Headlines for Thursday, May 20, 2010

  • THS: Louisville Handicap

    Jason, Tom, and Rich Nilsen of twinspires.com preview the Louisville Handicap (gr. III).

  • THS: Louisville Handicap

    Jason, Tom, and Rich Nilsen of twinspires.com preview the Louisville Handicap (gr. III). Download Brisnet Past Performances for the Louisville Handicap.

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    Winslow Homer Back to Work

    Winslow Homer, the impressive 3-year-old who won the Holy Bull (gr. III) before being sidelined with a stress fracture in his cannon bone, had his first series of works since returning to the track during the past week.

  • Ivan Denisovich Sires First Winner

    Ivan Denisovich, an English group II winner and a grade I stakes performer in the United States, was represented by his initial winner when his son Premier Clarets won May 20 at Haydock in England.

  • Mike Smith will ride Drosselmeyer in the Belmont Stakes.

    Smith to Ride Drosselmeyer in Belmont

    Drosselmeyer, who has been graded stakes-placed in his last two starts under Kent Desormeaux, will get a new rider for the Belmont Stakes (gr. I). The colt will be ridden by Mike Smith in the third leg of the Triple Crown.

  • Bay to Bay leads a field of nine 3-year-old fillies entered for the American 1000 Guineas at Arlington Park.

    American 1000 Guineas Draws Field of Nine

    Graded stakes winner Bay to Bay leads a field of nine in the American 1000 Guineas May 22 at Arlington Park. The race will be run at one mile on turf and share the spotlight with its male counterpart the Arlington Classic.

  • Ahmed Zayat

    Fifth Third Seeks Zayat's Personal Records

    In the latest round in the legal battle between Fifth Third Bank and Zayat Stables, the bank is seeking to subpoena the personal banking records of Ahmed Zayat to determine if he has used corporate assets for personal use.