This past week we had some good winners mow down their foes in the Bluegrass Stakes at The Red Mile. The Grand Circuit at the Lexington, Kentucky track continues Wednesday, Oct. 7 through the weekend, highlighted by the Kentucky Futurity. Watch our TwinSpires blogs for all the best betting coverage...|
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Gearing up for Sunday's feast at Longchamp, the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe (G1)? Here are our various Arc Day preview posts, conveniently located under one roof. Arc news and handicapping: Can anything thwart an Arc three-peat for Treve? How Treve's trainer relaxes before Arc three-peat attempt...|
When talking about top contenders for the upcoming TwinSpires.com Breeders' Cup Sprint (G1), the discussion has tended to be dominated by East Coast-based runners like Runhappy, Private Zone, and Rock Fall. Southern California will, of course, be represented in the race, too, most likely by Wild...|
Grand Arch (center) just lasts from The Pizza Man (left) and Tourist (right), courtesy of Keeneland/Coady Photography. On a day when recently retired legend Wise Dan made an appearance before his fans at Keeneland, it was natural that his legacy should hold sway in the $1 million Shadwell Turf...|
Brody’s Cause jumped straight to stakes company with a rallying victory in Saturday’s $500,000 Breeders’ Futurity (G1) at Keeneland, earning a berth to the October 31 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1) in the “Win and You’re In” event and 10 points for taking the Road to the Kentucky Derby series race....|
On Saturday, Tonalist added his name to the list of luminaries who have captured back-to-back runnings of the $1 million Jockey Club Gold Cup (G1) at Belmont Park. Previous stars who accomplished the feat include Horses of the Year Curlin and Skip Away as well as the great mare Shuvee. Tonalist...|
Going into Saturday's $400,000 First Lady (G1) at Keeneland, trainer Mark Casse had indicated that Tepin could run herself into the Breeders' Cup Mile (G1) with a big performance. Tepin must have taken that as a motivational speech, for the 8-5 favorite bolted up by seven lengths. And her victory...|
by Laura Pugh It took him five months to do it, but Tonalist finally returned to the winner’s circle with a dominating performance in the Jockey Club Gold Cup. Performing like an even-money favorite should, Tonalist winning the race was about the only occurrence that was predictable during the...|