Saturday’s Cross Country Pick 5, which offers a mix of graded events and non-stakes, twice crosses the international border between the U.S. and Canada.
The stars are out on Saturday at the Spa, including the return of Stephen Foster winner Tom’s d’Etat. The Whitney S. starts the first leg of a late Pick 4.
A well-matched field of 11 sophomores will meet in what is arguably the best betting race at Saratoga in Saturday’s $300,000 H. Allen Jerkens.
A compact, but talented, field of five will take aim on the $250,000 Woody Stephens (G1) at Belmont Park on Saturday.
The second full week of the Churchill Downs spring meet kicks off Thursday, and the depth of fields through the first seven racing programs has been remarkable.
The Road to the Kentucky Derby received a major update last week when Churchill Downs released a tentative slate of qualifying races to be held during the spring and summer.
What new races were added to the Road to the Kentucky Derby and what points are they worth? How did contender workouts go?
Oaklawn Park features a pair of 6-furlong stakes Saturday, the $100,000 Bachelor for 3-year-olds and $125,000 Carousel for older fillies and mares, and both races are of graded quality.
The Arkansas Derby looms, but first the racing office at Oaklawn Park has written another strong Saturday afternoon with a challenging Pick 4.
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A strong field of nine will travel 6-panels in the Bachelor S. at Oaklawn Park. The cast is led by Grade 1 hero Eight Rings from the barn of Bob Baffert.
With no racing back home, Southern California invaders will continue to eye major prizes during Oaklawn Park’s Racing Festival of the South this Saturday, Apr. 25.