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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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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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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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Fair Grounds To Increase Overnight Purses 10 Percent

As a result of better than expected pari-mutuel handle and an increase in video poker revenue throughout the meet, Fair Grounds has announced a purse increase effective for the final 14 days of this racing season. Purses for the final 14 racing days will be increased by 10 percent per race. “I am happy to […]

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Breeders’ Cup Credited With Increases In Lexington Tourism Metrics For 2015

Lexington attracted double-digit growth in tourism in 2015 as a result of the Breeders’ Cup and increases in local food and beverage attractions, according to statistics released today from VisitLEX. In turn, national media attention also was focused on the community. “We are excited to report that 2015 was a very successful year for Lexington, […]

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Stormy Lucy Headlines Field Of 12 In Buena Vista Stakes

Stormy Lucy heads a field of 12 in this Saturday’s 30th edition of the Grade II, $200,000 Buena Vista Stakes for older fillies and mares going a mile on the grass at Santa Anita. Trained by Ed Moger, Jr., Stormy Lucy has become the turf mare to watch ever since her impressive Grade I Matriarch […]

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Cosequin Presents Aftercare Spotlight: A ‘Form’ Of Protection

For the readers who follow me on social media, you may have seen my post yesterday about a horse I’ve known and followed for nearly a decade who, after a successful eight year racing career, I brought home from the track to start the next chapter of his life. Click here to see the post. […]

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