Horse Racing News on March 31, 2018

Former Louisville coach Rick Pitino, who has vowed never to return to the state of Kentucky, said he won't attend the May 4 Kentucky Oaks, even though his filly Coach Rocks will run in the race.
Audible rolled to his fourth straight victory, scoring an impressive win in the Grade 1 Florida Derby to earn 100 points in the Kentucky Derby standings, more than enough to clinch a spot in the field.
Thunder Snow upset prerace favorite West Coast to capture the Dubai World Cup on Saturday by more than five lengths.
No trainers have sent more horses to the Kentucky Derby than D. Wayne Lukas and Todd Pletcher, which may bode well for Jonathan Thomas.
Arrogate started the Dubai World Cup from the ninth gate last year and won.

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