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Tag: Churchill Downs

ACTIVISTS PRAISE HISA

Edited Release — Animal rights activists are praising a portion of the $900 billion stimulus package. The Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act was part of

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ESSENTIAL FUTURES FAVE

Edited Press Release — Godolphin‘s undefeated $2 million Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (GI) winner Essential Quality is the 10-1 individual favorite among 24 betting interests in Pool 1 of

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NEW TURF COURSE FOR CD

Edited Churchill Downs Release – Churchill Downs Racetrack will invest $10 million to install a new turf course that will widen the running surface and increase the

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CODE OF HONOR TO CLARK

Edited Churchill Press Release –W.S. Farish’s multiple Grade I winner Code of Honor will take on 13 rivals including graded stakes winners By My Standards, Mr Freeze and Owendale in Friday’s 146th renewal of the $500,000 Clark

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‘STANDARDS’ JOINS CLARK

Edited Churchill Downs Release —- Multiple graded stakes winner By My Standards is probable to enter next Friday’s Grade 1 Clark following a half-mile move in :49.40

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11 IN BLACK-EYED SUSAN

By Pimlico Press Staff – An evenly-matched field of 11 fillies, led by graded-stakes winners Bonny South, Hopeful Growth, Perfect Alibi and Project Whiskey, are set

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DIVING INTO PREAKNESS

By Pimlico Press Staff – Peter Callahan’s Grade 1 stakes-winning filly Swiss Skydiver will compete in the 145th Preakness (G1) at Pimlico on Oct. 3, trainer Kenny McPeek confirmed

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Preakness: ‘MR. BIG WORK’

Even though Kentucky Derby (G1) third-place finisher Mr. Big News earned a free roll in the 145th Preakness Stakes (G1) by virtue of winning Oaklawn

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NYRA TV BACK THURSDAY

By NYRA Press Staff — The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) today announced that America’s Day at the Races returns this week on FOX Sports and

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