Jackpot Of $1.2 Million Carries Over Into Thursday’s Rainbow 6

There was no unique winner of the 20-cent Rainbow 6 on Wednesday, leaving a jackpot carryover of $1,228,001.14 for Thursday’s 11-race program. First race post time is 12:35 p.m. There were seven horses live to take down the jackpot heading into Wednesday’s tenth race finale, but it was won by Eila, a 5-1 shot ridden by […]

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Road To Success: Prep Race Paths For Kentucky Derby Winners

Since 1952, four graded stakes races have produced the most winners of the Kentucky Derby: the Blue Grass, Florida Derby, Santa Anita Derby and the Wood Memorial. This year’s contenders and handicappers are considering which race sequence will present the best possible chance to enter the winner’s circle in May, so helloracefans.com created a graphical […]

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Gulfstream’s Rainbow 6 Carryover Grows To $1.15M For Wednesday

There was no unique winner of the 20-cent Rainbow 6 on Monday’s special Presidents Day holiday program, leaving a jackpot carryover of $1,151,829.13 when live racing returns to Gulfstream Park on Wednesday. First race post time is 12:35 p.m. Since last being hit for $76,799.38 by one lucky bettor on Jan. 13, the popular multi-race […]

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Sophomore Marengo Road Honors Owner’s Memory With Monday Victory

Four days after the passing of Harry C. Meyerhoff, Marengo Road honored the memory of his prominent owner with a thoroughly professional triumph in Monday’s $75,000 Miracle Wood at Laurel Park. Meyerhoff, who owned Marengo Road with his son, Tom, campaigned 1979 Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner and 1980 Horse of the Year Spectacular Bid, […]

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Honoring Our Presidents: Executive Salaries At Horse Industry Non-Profit Organizations

When George Washington became the first president of the United States in 1789, he reluctantly accepted an annual salary of $25,000 – a very substantial figure for that time. He didn’t like the idea of being paid to serve his new country but was convinced that not taking a salary would set a bad precedent, […]

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Around The Track Podcast Presented By Taylor Made: The ‘Incomparable’ Tom Durkin

During his 43-year career, track announcer Tom Durkin’s electric race calls thrilled fans and stamped historic moments with unforgettable words. He could make you laugh, too. In this episode of Around the Track, Durkin tells stories about his humble beginnings at the track, relives some of his most memorable calls (“the Incomparable, Invincible, Unbeatable Cigar!), […]

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Double Entendre Gets Ready For Black-Eyed Susan

Loooch Racing Stables and Glenn Ellis’ Double Entendre got her first look at Pimlico Race Course’s main track Tuesday morning with an easy jog in preparation for Friday’s 92nd running of the $250,000 Black-Eyed Susan (G2). Trained by Gulfstream Park-based Peter Walder, the 3-year-old bay daughter of stretched her legs after walking the shedrow following […]

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Florida Senate Committee Passes Decoupling, ‘Purse Pool’ Legislation

Gambling legislation that would allow most Florida racetracks to shut down pari-mutuels and keep slot machines was approved by a Senate committee on Wednesday. The Florida Regulated Industries Committee passed SB7072, legislation brought about by Gov. Rick Scott’s compact with the Seminole Tribe, which operates seven casinos in the state. Separate legislation approving the compact […]

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Lab-engineered Equine Cartilage Could Go To Trial in 2017

A Canadian laboratory has engineered equine cartilage tissue that could undergo a live trial in horses next year. About 4 millimeters in diameter, Thomas Koch of the Ontario Veterinary College is hopeful that the tiny piece of tissue will help horses that have cartilage injuries, which can potentially end an equine athlete’s career. Damaged joint […]

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Cobalt Scandal: Moody Now Awaits Decision From Stewards

The future of Peter Moody’s training career now awaits the decision of the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board, which heard final arguments in the trainer’s cobalt case Thursday. The Australian reports that if Moody is found guilty of administering cobalt, he faces a minimum three-year suspension. The case stems from the positive drug test from the horse Lindari, […]

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Sunland EHV-1 Outbreak Spreads To Texas

Today’s tally of EHV-1 confirmed positive horses is 74. Two of the horses confirmed today reside in Texas; they belong to a trainer who has horses at Sunland. The information on these two positive horses was submitted to the Texas Animal Health Commission for follow-up. To date, 17 barns have been released and 10 barns […]

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Report: Rachel Alexandra Content In Retirement

As breeding season begins anew in central Kentucky, the Daily Racing Form checked in on retired racemare and Horse of the Year Rachel Alexandra. The Form’s Jay Hovdey reports that the fan favorite is without a foal at her side for the third year in a row and there are no plans to breed her […]

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