The Kentucky Court of Appeals has remanded the Instant Racing case to Franklin County Circuit Court after vacating that court's findings.
Trainer John Gosden talks about his prospects for this year's Royal Ascot meet. Watch Video
Trainer John Gosden talks about his prospects for this year's Royal Ascot meet.
Allegations that horses were purposely held at the start of the 2010 All American Futurity won by Mr Piloto are being disputed by Ruidoso Downs management.
Indiana Downs got the go-ahead to resume training June 16 and live racing June 18 after the Indiana Horse Racing Commission ruled horsemen's assertions the dirt surface is unsafe were "unfounded and uncorroborated."
A filly by Exclusive Quality and colts by Bernstein and Unbridled's Song sped eighths in :10 flat, fastest at the distance at the first session of the Under Tack Show for Ocala Breeders' Sales Company's 2012 June sale.
Trainer Peter Moody talks about Black Caviar's preparations for running at Royal Ascot.
Trainer Robert Gorham saddled his 1,000th career winner June 15, sending out Banning to a 6 1/2-length win under Jeffrey Skerrett in the fourth race at Thistledown.
Trainer Robert Gorham, 57, saddled his 1,000th career winner Friday, sending out Banning to a 6 1/2-length win under Jeffrey Skerrett in Thistledown's 4TH race. The gelded son of Stephen Got Even is owned by Gorham's sister, Marion Gorham.
Trainer Marco Botti talks about his Royal Ascot horses, Jakkalberry, who runs in the Hardwicke Stakes, and Planteur, who runs in the Prince of Wales's Stakes.
A star-studded party has been scheduled to raise funds for two charities that help disabled jockeys and others involved in horse racing.
Canterbury Park raised purses 35% and added a $150,000 stakes after the Minnesota Racing Commission approved a purse and marketing pact between the racetrack and the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community.
Augustin Stable's homebred Coup arrived at Churchill Downs on Thursday from trainer Graham Motion's base at Fair Hill Training Center to seek her second stakes win in Saturday's 43rd running of the Grade 3, $100,000 Regret.
Canterbury Park's purses have increased by approximately 35 percent following Wednesday's approval by the Minnesota Racing Commission of a cooperative marketing and purse enhancement agreement between Canterbury Park and the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community (SMSC). The purse structure will be enhanced by $2.6 million this season and approximately $75 million total over the next 10 years according to the terms of the agreement. The agreement also provides $8.5 million in joint marketing funds that will be used to cross-promote Canterbury Park and SMSC's Mystic Lake Casino, located less than four miles from the Shakopee, Minnesota, racetrack.
The Grade 1, $300,000 Mother Goose at Belmont Park on June 23 is shaping up to be a rematch between the top two finishers of the Grade 1 Kentucky Oaks, with the winner, Believe You Can, and the runner-up, Broadway's Alibi, aiming for the 1 1/16-mile race.
Trainer Robert Cowell comments on his three King's Stand runners, last year's winner Prohibit, Spirit Quartz, and Monsieur Joe.
Trainer Danny Shum talks about Little Bridge's latest preparations for the June 19 King's Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot.
Derek Cruz talks about Joy and Fun's latest trackwork, as he prepares to run in the King's Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot on June 19.
Trainer Peter Moody talks about Black Caviar's preparations for running at Royal Ascot. Watch Video
Trainer William Haggas talks about his prospects for Royal Ascot, including Sentaril, Vow, Fast Or Free, Kahrumen, and Cape Classic.
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From an owner's point of view, there is no better time for a 3-year-old to make rapid improvement than when the spring classics are on the line, as Irish Mission did in winning the Woodbine Oaks.
Richard Davis' Master Rick, far back in the one-turn Peter Pan Stakes (gr. II) in his last start May 12, returns to two turns at Churchill Downs June 16 in the $100,000 Matt Winn Stakes (gr. III) for 3-year-olds.
An increase in the number of fatal racing injuries in May led Kentucky regulatory veterinarians to devise ways to better identify at-risk horses.
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