Headlines for Saturday, December 10, 2011

  • Killer Graces and Joe Talamo take the Hollywood Starlet.

    Killer Graces Nails Hollywood Starlet Upset

    Killer Graces, the most experienced filly in the field, grabbed the lead near mid-stretch and held off Charm the Maker for her first graded stakes win in the $402,000 Hollywood Starlet (gr. I) Dec. 10 at Hollywood Park.

  • Hong Kong Interview - Nelson Clemmens

    Simon Burgess talks to Nelson Clemmens, CEO of AmWest Entertainment about the role of AmWest in bringing Hong Kong racing to America, and the features of AmWest.

  • Hong Kong - Alain de Royer-Dupre

    Simon Burgess talks with trainer Alain de Royer-Dupre who has Vadamar in the Hong Kong Vase.Sponsored by AmWest

  • Hong Kong Interview - Rod Collet

    Simon Burgess talks with trainer Rod Collet, whose filly Sahpresa runs in the Hong Kong Mile.Sponsored by AmWest

  • Hong Kong Interview - Nelson Clemmens

    Simon Burgess talks to Nelson Clemmens, CEO of AmWest Entertainment about the role of AmWest in bringing Hong Kong racing to America, and the features of AmWest.

  • Hong Kong Interview - Ed Dunlop

    Simon Burgess talks with trainer Ed Dunlop whose Red Cadeaux runs in the Hong Kong Vase. Sponsored by AmWest

  • Hong Kong Interview - Caspar Fownes

    Simon Burgess talks with trainer Caspar Fownes, who has Thumbs Up and Super Satin in the Hong Kong Vase, Green Birdie and Lucky Nine in the Hong Kong Sprint, and Fair Trade in the Hong Kong Mile. Sponsored by AmWest

  • Hong Kong Interview - Saeed bin Suroor

    Simon Burgess talks with Trainer Saeed bin Suroor, whose charge Campanologist runs in the Hong Kong Vase for Godolphin. Sponsored by AmWest

  • State Wants Ohio VLT Lawsuit Dismissed

    The office of Ohio Attorney General Michael DeWine filed papers in Franklin County Common Pleas Court Dec. 9 to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the Ohio Roundtable, a group that opposes racetrack VLTs.

  • Cirrus des Aigles

    Can Cirrus des Aigles Upset Bluebloods Again?

    Cirrus des Aigles is a rather commonly bred 5-year-old gelding and, after finishing seventh in last year's Hong Kong Cup (HK-I), few would have given him a chance for international stardom.