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  • Beholder wins the G1 Clement L. Hirsch for fun!Posted 4 hours ago
  • Texas Red returns to the winner's circle with a Jim Dandy victory over Frosted!Posted 6 hours ago
  • Red Rifle squeezes through rivals to win the Bowling Green.Posted 7 hours ago
  • Madefromlucky takes the G2 West Virginia Derby.Posted 7 hours ago
  • Rock Fall makes it 6 in a row, out-finishing The Big Beast to win the G1 Vanderbilt.Posted 7 hours ago
  • Looks to Spare blows up the tote board at 70-1 in the West Virginia Governor's Cup.Posted 8 hours ago
  • Work All Week puts on a show in the Senator Robert C. Byrd Memorial!Posted 9 hours ago
  • Holy Boss runs away with the Amsterdam!Posted 9 hours ago
  • Smart Transition wins the Curlin at Saratoga for trainer John Shirreffs.Posted 1 day ago
  • There's no catching Moonlight Song in the John Morrissey over Saratoga's slop.Posted 2 days ago

Will Sham Stakes produce a star?

There are no stars, or even familiar names, among the nine probable starters for the $150,000 Sham Stakes at Santa Anita next Saturday. That could change as the Triple Crown trail progresses over the next 60 days. One thing is for sure: The first-place purse of $90,000 and the distinction of winning the Grade 3 Sham over 1 1/8 miles will greatly enhance one horse's chance of making it to the Kentucky Derby. Read More

 

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