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Texas Chrome Becomes Second Texas-Bred Millionaire With Assault Stakes Win

Danny Keene’s Texas Chrome became just the second Texas-bred horse to push past the million-dollar mark in earnings on Saturday night, closing with a determined rush to win Lone Star Park’s $50,000 Assault Stakes by 1 1/4 lengths. The other Texas-bred to eclipse seven figures was champion Groovy, who retired with earnings of $1.3 million. “I’m […]

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Firenze Fire Hangs On Late In Sanford

Mr Amore Stables’ Firenze Fire held off the challenge of favored Free Drop Billy to win Saturday’s G3 Sanford Stakes by a length. The juvenile son of Poseidon’s Warrior, ridden by Irad Ortiz, Jr., covered six furlongs over Saratoga’s fast main track in 1:11.50. Trained by Jason Servis, Firenze Fire has now won both of […]

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‘Unbelievable’: Racehorse Hit By Patron-Operated Drone In Killarney Paddock

A “reckless” incident on Tuesday at Ireland’s Killarney Racecourse could have resulted in serious injury, officials told racingpost.com. A tourist was operating a drone, flying it over the paddock during the races, and attempting to land it on the back of Keith Watson-trained runner St Killenagh. Watson ended up being kicked by one of the horse’s […]

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Racing NSW Purchases 2,600 Acres For Retraining Of Off-Track Thoroughbreds

Racing NSW has purchased a 2,600 acre property at Capertee to be used for the rehabilitation, retraining and rehoming of thoroughbreds after their racing careers. The Capertee property is located 40 minutes north of Lithgow and includes state of the art equestrian facilities that will provide the ideal environment for thoroughbred horses to be retrained […]

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Hence ‘In Great Shape’ After Iowa Derby Victory, Headed To Haskell

Hence will go for back-to-back graded stakes wins and look to give trainer Steve Asmussen his second victory in the Grade 1, $1 million betfair.com Haskell Invitational on July 30, the 50th renewal of Monmouth Park’s marquee event. The 3-year-old colt by Street Boss sat last along the backstretch before storming home on the outside […]

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Opening Day At Saratoga Sees 14 Percent Handle Increase

Opening Day of the 2017 season at Saratoga Race Course saw all-sources handle of $20,332,051, a 14.47 percent increase over the 2016 opening day total. The day of racing was highlighted by a stunning performance by Hoolie Racing Stable’s Dream It Is. The 2-year-old filly romped to an impressive nine-length victory in the Grade 3, […]

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Proctor’s Ledge Makes The Grade In Lake George

Patricia Moseley’s homebred Proctor’s Ledge earned her first graded stakes victory in Friday’s G3 Lake George at Saratoga, rallying from fifth in the early going to score by 1 3/4 lengths on the wire. A sophomore daughter of Ghostzapper, Proctor’s Ledge and Javier Castellano completed 1 1/16 miles over the firm turf in 1:41.47 for trainer […]

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Miami Dog Track Has Permission To End Greyhound Racing But Keep Slots, Card Games

For the first time in history, Florida gambling regulators have approved a request by the Magic City Casino, a greyhound racecourse in Miami, to do away with dog racing while still maintaining its slot machines and card games, according to the Sun Sentinel. In the past, the legal push for decoupling has been unsuccessful in allowing these […]

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NYRA Bets Presents Weekend Play At Saratoga: Saturday’s Late Pick 5

The Paulick Report in conjunction with NYRA Bets is pleased to introduce a new weekly feature, NYRA Bets Presents Weekend Play At Saratoga. Each week, one of our editors will focus on a single wager – whether it’s win, place or show, exacta, trifecta or multi-race bet like the NYRA Bets Late Pick 5, which […]

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Zenyatta Confirmed In Foal To Into Mischief For 2018

Champion Zenyatta has been confirmed in foal to Into Mischief for the 2018 breeding season. The Daily Racing Form reports that the 13-year-old mare, who delivered a Medaglia d’Oro filly May 9, was covered on June 3. “Dottie [Ingordo, racing manager for owners Jerry and Ann Moss] picked the horse, and it seems like he’s become pretty […]

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