Bold Ruler

Former Claimer Vasilika Takes On Six Fillies And Mares In Gamely

One of the most productive claims in racing history, Jerry Hollendorfer’s Vasilika heads a field of seven fillies and mares three and up in Monday’s Grade I, $500,000 Gamely Stakes at Santa Anita. Named for William Haggin Perry’s Hall of Fame daughter of Bold Ruler, the Gamely will be contested at a mile and one […]

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Coal Front Gets Back On Track With Mr. Prospector Victory

Making his second start off a 13-month layoff, Robert LaPenta and Head of Plains Partners’ Coal Front captured his third graded-stakes victory Saturday at Gulfstream Park while registering a 3 ¾-length triumph in the $100,000 Mr. Prospector. Trained by Todd Pletcher, the 4-year-old son of Stay Thirsty was the beneficiary of a perfect trip under […]

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No Dozing Leaves No Doubt In Bold Ruler

Lael Stables’ No Dozing notched his first graded stakes win, staying close to the early pace, taking command before the turn and clearing away for an emphatic 9 ¾-length win in the Grade 3, $200,000 Bold Ruler Handicap for 3-year-olds and up on Friday, Opening Day, at Aqueduct Racetrack. The 43rd running of the Bold […]

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Aqueduct’s Winter Meet Kicks Off Friday With Tempted, Re-Scheduled Bold Ruler

The 2018 fall meet at Aqueduct Racetrack bursts from the gate on Friday at The Big A with an opening weekend highlighted by four graded stakes, as well as the simulcast of the Breeders’ Cup World Championships from Churchill Downs. Racing fans can watch and wager on the Breeders’ Cup on Friday, November 2 and […]

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Bloodlines: Magic Elements Of Stride And Power In Curlin Offspring

Everything’s coming up Curlin. On July 28, the stallion’s son Tenfold won the Grade 2 Jim Dandy Stakes at Saratoga, with the Curlin colt Vino Rosso a flying third in the nine-furlong race, and the next day, last year’s champion 2-year-old colt Good Magic, also by Curlin, won the G1 Haskell by three lengths as […]

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Across The Board With Andy Serling: Bruce Johnstone

Bruce Johnstone, Manager of Racing Operations for the New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA), is this week’s guest on Across the Board with Andy Serling, now available for download. Johnstone joined Serling Friday morning, February 2 at Aqueduct Racetrack to discuss his career in the industry, spanning both the front and backside of the racetrack. Born […]

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Across The Board With Andy Serling: Long-Time Assistant Clerk Of Scales Eddie Brown

Veteran racetracker Eddie Brown, currently assistant to the clerk of scales for the New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA), is this week’s guest on Across the Board with Andy Serling, now available for download. Brown joined Serling on the morning of January 20 at Aqueduct Racetrack to talk about his more than six decades of working […]

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Graded Stakes Trio Headlines Carryover Of $17,198 In Saturday’s Pick 6 At Belmont Park

Three Grade 3 stakes will be a part of a Pick 6 sequence on Saturday at Belmont Park, which will have a carryover of $17,198. The multi-race wager will start in Race 5, with an approximate post time of 2:37 p.m., and will include the 40th running of the Grade 3, $200,000 Athenia in Race 7, the 23rd […]

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Change One Constant In Storied History Of NYRA’s Jerome

A cold, early January afternoon is hardly the place anyone might expect to find a race with the second-oldest history in New York racing. Yet for the Jerome Stakes, change has been a way of life. First contested in the post-Civil War days of 1866, the Jerome has enjoyed numerous incarnations at a variety of locales. […]

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Bloodlines: Classic Winners In American Pharoah’s Family

There are at least eight classic winners in the first five generations of the pedigree of American Pharoah, who won the Kentucky Derby two weeks ago and added the Preakness Stakes on Saturday to his nearly unbeaten record. The scopy bay colt has won all the important races he has contested, missing the winner’s circle […]

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