Nicks Doubles Up With Juvenile Pair in FSS Dr. Fager

Trainer Ralph Nicks has become a major Florida Sire Stakes player in recent years, saddling the winners of six races since 2016 in the series for 2-year-olds sired by accredited stallions standing in Florida. Read more: www.bloodhorse.com

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Racist Comment By Kentucky Horseman Tom VanMeter Condemned – Horse Racing News – Paulick Report

Racist Comment By Kentucky Horseman Tom VanMeter Condemned – Horse Racing News Paulick Report Read more:

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Natural Attraction First Winner for Golden Years

O’Sullivan Farms and Huntertown Farm’s Natural Attraction represented the first winner for the O’Sullivan Farms stallion Golden Years July 4 at Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Racecourse. Read more: www.bloodhorse.com

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Keeneland Applies to Run Summer Meet July 8-12

Keeneland has submitted a request to the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission’s Race Dates Committee for a five-day summer meet of spectatorless racing from July 8-12, the Lexington track announced May 22. Read more: www.bloodhorse.com

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Vaulcluse Delivers War Front Filly on Foal Patrol

Vaulcluse, a 15-year-old mare owned by Gainesway Farm, delivered a filly by stallion War Front at 9:36 p.m. on March 24 at Gainesway as part of the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame’s Foal Patrol Season 3. Read more: www.bloodhorse.com

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First Foal for Always Dreaming is a Filly

WinStar Farm’s 2017 Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (G1) winner Always Dreaming sired his first reported foal Jan. 6 when a filly was born at Delia Nash’s Dromingrove Farm. Read more: www.bloodhorse.com

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Keeler Johnson's Kentucky Derby 145 Selections

J. Keeler Johnson handicaps the 2019 Kentucky Derby. Read more: www.bloodhorse.com

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Trainer Peter Miller Scores 1,000th Victory

Although he has been successful in all kinds of divisions, in recent years the 52-year-old trainer has excelled in grass sprints, not only on a daily basis at Santa Anita Park and Del Mar, but at the highest level on the planet. Read more: www.bloodhorse.com

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Bound For Nowhere Handles Stretch Out in Tourist Mile

Bound for Nowhere prevailed in the day’s richest stakes, defeating Great Wide Open by a length in the featured $681,400 Tourist Mile. Read more: www.bloodhorse.com

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Horse racing: With Pimlico aging, Preakness wonders what is the best path ahead – SaukValley.com

SaukValley.com Horse racing: With Pimlico aging, Preakness wonders what is the best path aheadSaukValley.comBALTIMORE – Pimlico Race Course is all gussied up again this week, ready to host the Preakness on a day that will enable the 148-year-old track to survive another year. Old Hilltop is showing its age, however, and it will cost more than a quarter … Read more:

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