pegasus world cup

‘Don’t See Why We Can’t Beat Him Again’: Guerrero Confident Spun To Run Can Defeat Omaha Beach

Trainer Juan Carlos Guerrero is enjoying the lead-up to the Pegasus World Cup with contender Spun to Run, he told drf.com, even though Omaha Beach, who Spun to Run defeated in the Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile, is getting the majority of the media coverage. “Sometimes the less attention the better,” Guerrero told drf.com. “We don’t mind […]

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Bodexpress, Tenfold, Midcourt Added To List Of Pegasus World Cup Invitees

Graded-stakes winners Tenfold and Midcourt and Grade 1-placed Bodexpress, a popular local favorite, were added Sunday to the formal list of horses invited to the $3 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational (G1) Saturday, Jan. 25 at Gulfstream Park. The 1 1/8-mile Pegasus for 4-year-olds and up on the main track is part of the Pegasus […]

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Gift Box May Skip World Cups, Stay Home For Santa Anita Handicap

Gift Box, who worked four furlongs Friday in 49.20, “might stay here” for the Grade I, $600,000 Santa Anita Handicap on March 7, trainer John Sadler said Saturday morning. The 6-year-old gray son of Twirling Candy won the Big ‘Cap by a nose last April but also has been listed as under consideration for the […]

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‘Really Remarkable’ Seeking The Soul Preparing For Pegasus World Cup

In what was his fourth local breeze since finishing sixth in the Clark at Churchill Downs on November 29, Charles Fipke’s 7-year-old homebred Seeking the Soul stopped the timer in 1:12.60 for six furlongs over a fast track Friday morning at Fair Grounds. He continues preparation for a run in the Pegasus World Cup (G1) […]

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Omaha Beach Returns To The Track, ‘Looking Good’ For Pegasus

Fox Hill Farms Inc.’s Omaha Beach galloped at Gulfstream Park Friday morning in preparation for his highly anticipated career finale in the $3 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational (G1) Jan. 25. “He galloped about a mile and a half this morning and looked good,” trainer Richard Mandella said. Omaha Beach’s training for the Pegasus had […]

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Report: Porter Has A Bit Of Seller’s Remorse With Omaha Beach

As Omaha Beach ticks down the last days of his racing career before he goes to stud at Spendthrift Farm, many racing fans have bemoaned his hasty exit, which seems to be coming just as the colt began running his best. Fox Hill Farm owner Rick Porter told Horse Racing Nation this week that he […]

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Grammy Winners Nelly, T-Pain Headline Pegasus World Cup Entertainment

The 2020 Pegasus World Cup Championship Invitational Series presented by Runhappy announced today that Grammy Award-Winning artists Nelly and T-Pain along with DJ Cassidy and Martin 2 Smoove will perform on January 25 at the highly anticipated return of the trackside club known as the Pegasus LIV Stretch Village, a collaboration between David Grutman’s Groot Hospitality and the Pegasus World Cup. Tickets to the Pegasus LIV Stretch Village will feature race day entertainment, celebrities & VIP hospitality […]

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Omaha Beach’s Gulfstream Work Pushed Back As He Battles A ‘Hot Foot’

Omaha Beach’s first work at Gulfstream Park in preparation for the Grade 1 Pegasus World Cup later this month has been postponed, according to a report from Daily Racing Form’s Jay Privman. Trainer Richard Mandella said the colt is battling a “hot foot,” and the horse has had his shoe removed to give it a […]

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Donegal Racing: Arklow To Start In Pegasus World Cup Turf, Dubai Sheema Classic

Millionaire Arklow, winner of New York’s Grade 1 Joe Hirsch Turf Classic and one of America’s top turf horses, is on target to make his next two starts in the $1 million Pegasus World Cup Turf at Gulfstream Park and the $6 million Longines Dubai Sheema Classic, Donegal Racing founder Jerry Crawford announced. Luis Saez […]

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O’Brien Selects Pegasus Turf For ‘Very Consistent’ Magic Wand

Coolmore’s Magic Wand was invited to both the Pegasus World Cup and the Pegasus Turf by The Stronach Group, but trainer Aidan O’Brien told racingpost.com that the 5-year-old mare will target the $1 million turf race rather than the $3 million dirt contest. The daughter of Galileo ran second in last year’s edition of the Pegasus […]

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