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Lukas Trainee Will Be ‘Sporting’ New Equipment In Monday’s Southwest

Grade 1 winner Sporting Chance will have a slightly different look when he makes his 3-year-old debut in the $500,000 Southwest Stakes (G3) for 3-year-olds Monday at Oaklawn. Sporting Chance has been training in a small shadow roll, a piece of equipment normally made of sheepskin and attached to the noseband of the bridle. Shadow rolls are […]

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Castellano Pasa A Ser El Tercer Jinete Mayor Productor De Dinero En La Historia Hípica Norteamericana

El venezolano Javier Castellano se convirtió en el tercer jinete con mayor dinero producido en la historia hípica norteamericana al desplazar al legendario Pat Day y ubicarse tan solo por debajo de dos luminarias de la fusta, John Velazquez y Mike Smith, ambos igualmente en plena actividad. A sus 40 años de edad, el nativo […]

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Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: ‘The Best Offices In The World’

The now-sophomore colt Strike Power made quite an impression when he debuted a few days before Christmas at Gulfstream Park. He stormed to the lead out of the gate and flew home to win the 5 ½-furlong maiden special weight event by eight lengths. Strike Power’s final time of 1:02.67 was awfully close to the […]

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Travers, Whitney Days Headline 2018 Saratoga Meet

The 2018 meet at historic Saratoga Race Course will again be highlighted by the Grade 1, $1.2 million Whitney and the Grade 1, $1.25 million Travers, the centerpieces of two of the biggest days in North American racing. The 40-day meet, which includes 69 stakes worth $18.8 million in purses, will run from Friday, July […]

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Frost Wise Looks To Build On 16 1/4-Length Win In Thursday’s Bay Ridge Stakes

George and Stephanie Autry’s Frost Wise looks to build on a career best 88 Beyer Speed Figure last out as the filly makes her stakes debut in the $100,000 Bay Ridge on Thursday at Aqueduct Racetrack. Originally slated for December 29, the 1 ⅛ mile route race for older New York-bred fillies and mares was […]

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Ortiz Brothers: From Cordero’s Garage To Racing’s Highest Echelon

They started by beating out the other applicants for entry into Puerto Rico’s Escuela Vocacional Hípica, then shared a bed in a New York apartment. Now, they are to taking turns leading the prestigious Saratoga race meet; the Ortiz brothers have taken the racing world by storm. The New Yorker chronicles that journey, which for each brother […]

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2018 NYRA Racing Calendar Offers 229 Days Of Live Thoroughbred Action

The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) has released its 2018 racing calendar, which calls for 229 days of live thoroughbred action at Aqueduct Racetrack, Belmont Park, and Saratoga Race Course. Once again, the 40-day summer meet at historic Saratoga Race Course will serve as the anchor for a spectacular year of racing. The meet, […]

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Alfred G. Vanderbilt Winner El Deal Retired From Racing

Owners Al and Michelle Crawford announced today that El Deal, winner of this year’s Grade 1 Alfred G. Vanderbilt Stakes at Saratoga and runner-up in the Grade 1 Vosburgh Stakes at Belmont in his final start, has been retired from racing. El Deal is a five-year-old son of the Speightstown stallion Munnings, out of the […]

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BC Juvenile Turf: Snapper Sinclair Working ‘Brilliantly’ In Hopes Of Making Field

Bloom Racing’s 2-year-old colt Snapper Sinclair hadn’t even cooled out after capturing Kentucky Downs’ $350,000 Fasig-Tipton Turf Showcase Juvenile when the plans were made to send him to Friday’s $1 million Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf at Del Mar. Trainer Steve Asmussen said at Kentucky Downs that Snapper Sinclair would not have another race in between, […]

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Claim To Breeders’ Cup: 8-Year-Old Hogy ‘Deserves A Chance’ In Turf Sprint

Owner Michael Hui dropped $80,000 to claim the 8-year-old Hogy three starts back at Saratoga, and the gelding has been rewarding him thus far. After repairing a slight breathing issue, Hogy went out and captured the $400,000 Kentucky Downs Turf Sprint Stakes on Sept. 9, then ran second in the Grade 2 Woodford at Keeneland […]

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