• Game On Dude has been retired. Posted 20 hours ago
  • Untapable heads a field of nine in the $1 million Cotillion. Posted 3 days ago
  • California Chrome draws the rail for the Pennsylvania Derby. Posted 3 days ago
  • Sheikhzayedroad scoots up the rail for the Northern Dancer victory! Posted 5 days ago
  • Baltic Baroness wins the Prix Vermeille; Treve a disappointing 4th. Posted 5 days ago
  • Suntracer cashes in the Kentucky Turf Cup! Posted 5 days ago
  • Conquest Typhoon much the best in the Summer! Posted 5 days ago
  • Ball Dancing beats her stablemate to the wire in the Sands Point! Posted 5 days ago
  • 1st time Lasix and the U.S., Annecdote romps in the Noble Damsel! Posted 5 days ago
  • Conquest Harlanate rolls late in the Natalma! Posted 6 days ago

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Keeneland realized increases for the fifth consecutive session on Day 10 of the September Yearling Sale when a colt from the family of Kentucky Derby ...

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California Chrome Gallops at Parx

After having a slow mile jog over the Parx surface Wednesday morning, Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner California Chrome, owned by Steve Coburn and...

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Churchill, Race 5
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Jess's Dream worked today at Belmont going 3 furlongs in 36.9 . Ocean Knight also worked at Belmont going 4 furlongs in 47.3 . Both were good works and hopefully both will start SOON. jlp
After having a slow mile jog over the Parx surface Wednesday morning, Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner California Chrome, owned by Steve Coburn and Perry Martin, had a more vigorous morning on Thursday, galloping between a mile and a half and a mile and three-quarters, again with exercise rider W...Read More
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  • travel_vic · funny stuff. UNLESS two contenders are head and shoulder above ALL the competition, most races are NOT match races. Match races within a race are rare but do happen (Noor/Citation, Alydar/Affirmed, Sunday Silence/Easy Goer) but there are negative and positive pace contributions to others in almost every other horse race on this planet and the sum total of that effect can make ore of the other of the primary contenders have LESS of chance. In his great book, Modern Pace Handicapping, Brohamer spend an entire chapter discussing those horses that ALTER the conditions of the rest of the field without EQUALLY affected others. · 16 hours ago
  • Hannah Etienne via Disqus · Is there a video anywhere? I am curious to see how he is moving over the Parx surface · 1 hour ago
Honor Code returned with a published work at Fair Hill this A.M. per DRF---3f in 37.2. https://twitter.com/DRFGrening
Shackleford getting his daily exercise under tack. He is ridden by stallion manager Ryan Watson. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Bx6E9jUCUAAj9vQ.jpg:large
HRN's Jarrod Horak has compiled his first Kentucky Derby 2015 Contenders Top 10 list - will one of these colts wear roses in May?Read More
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  • geldedridgling · Thanks for the info. Horse #11 Frosted runs Saturday at Belmont. He faces a Lookin At Lucky first time starter for Chad Brown so it should be a good race. · 7 hours ago
  • mdracing69 · @Sullivan - Sounds like Daredevil is one to keep an eye on. Thanks for the info. @geldedridgling - Hope Frosted earns his diploma at Belmont Saturday. · 2 hours ago
In tommorrows Pennsylvania Derby, i think that this guy has a huge shot to get 2nd. Should Chrome not be at his best, Moon can light up the tote board. Lets be honest about the race. CC at his best is not only much the best in this race,but also much the best 3yo in the Country. Allow the dreamers their day in the sun. We can speculate all we want as to the fitness of CC,especially against a quality group of 3yos. But just ask yourself this question.Assuming you owned CC (arguably worth in the neighberhood of 15 Million and higher). Would you do something stupid and run a short race horse. I know i would not. So i have to go into the race with the mindset that he will be as good as good. Being that i am not in it for the rooting aspect,i need to come up with a horse who i not only feel confident will get the job done,but will add extreme value in the process. Noble Moon sticks out like a sore thumb. In his last race,coming off of an extended an extended layoff ,and still wearing the bar shoe. He ran avery impressive and buried race against everyones new found monster .....The Big Beast. Pace wise he flew home in his last furlong.It may not of looked it via the eye test,but he was running against fresh horses. In a race that was loaded with potential front ened speed, the leaders got away with 23/46. As they say,that is all she wrote for the deep closers. Moon is finally stringing up back to back races. This guy will be a major factor in the Pa. Derby.
This is a sad day for me :( One of my favourites of all-time is retired now.. All the best to ole'man! He was such a warrior that was all heart & guts! I'm so happy that I was there at Santa Anita this past winter to watch him win the SA Handicap for a record 3 time at 7 years old! And to win it by beating the 35 year old stakes record held by Affirmed and just 2 ticks off the track record held by Spectacular Bid, both considered to be in horse racing top 10 of all time! Goes to show how great "The Dude" was! Even though he'll be retired I'll never stop following him! Thx for the memories champ!
HorseCenter looks forward to this weekend, as the guys discuss the long awaited return of California Chrome, in detail, as well as Untapable, and all the big doings at Parx.Read More
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  • buds · Free BC Turf tip!!! If they run at Leapordstowne, they ALWAYS hit the board in the BC turf. Always 8 for 8 · 5 hours ago
  • Pick6Sam via Disqus · Totally agree about The Grey Gatsby win! One of the best races of the year (so far) would have really hoped to see both Australia & Grey Gatsby at the BC.. Being from Toronto I was of course at Woodbine for the miler and was upset to first hear that Trade Storm was not nominated for Breeders Cup but this week his connection did say Trade Storm will go to Santa Anita. Watch out for Deceptive Vision in the Fillies & Mare Turf; she won the Canadian handily same weekend. Her pedigree is amazing! AP Indy (Smart Strike) / Secretariat & Seattle Slew on the top side.. doesn't get more blue blood then that! I just don't see California Chrome losing this one.. after my own 'capping I see Chrome a close 3rd at the 3/8 pole with Bayern & CJ's Awesome in front and just after the 3/8 pole the button will be pressed by V.Espinoza and by the 1/8 pole CC will run past Bayern with Tapiture coming close.. I see the PA Derby looking similar to the Preakness with Bayern and Tapiture just a bit closer to come in 2/3 and Candy Boy with Classic Giacnroll 4/5.. Not an easy race! Great show guys!!! Haven't missed one and love what you do!!! Very knowledgeable!! Keep up the great work!! · 4 hours ago
Is Divine Fortune and jockey okay after fall in the Lonesome Glory?
  • Goblin · Divine Fortune walked off the course--that's all I could find. http://www.drf.com/news/demonstrative-scores-lonesome-glory · 4 hours ago
YESSSSSS!!!!!!!!!! Jess's Dream, Rachel Alexandra's first foal, worked 3-8ths in 36,84 over BEL main, her first breeze since coming to McLaughlin
Am I the only one that sees her as a cinch in this race?
  • travel_vic · Gallant Fox was a "cinch" in his Travers, So was Native Dancer in his Derby, etc etc etc · 17 hours ago
  • ekindy · It would be a cinch for the Untapable of January-June of 2014. The problem is that when you run a filly against the boys and they fail things usually change, and not for the better. She's still by far the most talented, the question is whether or not her head is still in the game. Like the PA Derby, this is one where you lay off of the win bet unless you are going for an upset. The odds for the likely winners will be a much lower price than they are worth. There should be decent value in the exotics though. · 4 hours ago
In only four years of existence the Secretariat Vox Populi Award has done a marvelous job of reflecting the collective heartbeat of racing fans from coast to coast.Read More
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  • dna0571 · GAME ON DUDE!!! · 16 hours ago
  • ekindy · If Debbie shocks them in the Distaff, then she's got my vote. She'd have little chance at the Eclipse, but this would be a more appropriate year end award. If she doesn't then it's got to be California Chrome. · 4 hours ago
Why would one of the best dirt milers in the country experiment with grass on the final BC prep? This really make zero sense. (and Im all for experimenting with grass!!! but not now)
  • travel_vic · for the BREEDING SHED P R...Did the same thing for a few here so that prospective breeders can see the POTENTIAL on both surfaces. · 5 hours ago
  • buds · understandable, but 2 dirt victories and then go to grass makes more sense · 5 hours ago
With REAL betting opportunities to make a good profit on the card and you are choosing to back an entry that will assuredly go off a HUGE underlay, you expose the fact that, parimutuelly, you have NO IDEA what you are doing!
I'm soooo happy!!! She had a breeze at Churchill yesterday morning!!!
Friday's 8th race (5:30pm PT) from Los Alamitos Race Course is a $20k Maiden Claiming dash for fillies and mares traveling six furlongs on the main track. #8 Alissa R N (8-1) earned her best number in her lone start at this level second time out Aug 15. She flashed speed vs. better $50k foes at Del ...Read More
  • travel_vic · Contenders: 4 Swiss Perfection 10 Sunday Stroll 6 Cocabella Myst 8 Alissa R N big group of late movers but this is before scratches. 2 1 10 3 have all the early moves here which help maidens so let's hope there are a few late scratches here. · 5 hours ago
This looks like its going to be a loaded field. Lots of untapped talent. Interesting field if it holds
Happy Retirement Dude! you have earned it.
1-4-7...tri box 5 bucks...imo
Happy Retirement Dude! You surely did give us thrills win or lose a tremendous athlete. Missed you will be, but the memories will always be with us all. Look forward as a new chapter in your life is being written.

Poll of the Day

Who will win the Pennsylvania Derby? 

  • Tapiture
  • Protonico
  • Bayern
  • Noble Moon
  • Classic Giacnroll
  • California Chrome
  • C J's Awesome
  • Candy Boy

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LA 9/19/2014 R8 - Alissa R N drops into a better spot at Los Al

Friday's 8th race (5:30pm PT) from Los Alamitos Race Course is a $20k Maiden Claiming dash for fillies and mares traveling six furlongs on the main track. #8 Alissa R N (8-1) earned her best number in her lone start at this level second time out Aug ...

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