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By US Racing Staff It’s been a few days since the New York Times reported that 2018 Triple Crown winner Justify had failed a drug test weeks before the Kentucky Derby and under California racing rules at the time shouldn’t have been able to run in the Derby. Bob Baffert, Justify’s trainer, blamed the positive test for scopolamine on contaminated jimson weed that sometimes includes the banned substance. California Horse Racing Board equine medical director Rick Arthur has said the amount of scopolamine was “miniscule” in Justify’s blood and recommended at the time that the case not be prosecuted. Dr.
By Sean Morris Initially I thought this week’s column would focus on Woodbine, but even without a race that rivals the Woodbine Mile in terms of prestige, Churchill was able to put forth a more intriguing series of races, with four fun, mostly competitive stakes filling out the Late Pick 5. If you like top-notch dirt racing, this is the sequence for you. Race 7 – Open Mind (3:48 ET) Nothing like a nice, wide-open field to kick things off. Honey Bunny and Awestruck are likely to take the bulk of the money, and I’m not really against either one.
By Lynne Snierson Dennis’ Moment, who blew away the competition by an astonishing 19 1/4 lengths in a seven-furlong maiden race at Ellis Park on July 27, tops a field of 10 2-year-olds as the road to the Kentucky Derby kicks off with Saturday’s $200,000 Iroquois (G3) at Churchill Downs. “He’s one of the most promising 2-year-olds we’ve ever had in the barn,” Romans has been saying since that eye-opening romp, which followed a scary career debut in which Dennis’ Moment clipped heels with another horse and jockey Robby Albarado was unseated. Romans has been looking for that big Derby
Turfway Park wants to stay in Northern Kentucky, but CDI wants in, too By John Furgele When it comes to horse racing, there is no bigger name than Churchill Downs. When you hear those two words, you think first Saturday in May, the Kentucky Derby. But there is more to that famous name. Churchill Downs Incorporated is a company that not only owns the famous racetrack in Louisville, they own 13 properties in all. It’s a publicly traded company on NASDAQ that wants to grow its brand. On Sept. 5, CDI announced some big plans: it wants to race year-round
By Margaret Ransom As the herd of nearly 50 severely neglected horses – almost all off the track thoroughbreds – evacuated in late May from the San Jacinto, California, property known as the California Equine Retirement Foundation (CERF) continue to recover at Helen Meredith’s United Pegasus Foundation (UPF) nearby, questions remain. Many questions. What about the health and well-being of about two dozen or so who remain on the CERF property? What is the status of criminal investigations into their neglect and alleged financial malfeasance? What is the legal status of the foundation, which has had its non-profit designation revoked
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Japan Racing Association: Rose Stakes ,$979,000 ,3yo f ,9f Turf
Woodbine: Natalma Stakes ,$250,000 ,2yo f ,8f Turf
Woodbine: Summer Stakes ,$250,000 ,2yo ,8f Turf
Japan Racing Association: St. Lite Kinen ,$1,023,000 ,3yo ,11f Turf
Presque Isle Downs: Presque Isle Downs Masters Stakes ,$400,000 ,3&up f/m ,6.5f AW
Parx Racing: Pennsylvania Derby ,$1,000,000 ,3yo ,9f Dirt
Parx Racing: Gallant Bob Stakes ,$300,000 ,3yo ,6f Dirt
Parx Racing: Cotillion Stakes ,$1,000,000 ,3yo f ,8.5f Dirt
Laurel Park: Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash ,$250,000 ,3&up ,6f Dirt
Laurel Park: Baltimore/Washington International Turf Cup ,$200,000 ,3&up ,8f Turf
Hollywood Casino At Charles Town Races: Charles Town Oaks ,$300,000 ,3yo f ,7f Dirt
Japan Racing Association: All Comers Stakes ,$1,262,000 ,3&up ,11f Turf
Japan Racing Association: Kobe Shimbun Hai ,$1,023,000 ,3yo ,12f Turf