Maximum Security loses in 1st start since Derby
King for a Day took the lead in the stretch and posted a one-length victory over heavy favorite Maximum Security in the $150,000 Pegasus Stakes at Monmouth Park on Sunday.
Bejarano rides 4,000th winner at Santa Anita
Rafael Bejarano guided filly Portal Creek to a victory in the third race Saturday at Santa Anita for trainer Bob Hess Jr.
TAB Betting Blog: Sylvia's Mother 'perfectly placed' to win big
Packed race cards at Rosehill and Sandown highlight a great day's racing. Nick Quinn from TAB tries to find you some winners.
Maximum Security set for first race since Derby
Maximum Security is heading back to the races.
New Santa Anita safety measures to be enacted
New measures announced Wednesday will see a group of five people review the histories of all horses set to run at Santa Anita before determining if they are fit to compete. Since late December, 29 horses have died racing or training at the track.
Baltimore withdraws suit against Pimlico owner
Baltimore Mayor Bernard "Jack" Young said the city has withdrawn its condemnation action concerning Pimlico against the Stronach Group, the Maryland Jockey Club and others.
In the Gate Podcast: All for One
What concerns would industry stakeholders have if a push for a national governing body of thoroughbred racing were to gain momentum?
Senator calls for Santa Anita to suspend racing
U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein has joined the California Horse Racing Board in calling for Santa Anita to immediately suspend the remainder of its meet after the deaths of two more horses last weekend.
Santa Anita won't close despite 2 deaths in 2 days
A second horse in two days and 29th overall has died at Santa Anita, where management has chosen to continue racing for the rest of the current meet.
Belmont favorite Tacitus caught wide, ends 2nd
Tacitus trainer Bill Mott was seeking a second win in the Triple Crown after his Country House won the Kentucky Derby.
Sir Winston wins Belmont Stakes by a length
Sir Winston won the 151st running of the Belmont Stakes, giving trainer Mark Casse a second straight Triple Crown victory after he won the Preakness with War of Will.
Sir Winston's Belmont surprise is fitting end to a wild Triple Crown season
Mark Casse, who also trains Preakness winner War of Will, triumphed with Sir Winston's first victory this year.
TAB Betting Blog: Don't deprive yourself of a collect at Randwick
It is possibly the best day of winter racing in 2019 with three Group 1 races at Eagle Farm and tremendous support cards at Flemington and Randwick.
Another horse dies at Santa Anita, toll up to 27
River Derby, an unraced 2-year-old colt, suffered a fractured shoulder while training at Santa Anita and has become the 27th horse to die at the track since the season began Dec. 26.
In the Gate Podcast: Mending Fences
Can Japan-based Master Fencer claim an American classic, the Belmont? Plus, Ray Paulick provides a nuanced view of the continuing turmoil in California.
Tacitus slight favorite after Belmont Stakes draw
Tacitus is the slight favorite for Saturday's Belmont Stakes over Preakness winner War of Will.
Latest 2019 Belmont odds
With the Belmont Stakes taking place Saturday, here are the latest odds for the 10-horse field.Tacitus is back as the slight favorite at 9-5.
TAB Betting Blog: Princess Jenni poised to continue Oaks trend
Favourites have dominated the Queensland Oaks in recent years and while Etana looks a threat, Princess Jenni is certainly well placed to continue that trend.
In the Gate Podcast: The Loud Silence
Will the maturing U.S. legal betting market necessitate officials' accountability (see: Derby DQ)? Plus, how can all the mid-Atlantic tracks survive in an era of contraction?
Santa Anita checks if rules obeyed before death
The Stronach Group, the owner of Santa Anita, is investigating whether new rules were followed before the 26th horse death at the Southern California racetrack.
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