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Making his first start since his hot, hard fought victory in the G1 Haskell Stakes, Kentucky Derby first Maximum Security returned from a 98-day layup
The Breeders’ Cup has something in common with afternoon delight. Even when they are not terrific, they are still pretty darn good. Only a publicist
Plenty of great European turf horses have come along in the half century Thoroughbred racing has been my life, especially since the 1984 advent of
We have no idea who might have been building a false sense of drama as to which race Omaha Beach would run in after Richard
How many ways does racing want to reach into bettors’ pockets? The catalyst for this question is a fairly recent pitch on automated betting machines.
All that any racing fan or gambler has been talking about since Saturday was the amazing return of star-crossed Kentucky Derby favorite Omaha Beach. Can’t
The recent high-visibility removal of jockey Mike Smith from the mount on likely BC Classic favorite McKinzie has fueled speculation among the bored and restless.
We have stated this previously: On a day like Saturday I feel sorry for all sports fans who don’t get it about thoroughbred racing. And
Where does one begin this graded stakes Breeders’ Cup prep weekend? At Belmont Park, where the headliners are the G1 Joe Hirsch Turf Classic and