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Matt Rose's analysis of the Tuesday 1/31 card at Yonkers Raceway.
A drop in class and a return to a familiar venue has made Dynamic Impact an appealing favorite in a handicap at 6 1/4 furlongs at Canterbury Park in Australia on Tuesday evening.
Hours before leaving the winner's circle triumphantly here Saturday following Art Collector's victory in the $3 million Pegasus World Cup, trainer Bill Mott was scratching his head in consternation following the inexplicably dull performance turned in by his odds-on favorite Obligatory in the Grade 2 Inside Information.
While things didn't go great for trainer Brad Cox this past weekend in Florida, where Cyberknife wrapped up his racing career with a sixth-place finish as the 2-1 favorite in the Pegasus World Cup, the Fair Grounds wing of the stable did just fine. Cox ran four horses last racing week in New Orleans, and all of them won.
The undefeated Hoosier Philly didn't exactly ease back into published workouts this past weekend at Fair Grounds, drilling a half-mile Jan. 28 in 47.80 seconds, the fastest among 102 four-furlong works that morning.
Ramón Brito, conocido en los medios de comunicación como el 30G, es un handicapper con más de 20 años de experiencia en el análisis y pronóstico de las competencias hípicas. Ramón forma parte del equipo de DRF en Español como comentarista, handicapper, editor y columnista.
Steve Asmussen, one of the leading trainers in the United States, will appeal a 30-day suspension approved by the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission last week and seek a stay of the penalty, according to his attorney.
Gufo, a divisional turf standout in each of his last three seasons of racing, was sent through his first workout in several months when breezing an easy three furlongs Sunday at trainer Christophe Clement's winter base of Payson Park.
Luis Carvajal Jr., best known as the trainer of the standout sprinter Imperial Hint, has disbanded his stable at Tampa Bay Downs and is now working in the Gulfstream Park racing office.
Even with his name sitting atop the Gulfstream Park championship-meet trainer standings, Saffie Joseph Jr. is acutely aware of how humbling the sport of racing can be.
The winners of the two Pegasus turf races on Saturday at Gulfstream Park both came out of their races in good order as their connections consider what might come next for their horses.
David Aragona's TimeformUS Highlight Horse for Sunday, January 29, at Aqueduct.
For the second time in a year the great Hong Kong miler Golden Sixty silenced the doubters, turning in a dazzling performance to win the Group 1, $1.53 million Stewards’ Cup at Sha Tin Racecourse on Sunday.
Hooker Berry gave driver Jean-Michel Bazire his fifth victory in the Prix d'Amerique, capturing this year's edition of the Group 1 event and the highlight of the winter meet at Vincennes Racecourse in Paris. The time was 1'11"7 for the 2,700 meters, a mile rate of 1:55 2/5.
DRF Formulator presenta La Carrera del Dia, un micro en el que el equipo de DRF en Español ofrece su análisis y pronóstico sobre dicha competencia.
He's well known as one of the top drivers at Yonkers Raceway, but Jordan Stratton is gaining in popularity with Meadowlands fans these days, and who can blame them after the 35-year-old pilot recorded five wins on the Saturday night card.
Total handle on the 13-race Pegasus World Cup card on Saturday at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, Fla., was $43.89 million, according to charts of the races, a figure that ranks in the top tier of the U.S. racing calendar for betting on a single day of racing.
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Pauline’s Pearl won the Grade 3, $300,000 Houston Ladies Classic for the second year in a row Saturday, when she rallied for a 1 3/4-length victory over Hidden Connection in the centerpiece of the Houston Racing Festival at Sam Houston.
Rose Maddox closed from fifth along the inside in the final furlong to win the first stakes of her career in Saturday’s $75,900 Moscow Burning Stakes for California-bred fillies and mares at Golden Gate Fields.