Maximum Security gets a final opportunity in the Cigar Mile Saturday to lock down what should have been his months ago. A victory will eradicate all questions about who is the legitimate 3-year-old champion. Not
Wiseguys have called Aqueduct’s Remsen Stakes for two-year-olds a negative key race with respect to the following year’s Kentucky Derby, and the wiseguys have it right. It might be hard for the NYRA to swallow
Hallandale Beach, FL — Keeping up with racing on a daily basis often results in the kind of relentless frustration that could wear Job down to a tiny nub. But then you walk into a
I always try to think of something special to say on Thanksgiving Day, my favorite American holiday; no deadlines to meet, except for dinner, of course, and I feel something aspirational about the whole thing.
This was a Tweet I sent Monday in reply to story written by T. D. Thornton of Thoroughbred Daily News. It is amplified slightly here only for clarity and because we’re unencumbered by the 140-character
We believe it’s little more than a sophomoric exercise to start thinking Kentucky Derby before Thanksgiving day. But since the Santa logo is appearing in stores everywhere, might as well invoke the roses of May.
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Unlike the G1 Cigar Mile, the G2 Remsen has no
Despite the fact that he once again is giving older
We love Gulfstream’s Claiming Crown card. Moving the event from Canterbury Park,
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Two seven furlong sprints for Maryland-bred babies and call me
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