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St Leger winner Encke dies following training accident 9:00 am

Encke (right) stopped Camelot's historic bid for the English Triple Crown in 2012 (Courtesy of Doncaster Racecourse via Facebook) Trainer Charlie Appleby reported Tuesday morning the death of Encke, Godolphin's 2012 St Leger winner.The five-year-old horse sustained a hind limb injury during routine exercise and, following complications, could not be saved."His...

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Lord Nelson fires broadside in Speakeasy 9:00 am

Peachtree Stable's Lord Nelson found two-turn waters too deep in the September 27 FrontRunner, but the Bob Baffert juvenile had clear sailing when reverting to a sprint in Monday's $101,000Speakeasy at Santa Anita. Taking charge on the far turn, the 4-5 favorite had too much firepower as he drew off to an imperious 6 3/4-length victory. Lord Nelson is bred to be more than a sprinter. By Pulpit...

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Lady Lara arrives late to take Pebbles in U.S. debut 9:00 am

Trainer Bill Mott has another leading three-year-old turf filly in Lady Lara (NYRA/Adam Coglianese Photography) Lady Lara made her U.S. debut a winning one with an impressive stretch kick to claim the $200,000Pebbles for three-year-old fillies, the Columbus Day feature atBelmont Park.Under Junior Alvarado, the three-year-old Excellent Art filly rated in ninth as...

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Big Blue Kitten penciled in for Canadian International 9:00 am

Big Blue Kitten will make the jaunt from Saratoga if the turf is firm (NYRA/Adam Coglianese Photography) Ken and Sarah Ramsey's homebred Big Blue Kitten will certainly be one of the favorites, if not the post-time choice, for Sunday's Grade 1, C$1 millionCanadian International at Woodbine. Trained by Chad Brown and to be ridden by Joel Rosario for the first time, the six-...

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Jazil dies as result of paddock accident 9:00 am

The 11-year-old sire Jazil, winner of the 2006 Belmont Stakes, died from injuries sustained in an accident in his paddock Saturday at Shadwell Farm near Lexington, Kentucky."It is a tragic loss, a sad day for all of us at Shadwell," Shadwell Vice President Rick Nichols said. "Jazil was a wonderful horse to be around. He gave us many great memories from his thrilling stretch runs when he would...

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Plans in flux for Champagne winner Daredevil 9:00 am

Daredevil could give Pletcher another Champagne/BC Juvenile double (NYRA/Adam Coglianese Photography) Trainer Todd Pletcher reported Sunday morning that both Grade 1 Champagne winner Daredevil and Feathered, third in the Grade 1 Frizette, exited their efforts in Saturday's Breeders' Cup "Win & You're In" races atBelmont Park in...

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Baffert: Secret Circle 'got a lot out of' SA Sprint Championship 9:00 am

Secret Circle finished worse than second for the first time in his 11-race career Saturday, running third behind Hong Kong invader Rich Tapestry and Goldencents in the Grade 1Santa Anita Sprint Championship at six furlongs.Breaking from the rail and pressing the pace until deep stretch, Secret Circle was beaten less than two lengths in his first race since February 2, a span of eight months."He...

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White Rose noses out competition in Dowager 12:00 am

White Rose nosed out 3-1 favorite Caroline Thomas in the Dowager for her second stakes win in a row (Keeneland/Coady Photography) Jake Ballis and Rashard Lewis' White Rose prevailed by a nose over the late charging 3-1 favorite Caroline Thomas in Sunday's $125,000 Dowager Stakes at Keenland, giving the Bill Mott charge back-to-back stakes victories. "I think...

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