• Tiz a Slam opens up to a 3 1/4-length lead in the Ontario Derby at Woodbine

    Tiz a Slam Gets Redemption in Ontario Derby

    Chiefswood Stable's homebred Tiz a Slam exacted revenge over Holy Helena with a 3 1/4-length victory in Woodbine's $125,000 Ontario Derby (G3) Oct. 15, after finishing second to the filly in the Queen's Plate earlier in the summer.

  • Curlin's Approval draws off to a a 4 3/4-length score in the Barely Even Handicap

    Curlin's Approval Performs as Expected in Barely Even

    Curlin's Approval pushed her earnings to over $500,000 in Gulfstream Park's Barely Even Handicap Oct. 1—a race her trainer Happy Alter previously said he was using as a "backyard prep" for the Nov. 4 Breeders' Cup Filly and Mare Sprint (G1).

  • Coal Front sails to a half-length victory in the Gallant Bob at Parx

    Coal Front Digs In to Win Gallant Bob Stakes

    Coal Front looked beaten as he sprinted down the Parx Racing homestretch in the $300,000 Gallant Bob Stakes (G3) Sept. 23, but the son of Stay Thirsty was able to come back to win by a half-length.

  • Capla Temptress gets a 3/4-length victory over Dixie Moon in the Natalma

    Capla Temptress Earns Breeders' Cup Berth in Natalma

    Exploding down the stretch while coming from well off the pace, Irish-bred invader Capla Temptress took the $250,000 Natalma Stakes (G1T) Sept. 17 in her North American debut, stamping her ticket to the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf.

  • Malagacy takes the Rebel Stakes by two lengths in March

    Malagacy to Return to Training After Layoff

    Given the summer off, Sumaya U.S. Stable's Malagacy is expected to soon return to the barn of trainer Todd Pletcher, owner Oussama Aboughazale said Sept. 17 while attending the Keeneland September yearling sale.

  • Heart to Heart took the grade 2 Bernard Baruch on the yielding Mellon turf course at Saratoga

    Heart to Heart Cruises to Bernard Baruch Score

    During Saratoga Race Course's closing day Sept. 4, Terry Hamilton's Heart to Heart asserted himself as the pacesetter coming off the first turn in the $250,000 Bernard Baruch Stakes (G2T), and crossed the finish line unpressured.

  • Vertical Oak wins the Prioress by 5 1/4 lengths at Saratoga Race Course

    Vertical Oak Splashes Home in Prioress

    With the remnants of Hurricane Harvey pushing through the Northeast Sept. 3, trainer Steve Asmussen's Vertical Oak drew off to a 5 1/4-length victory in a very sloppy edition of the $250,000 Prioress Stakes (G2) at Saratoga Race Course.

  • Catholic Boy runs down Irish Territory to win the With Anticipation by a length

    Catholic Boy Prevails in With Anticipation

    In his second start, Robert LaPenta's Catholic Boy posted a 12-1 upset, rallying from midpack to take the $150,000 With Anticipation Stakes (G3T) for 2-year-olds by one length Aug. 30 at Saratoga Race Course. 

  • Boss Move romps by 7 1/2 lengths in her second start at Del Mar Aug. 25

    Boss Move First Winner for Turbo Compressor

    After finishing second by 5 1/4 lengths at Del Mar in her debut, Boss Move returned to romp in her second start by 7 1/2 lengths in a maiden claiming race Aug. 25 to become the first winner for freshman sire Turbo Compressor.

  • Dak Attack and Robby Albarado make a move from mid-pack to win the Ellis Park Juvenile

    Dak Attack Victorious in Ellis Park Juvenile

    Albaugh Family Stable and Brereton Jones' Dak Attack took full advantage of a fast pace, coming from sixth to score his first stakes victory in the $75,000 Ellis Park Juvenile going seven furlongs Aug. 20 at the Kentucky track.

  • March X Press gallops home with her ears pricked in the Bolton Landing Stakes at Saratoga Race Course

    March X Press Unleashed in Bolton Landing

    Golconda Stables' March X Press unleashed an explosive move in deep stretch of the Bolton Landing Stakes at Saratoga Race Course Aug. 16 to pick up her second victory in as many starts for trainer Todd Pletcher.

  • Mach One Rules wins the 2017 Mt. Rainier Stakes with Isaias Enriquez aboard

    Mach One Rules Made Heavyweight in Longacres Mile

    R.E.V. Racing's Mach One Rules is slated to carry the top weight in the Aug. 13 Longacres Mile Handicap (G3) against a field of 11 other older males that includes multiple graded stakes winner Stryker Phd and last year's Mile winner Point Piper.

  • Green Mask wins the 5 1/2-furlong Troy Handicap in 1:00.49

    Green Mask Rolls to Troy Handicap Victory

    Abdullah Saeed Almaddah's Green Mask rolled to victory in the 5 1/2-furlong  $250,000 Troy Handicap over the Saratoga Race Course turf in a speedy 1:00.49, just three one-hundredths off the course record.

  • Apple Betty with John Velazquez wins the River Memories at Belmont Park July 9

    Apple Betty, Suffused Head Deep Waya Field

    Five fillies and mares that competed in the River Memories Stakes at Belmont Park in early July will return in the $200,000 Fasig-Tipton Waya Stakes (G3T) at Saratoga Race Course Aug. 5, including the top three finishers.

  • Money Multiplier takes the Monmouth Stakes in his season debut

    Money Multiplier Breaks Through in Monmouth Stakes

    Going off as the 4-5 favorite in his first start of the year, Money Multiplier ran as expected for trainer Chad Brown to win over five others in the $200,000 Monmouth Stakes (G2T) July 30 and earn his first graded stakes victory.

  • Inflexibility gallops on the Tapeta at Woodbine

    Inflexibility, Enstone Vie in Wonder Where

    Trainer Chad Brown will send Inflexibility up against a field of six others, including Bison City Stakes winner Enstone, in the $225,000 Wonder Where Stakes for 3-year-old fillies foaled in Canada July 30.

  • Pink Lloyd opens up a 2 1/4-length lead at the wire in the Vigil at Woodbine

    Pink Lloyd Adds Vigil to Woodbine Win Streak

    Entourage Stable's Pink Lloyd keeps rolling this year for Canadian Hall of Fame trainer Bob Tiller as the 5-year-old gelding adds the July 16 Vigil Stakes (G3) at Woodbine while picking up his first graded stakes.

  • Pure Silver came home 1 1/2 lengths in front of the favorite I Still Miss You

    Pure Silver Goes Gate-to-Wire in Lynbrook

    Going off as a four-horse race, the $100,000 Lynbrook Stakes at Belmont Park for New York-bred 2-year-old fillies was nothing short of a match race on paper, but in the end it was Todd Pletcher-trained Pure Silver who prevailed July 16.

  • Kimberlea K, with jockey Frank Alvarado aboard, wins the Everett Nevin Stakes in her second start

    Kimberlea K First Stakes Winner for Indian Evening

    Kimberlea K, the first winner for her sire Indian Evening, is now two-for-two and her sire's first black-type stakes winner after outrunning a group of eight males in the July 8 Everett Nevin Stakes at Oak Tree at Pleasonton. 

  • Without being asked, Surrender Now draws away to an eight-length victory in the Landaluce

    Surrender Now First Stakes Winner for Morning Line

    With an incredible turn of foot, Rockingham Ranch's Surrender Now opened up to an eight-length victory in the $100,000 Landaluce Stakes at Santa Anita Park July 2 to become the first stakes winner for her sire Morning Line.

  • Aldous Snow (outside) overtakes Bullards Alley near the wire to win the Singspiel by a neck

    Aldous Snow Gets Third Singspiel Victory

    In his 8-year-old debut, Aldous Snow ran down second choice Bullards Alley to win the $125,000 Singspiel Stakes (G3T) over the Woodbine turf for a third time. The victory marked the Theatrical (IRE) gelding's fifth running in the 1 1/2-mile race.

  • Ever So Clever training at Churchill Downs ahead of the Kentucky Oaks

    Ever So Clever Co-Highweight in Iowa Oaks

    In her first race since an off-the-board-effort in the Longines Kentucky Oaks (G1), Clearview Stables' Ever So Clever will take on a field of nine other 3-year-old fillies in the $200,000 Iowa Oaks (G3) July 6.

  • Forever Unbridled will look to further improve from last season

    Forever Unbridled to Return in Fleur de Lis

    Multiple grade 1 winner and last year's Longines Breeders' Cup Distaff (G1) third place finisher Forever Unbridled is scheduled to return after seven months in the $200,000 Fleur de Lis (G2) at Churchill Downs June 17.