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Castellano Takes A Graded Stakes Double En Route To Jockey Of The Week

Jockey Javier Castellano won a pair of grade 3 races on Saturday at Gulfstream Park and led all riders in stakes earnings on his way to being named the Jockeys’ Guild Jockey of the Week for January 4th – January 10th. The award is voted on by a panel of experts for riding accomplishments by […]

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Mshawish Handles Dirt In Game Hal’s Hope Victory

A Grade I winner on the Turf and recently fourth in the Breeders’ Cup Mile behind Tepin, Mshawish proved he can transfer that form to the dirt on Saturday in the Grade III Hal’s Hope Stakes. The $150,000 one-turn mile at Gulfstream Park was the first step on Mshawish’s 2016 campaign toward another start in […]

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BC Mile Notes: Casse ‘On Pins And Needles’

Grand Arch – Trainer Brian Lynch sent Grand Arch, winner of Keeneland’s Turf Mile on Oct. 3, to the all-weather 5f training track on Thursday where he jogged once around and galloped twice around. “He looked like he galloped with good energy,” trainer Brian Lynch said. “Hopefully we will get back on the main track […]

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Pletcher Has ‘Good Morning’ With BC Workers At Keeneland

Trainer Todd Pletcher on Saturday worked five candidates for the Breeders’ Cup: Dame Dorothy (Filly & Mare Sprint-G1), Mshawish (Mile-G1), Red Rifle (Turf-G1), Stopchargingmaria (Distaff-G1) and Sweet Whiskey (Filly & Mare Sprint-G1). Working separately around 6:30 a.m., Dame Dorothy, Red Rifle and Sweet Whiskey each breezed four furlongs in their first timed moves over the […]

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Busy Sunday Morning Of Breeders’ Cup Works At Keeneland

A number of candidates for the Breeders’ Cup World Championships here on Oct. 30-31 and remaining Keeneland Fall Meet stakes worked on the fast track or on firm turf Sunday: Trainer Todd Pletcher worked two horses owned by Al Shaqab Racing, Mshawish and Osaila (IRE), a half-mile on the turf. A possible contender for the […]

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Ironicus, Seek Again Square Off In G2 Fourstardave

A week after taking down one of the meet’s biggest prizes, Hall of Fame trainer Shug McGaughey will attempt to win one of the most important turf races of the meet – the Grade 2, $500,000 Fourstardave – with Ironicus on Saturday at Saratoga Race Course. Last Saturday, McGaughey picked up his third Grade 1 […]

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Solow Scores Impressive Dubai Turf Win

Wertheimer et Frere’s homebred Solow pulled away to win by open lengths over The Grey Gatsby in Saturday’s Group 1, $6 million Dubai Turf at Meydan Racecourse. In contrast to The Grey Gatsby, who grew very warm before the race and had to be blindfolded in order to be loaded into the starting gate, Solow […]

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Dubai Turf Notes, March 26: Mshawish Bothered By ‘Minor Foot Bruise’

The following horses worked/galloped at Meydan March 26 in preparation for the $6 Million Group 1 Dubai Turf this Saturday: Cladocera (GER) – Cantered once around the main track at Meydan and her trainer Alain de Royer Dupre was a bit at a loss as to what to make of her. He explained: “It’s difficult […]

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Probable Fields For Dubai World Cup Night Released

Probable fields for the eight Thoroughbred races on Dubai World Cup night March 28 were announced March 18 by the Dubai Racing Club, according to The Blood-Horse. American contenders on the card at Meydan Racecourse include California Chrome and Lea in the $10 million Dubai World Cup, Main Sequence in the $6 million Dubai Sheema […]

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Keeneland Presents American Graded Stakes Standings: Al Shaqab Making A Splash

The graded stakes action has finally begun to heat up as we head further into February, and so far there have been 35 graded stakes held. Although the season is still young, there have already been some noteworthy achievements on the American Graded Stakes Standings. A relative newcomer to the sport – especially on this […]

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