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Always Dreaming Arrives In South Florida For Return To Training

Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming has not run since finishing ninth in the Travers in August, but the soon-to-be 4-year-old colt is taking the first step toward a return to the races. The son of Bodemeister recently returned to the barn of trainer Todd Pletcher, and according to drf.com, Always Dreaming had his first gallop at […]

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‘Rebuilding’ Pletcher Seeks His 15th Consecutive Title In Gulfstream’s Championship Meet

From his first career winner in 1996 to his 4,000th twenty winters later, Gulfstream Park has been very good to Todd Pletcher. He has won its signature race – the $1 million Florida Derby (G1) – four times, more than any single trainer, and it is where he stepped on stage to claim the last two […]

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Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: The Colors That Make A Good Horse

At age 63, Mike Ryan might be having his best year yet. The bloodstock agent not only co-bred the 2017 Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming with 30-year business partner Gerry Dilger, but he also picked out the Preakness winner Cloud Computing from the Keeneland September Yearling Sale. At the Breeders’ Cup this fall, Ryan’s yearling […]

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New LED Video Display, On-Site Wagering App Await Fans At Tampa Bay Downs

After a season in which it hosted the winners of two Triple Crown races and a Breeders’ Cup race, Tampa Bay Downs is set to resume its 2017-2018 racing season with Saturday’s “Opening Day” card. Post time for the first of 10 races is 12:25 p.m. The feature is the 10th race, the $26,500 Lightning City Prep at 5 furlongs […]

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RMTC Auctioning Famous Racehorse Halters To Raise Funds For ‘Tactical Research’

Between November 24 and December 1, the Racing Medication and Testing Consortium (RMTC), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, will auction off halters of famous racing and stallion stars on its eBay page. All proceeds from the auction will go toward the RMTC’s four-year grant program beginning in 2018 to encourage tactical research into the detection and identification of […]

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Lost And Found Presented by Horseware: Class Of 2017

As the dust clears from the 2017 Breeders’ Cup and the racing world’s attention shifts to the 2017 Eclipse Awards, a lot of people are looking at the 3-year-old male category somewhat wistfully. For a couple of seasons, we were spoiled by Triple Crown trail stars like California Chrome and American Pharoah, but not every […]

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#GivingTuesday Challenge: WinStar Offers Fans Chance To Meet Derby Winner Always Dreaming

Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation and WinStar Farm announced today that WinStar will be the official sponsor of The WinStar-Grayson #GivingTuesday Challenge, to be held on Tuesday, November 28, 2017. As part of this sponsorship, WinStar will offer 100 tickets to WinStar Fan Appreciation Day for the public to meet Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming, leading […]

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Eclipse Awards: Breeders’ Cup Upsets Leave Several Questions Unanswered

Gun Runner’s emphatic Breeders’ Cup Classic victory leaves little doubt about the 2017 Horse of the Year title. Arrogate put together an impressive string of victories this season with the Pegasus and Dubai World Cups, but his failure to return to form at Del Mar likely gives Gun Runner the upper hand with the majority […]

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Always Dreaming Se Recupera De Ulceras Gástricas, Regresa A La Acción Como Cuatroañero En 2018

Always Dreaming, ganador del Kentucky Derby (G1) y del Florida Derby (G1) de esta temporada, regresará a entrenamiento en Noviembre con miras a su campaña como cuatroañero en 2018, según se anunció este lunes 16. Al tresañero perteneciente a la primera producción de Bodemeister se le detectaron úlceras estomacales luego del Travers Stakes, y fue […]

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Always Dreaming Recovering From Ulcers, Will Return To Racing In 2018

Always Dreaming, winner of this year’s Kentucky Derby (G1) and Florida Derby (G1), will return to training in November and be pointed for a 4-year-old racing campaign in 2018, it was announced Monday. The 3-year-old colt from the first crop of Bodemeister was found to have stomach ulcers after the Travers Stakes, and was recently cleared […]

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