Horse Racing News

Trainer Wayne Lukas, who has run 48 horses in the Kentucky Derby, more than any other trainer, has another, provided Bravazo comes through the next 10 weeks in good order.
Ms Locust Point galloped to her first graded victory in the $300,000 Barbara Fritchie at Laurel Park on Saturday, going straight to the front under jockey Jorge Vargas Jr. and posting an easy 4 1/2-length score.
Fault, the 4-year-old filly who raced throughout the Midwest and East Coast last year, left Phil D'Amato impressed with her morning exercise shortly after she joined his stable earlier this year.
The gate popped open for the Grade 2, $200,000 Rachel Alexandra Stakes on Saturday at Fair Grounds, and odds-on favorite Monomoy Girl spun her wheels.
True to his name, The Player appears to have been playing around during his races, losing focus during key points when his mind should have been bent on competing.
Mitchell Lamb from TAB.com.au reason why a horse that hasn't won for 853 days should be part of your weekend portfolio.
Unique Bella crushed her four Santa Maria opponents by nine lengths Saturday at Santa Anita Parl, under a hold, and still earned a heady Beyer Figure of 109.
The mutuel field closed as a clear-cut favorite over the nearly inseparable duo of Good Magic and Bolt d'Oro after three days of betting into Pool 2 of the 2018 Kentucky Derby Future Wager.
Jerry Hollendorfer and his staff have gotten Unique Bella to slow down in the morning, and that has made the champion filly even more dangerous than she already was in the afternoon.
Dona Bruja gave every indication that this could be her year when the Argentine-bred mare was an easy winner Saturday in the 19th running of the Grade 3, $150,000 Endeavour Stakes at Tampa Bay Downs.
 
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