Horse Racing News

Live racing Sunday and Monday at Aqueduct has been canceled due to extreme cold, the New York Racing Association announced Sunday morning.
In the nick of time, Daddys Lil Darling became a Grade 1 winner in Saturday's $301,380 American Oaks for 3-year-old fillies at Santa Anita.
The final five races of Saturday's card at Aqueduct were canceled after the jockeys refused to ride, citing a concern over the condition of the main track.
Run Time proved that distance is the great equalizer when stepping up off a first-level allowance/optional-claiming victory to upset Grade 1 winner Bullards Alley in Saturday's two-mile H. Allen Jerkens Stakes at Gulfstream Park.
Laurel Park canceled its final three races Saturday after two horses fell during the gallop-outs of their respective races.
Midnight Crossing proved impossible to catch in Saturday's Robert Frankel Stakes for fillies and mares on turf at Santa Anita, rewarding jockey Brice Blanc's decision to put the longshot on an early lead.
Giant Expectations may start in an eight-figure race after winning Tuesday's Grade 2 San Antonio Stakes at Santa Anita.
Trainer Mark Casse will have two fillies, Heavenly Love and Wonder Gadot, in New Orleans for the first 3-year-old dirt-route stakes of the Fair Grounds season on Jan. 13, but both might not run in the same race.
The Grade 2 San Antonio, at a mile and one-sixteenth, was supposed to be batting practice for Collected, whose date in the Pegasus World Cup has been chiseled in stone for months.
Unique Bella's speed has been her biggest asset, but in the Breeders' Cup it became her biggest liability.
 
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