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Classic Empire, Japan’s Epicharis Head Probables For Third Leg Of Triple Crown

With three weeks to go until the third leg of the Triple Crown, it appears that neither the Kentucky Derby nor the Preakness winner will be making an appearance in the Belmont Stakes for the first time since I’ll Have Another’s untimely retirement in 2012. According to the Daily Racing Form, neither colt has officially […]

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View From The Eighth Pole: Preakness Aftermath

It’s not supposed to be easy, this Triple Crown thing. Yes, there was plenty of disappointment to go around when Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming chucked it at the top of the stretch, but what a terrific horse race winner Cloud Computing and runner-up Classic Empire put on in this 142nd running of the Preakness […]

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Opinion: Cloud Computing’s Preakness Win ‘A Loss’ For Belmont And Horse Racing

The stretch battle in the G1 Preakness Stakes between Classic Empire and Cloud Computing was certainly an exciting one for those watching, whether you happened to be at Pimlico in person, or watching on television. After the horses crossed the finish line, however, a sense of disappointment crept in as the realization grew that there […]

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Pletcher On Always Dreaming: Sometimes You Just Don’t Know ‘Until The Quarter Pole’

A new day provided no new answers for trainer Todd Pletcher following Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming’s disappointing eighth-place finish in the Preakness that snapped his four-race win streak. After checking on his star colt shortly after 6 a.m. Sunday, Pletcher was pleased with the way Always Dreaming came out of the race. He was […]

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Cloud Computing ‘In Good Order’ Sunday; Several Preakness Contenders Thinking Belmont

Trainer Chad Brown and his crew welcomed Cloud Computing back to Belmont Park Sunday morning, some 15 hours after the colt’s dramatic victory in the 142nd Preakness Stakes (G1) at Pimlico Race Course. Cloud Computing, co-owned by Seth Klarman’s Klaravich Stables and William Lawrence, edged Classic Empire by a head. Brown, 38, won the Preakness […]

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First Ever Pick 5 Carryover Of $254,319 Announced For Sunday Card At Belmont

Sunday’s live racing program at Belmont Park will feature a $254,319 Pick 5 carryover, marking the first such occurrence at Belmont since the low-takeout wager was introduced in 2013. The carryover, worth more than a quarter of a million dollars, is just the second-ever at a New York Racing Association track. The first was on […]

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Belmont Park: Double Pick 6 Carryover Of $76,000 For Friday

The Pick 6 eluded bettors for the second consecutive day Thursday at Belmont Park, triggering a two-day carryover of $76,354 into Friday’s card. A consolation payout of $454.50 was awarded to bettors who had five of six winners. First post at Belmont Park is at 1:30 p.m. Gates open at 11:30 a.m. Wagering on the […]

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Kendrick Carmouche Recibirá El Premio Mike Venezia 2017

La New York Racing Association (NYRA) anunció que Kendrick Carmouche será galardonado con el Premio Mike Venezia Memorial Award, un prestigioso reconocimiento para jinetes de conducta ejemplar como deportistas y ciudadanos. El Premio Venezia le será entregado a Carmouche en el Memorial Day, 29 de Mayo, en una ceremonia posterior a la tercera carrera de Belmont […]

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La Reinvención De Ramón Domínguez

Nadie podía haber predicho lo que ocurrió en Aqueduct la tarde del 18 de enero de 2013. Alistándose para recibir al día siguiente su tercer Eclipse Award consecutivo como Mejor Jinete, Ramón Domínguez hacía lo que siempre hizo: tratar de ganar otra carrera, su número 4.986, para ser exactos. En la curva lejana, y aproximándose […]

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Kendrick Carmouche To Receive 2017 Mike Venezia Award

The New York Racing Association has announced Kendrick Carmouche as the 2017 recipient of the Mike Venezia Memorial Award, the prestigious honor awarded to jockeys who exemplify extraordinary sportsmanship and citizenship. The Venezia Award will be presented to Carmouche on Memorial Day, May 29, in a ceremony to follow the third race at Belmont Park. […]

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