A pair of “hundred-granders” for 3-year-olds are part of a big Sunday at Prairie Meadows, with four stakes being contested in total.
A weekly series analyzing recent maiden winners poised to join the Road to the Kentucky Derby.
Tiz the Law is expected to go favored in Pool 5 of the Kentucky Derby Future Wager (KDFW) that opens Friday at noon (EDT) and closes Sunday at 6 p.m.
A pair of stakes races for sophomores will highlight an excellent 11-race card north of the border at Woodbine on Saturday.
Sunday’s Late Pick 4 at Gulfstream Park begins with the 8TH race, a one-mile turf maiden for 3-year-olds, and I’ll start the sequence with a single.
The Championship Meet at Gulfstream Park went out with a bang last weekend, but the racing continues on Thursday as they kick off the spring meet.
The final two heats on Tampa Bay Downs’ Wednesday’s eight-race card are a maiden and a entry-level turf allowance, both for 3-year-olds.
The Sydney Autumn Carnival continues at Rosehill Gardens on Friday evening with a nine-race card highlighted by the Tancred and Vinery Stud.
Looking ahead to next season, racing fans will have the opportunity to witness various stars and champions competing for another year.
When it comes to three-year-olds facing their elder counterparts in the Breeders’ Cup, the results have been mostly consistent in recent years.
McKinzie earned a 112 BRIS Speed rating when taking the Pennsylvania Derby (G1) on September 22 (c) Kathleen O’Leary/Horsephotos.com by Scott Shapiro When it comes to three-year-olds facing their elders at the…
Breeders’ Cup Analysis: 3yo vs. Older – Who Has the Edge? by Joe Kristrufek How 3yo’s have fared in each of the nine eligible Breeders’ Cup races (% of wins). Race…