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Southwest redrawn with 11 3:30 am

Far Right is a likely favorite after rallying to win going away in the Smarty Jones (Oaklawn/Coady Photography) After being postponed due to freezing conditions, Sunday's Southwest (G3) was redrawn Thursday morning with a field of 11. The 1 1/16-mile event will retain its points' value as part of the Road to the Kentucky Derby series, awarding 10-4-2-1 to the top...

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Eclipse categories renamed Older Dirt Male & Older Dirt Female 3:30 am

The National Thoroughbred Racing Association, National Turf Writers and Broadcasters and Daily Racing Form announced on Thursday rules modifications and name changes in two Eclipse Awards categories. The Older Male category has been renamed Older Dirt Male and the Older Female category has been renamed Older Dirt Female.Beginning with voting on the 2015 Eclipse Awards at the end of this year,...

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Gulfstream revives Summit of Speed 6:30 am

Gulfstream Park announced Sunday a record $4.7 million summer stakes schedule highlighted by the resurrected $1.025 million Summit of Speed, a record $2 million Florida Sire Stakes Series, and an inaugural Sire Stakes for three-year-old Florida-breds worth $900,000.The schedule will feature five graded stakes starting Saturday, April 25, with the Miami Mile (G3) at a mile on the turf.The Summit...

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Old Friends pensioner Creator euthanized 6:30 am

Creator came to Old Friends in 2004 (EquiSport Photos) Creator, a two-time Group 1 winner in France, was euthanized at Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital on Saturday, February 28, due to complications from colic.The 29-year-old son of Mill Reef had been a pensioner of Old Friends, the Thoroughbred Retirement farm in Georgetown, Kentucky, since 2004, when he was...

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Bin Suroor: Cavalryman 'will be hugely missed' 6:30 am

Cavalryman, a redoubtable campaigner for seven years, was euthanized after fracturing his pastern in the Nad al Sheba Trophy (Andrew Watkins/Dubai Racing Club) Godolphin's Group 1 star Cavalryman (Halling), who amassed approximately $3 million in earnings over a memorable seven-year career, was sadly euthanized as a result of his serious injury in Saturday's Nad al Sheba...

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Laurel Park cancels due to winter storm 6:30 am

Laurel Park canceled its live program Sunday due to a winter storm producing snow and freezing rain.It is the most recent day lost by the Maryland track due to acclimate weather.Officials were forced to call off live racing on Friday, February 27, due to a thawing track, and winter weather cost the track nearly the entire previous weekend, as racing was canceled on Sunday, February 22, and...

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Son posts Royal upset in Battaglia; The Great War bled in last 6:30 am

Royal Son romped in the Battaglia Saturday night for Todd Pletcher (Turfway Park/Coady Photography) The Great War (War Front) went off as the 1-5 favorite in Saturday's $116,450John Battaglia Memorial S. after romping in the January 31 96Rock S., but the second leg of Turfway Park's three-year-old series turned out very differently. Beaten to the early lead by WinStar...

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Hall of Fame announces 10 finalists for 2015 class 3:30 am

Four jockeys, four Thoroughbreds and two trainers comprise the 10 finalists on the National Museum of Racing's 2015 Hall of Fame ballot, as selected by the Museum's Hall of Fame Nominating Committee. The finalists are: jockeys Chris Antley, Victor Espinoza, Corey Nakatani and Craig Perret; Thoroughbreds Black Tie Affair, Kona Gold, Lava Man and Xtra Heat; and...

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