Horse Racing News

Blazing Sevens has been withdrawn from the Kentucky Derby, allowing Jace's Road into the 20-horse field for the 149th running on May 6 at Churchill Downs.
Churchill Downs is planning a series of celebrations and fan experiences leading up to the 150th Kentucky Derby in May 2024.
Corach Rambler, the 8-1 favorite, produced a strong finish to win the Grand National after the world-famous horse race was delayed for 15 minutes because animal rights activists scaled fences and got onto the track.
Practical Move held off Japan's Mandarin Hero by a nose to win the $750,000 Santa Anita Derby and solidify his status as a top contender in next month's Kentucky Derby.
The first anti-doping program for racehorses in the United States has been delayed for at least one month, at is awaits approval from a federal oversight agency.
Jockey Yuga Kawada guided Ushba Tesoro from the back of the field to win the $12 million Dubai World Cup for Japan.
Tim Yakteen got the best of his former boss, Bob Baffert, with Practical Move's 2 1/2-length victory in the $400,000 San Felipe Stakes at Santa Anita on Saturday, calling the horse "just a gifted, gifted individual."
Panthalassa led all the way to win the $20 million Saudi Cup by three-quarters of a length on Saturday night, relegating trainer Bob Baffert's horse, Country Grammer, to second place for the second straight year.
The Breeders' Cup has selected Del Mar to host the world championships next year, the third time it will stage the season-ending graded stakes races.
Steve Asmussen -- already the all-time winningest trainer in the United States and Canada -- became the first trainer with 10,000 victories in North America on Monday, when Bet He's Ready won the fifth race at Oaklawn Park.
 
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