Rushing Fall ‘Just Didn’t Breeze Well,’ Held Out Of Ballston Spa

There have been very few bad days in the life of multiple Grade 1 winner Rushing Fall, both in her competitive outings and in her routing preparations. So when the daughter of More Than Ready turned in a lackluster half-mile workout on August 17, trainer Chad Brown took that as a sign he needed to […]

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‘We Need To Continue To Do Better,’ But Santa Anita Has ‘Turned The Corner’

The 23rd fatality at Santa Anita Park occurred on March 31, approximately six weeks ago. New regulations implemented by The Stronach Group have allowed 6,973 horses to breeze over the main course and training track with no recorded fatalities as of end of training Sunday, according to Horse Racing Nation. The regulations include advance permission […]

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‘New Normal’: Santa Anita Releases Plan For Safety, Welfare Procedures

As a thorough evaluation of Santa Anita’s main track continues, The Stronach Group (TSG) has announced several new safety and welfare measures which will be put in place when racing resumes at Santa Anita Park in the coming weeks. “We’re looking forward to returning to normal, but it will be a new normal,” said Tim […]

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Castellano Viaja A La Costa Oeste Para Trabajar A Bolt D’Oro Con Miras Al San Felipe Stakes

Montado por vez primera por el cuádruple ganador del Eclipse Award Javier Castellano, Bolt d’Oro, uno de los principales aspirantes para el Derby trabajó 1200 metros desde el aparato en la mañana del lunes 26 en Santa Anita dejando 1:12 exactos, parando los 1400 metros en 1:25 exactos y la milla en 1:39.80, de acuerdo […]

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Arrogate Continúa Avanzando Camino A Su Esperada Reaparecida

En el mundo de los caballos de carrera de la actualidad, existe Arrogate, y luego vienen los demás. El mayor ganador de dinero en la historia hípica norteamericana con más de $17 millones acaparó la atención de los aficionados en su base de Santa Anita a las 6:45 am del domingo 18, trabajando 800 metros […]

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Tepin ‘Didn’t Feel Like’ Working Monday At Palm Meadows, Heads To Kentucky

Female turf superstar Tepin did not hesitate to make her opinion clear Monday morning at Florida’s Palm Meadows, when the 6-year-old daughter of Bernstein declined rider Julien Leparoux’s request to turn around for a workout. After several failed attempts to convince Tepin to move forward going the right way around the turf course, trainer Mark […]

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