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  • Royal Posse (3-5) repeats in the Claiming Crown Jewel and becomes a millionaire.Posted 18 minutes ago
  • King and His Court (8-5) flies home to win the Display Stakes.Posted 24 minutes ago
  • R Angel Katelyn (8-5) leads all the way in the Sandpiper.Posted 35 minutes ago
  • Rapid Rhythm runs them down in the Battle of New Orleans.Posted 38 minutes ago
  • Highway Star (7-1) is up in time to win the Go for Wand.Posted 1 hour ago
  • Chance of Luck (7-2) holds on to take the Inaugural StakesPosted 1 hour ago
  • Whitmore wins the 6th race at Aqueduct, his first race back since the Kentucky Derby.Posted 2 hours ago
  • Even Thunder (5-2) holds on to win the King's Swan.Posted 1 day ago
  • Effinex, earner of more than $3.3 million, has been retired to stud in New York.Posted 4 days ago
  • Back on dirt, Midnight Storm (8-5) rolls home in the Native Diver.Posted 5 days ago

John M. Gaver III

John Gaver doesn’t look quite bulky enough to carry the weight of three generations of racing history. Tall, lean, and lanky, Gaver seems pretty unburdened in general, walking his shedrow at the Thoroughbred Center in Lexington, welcoming a guest, elaborating at length on the horses in his care. Utterly unassuming… Read More

 

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