Keyword: Ross

  • Charlie and Susan Chu lead Drefong to the Saratoga winner's circle for a second consecutive year

    Drefong Crushes Forego Competition

    After making his mark on Saratoga Race Course with a powerful 2016 King's Bishop (G1) score, Baoma Corporation's champion sprinter Drefong returned to the Spa Aug. 26 and romped in the $600,000 Forego Stakes (G1).

  • Sir Barton statue at Audley Farm in Berryville, Va.

    Audley Farm Honors Sir Barton

    A statue of 1919 Triple Crown winner and Horse of the Year Sir Barton was unveiled in front of the Audley Farm stallion barn where the son of Star Shoot began his stud career in 1921.

  • Saratoga Diary: Women at Work, Men with Their Pants Down

    On Wednesday, jockey Chantal Sutherland rode the mechanical horse at the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame. Her turn on the horse race simulator was Sutherland's first ride of three on the day, the second of which was a fill-in for Rudy Rodriquez and the third, a longshot in the ninth that she booted home 11th.

  • Improving Marco Be Good Wins Scotts Highlander

    Terra Racing Stable's Marco Be Good, the second-longest shot on the board at 12-1, won the $200,000 Scotts Highlander Stakes (Can-III) on the turf Sunday at Woodbine in near-record style.

  • My Lord, with Anna Napravnik aboard for the win, takes the Grey Goose on the Preakness undercard.

    My Lord Flies Home to Capture Grey Goose Stakes

    My Lord roared home from far back on the final turn to take a late lead and edge away to win the $94,500 Grey Goose Stakes, a five-furlong turf event on Saturday's Preakness Stakes (gr. ) day program at Pimlico Race Course.

  • Miss Terrible Makes Circuitous Gamely Return

    Multiple stakes winner Miss Terrible, who returned to action after a long layoff with back-to-back graded stakes wins, will ship west for the $350,000-added Gamely Breeders' Cup Handicap (gr. IT) at Hollywood Park on Monday.

  • Nothing Terrible About Turf Mile Result

    Alex Solis slowed down the pace and had plenty left down the lane as he guided Miss Terrible to a front-running upset win Saturday in the $112,200 Comp USA Turf Mile (gr. IIIT) at Churchill Downs.

  • Gulfstream Apprentice Arce Gets First Win

    Apprentice jockey Josue' Arce, 19, a native of Puerto Rico, visited the winner's circle for the first time in his life at Gulfstream Wednesday, one year after arriving in South Florida in pursuit of a career as a jockey.

  • Solis Found Winning Las Flores Mount at Mall

    During a visit to the Westfield Mall in Arcadia recently, Alex Solis had no intention of shopping for a mount. But that's exactly what the 40-year-old jockey did.

  • Miss Terrible belied her name in the Las Flores.

    Miss Terrible a Terror in Las Flores

    Argentine-bred Miss Terrible returned from nearly a 19-month layoff to capture the $109,600 Las Flores Handicap (gr. III), giving horse-shoer-turned-trainer Bradley Ross his first victory Sunday at Santa Anita.

  • Princess Rooney winner Ema Bovary retired; to be bred in Kentucky.

    Ema Bovary Injured in Workout, Retired

    Ema Bovary, a multiple stakes winner of $721,642 and one of the nation's top female sprinters, sustained an ankle injury while working at Golden Gate Fields Saturday morning and is through racing.

  • Ema Bovary crosses the finish line in the Princess Rooney Handicap during Calder's Summit of Speed.

    Ema Bovary Back to Winning Ways in 'Rooney

    The Chilean-bred Ema Bovary captured the 10th win in her past 11 starts in the $500,000 Princess Rooney Handicap (gr. II) at Calder Race Course Saturday with a patient stalking ride from Northern California-based rider Roberto Gonzalez.

  • Ema Bovary Seeks Perfect 10 in Desert Stormer

    With nine consecutive victories, 5-year-old mare Ema Bovary puts the longest winning streak in the nation on the line Saturday in the $100,000-added Desert Stormer Handicap (gr. III) at Hollywood Park.

  • Ema Bovary Puts Streak on Line in Vinery Madison

    Ema Bovary goes after her ninth consecutive victory, facing a field that includes grade I winners Lady Tak and Harmony Lodge, in Wednesday's $175,000 Vinery Madison at Keenland.

  • Ema Bovary Wows Keeneland Clocker

    Richard Beal and Lana Ramsey's Ema Bovary worked a brilliant five furlongs at Keeneland on Wednesday morning, preparing for her engagement in the $175,000 Vinery Madison to be run on April 7.

  • Ema Bovary's Orinda Win Runs String to 7

    Ema Bovary, an exciting 5-year-old mare from Chile, recorded her seventh straight victory Saturday at Golden Gate Fields when she won the $62,600 Orinda Handicap in courageous fashion.

  • Gary Ross Tapped to Address NTRA Annual Meeting

    Gary Ross, director and screenwriter of the motion picture "Seabiscuit," will be the keynote speaker at the National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA) annual meeting, which will be held September 21-23 in Las Vegas.