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Four graded stakes winners from Keeneland's 2017 Fall Stars Weekend, including Suedois (FR), who took the $1 million Shadwell Turf Mile (G1), are among the list of horses nominated to this year's Fall Stars Weekend Oct. 5-7.
The Thoroughbred Breeders' Association Sept. 25 issued a dire warning over the state of the British breeding industry, suggesting the current financial model is unsustainable and will lead to severe consequences for the rest of the sport.
Gimcrack Stakes (G2) winner Emaraaty Ana (GB) will carry new silks and have a new jockey Sept. 29 when he bids to lower the formidable colors of likely favorite Ten Sovereigns (IRE) in the Juddmonte Middle Park Stakes (G1) at Newmarket.
Jaime Roth and her family are no strangers to racing success, however. Learn the story behind the filly's name and get to know LNJ Foxwoods' other runners in the Q&A below from America's Best Racing.
The Road to the Breeders' Cup World Championships resumes this weekend in a big way, with eight domestic Challenge Series "Win and You're In" races Saturday, Sept. 29.
State regulators in New York are moving to relax rules regarding claiming races established in the wake of the high-profile rash of equine deaths during the 2012 Aqueduct winter meet.
Following Monomoy Girl's Cotillion Stakes (G1) Sept. 22 at Parx Racing, where she finished first but was disqualified to second behind Midnight Bisou, Abel Tasman moved into the best spot of any female in the NTRA Top Thoroughbred Poll.
The son of Curlin was the 2017 champion 2-year-old and a grade 1 winner at 3. The colt, bred by Stonestreet Thoroughbred Holdings, is out of the Hard Spun stakes winner Glinda the Good.
One week after taking the lead in the race for the 2018 Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred Championship Series overall championship, Sycamore Racing V's Jessica Krupnick held off challenges by three horses in three different divisions to secure the title.
The Jockey Club Thoroughbred Incentive Program (T.I.P.) today announced the recipients of its two non-competition awards, the T.I.P. Thoroughbred of the Year Award and the T.I.P. Young Rider of the Year Award, for 2018.
Barretts has cataloged 286 entries for its Fall Yearling and Horses of All Ages Sale to be held Tuesday, October 16 at Fairplex in Pomona, California.
Yuesheng Zhang's well-traveled Yulong Warrior has raced on three continents in his 10-race career and has now won stakes on two after his score in the $100,000 Getaway Day Stakes Sept. 23 at Emerald Downs.
Ashford Stud's Uncle Mo, whose fourth crop is on the track this year, held on to the lead with total sales of $22,392,000 for 65 sold of 87 offered.
Apprentice jockey Heriberto Figueroa earned his second consecutive riding title at Los Alamitos Race Course, while Bob Baffert and Peter Miller shared training-title honors as the Los Angeles County Fair meet concluded Sept. 23.
Keeneland brought down the curtain on its marathon September Yearling Sale Sept. 23 with impressive increases in gross and average, while the median declined from last year's record level.
A trip to the winner's circle has been long overdue for grade 1 winner Union Strike, who finally broke her five-race losing streak Sept. 23 in the $300,000 Gallant Bloom Stakes (G2) over 6 1/2 furlongs at Belmont Park.
Lookin for Eight ran away with the $125,000 Durham Cup Stakes (G3) at Woodbine Sept. 23 to win the first stakes of his career as a 4-year-old.
In his debut effort, Albie took a $62,000 maiden special weight race restricted to New York-bred 2-year-olds at Belmont Park Sept. 23 to become the first winner for freshman sire Alpha.
Triple Crown winner Justify will stand for $150,000 during his first breeding season at Ashford Stud in Versailles, Ky., Coolmore America announced Sept. 23.