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  • Bowies Hero (3-1) much the best in the Oceanside Stakes on opening day at Del Mar.Posted 1 day ago
  • Irap (7-5) romps home a big winner of the Indiana Derby.Posted 5 days ago
  • Eagle (5-2) rides the rail to victory in the Schaefer Memorial.Posted 5 days ago
  • West Coast (2-5) powers home nicely in the Los Alamitos Derby.Posted 5 days ago
  • Songbird (1-9) wins the Delaware Handicap by only a length.Posted 5 days ago
  • Disco Partner (7-5) runs away from his Forbidden Apple competition.Posted 5 days ago
  • Frostmourne (1-2) turns the Kent Stakes into his own private party.Posted 5 days ago
  • Harry Angel defeats Limato and Caravaggio in the Group 1 July Cup.Posted 6 days ago
  • European champion filly Minding has been retired from racing.Posted 8 days ago
  • Hawkbill (Kitten's Joy) scores in the Group 2 Princess of Wales's at Newmarket.Posted 8 days ago
Saratoga and Del Mar 2017

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Horse Racing Nation frequently publishes excellent photoblogs that are produced by very talented photographers and I, for one, love a good photoblog....
Once part of the Triple Tiara for three-year-old fillies, the Coaching Club American Oaks (G1) has had very illustrious past winners. The list of the...
The Duke of Del Mar, the Master of his Domain, the King of the World, whatever you want to call him, Arrogate figures to rule with a mighty strid...
The 2017 season at Saratoga gets off to a bang with five nice graded stakes races over the first three days, and the best of the bunch is Saturday's G...
*Bred in Kentucky, my grandsire ran a big race to be second in the Breeders' Cup Classic.*I did not make my career debut until I was three, but it cam...
Brian and Matt are back together as HorseCenter presents the 2017 Saratoga and Del Mar Preview Show. The guys also give their take on Songbird’s much...
Win three Grade 1 races in your first eight career starts and you have effectively set the bar pretty darn high for yourself. Still, I get the feeling...
Some things just make you scratch your head. In revisiting the fantastic career of Formal Gold recently, I was dumbfounded to learn that the 24-y...
The Indiana Derby was a first for both me and my fiancé, having never been to Indiana Grand before. The people were nice, the track was beautiful...
It is no longer a surprise when Irap wins a big race. The big, good looking son of Tiznow is getting better all the time. Tonight, his tale...
It wasn’t as easy as many thought it would be, but superstar Songbird got the job done today in going wire to wire and holding off the second choice M...
In the first two legs of this year's Triple Crown, first-crop sires were all the rage. Always Dreaming, sired by Bodemeister, and Cloud Computing, sir...
It has been a tradition here at A New York State of Racing to kick off my Saratoga coverage with a ride in the Saratoga Time Machine. Let’s take a tr...
In case you haven’t already figured it out, it’s a good year to be Bob Baffert. When it comes to stars, he has plenty of them, and they have been shoo...
Bred to be a horse racing fanatic, I was raised on a steady diet of trips to the track. My teachers were great minds of the sport like Bill Quirin and...
Midsummer means heat, humidity, insects, and great racing at Arlington Park. Although this particular Saturday in July is technically a month away fro...
Saturday is the big night of the year in Indiana racing. Headlined by the $500,000 Indiana Derby, the card at Indiana Grand will feature six stak...
Ready or not, Opening Day at Del Mar is Wednesday, July 19. The racing is always great where the surf meets the turf, but this year, more than ever, t...
Someone is going to earn good money for running second to Songbird in the Grade 1 Delaware Handicap. Eighty years in, the 2017 edition of the $750,000...
Summer racing is just around the corner. Saratoga and Del Mar are gearing up for their annual meets where many of this year’s crop of two-year-olds wi...
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