Horse Racing News on February 5, 2010
The deck was stacked against Misremembered in the seven-furlong Malibu Stakes on Dec. 26, opening day of the Santa Anita winter meet.
Star Guitar and Superior Storm bring remarkable records into Saturday night's $1 million Louisiana Premier Night program of stakes at Delta Downs.
A Kentucky legislator has introduced a bill that would place a one-half percent tax on all wagers made by Kentucky residents through account-wagering operations, according to legislative records.
Mast Track and Richard's Kid are headed in two completely different directions, both during and after the Grade 2 San Antonio Handicap on Sunday at Santa Anita.
Quality Road has probably gained more attention to this point in his roller-coaster career for races he did not compete in than those he did.
Win Willy could meet the last three winners of the $100,000 Essex Handicap on Saturday at Oaklawn.
Digger could be disqualified from first place in the $70,000 Fire Plug Stakes at Laurel Park on Jan. 16 as the result of a preliminary postrace test showing the presence of a banned substance.
Conveyance, the undefeated winner of the Grade 3 San Rafael Stakes at Santa Anita on Jan. 16, worked six furlongs in 1:13.20 on Thursday, and is a candidate for the $150,000 Sham Stakes here on Feb. 27, trainer Bob Baffert said.
Square Eddie, the winner of the Grade 1 Breeders' Futurity in 2008 in his American debut, has been retired to stud with a suspensory injury, owner Paul Reddam said on Friday.
No horseman is going to fret about having a fast horse in the barn. But when you're trying to get a 3-year-old onto the Kentucky Derby trail, is it possible to have a horse that's too fast?