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Breeders’ Cup Notes: BC Classic

PRESS RELEASEAn update on the runners in the Breeders’ Cup Classic, November 6th, post time 6:45 PM ET: Zenyatta The defending Breeders’ Cup Classic champion jogged on the training track at Hollywood Park at 9:00 PT Monday morning with exercise rider Steve Willard aboard ahead of her trip Tuesday morning aboard the Tex Sutton Forwarding […]

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American Graded Stakes Standings brought to you by Keeneland: Sometimes Numbers Don’t Tell the Whole Story

Sometimes numbers don’t tell the whole story. Take the case of Hall of Fame trainer Nick Zito, who with Morning Line’s game victory in the $1-million Pennsylvania Derby last Saturday was winning just his third American Graded Stakes of the year. There’s still three months to go in 2010, but so far it’s been a […]

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Weekend Stakes: Where to Watch brought to you by West Point Thoroughbreds

The name may be different but the race remains the same—Parx Racing at Philadelphia Park will present the $1 million Grade 2 Pennsylvania Derby on Saturday. A contentious field of seven will line up for the nine-furlong dirt test, led by First Dude,  who has been seen in many of the major spring and summer […]

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Destination Louisville brought to you by Vinery LTD: A Mile Not to Be Missed

The Breeders’ Cup Mile has brought forth some spectacular performances and left so many lasting memories since the year-end championships were first held in 1984. We’ve witnessed the saddle mastery of Yves Saint-Martin aboard Last Tycoon in 1986, the dominance of the great Miesque in her back-to-back wins in 1987-88, the power and sheer speed […]

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First Dude favored over Exhi and A Little Warm in Pennsylvania Derby

Perhaps the most consistent three-year-old of 2010, First Dude leads a field of seven heading into Saturday’s $1 million Grade II Pennsylvania Derby. The field includes Exhi, Severe Weather, Afleet Again, A Little Warm, Morning Line and Friend or Foe. require_once(ABSPATH. ‘/wp-content/blogad.php’); ?> Read more at The Philadelphia Inquirer

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