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Bravazo, My Boy Jack Make First Appearance On Top 3-Year-Old Poll

Week four of the National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA) Top 3-Year-Old Poll shows some slight movement on the bottom ranks of the top-ten after the running of G3 Southwest Stakes at Oaklawn Park and the Risen Star Stakes at the Fair Grounds. The Risen Star (G2) kicked off the 16-race “Championship Series,” worth 50-20-10-5 to the Top 4 […]

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Kentucky Derby 2018: Los Diez Primeros En La Tabla De Clasificación, 13 De Febrero

En esta entrega, primera de varias acerca de la clasificación para el Kentucky Derby (G1) de 2018, vamos a informar acerca de las más recientes noticias concernientes a los diez primeros tresañeros por puntaje alcanzado a la fecha de publicación. GOOD MAGIC (24): El Campeón Dosañero de 2017 ya tiene dos trabajos de mil metros, […]

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Good Magic Leads Top 3-Year-Old Poll; Flameaway Jumps On The Leaderboard

Week three of the National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA) Top 3-Year-Old Poll shows slight movement and a new face in the top-ten after the running of the Grade 3 Sam F. Davis Stakes down at Tampa Bay Downs in Florida this past Saturday. The Sam F. Davis is a designated Kentucky Derby prep race worth 10-qualifying points to […]

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‘All Others’ 5-2, Bolt D’Oro And Good Magic 8-1 In Second Kentucky Derby Future Wager

With the Kentucky Derby 12 weeks away, the pari-mutuel field of “All Other 3-Year-Olds” closed as the 5-2 favorite in Pool 2 of the Kentucky Derby Future Wager (KDFW) while Champion 2-Year-Old Male and Sentient Jet Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (Grade I) winner Good Magic and multiple Grade I winner Bolt d’Oro were the co-second betting choices at odds of 8-1. […]

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Baffert Taking His Time With Sham Winner McKinzie

McKinzie, who stamped himself as a leading Kentucky Derby contender based on his authoritative 3 ½-length victory in the Grade III Sham Stakes at one mile on Jan. 6, worked four furlongs in 49.40 at 7:55 on a picturesque Saturday morning under jockey Drayden Van Dyke at Santa Anita. Going in company with Downtowner, McKinzie was outside his workmate […]

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Solomini’s Sophomore Debut Delayed After Spiking Temperature

Breeders’ Cup Juvenile runner-up Solomini, who was most recently disqualified from victory in the G1 Los Alamitos Futurity in December, has had his 3-year-old debut delayed slightly after spiking a temperature over the weekend. The Daily Racing Form reports that the son of Curlin was being pointed to the G3 Robert Lewis Stakes Feb. 3. “He was […]

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Cambio De Planes Con Bolt D’Oro, Ahora Apunta Al San Felipe S. En Lugar Del San Vicente S.

El tresañero Bolt d’Oro sigue en la ruta hacia el Kentucky Derby (G1). El camino planteado, sin embargo, no será el mismo. Mick Ruis, coporpietario y entrenador del vistoso hijo de Medaglia d’Oro, anunció un cambio de planes con el valioso ejemplar luego de que se recuperó de un leve problema muscular que le hizo […]

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Undefeated McKinzie Professional For In-Hand Sham Victory

Racing without blinkers, Karl Watson, Mike Pegram, and Paul Weitman’s McKinzie was the consummate professional in Saturday’s Grade 3 Sham Stakes at Santa Anita. The 3-year-old son of Street Sense sat off the pace under Mike Smith, then drew even with the frontrunner All Out Blitz at the head of the lane. McKinzie, named for […]

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Baffert: ‘Getting Excited This Time Of The Year About Our Young Horses’

After American Pharoah and Arrogate, what will Bob Baffert pull out of his hat for the 2018 season? “I’m coming off two remarkable, ridiculous years,” the Hall of Fame trainer told the Pasadena Star-News. “It’s going to be tough because (this year) I made over $26 million. I never dreamed of that. One horse (Arrogate) […]

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McKinzie On Top In CashCall Futurity After Disqualification Of Solomini

Bob Baffert’s trainees crossed the wire just three-quarters of a length apart in first and second in Saturday’s Grade 1 CashCall Futurity, but stewards at Los Alamitos eventually decided to disqualify Solomini from first to third for interference in the stretch. Solomini, on the outside of a three-way battle in the stretch, was ruled to […]

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