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The Sports Network Finishing second in the Kentucky Derby in the slop proved to be extremely taxing for Golden Soul. The 3-year-old, trained by Dallas Stewart, is preparing for a start in the Belmont Stakes at his trainer's Churchill Downs barn. "He
Horse Racing Csaba, a winner of five stakes races in South Florida since last July, and Rule Number Six, the impressive winner of a recent Calder Casino & Race Course stakes, will meet for the first time Saturday in the $75,000 Memorial Handicap.
Stories Restaurant chain Der Wienerschnitzel has come under fire after a three-year-old boy in San Diego found a picture of a naked woman in his children's meal calendar. Dallas Stewart said he was shocked when his young son peeled off a sticker from
The Sports Network Two of the key Kentucky Derby prep races held at Fair Ground Racecourse will receive purse increases in the upcoming meeting. The Risen Star and Lecomte Stakes are slated for boosts in anticipation of the track's 141st season. The
Champagne d'Oro, winner of the Grade I Acorn and Test, was timed by the Churchill clockers going five furlongs in 593/5 seconds second-fastest of 34 at the distance under Miguel Mena, who will ride the 3-year-old filly in the Filly & Mare Sprint.
In Saturday's $600,000 Stephen Foster Handicap at Churchill Downs, he can join the retired Lava Man on an even more rarified front: as the only horses to win GradeI races on dirt, grass and synthetic surfaces. General Quarters -- snapped up by owner-
Torres rode 12-1 Free Fighter to a two-length victory over Bearpath in Saturday's $113,800, Grade III Louisville Handicap, with 2009 winner Brass Hat another 1 lengths back in third. "Not only is it a great feeling, but I want trainers here to know
You would think Stephanie Clark was talking about the Kentucky Derby rather than Saturday's $100,000 Louisville Handicap, given the emotion in her voice. But if Silverfoot, the 10-year-old gelding she bred and owns, can win the GradeIII stakes at 1
Horse of the Year Rachel Alexandra has put in a final workout before her 2010 debut in Saturday's New Orleans Ladies at the Fair Grounds in New Orleans. The 4-year-old filly breezed 4 furlongs in 49 seconds under regular exercise rider Dominic Terry
Bold Favorite in 1968-69 and Hodge in 1915-16 � in a race that became a handicap event in 1902. The 4-year-old Macho Again, who beat Einstein in winning Churchill's GradeI Stephen Foster in June, could become the first to take both the Foster and