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Keeneland switching back to dirt after spring meet 12:30 am

Keeneland announced Wednesday that it is converting its main race track from synthetic Polytrack material to a state-of-the-art dirt surface, with a drainage system that will be the first of its kind in North America.The conversion will take place over the summer, with construction scheduled to begin May 19 and be completed August 15. The track will reopen for training September 1. The fall meet...

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Godolphin's bin Suroor, Appleby hope to win for Sheikh Mohammed 3:00 pm

Saeed bin Suroor, who drew post 1 for Prince Bishop, hopes to finish first as well (Frank Sorge/Horsephotos.com) Trainers shipping horses into Dubai World Cup night are anxious enough for their horses to acquit themselves with honors, but a greater burden of expectation rests with those already on site.For Saeed bin Suroor and Charlie Appleby, there is no more...

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Casiguapo but one of Morales trainees readying for upcoming stakes 3:00 pm

The barn of trainer Mario Morales will be quite busy this April as the top three-year-olds in the Morales barn are preparing for their upcoming stakes starts.On the homefront, the colt Tapicero is entered to run in Saturday's $250,000 Calder Derby at Calder, while the filly Florida Sun is training for the $65,000 Calder Oaks to be held on April 12.Triple Crown nominee colt Casiguapo is in...

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Joseph O'Brien sizes up Coolmore's team in Dubai 3:00 pm

Giovanni Boldini might not stay any further than the UAE Derby trip, according to Joseph O'Brien (©Neville Hopwood/Dubai Racing Club) Epsom Derby winner Ruler of the World, who will run for the first time for the new Irish-Qatari partnership of Coolmore and Al Shaqab Racing on Saturday, and his big-race jockey Joseph O'Brien on Friday led out the six-strong...

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Stevens looking to extend Santa Anita Derby record to 10 9:30 am

Gary Stevens and Candy Boy will try to make it two-for-two in the SA Derby... (Benoit Photos) Hall of Fame jockey Gary Stevens hopes to add to his record of nine Santa Anita Derby victories when he rides 9-5 morning-line second choice Candy Boy in Saturday's much-anticipated Grade 1, $1 million race that awards 100 Kentucky Derby qualifying points to the winner....

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Turf contests share Florida Derby undercard with main track events 9:00 am

While the Grade 1, $1 million Florida Derby and Grade 2, $300,000 Gulfstream Park Oaks will garner most of the attention on Saturday at Gulfstream Park, six other stakes will fight for their share of the limelight. Admiral Kitten headlines the Pan American on a competitive Florida Derby Day undercard (Four Footed Fotos) Three of those are turf contests, headed by the...

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Watson confident in World Cup night quintet 6:00 am

The U.A.E.'s Red Stables trainer, Doug Watson, is really looking forward to Saturday with no less than five runners set to take their chance on Dubai World Cup night."If you had offered me five runners in January I would have been happy," said Watson of his runners on the $27.25 million card. "I am really pleased with our big-night team and all five hold solid prize money claims -- at least."...

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Uncle Sigh among Wood Memorial probables 6:00 am

Samraat and Uncle Sigh will meet for a third time in the Wood Memorial (NYRA/Adam Coglianese Photography) Trainer Gary Contessa seemed pleased with what he saw physically and mentally on Friday morning after $1 million Wood Memorial hopeful Uncle Sigh had an easy gallop around Belmont Park's training track, his second day back after a six-furlong work in 1:15 on...

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