• Shared Belief refuses to lose in the Grade 1 Malibu! Posted 3 hours ago
  • Alert Bay surges to victory in the Mathis Brothers Mile!Posted 3 hours ago
  • Sam's Sister up late to defeat Taris in the La Brea! Posted 4 hours ago
  • Spotted Heart rolls late in the Md Juvenile Filly Championship Posted 6 hours ago
  • It's all Salutos Amigos in the Gravesend! Posted 8 hours ago
  • Hoppertunity breezes 5F in :59.60 (4/131) at Santa AnitaPosted 5 days ago
  • Top Billing posts :38 2/5 for 3F work at Payson ParkPosted 6 days ago
  • Dortmund wins a thrilling three-way photo in the Los Alamitos Futurity!Posted 6 days ago
  • Sky Flight gets up late in the Tropical Park Derby Posted 6 days ago
  • Cinco Charlie wins the Sugar Bowl for his 4th juvenile stakes win. Posted 6 days ago

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SA 12/26/2014 R8 - Baffert owns the G1 Malibu Pace

POST TIME 6:52 EST -- This year's edition of the G1 Malibu Stakes is headlined by California's second favorite racing star (second only to California Chrome), the multiple G1 stakes winner, #8 Shared Belief.  After a compromised Breeders' Cup Classic race which found this rising star knocked around at the start, he is back with a vengeance to seek redemption in the Malibu.  I am sure Jerry Hollendorfer would like nothing more than to topple Baffert's fearsome foursome that also entered into this race.  No one will argue that #8 S...

SA 12/26/2014 R6 - Thank You Marylou sits garden spot trip in La Brea

Friday's 6th race (2:47pm PT) from Santa Anita Park is the Grade I La Brea for 3-year-old fillies dashing seven furlongs on the main track. #3 Thank You Marylou (6-1) exits a solid 3rd in the BC Filly & Mare Sprint. The fresh filly is training well for this and should get first run behind multiple early runners under new rider Rosario.                    Play Friday's Santa Anita Park games at DerbyWars.com  #1 Taris (2-1) romped in all four starts around one turn and should be part of ...

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