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TAMPA BAY TODAY – APR 19

[Hopefully back on the turf today after Saturday’s rains had grass races rescheduled. If they can, they will, Tampa Bay trying to salvage the weekend

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A KY DOWNS LOVE STORY

By Jennie Rees — Michael Hui called it “almost an out-of-body experience” winning his first Grade 1 stakes as Zulu Alpha kicked off his 7-year-old season

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KENTUCKY DOWNS’ NEW ERA

By Jennie Rees — Kentucky Downs officially embarked on a new era under the ownership headed by Ron Winchell and Marc Falcone with Thursday’s groundbreaking

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RIGHT HERE IN RIVER CITY

Mr. Misunderstood will defend his title in Saturday’s Grade 3 River City at Churchill Downs, heading a field of 10 turf specialists in the 1

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HORSES TO WATCH/BET ON

From our personal stash come several Horses to Watch in action today: In today’s 5th race at Laurel, a maiden allowances for 2-year-olds going a

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BREEDERS’ CUP VIDEO TAKES

From Jennie Rees — Rusty Arnold talks about Kentucky Downs’ RUNHAPPY Turf Sprint winner Totally Boss and third-place Leinster. Mark Casse discusses Peace Achieved, winner

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INTERESTING CD FEATURE

The strength of Wednesday’s 9th race at Churchill Downs is drawn toward the outside, principally early line favorite Confessing (5-2) and the first also-eligible, Zuzanna

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MOTT, SADLER ON RECORD

By JENNIE REES — Hall of Fame trainer Bill Mott has won the Breeders’ Cup Distaff a record five times and the Breeders’ Cup Classic

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SHUG FILLY HAS BIG FUTURE

Tomorrow’s turf feature at Belmont Park, the Chelsey Flower at one mile on the Widener Course is a battle between two fillies who broke their

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NOTES FROM THE BLUEGRASS

By Alicia Hughes for NTRA — LEXINGTON, Ky — If the objective heading into his final pre-Breeders’ Cup workout was to fill Maxfield’s mind with

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KEE ADDRESSES BREAKDOWNS

By Frank Angst for BLOODHORSE — With a problematic start to the fall meet at Keeneland in terms of equine safety, track officials are working

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A PILLAR OF STRENGTH

Hope we’re not getting in a rut here, but on Saturday we were attracted to the “other Chad” in a pair of stakes races. In

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JESSAMINE QUITE A PUZZLER

There’s nothing like a starting gate full of juvenile fillies going long on the grass around two turns at Keeneland. Think trips are going to

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