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Racing Set to Resume at Belmont Park Following 11-Day Break

Following a refreshing 11-day break, racing is set to resume at Belmont Park. The break followed a successful 40-day meet at the Spa, even with all of the COVID-19 protocols in place. The stress of operating under those guidelines resulted...

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Keeneland September Yearling Sale Kicks-Off Book 2

Book 2 has kicked off at the Keeneland September Yearling Sale on Sept. 16, one of horse racing’s top events of the year. It followed a one-day break after the two-day Book 1, which saw 14 horses sold for seven figures. No individual made it past the $1 million mark on Sept. 16, but the top horse of the day was a son of Uncle Mo , purchased for $950,000 by Mayberry Farm. Consigned by Gainesway, agent, the colt (Hip 506) comes out of the female family of Grade 1 winner and sire Twirling Candy....  Read More

American Pharoah Colts Set to Face Off in Franklin-Simpson

The $500,000 Franklin-Simpson Stakes (G3T) at Kentucky Downs will see three sophomore colts sired by American Pharoah go up against each other. The Sept. 16 event will take place on the closing day card. Those three colts are Paul Pompa Jr.'s Quick Call Stakes (G3T) winner Turned Aside; Richard Ravin's Mave, who is a Group 3 winner; and Leonard and Jonathan Green's Another Miracle, a multiple stakes winner. All three runners are sons of the 2015 Triple Crown champion. The Franklin-Simpson...  Read More

Grade 1 Winner Honor A. P. Retires

Lane's End farm announced on Sept. 14 that one of the top names in horse racing , the grade 1 winner Honor A. P., will retire. The 3-year-old colt will stand the 2021 season at the farm near Versailles, Ky. Honor A. P. retires as the top earner of his leading second-crop sire Honor Code, and he will arrive at Lane's End on Sept. 15. In Honor A. P.'s most recent run, he suffered an unlucky trip and finished fourth in the Kentucky Derby Presented by Woodford Reserve (G1). In that outing, he...  Read More

Today's TOP PICKS

Race 5

1st
6
Milburn
2nd
4
Bourbon Tan
3rd
5
Last Spring
4th
7
Tornado Boy

Race 1

1st
3
Dugout
2nd
1
Runforthemunnings
3rd
6
Hide The Demon
4th
2
Boa Nova (Ire)