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Breeders’ Cup Buzz Presented By TVG: Biggest Betting Score?

The Breeders’ Cup is one of the premiere betting events on the racing calendar, featuring two days of large fields and high-quality competition. For an astute handicapper, this can mean a big day at the betting windows. In the Breeders’ Cup Buzz, we’ll speak to some of the notable Thoroughbred industry names with their eyes […]

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The Pizza Man, Work All Week To Be Brueggemann’s Stable Ponies At Arlington

Midwest Thoroughbreds’ 2015 Grade I Arlington Million winner The Pizza Man and 2014 Champion Sprinter Work All Week returned to the Arlington International Racecourse backstretch last week to the barn of Roger Brueggemann and will be used as stable ponies during training hours. The Pizza Man became the only horse bred in Illinois to win […]

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Geroux: Gun Runner ‘The Real Deal’ Ahead Of Breeders’ Cup

Jockey Florent Geroux, who rode three winners on Keeneland’s Thursday program and another on Friday’s card, can be forgiven if he is humming “California Dreamin’ ” these days. On Nov. 4, Geroux will be in the saddle when Winchell Thoroughbreds and Three Chimneys Farm’s Gun Runner heads to the gate for the $6 million Breeders’ […]

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Jamie Ness, Midwest Thoroughbreds Part Ways

Midwest Thoroughbreds and trainer Jamie Ness have officially parted ways. The Daily Racing Form reports that late last week, Midwest sent 26 horses that were under Ness’ care to other trainers. The move ends a successful business relationship that began in 2009, and during that time they won 1,600 races together. “Nothing really happened, it’s just the nature […]

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Eclipse Award Winner Work All Week Retired

Midwest Thoroughbreds posted the following information on its website Thursday afternoon:  “With a recent x-ray revealing a career ending condition, it is with great sadness that we must announce the retirement of Work All Week.  This horse has brought much excitement to this stable, the racing fans of Illinois and to fans all around the […]

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Trio Of Eclipse Champs Set For Races On Fall Stars Weekend At Keeneland

Three reigning Eclipse Award winners plus Arlington Million (G1) winner The Pizza Man highlight a stellar lineup on tap for next weekend’s Fall Stars Weekend to open the 17-day Keeneland Fall Meet. Fall Stars Weekend features nine graded stakes, five of which are Grade 1s, and seven races that are “Win and You’re In” contests […]

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Commentary: Continued Top Performances Of Stars Such As Chrome, Bayern ‘Aren’t Guaranteed’

There has been renewed excitement and enthusiasm in the sport of horse racing this year, mainly thanks to the accomplishments of Triple Crown winner, American Pharoah. However, as Jeremy Plonk writes in his latest blog for, it had been widely thought that going into this year, that such excitement wouldn’t be surrounding just one […]

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Favorite Tale Wire To Wire In Smile Sprint

PJG Stable’s Favorite Tale commanded the early pace in the Grade 2, $250,000 Smile Sprint Stakes and proved uncatchable, kicking away to a confident victory over champion Work All Week Sunday at Gulfstream Park. Sent out to the lead by jockey Edgard Zayas, Favorite Tale was challenged briefly by Work All Week to his outside […]

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Consistent Runners Work All Week, Grande Shores Clash In Smile Sprint

Breeders’ Cup Sprint winner Work All Week figures to be the most accomplished performer in Sunday’s $250,000 Smile Sprint (G2) on the $1.175 million Summit of Speed program at Gulfstream Park. However, the 2014 Eclipse Award sprint champion’s record isn’t exactly beyond compare. Smile entrant Grande Shores has hardly been keeping the heady company that […]

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