Third horse dies at Keeneland in 5 days
Triggerman, a 3-year-old colt, was fatally injured at Keeneland in a crash that also left his jockey, Adam Beschizza, with an injured left clavicle. The horse's death is the track's third since the fall meet opened on Friday.
Ex-Oak Tree Racing exec Chillingworth, 93, dies
Sherwood C. Chillingworth, a longtime executive with the Oak Tree Racing Association who had partnerships in several stakes-winning thoroughbreds, has died. He was 93.
Churchill Downs' Turfway purchase OK'd by KHRC
The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission has approved the sale of Turfway Park to Churchill Downs.
Trainer: Ky. Colonel dies after jog at Santa Anita
Ky. Colonel died from an apparent heart attack after a jog at Santa Anita on Saturday, trainer Richard Mandella confirmed to the AP. It's the 33rd horse death at the track since December.
Racing workers, supporters rally at Santa Anita
About 50 workers and supporters of horse racing rallied outside of Santa Anita's entrance on Saturday, expressing support for the industry.
Deal struck to keep Preakness at Baltimore track
The Preakness Stakes will remain in Baltimore after city officials have struck a deal to end a bitter dispute with the operator of Pimlico Race Course.
Keeneland colt euthanized for 'catastrophic injury'
Stella D'Oro was euthanized Friday after suffering "a catastrophic injury" in the fourth race of the opening day of the fall meet at Keeneland. The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission is investigating.
Churchill Downs agrees to buy Turfway Park
Churchill Downs has signed an agreement to buy Turfway Park for $46 million with plans to eventually demolish its grandstand and build a $150 million racing and gambling facility on the site.
Baffert takes HOF jockey Smith off McKinzie
Trainer Bob Baffert is replacing fellow Hall of Famer Mike Smith aboard McKinzie, the probable favorite for the $6 million Breeders' Cup Classic next month.
Injury leads to 32nd horse death at Santa Anita
Emtech, a 3-year-old colt, suffered two broken front legs during the eighth race at Santa Anita and was euthanized Saturday -- the 32nd horse to die at the track since December.
Velazquez rides to career graded stakes record
Jockey John Velazquez set a record Friday with his 661st career graded stakes victory in the U.S. and Canada, and picked up his 662nd three races later.
Bettor wins $2.2M on 20-cent bet at Gulfstream
A bettor at Gulfstream Park turned a 20-cent, six-race wager into more than $2.2 million on Friday.
Horse dumps jockey, clips people at Santa Anita
A horse dumped its jockey leaving the starting gate and clipped two photographers during the Chandelier Stakes at Santa Anita.
Math Wizard edges Mr. Money at $1M Pa. Derby
Math Wizard won the $1 million Pennsylvania Derby at 31-1 odds, edging Mr. Money by a neck Saturday at Parx Racing. Math Wizard paid $64.20, $12 and $4.80.
Belmont Park able to host fall meet of 45 stakes
Belmont Park will be able to host the entire 37-day fall meet instead of having a portion of it at Aqueduct, as construction site preparation for the new Islanders arena is having less impact on racing operations than expected.
Horse euthanized after injury at Santa Anita
Zeke, a 4-year-old gelding, suffered a broken pelvis during training hours at Santa Anita on Monday and was euthanized, marking the second fatality on Santa Anita's training track this year.
Pa. Derby favorite Maximum Security out of race
Maximum Security won't run in the $1 million Pennsylvania Derby this weekend because of a colon issue.
3 horses die in first 2 days of Belmont Park meet
Three horses -- Royal Inheritance, Passporttovictory and Mo Moxie -- have died in two days at Belmont Park. Two of the deaths happened while training, and the third horse was euthanized after being removed from a race.
Timing of Justify's failed drug test suspicious
New York Times writer Joe Drape details the timeline of Justify failing a drug test before the Triple Crown and how that affects trainer Bob Baffert.
Baffert: Justify's positive test due to tainted food
Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert denied giving Justify a banned substance that caused a positive test prior to last year's Kentucky Derby and blamed the result on contaminated food.
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