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  • Nyquist

    Nyquist, Songbird Drill at Del Mar

    Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (gr. I) winner Nyquist and undefeated 3-year-old filly Songbird both were put through workouts July 17 at Del Mar in preparation for top-level East Coast starts this summer.

  • Calculator gets the victory in his return.

    Calculator Wins in Santa Anita Return

    There was an intensity in Peter Miller's eyes as he peppered the winner circle with as many high fives as he could, indicating the neck victory in the seventh race was a little more than just a run-of-the-mill allowance win.

  • Leigh Gray and Fusaichi Samurai

    Inside Track: Rehab Specialist

    Hundreds of former racehorses owe their second careers to Leigh Gray. Manager of Dr. Don Shields' lay-up facility, Winner's Circle Ranch in Bradbury, Calif., Gray not only rehabilitates racehorses for a living, she does it in her spare time.

  • Fusaichi Samurai

    Fusaichi Samurai Off Derby Trail With Injury

    Fusao Sekiguchi's Fusaichi Samurai, co-future book favorite for the Kentucky Derby (gr. I) despite only a maiden victory to his credit, has sustained a pulled muscle in his left hind leg, suffered in a workout, and has been taken off the Derby trail, trainer Neil Drysdale said Friday.

  • While rain impacted racing in California and New York, High Fly cruised to victory in the Aventura Stakes in Florida.

    Kentucky Derby Trail: Wash Out Weekend

    Although last weekend saw rainouts on both coasts, including a rare cancellation at Santa Anita, there at least was a 'High Fly' hit that turned into a tape measure home run. So, while the Florida 3-year-olds moved forward, the California horses hit a brick wall and now must wait for dry weather in order to race, and even train.

  • Trainer Nick Zito, has been selecting horses for owner Robert LaPenta.

    Kentucky Derby Trail: Life in the LaPenta Lane

    The journey to the 2005 Kentucky Derby (gr. I) may only be in its very early stages, but the continued adventures of Robert LaPenta -- "the Accidental Owner" -- are already unfolding. The master of Russian roulette has several guns loaded, and it will be interesting to see in what direction they'll be fired this spring.

  • Fusaichi Samurai Out of San Miguel

    Bad weather in Southern California will keep Fusaichi Samurai, the much-publicized $4.5 million colt who broke his maiden in his only start thus far, out of Sunday's San Miguel Stakes for 3-year-olds.

  • Fusaichi Samurai wins in first-ever outing.

    Fusaichi Samurai Easily Wins Debut

    Fusaichi Samurai, a record-priced $4.5 million son of Kentucky Derby (gr. I) winner Fusaichi Pegasus, was an impressive two-length winner in his debut Saturday at Hollywood Park.

  • Fusaichi Samurai, breezing earlier this year before being sold for a record $4.5 million.

    Record-Priced 2-Year-Old Makes First Start

    Fusaichi Samurai, whose purchase by Fusao Sekiguchi for $4.5 million earlier this year set a record for a juvenile sold at public auction, is scheduled to make his first career start Saturday in the fourth race at Hollywood Park.