Breeders' Cup Extends HRA Nomination Discount Deadline

Due to changes in racetrack schedules and auction sales dates as a result of COVID-19 restrictions, the Breeders’ Cup announced today that it is extending the discount deadline for horses of racing age to Saturday, Aug. 15. Read more: www.bloodhorse.com

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Drazin Facing Uncertain Times at Monmouth

While Monmouth Park planned for 56 days of racing in 2020, that number has been reduced to 36 and opening day at the Jersey Shore was gradually pushed back from May 2 to July 3. Read more: www.bloodhorse.com

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British Racing to Close to Public in Coming Days

The partial shutdown of British racing due to the coronavirus pandemic began on the evening of March 15 as the British Horseracing Authority announced fixtures are likely to be run without spectators from later this week. Read more: www.bloodhorse.com

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4 Things You Should Know About Horse Racing – Tech Times

4 Things You Should Know About Horse Racing Tech Times Read more: www.techtimes.com

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Saratoga Offers Racing a Chance to 'Reset the Clock'

As much as memories of the Fourth of the July are still fresh in the mind, the 156th season at Saratoga Race Course starts July 11 and the meet’s earliest start since 1882 could not have come at a better time. Read more: www.bloodhorse.com

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Marconi Gets Second Straight Stakes Win in Flat Out

Marconi added a second consecutive stakes victory to his resume in the rescheduled Flat Out Stakes May 9 at Belmont Park. Read more: www.bloodhorse.com

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Weather Adversely Affects Pegasus World Cup Handle

With three of the day’s 12 races switched from the turf course to the main track and a total of 25 scratches, total wagering checked in at $37,786,967, the lowest handle of the three editions of the Pegasus.  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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Still There to Take On Seasoned Group in Gallant Bloom

PT and K Stable’s lightly raced Still There is set to contend with a field of six other seasoned older fillies and mares in the $300,000 Gallant Bloom Handicap (G2) Sept. 23 at Belmont Park to prove her recent grade 1 effort was no fluke. Read more: www.bloodhorse.com

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