Cousin Sal called a week ago Saturday. We’re not related; he’s the kind of family you choose, which is what I did back when we first met at St. John’s in 1964. We became co-workers
I recall speaking with Dale Romans by phone the day after Dennis’ Moment broke his maiden by double-digits at Ellis Park. It was then, and still remains, one of the most dominating performances by a
By Mark Berner and John Pricci — The team of managing editor Mark Berner and John Pricci, founder and executive editor of HorseraceInsider.com, have done a series of researched reports like this before; a synopsis
In the final analysis, it remains to be seen whether the trend of offering obscene purses results in raising the level of American racing to perceived higher international standards. But two things are clear: Money
To even bid to do so would be beyond most horses – then again, Enable is not most horses but quite extraordinary. Her career on the track of 10 Grade/Group 1 success in as many
By KEN WEINGARTNER — The wide-open sophomore pacing colt landscape
“I thought he looked great,” Shug McGaughey said of his
HRI EDITED RELEASE — Laurel Park will begin gearing up
On Today’s Scorecard, consider that Washington Nationals ace hurler Stephen
HRI EDITED RELEASE – The 20-cent Rainbow 6 went un-hit for a
Can’t shake the guilt here, going on record with a
Good to see the Grade 1 Haskell Invitational winner back
Grinding Out The Profits — From Playbook Totals Tipsheet Newsletter:
Hope we’re not getting in a rut here, but on
Laurel Park Staff — My Sistersledge, already a two-time Maryland
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