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Malathaat’s ‘Impressive’ Full Sister Julia Shining Will Make Stakes Debut In Demoiselle

Stonestreet Stables’ Kentucky homebred Julia Shining, a full sister to Champion 3-Year-Old Filly and Grade 1 Breeders’ Cup Distaff winner Malathaat, will make the step up to stakes company for her first try against winners in Saturday’s Grade 2, $250,000 Demoiselle, a nine-furlong main track test for juvenile fillies, at Aqueduct Racetrack. The Demoiselle, which […]

‘She’s Kind Of An Iron Horse’: Battle Bling Heads Field Of 11 In Go For Wand

Michael Dubb and Gandharvi’s graded-stakes winner Battle Bling will look to add to her spoils when she headlines a talented field of 11 in Saturday’s Grade 3, $200,000 Go for Wand, a one-turn mile for fillies and mares 3-years-old and up at Aqueduct Racetrack. The Go for Wand, slated for Race 8, is part of […]

Malibu Moonshine Returns In Maryland Juvenile Fillies, Faces MM Lassie Winner Chickieness

Happy Face Racing Stable’s Malibu Moonshine, scratched as a top contender from last month’s Maryland Million with a fever, returns to Laurel Park to make her Maryland and stakes debut in Saturday’s $100,000 Maryland Juvenile Fillies. The 36th running of the Juvenile Fillies and 41st edition of the $100,000 Maryland Juvenile, both seven-furlong sprints for […]

‘We’ll See If He Can Step It Up’: Johnyz From Albany Faces Six Rivals In Saturday’s Maryland Juvenile

Charles J. Reed’s homebred Johnyz From Albany, coming off a career-best performance, will face six rivals led by undefeated Post Time as he goes after a second straight stakes victory in Saturday’s $100,000 Maryland Juvenile at Laurel Park. The 41st running of the Maryland Juvenile co-headlines a nine-race program with the 36th edition of the […]

High Hopes At Oaklawn: Barber Road ‘Has Made A Very Big Physical Change From The Summer’

Barber Road returned to Oaklawn bigger and stronger. The hope now, trainer John Ortiz said Monday afternoon, is his new look translates into a new result in upcoming months. Following a grueling campaign that featured several near misses for a breakthrough victory earlier this year in Hot Springs, Barber Road is targeting the $200,000 Tinsel […]

Winning Time Holds Off 81-1 Longshot In Pennsylvania Nursery

Pewter Stable homebred Winning Time, coming off an 11-length debut win at Parx Racing for trainer Kathleen Demasi on Nov. 7, held off 81-1 longshot Veeson by three-quarters of a length in Tuesday’s $200,000 Pennsylvania Nursery Stakes for 2-year-old state-breds at the Bensalem, Pa., track. Ridden by Silvestre Gonzalez, Winning Time ran the seven-furlong distance […]

Japan: T O Keynes Aims For Repeat In Champions Cup On Dirt

The Grade 1 Champions Cup takes place on Sunday, Dec. 4, at Chukyo Racecourse, just outside of Nagoya in central Japan. It will be the 23rd running of the race, which was previously known as the Japan Cup Dirt. First run in 2000 at Tokyo over 2,100 meters, the race has had a number of […]

‘Going To Be Sad To See Him Gone:’ 13-Time Stakes Winner Whereshetoldmetogo Retired

Brittany Russell will enter the final month of Laurel Park’s calendar year-ending fall meet leading all trainers in both wins and purses earned, but without one of her barn favorites. Multiple stakes winner Whereshetoldmetogo, scratched as the program favorite and defending champion in Laurel’s $75,000 Howard and Sondra Bender Memorial Nov. 25, has been retired […]

Two-Time Hong Kong Vase Winner Aidan O’Brien Sends Out Formidable Trio In 2022 Edition

Aidan O’Brien is no stranger to world record-breaking achievements at the very highest level so when he targets a 2022 LONGINES Hong Kong International Races event with three super horses, rival claimants will inevitably beware. More so perhaps because O’Brien has captured the G1 LONGINES Hong Kong Vase (2400 meters, or 1 1/2 miles) three […]