Gosden, Dettori Just ‘Too Darn Hot’ In Darley Dewhurst Stakes

Too Darn Hot maintained his unbeaten record by pulling the Group 1 Dewhurst Stakes out of the fire on the climb to the line at Newmarket. Frankie Dettori’s mount looked in a spot of bother in behind horses going into the dip but once switched out, the even-money favorite took off under Dettori to win […]

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Lucky 13: Relive ‘Immortal’ Justify’s Triple Crown Triumph

From America’s Best Racing: Turn up the volume and relive Saturday’s historic sports moment from a packed and raucous Belmont Park. Undefeated Justify completes the Triple Crown sweep in the Belmont Stakes, becoming the sport’s 13th Triple Crown champion and cementing his place among an exclusive and rare group of immortals.   

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Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: The ‘University Of Woodbine’

At 15 years of age, Robert Tiller was making left-handed turns around a shed row. The soft, whispery noises of the horses and the smells of hay and straw each morning drew him toward the racetrack life; Tiller was hooked, and quickly left school behind. “I pretty much went straight to the ‘University of Woodbine,’” […]

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Run Away Dominates Best Pal For Shah, Callaghan

Kaleem Shah’s Run Away was the dominant winner of Saturday’s G2 Best Pal Stakes at Del Mar, crossing the wire 3 1/2 lengths in front of Dia de Pago under jockey Flavien Prat. The juvenile son of Run Away and Hide, trained by Simon Callaghan, covered 6 1/2 furlongs over the fast main track in 1:17.91 […]

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Three Rules Sweeps Florida Sire Stakes, Heads To Breeders’ Cup Juvenile

Shade Tree Thoroughbreds’ Three Rules cruised to a 10-length triumph in Saturday’s $500,000 In Reality at Gulfstream Park, sweeping the 2016 Florida Sire Stakes (FSS) series and likely earning a trip to Santa Anita for a start in the $2 million Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1) Nov. 5. “It looks like he did it pretty easy, […]

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Black Caviar resumes full training in hopes of comeback

After a few months off due to an injury that occured during her Royal Ascot win, Champion Black Caviar will resume full training on Monday. However, trainer Peter Moody warns that she may not return to the races. The mare went through pre-training at Murchison earlier this year, then took another month off, she returned […]

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