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‘Good Horse From Day 1’: Yoshida Pointed To Pegasus World Cup Turf

WinStar Farm, China Horse Club International, SF Racing and Head of Plains Partners’ Yoshida, a Grade 1 winner on dirt and turf, will be returning to the grass for his 2019 debut in the $7 million Pegasus World Cup Turf Invitational (G1) Jan. 26 at Gulfstream Park. The 1 3/16-mile Pegasus World Cup Turf, the […]

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RMTC Prepares Online Halter Auction To Benefit Tactical Research

Beginning November 23 and ending November 30, the Racing Medication and Testing Consortium (RMTC), an industry 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, will auction off halters of famous broodmares, racing and stallion stars on its eBay page. All proceeds from the auction will go toward the RMTC’s grant program to fund critical tactical research into the detection and identification of […]

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Breeders’ Cup Winners Accelerate, City Of Light, And Monomoy Girl Could Meet In Pegasus

Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Accelerate was bright-eyed the morning after his triumphant victory at Churchill Downs, and trainer John Sadler told drf.com that the colt was in good shape. Plans call for the 5-year-old son of Lookin at Lucky to spend a few days at Lanes End Farm this week, where he will stand stud for […]

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The Friday Show Presented By NYRA Bets: Ageless Jockeys, Classic Confidence?

Like other professional sports championships, the Breeders’ Cup is a supreme goal for the athletes and connections alike. In this Breeders’ Cup edition of The Friday Show, Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick talk to a pair of veteran jockeys about their preparation for the races and the importance of the event to them. Plus, why […]

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Classic Notes: Sloppy Track Has Accelerate Stick To Jog, Thunder Snow ‘Scary’ Good

Accelerate – Trainer John Sadler, in deference to track conditions, chose to send out his morning-line favorite for the Breeders’ Cup Classic for a one-mile jog on the sloppy Churchill Downs main track Thursday morning. “No problem, just a matter of making sure he got the exercise in,” Sadler said. “I’m sure the track will […]

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Breeders’ Cup Classic: Baffert’s Duo En Route, Thunder Snow Should ‘Improve Again’

Accelerate – Trainer John Sadler’s morning-line favorite Accelerate galloped 1 1/2 miles Tuesday morning and stood in the gate as the 5-year-old colt moved toward Saturday’s $6 million Breeders’ Cup Classic. Javier Meza, Accelerate’s regular exercise rider was in the saddle. Sadler reiterated his position on Accelerate far outside post in the 14-horse field by […]

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Favored Accelerate Draws Widest Of All In Breeders’ Cup Classic

The West Coast-based Accelerate was granted morning-line favoritism of 5-2 for the 35th running of the Breeders’ Cup Classic, despite drawing the far outside post in the full 14-horse field. John Sadler will be trying to saddle his first Breeders’ Cup winner with Joel Rosario in the saddle. “Fourteen’s actually a good post because you’re […]

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Breeders’ Cup News Minute Presented By Adequan: Classic Moves

In today’s edition of the Breeders’ Cup News Minute, Scott Jagow reports from the Equestricon conference in downtown Louisville. Find out the latest developments on some of the Classic contenders plus the arrival of two-time Arc de Triomphe winner Enable to Churchill Downs. Catch up on the latest news and developments each day leading up […]

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Breeders’ Cup Notes: ‘Very Good’ Work For Yoshida, Midnight Bisou ‘Picture-Perfect’

Breeders’ Cup Week at Churchill Downs got off to a good start on a brisk, but clear Monday morning with dirt works from Yoshida (JPN) ($6 million Breeders’ Cup Classic) and Midnight Bisou ($2 million Longines Breeders’ Cup Distaff) headlining the work tab and the initial on-track appearance of European standouts Enable (GB) ($4 million […]

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Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: Everyday ‘Passion’ Has Yoshida Ready For Classic

On first glance, what strikes me most are the relative differences between the two women. Physically, one is a head taller and a bit younger, while the other carries herself with a quieter, more unassuming presence. The first has a Swedish accent; the second is American, probably midwestern, if I had to guess. After our […]

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