Headlines for Wednesday, February 21, 2018

  • Calculator is undefeated in three starts sprinting down the hillside course at Santa Anita Park

    Miller Trio Hits Hillside for Daytona Stakes

    Miller said all three entrants for the about 6 1/2-furlong grass sprint—Calculator, Conquest Tsunami, and 2017 Breeders' Cup Turf Sprint (G1T) winner Stormy Liberal—are potential prospects for the $1 million Al Quoz Sprint (G1) March 31.

  • Trainer Peter Miller pets Roy H after the gelding's Palos Verdes Stakes win at Santa Anita Park

    Champion Roy H to Prep for Dubai in Triple Bend

    After champion sprinter Roy H began his 2018 season with the easiest of victories in the Palos Verdes Stakes (G2), trainer Peter Miller mentioned a run in the March 10 Triple Bend (G1) might come next, but he only recently decided.

  • Eye of the Leopard Relocated to Minnesota

    Eye of the Leopard, the Canadian champion 3-year-old colt of 2009 and Queen's Plate winner, has been relocated from Calumet Farm to Osborne Farm near Cambridge, Minn., for the 2018 season. His stud fee will be $1,500 live foal stands and nurses.

  • Woodbine Announces 2018 Stakes Schedule

    Woodbine Entertainment announced its stakes schedule for the 2018 Thoroughbred racing season with 96 stakes highlighted by the 159th running of the $1 million Queen's Plate, the first leg of the Canadian Triple Crown.

  • My Boy Jack takes the Southwest Stakes by 4 1/2 lengths at Oaklawn Park

    Desormeaux Mulls Options for My Boy Jack

    Next-race plans are pending for My Boy Jack, who was to be flown to his Southern California base Feb. 21 following a dominant performance in the $500,000 Southwest Stakes (G3) for 3-year-olds Feb. 19 at Oaklawn Park.

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    The Jockey Club Fact Book Available

    The Jockey Club announced today that the 2018 edition of the Fact Book is available in the Resources section of its website at jockeyclub.com.

  • A rendering of planned renovations for Turfway Park

    Turfway Park Plans to Overhaul Grandstand

    While not committing to a timetable, Turfway Park officials have unveiled a $25 million renovation of the grandstand planned to become reality when the Northern Kentucky track adds historical racing games.