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Significant Form Headlines Noble Damsel At Belmont Park

Set to make her first start since winning the Grade 2 Ballston Spa on Aug. 24 at Saratoga Race Course, Stephanie Seymour Brant’s Significant Form will look to capture her third graded stakes this year headlining a field of six in Saturday’s G3, $200,000 Nobel Damsel for fillies and mares 4-years-old and up on the […]

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Suffolk Downs Returns With 11-Race Cards This Saturday And Sunday

Live racing will return to Suffolk Downs with an eleven-race card in conjunction with the Belmont Stakes this Saturday and Sunday as the track hosts the second of three scheduled live racing and food truck festival weekends for the final season of horse racing at the historic property. The eleven race card features robust field […]

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Weekend Lineup: Memorial Day Bonanza

Monmouth Park kicks off its graded stakes program with a 13-race card to open the holiday weekend. On the opposite coast, Santa Anita Park has a trio of Grade 1 races slated for Memorial Day including the Shoemaker Mile, a Breeders’ Cup ‘Win and You’re In’ race for the Mile. Saturday May 25 2:12 p.m.—$125,000 […]

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Albuquerque Downs Record $3.6 Million Stakes Schedule Includes 16 Thoroughbred Races

Albuquerque Downs has released its track-record 34-race, $3.647-million stakes schedule for its 2019 Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse meet, which opens Friday, June 28. Of The Downs’ 34 stakes races, 16 will be for Thoroughbreds and 18 will be for Quarter Horses. The track’s Thoroughbred stakes will be worth an estimated $1.165 million, and its Quarter Horse […]

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Seek and Destroy Prevails In G3 Soaring Softly Stakes

Seek and Destroy displayed a new running style in her sophomore debut, coming from off the pace to win her first race on turf in the Grade 3, $100,000 Soaring Softly over the Widener course at Belmont Park on Saturday. In the early stages, Seek and Destroy was second-to-last in the eight-horse field under a […]

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En Rara Votación Unánime, Castellano Es Seleccionado Jinete De La Semana

En una rara votación unánime, el ganador del Preakness Stakes, Javier Castellano, se llevó los honores como Jinete de la Semana para el período del 15 al 22 de Mayo de 2017. La votación para este premio es llevada a cabo por un panel de expertos miembros del gremio de jinetes (Jockey’s Guild), organización que representa […]

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Golden Gate Fields Set for Meet; February Derby Prep Tops Stakes Calendar

The $200,000 El Camino Real Derby, Northern California’s official Kentucky Derby prep, headlines the stakes schedule for the 2014-2015 winter/spring meeting at Golden Gate Fields. Golden Gate Fields kicks off its 98-day season Friday, Dec. 26, with a nine-race program that begins at the special early post time of 12:15 p.m.  Santa Anita, Golden Gate […]

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Absorbine presents Photos of the Week: Memorial Day Weekend

This last week, after the Preakness, many horses traveled to New York for the Belmont Stakes, including California Chrome, the Triple Crown hopeful. All eyes were on the Belmont horses as they prepared for the big event. In the meantime, some very nice horses went to post throughout the country. During the weekend’s stakes races, the best […]

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Lone Star Park: Fewer stakes, new racing series in 2012

Lone Star Park at Grand Prairie announced the track’s 2012 Spring Thoroughbred Season features 12 stakes, down from 19 in 2011, including two graded stakes, with purses totaling $1.3 million. The two premiere events on the 2012 Lone Star Park stakes calendar are the Grade 3, $200,000 Texas Mile for 3-year-olds and up to be […]

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