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Luck in the City ran a much-improved second in return from an almost three-month break; will be a much shorter price today. Fall Into Faith finally broke her maiden in 22nd start but can make it two in a row vs. these. Castles Burning has breezed
Pharmaceuticals, Sensile Medical to develop heart failure treatment scPharmaceuticals has entered into a strategic partnership and product development agreement with Sensile Medical to develop a new therapeutic option for patients with heart failure.
The anti-bleeding medication Lasix, also known as Salix, is banned as a raceday treatment in most countries but is widely used in the United States, usually about four hours before a horse competes. The Breeders Cup board voted last week not to
G W's Hammer failed in return from two month layoff against better; sheds blinkers and gets timid vote in open heat. Imaginary Island makes second start back dropping back in with claimers. You Tarzan weakened to fifth in debut on Jan.10; barn is 29%
Bluegrass Rumor has been freshened up since being claimed by Galluscio (19%) on Dec...House on Toilsomeis just 1-for-19 in career but gets a trainer change and might wake up at this level. The Winged Venus was caught wide in last when beaten just
Tape It finished second as the chalk in similar spot last month after wide trip; can atone in this spot. Brother Bobjust held on to break maiden sprinting in the mud; could be the one to catch. Perfect Sundayimproved to break his maiden with blinkers
No less than leading trainer Bob Baffert has said several times, more in disgust than jest about the new rules, that if the Lasix ban remains, he will advise his owners to stop buying horses. But the grumbling previously has been more tiptoeing than
On the first day new rules for administering the anti-bleeder medication Lasix went into affect in Kentucky, a horse who was not supposed to receive the drug was given a pre-race shot by accident on the opening day of the Keeneland Fall Meet.
Thoroughbred industry leaders, angered that new medication rules set to take effect next month were blocked Monday by Kentucky lawmakers, are firing back. The Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association and The Jockey Club issued a joint statement
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