Horse Racing News

Bulldog Hanover, who last year became the fastest horse in harness racing history, is the sport's first unanimous selection for Horse of the Year.
Baffert will miss his second consecutive Kentucky Derby after a federal judge denied his request to lift his two-year suspension by Churchill Downs Inc.
Hall of Fame horse trainer John Veitch, who trained Alydar to narrow losses in all three Triple Crown races against rival Affirmed in 1978, has died at the age of 77.
Newgate won the $200,000 Robert B. Lewis Stakes, with Bob Baffert as the trainer of all four horses in the Kentucky Derby prep race at Santa Anita.
Trainer Bob Baffert says in federal court that Churchill Downs did not give advance notice nor reach out to explain its two-year suspension.
Six-year-old Art Collector pull off an upset win in the $3 million Pegasus World Cup at Gulfstream Park, pushing his earnings to about $4.1 million
Flightline the now-retired winner of last year's Breeders' Cup Classic to cap an unbeaten six-race career - won Horse of the Year as well as the Eclipse as top Older Dirt Male at the Eclipse Awards on Thursday night.
Trainer Bob Baffert's one-year ban in New York has ended, allowing him to again enter his horses into races. He still is banned by Churchill Downs Inc.
Exercise rider Daniel Quintero died while working with horses Saturday morning in an accident at a Florida track. He was 19 years old.
Jockey Manny Franco tied a New York Racing Association record with six victories on Friday's nine-race card at Aqueduct.
 
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