Reigning juvenile champion Essential Quality and the Bob Baffert-trained Life Is Good have been tabbed as the early individual favorites in Pool 4 of the Kentucky Derby Future Wager (KDFW), which will…
A pair of exciting Kentucky Derby contenders delivered in major prep races last weekend, cementing their credentials for the first Saturday in May.
On the final weekend in February, a pair of promising three-year-olds posted eye-catching maiden victories at Gulfstream Park.
We know Hush of a Storm handles Tapeta just fine. But can he handle the transition to dirt for the Kentucky Derby? His pedigree provides clues.
John Battaglia Memorial day at Turfway Park just got even better with a pair of carryovers on the Friday evening agenda.
A fantastic field of 10 three-year-olds will vie in Saturday’s $250,000 Fountain of Youth S. (G2) at Gulfstream Park.
An overflow field of 13 sophomores will travel 1 1/16 miles on the Turfway Park Tapeta in Friday’s $100,000 John Battaglia Memorial S.
A fine field of seven sophomores will travel 1 1/16 miles at Oaklawn Park in Saturday’s lucrative $750,000 Southwest S. (G3).
The Derby and Oaks trails took on an international feel last week, with the most notable action taking place in Japan and Dubai.
Trainer Bob Baffert added another Kentucky Derby contender to his arsenal when Hozier delivered a sharp maiden victory at Santa Anita.
Although Kentucky Derby contender La Perouse hails from Japan, you don’t have to dig deep to find U.S. Triple Crown stars in his pedigree.
The major prep races have yet to be contested, though numerous three-year-olds have already displayed considerable ability and seem poised to move forward as the season progresses.