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  • Minding rolls home an easy winner of the Group 1 Pretty Polly Stakes at The Curragh.Posted 1 day ago
  • Melatonin powers home a strong winner of the Gold Cup at Santa Anita.Posted 1 day ago
  • Lord Nelson lunges late to nip Subtle Indian in the Triple Bend.Posted 1 day ago
  • By the Moon proves best in the Grade 3 Bed O' Roses at Belmont Park.Posted 2 days ago
  • Mo Tom finds a trouble free trip, and rolls home an easy Ohio Derby winner.Posted 2 days ago
  • Isabella Sings strolls to victory in Monmouth's Eatontown.Posted 2 days ago
  • Sarah Sis makes all the running as the Chicago Handicap favorite.Posted 2 days ago
  • Harzand holds off Idaho in the Irish Derby to become a dual Derby winnerPosted 2 days ago
  • Far From Over wins his return today at Belmont after more than 16 months away.Posted 3 days ago
  • Champion Untapable has been retired from racing, according to owner, Ron Winchell.Posted 7 days ago

Breeders' Cup or bust

There are a lot of things we can debate as the Nov. 6-7 Breeders' Cup World Championships approach: the wisdom of having racing's big event run in back-to-back years at the same track, Santa Anita Park in Southern California; the merits of synthetic surfaces vs. conventional dirt tracks; whether champion Zenyatta should stay in her division or take on the boys in the Classic; and if Jess Jackson did the right thing by putting star filly Rachel Alexandra on the shelf, skipping the Breeders' Cup, and waiting till next year. Read More

 

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