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Churchill: Updated Leaderboard for KY Derby, Oaks

Following a major day in racing that included two prep races for both the Kentucky Derby and the Kentucky Oaks, Churchill Downs released an updated leaderboard on Saturday, Nov. 30. Beginning in 2013, the fillies and colts with the greatest amount of points will earn a spot in their respective races next May. Saturday’s prep […]

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Pool 1 of KY Derby Future Wager Closes with Mutuel Field at 4-5

In its 16th year, the Kentucky Derby Future Wager closed its Pool 1 wagering on Saturday. Total handle for the futures pool was the fifth-lowest for Pool 1 since the wager was first introduced in 1999. This year marks the earliest futures pool for the Kentucky Derby, which has traditionally not been opened until February, partly […]

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Gritty Honor Code Battles Back to Win Remsen Stakes

Heavily-favored Honor Code fought back nearing the wire to nip Cairo Prince by a nose to win the $400,000 G2 Remsen Stakes at Aqueduct Nov. 30. Honor Code, a 2-year-old son of A.P. Indy, notched his first graded stakes victory in the Remsen, and now sports a record of two wins in three career starts. […]

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Shug on Honor Code: ‘We Want to Have a Nice 3-Year-Old’

In his electrifying debut victory after falling 22 lengths back and his loss by a diminishing neck Oct. 5 in the Grade 1 Foxwoods Champagne, Honor Code stamped himself one of the most buzz-worthy 2-year-old runners in the country. Yet when it came to the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, Hall of Fame trainer Shug McGaughey didn’t […]

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McGaughey: Point of Entry Could Go to BC, Orb and Honor Code Likely Won’t

Foxwoods Champagne runner-up Honor Code could see action again this year but most likely it will be at Aqueduct Racetrack, not Santa Anita Park, Hall of Fame trainer Shug McGaughey said Sunday morning. “I’ll watch him and see,” he said of the 2-year-old A. P. Indy colt, who is owned by Lane’s End Racing and […]

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Strong Mandate Takes on Honor Code, Havana in Champagne Stakes

With four victories in the past nine editions of the Grade 1, $500,000 Foxwoods Champagne, including two of the last three, trainer Todd Pletcher has been a dominant force in the most prestigious race for 2-year-olds at Belmont Park. In Saturday’s one-mile race, however, Pletcher will be confronted by a trio of Hall of Fame […]

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