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Attendance, Handle Increase At Keeneland Fall Meeting

Bolstered by strong community support and highlighted by championship-caliber racing, idyllic fall weather and special events aimed at benefiting the Central Kentucky region, Keeneland closed its 2019 Fall Meet today with significant increases in on-track attendance and record all-sources wagering. “We remain humbled by the depth of support from our fans, our horsemen and our […]

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Keeneland To Host Job Fair For 2,000 Seasonal Workers

Keeneland is preparing for its 2019 Fall Meet, to be held Oct. 4-26, by conducting a Hiring Center and Job Fair in September to recruit more than 2,000 seasonal workers. Staffing offers a variety of opportunities, including Keeneland Hospitality’s food and beverage services, Parking and Security, The Keeneland Shop, Admissions, Programs, Track Maintenance and Guest […]

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Golden Gate Fields Reports 19 Percent Handle Increase During Fall Meet

Golden Gate Fields concluded its 2018 Fall Meet in strong fashion this past Sunday, Dec. 9, as the track posted a robust 19 percent year to year gain in all sources pari-mutuel handle over the course of 30 racing days. The positive increase mirrors results in all sources handle achieved at this year’s Summer and […]

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Del Mar’s Fifth Fall Meeting Begins Friday, Nov. 9

With a growing reputation that puts it at the forefront of the nation’s year-end race meets, Del Mar will present the fifth edition of its fall racing season starting this Friday for a four-week, 16-day run that will bring classy Thoroughbreds back to the seaside oval through Sunday, December 2. Either eight- or nine-race programs […]

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Keeneland Fall Meet Leaders: Ramseys Earn 21st Title, Gaffalione Tops Tough Colony

The race for Keeneland’s Fall Meet leading owner, trainer and jockey honors went down to closing day. Ken and Sarah Ramsey won their 21st leading owner title at Keeneland with six wins during the Fall Meet. Eclipse Award winners, the Ramseys are the all-time leading owners at Keeneland by number of races won and meet […]

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Record Wagering Reported For Keeneland’s 2018 Fall Meet

Keeneland successfully concluded its 2018 Fall Meet on Saturday with Fall Meet record all-sources wagering of more than $144 million, driven by Fall Meet records for single-day all-sources, Pick Four and Pick Five handle. All-sources wagering on live racing at Keeneland (not including whole-card simulcasting at Keeneland) totaled $144,309,944 for the 17-day Fall Meet, held […]

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‘What A Thrill’: Keeneland’s Owner’s Experience Tour Sells Out During Fall Meet

The debut of Keeneland’s innovative Owner’s Experience Tour during the 2018 Fall Meet was an overwhelming success. All 16 sessions of the 90-minute experience with a 10-person limit were sold out. Guests came from 20 states and Australia. For the first race on selected days, a Keeneland tour guide accompanied each group into the Saddling […]

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Lanerie Clinches 15th Leading Rider Title At Churchill Downs

Heading into the final day of racing of the 21-day Fall Meet, perennial top rider Corey Lanerie has clinched his 15th leading rider crown at Churchill Downs in the last. Lanerie, 43, entered Sunday with 35 victories through 20 days of racing in the Fall Meet – a 17-win cushion over second-place Ricardo Santana Jr. This is Lanerie’s 15th leading rider title in […]

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‘Stay Hungry’: Santana Gunning For Perennial Leading Rider Lanerie At Churchill

Following a three-win Saturday at Churchill Downs, jockey Ricardo Santana Jr. is starting to close the gap on top-rider Corey Lanerie in the Fall Meet jockey standings, trailing 19 wins to 10 through the 11 days of the 21-day meet. “I just have to stay hungry,” Santana said. “I keep working hard to chase Corey […]

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NYRA Reveals Aqueduct Fall Stakes Schedule

The New York Racing Association has unveiled the stakes schedule for Aqueduct Racetrack’s Fall meet, which commences on October 29 and ends on December 31. In total, more than $4 million in purses will be distributed across 24 stakes races. The meet will again be anchored by the Grade 1, $500,000 Cigar Mile Handicap on […]

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