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Wellabled Scores By Seven Lengths In Turfway’s Forego

Wellabled was fifth out of the gate but surged quickly between horses to set all the pace in the 34th running of the $50,000 black type Forego Stakes at Turfway Park Friday, Jan. 19. The 4-year-old son of Shackleford drew away unchallenged to win by seven lengths over the stalking Lanier, while Crewman, last year’s […]

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Quezon Cruises To Victory In First Running Of La Verdad

Marc Keller’s Quezon stayed comfortably off the pace before handily gaining the lead in the stretch to cruise to a 4 1/4-length win in the first running of the $100,000 La Verdad for New York-bred filly and mare sprinters in Friday’s featured race at Aqueduct Racetrack. Off as the 3-5 favorite, Quezon stayed in fifth […]

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Champagne Room: Hairline Fracture Of Coffin Bone May Be Career-Ending

Champion juvenile filly of 2016, Champagne Room recently suffered a hairline fracture to the coffin bone in her foot. According to bloodhorse.com, trainer Peter Eurton said that the injury could be the end of the 4-year-old filly’s racing career. “It’s nothing life threatening. She’s just going to need some time off,” the trainer said. “There are […]

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Undefeated Amy’s Challenge Heavily Favored In Oaklawn’s Dixie Belle

Unbeaten Amy’s Challenge is the 3-2 program favorite for the $125,000 Dixie Belle Stakes for 3-year-old fillies Saturday at Oaklawn. Probable post time for the 6-furlong Dixie Belle, the eighth of nine races, is 4:38 p.m. (Central). Gates open Saturday at 11 a.m., with first post 1:05 p.m. Amy’s Challenge, who races for Novogratz Racing Stables Inc. (Joseph Novogratz) and trainer Mac Robertson, […]

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16 Stakes Worth Record $4.4 Million On Tap For Keeneland’s 2018 Spring Meet

Keeneland today announced its 2018 Spring Meet will offer 16 stakes worth a season record $4.4 million in purse money. Headlining the meet, to be held April 6-27, are the $1 million Toyota Blue Grass (G2) and $500,000 Central Bank Ashland (G1), both nationally prominent classic preps, and enhanced status for the $200,000 Appalachian (G2) […]

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Global Sprint Challenge Series Suspended Amid Hong Kong – Australia Quarantine Dispute

The Global Sprint Challenge, which links a series of Group 1 races across Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, the U.A.E. and Britain, has been suspended this year due to the continued dispute over quarantine restrictions between Australia and Hong Kong. According to a report in the Racing Post, the Australian government and the Hong Kong Jockey Club have […]

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‘Resurgent’ X Y Jet Headlines Sunshine Millions Sprint

The next stop on X Y Jet’s comeback trail is scheduled for Saturday at Gulfstream Park, where the resurgent 6-year-old gelding is entered to run in the $100,000 Sunshine Millions Sprint, one of four stakes for Florida-breds on the card. X Y Jet, one of the world’s elite sprinters in 2016 before going to the […]

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Delaware Park Set For 81 Days Of Live Racing In 2018

The upcoming 81st season of live racing at Delaware Park will feature 81 days with the meet starting on May 30th and concluding on October 20th. The 2018 dates were approved by the Delaware Thoroughbred Racing Commission today. Live racing will be conducted on Saturdays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. In the final week of the […]

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Kitasan Black Repeats As Japan’s Horse Of The Year

Kitasan Black drew 287 out of 290 votes to win The Japan Racing Association’s (JRA) Horse of the Year award again with another outstanding season that included victories in the Osaka Hai, the Tenno Sho (Spring), the Tenno Sho (Autumn) and the Arima Kinen. He becomes the ninth horse in JRA history, the first since […]

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‘Comeback Kid’ Candy Boy Preparing For A Third Try In Dubai World Cup

The proverbial ‘comeback kid,’ 7-year-old Candy Boy has had a bittersweet career. Racing sparingly over the last few years, the son of Candy Ride has shown his immense talent against the very best since he began his career in 2013. After yet another setback and being eased because of injury in his last race (December […]

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