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  • Untapable heads a field of nine in the $1 million Cotillion. Posted 21 hours ago
  • California Chrome draws the rail for the Pennsylvania Derby. Posted 21 hours ago
  • Sheikhzayedroad scoots up the rail for the Northern Dancer victory! Posted 2 days ago
  • Baltic Baroness wins the Prix Vermeille; Treve a disappointing 4th. Posted 2 days ago
  • Suntracer cashes in the Kentucky Turf Cup! Posted 3 days ago
  • Conquest Typhoon much the best in the Summer! Posted 3 days ago
  • Ball Dancing beats her stablemate to the wire in the Sands Point! Posted 3 days ago
  • 1st time Lasix and the U.S., Annecdote romps in the Noble Damsel! Posted 3 days ago
  • Conquest Harlanate rolls late in the Natalma! Posted 3 days ago
  • There will be a carryover of $59,132 when racing resumes Saturday at Los Alamitos.Posted 3 days ago

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 In the crisp, early autumn New England air, racing fans will mourn the passing of the region’s last Thoroughbred racing venue, along with the d...
 Not to be outdone by the return of California Chrome on the same card, the Cotillion takes a backseat to no race. Simply put, the million dollar...
 After winter's early arrival brought a week of clouds and cold rain to the Chicago area, it was wonderful to experience the sun at Arlington Par...
 This A to Z compilation of Breeders’ Cup Turf facts will give you some history, trivia, and betting angles about the horses, owners, jockeys and...
 As the last huge race restricted to three-year-olds, the 2014 Pennsylvania Derby has attracted a strong field of eight sophomore males looking f...
 Trainer David Simcock brought his six-year-old horse, Trade Storm, back to Toronto to try the Woodbine Mile again this year. Last year he f...
 With just 6 weeks until the Breeders’ Cup at Santa Anita Park, it is time to separate the contenders from the pretenders. Here is a look at the ...
Moving into the second half of the year, juvenile race distances are lengthening.  Later maturing babies are starting to appear and overtake the...
 Is handicapping and picking winners/ making money at the races any easier or more difficult than before? Before, meaning maybe 20 years ago or s...
 Despite being a French Derby winner, The Grey Gatsby suffered from an identity crisis. As classic distance colts in Europe go, the conversation ...
 Launching a bid from the back of the field, Suntracer inhaled his competition in the stretch of the Grade 3 Kentucky Turf Cup and prevailed by a...
 In the grand tradition of top notch Pucker Up winners of the past, Sistas Stroll exploded on the soft turf of the Arlington International stretc...
 Sometimes greatness goes unrecognized, and sometimes great thoroughbreds failed to ever have their names called when the championships are hande...
 Saturday is the return to graded stakes racing at the New York Racing Association after a jam-packed summer at Saratoga Race Course.  The e...
 Quickly becoming a Thursday evening institution, Brian and Matt are back with another edition of HorseCenter! Show highlights for this week incl...
 Despite being in direct competition with each other, Saturday’s Sands Point at Belmont Park and Arlington Park’s Pucker Up have both attracted a...
 It is closing day at Gulfstream Park and that can only mean one thing, they must dish out that pot of gold at the end of the Rainbow 6. The car...
 Race Clue #1 -  A field of 13, including entrants from all around the nation, lined up for this historic race.Race Clue #2 - The winner was...
 Moving into the second half of the year, juvenile race distances are lengthening.  Later maturing babies are starting to appear and overta...
 In the Breeders’ Cup, the turf races are where the World Championships actually get most of their international flavor. It is on the grass where...
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