Headlines for Tuesday, July 24, 2001

  • Buster's Daydream Looks To Top Sanford

    Buster's Daydream has some serious momentum going into the Sanford Stakes (gr. II) at Saratoga Race Course. But the going will get tough when he takes on five rivals, including Heavyweight Champ, Draw Play, and Proud Citizen, in Thursday's $100,000 Sanford.

  • Interacting With NYRA Chief Schwartz

    Barry K. Schwartz, chairman of the New York Racing Association, will participate in a Guest Forum tonight, Tuesday, July 24, from 5:00-6:00 p.m. (EDT).

  • Perhaps the mornings are the most memorable at historic Saratoga.

    Sensuous Saratoga: A Life-Enhancing Experience

    This season don't go to Saratoga for the races. Forget about winning a bundle or betting on a longshot. Go there to live your life better. Breathe in the comfort of tradition. See the splendor of summer. Find happiness. And begin to see the world differently.

  • Churchill Downs president Alex Waldrop: "I'm afraid what we're finding is that Kentucky is no longer at the forefront of racing."

    Officials: Kentucky Losing Too Much Ground

    During a Tuesday morning hearing one legislator called "an eye-opener," representatives from Kentucky's horse racing and breeding industry outlined its current status and the economic challenges it faces. And it wasn't a pretty picture.

  • Overbrook Farm stallion Editor's Note.

    First Winner for Editor's Note

    Classic winner Editor's Note gained his first winner from his 13th starter when Overbrook Farm's Short Note won a maiden claiming race Monday at Delaware Park.

  • Viewpoints at Keeneland

    Quotes from consignors, buyers, and sales company officials at the 2001 Keeneland July Selected Yearling sale

  • Shaping Opinion

    <i>By Mel Moser</i> -- Since the Triple Crown TV ratings were announced, everyone has been offering their opinion on what the ratings really mean. While the significant increases are welcome, they are only tangentially related to the real question.

  • Handicapping Tips

    <i>By Ray Paulick</i> -- The NTRA said fan education is important, but it apparently has been put on the back burner.