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Sparkman: City Zip might have his Derby horse in Improbable
Monday, December 10th, 2018
Sparkman: City Zip might have his Derby horse in Improbable
King: Lots to like about Vibrance in StarletKing: Lots to like about Vibrance in Starlet
Friday, December 7th, 2018
When horseplayers open the past performances for Saturday's Grade 1 Starlet at Los Alamitos, the last-out third from Vibrance in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies will understandably garner attention.
Hovdey: One year later, wounds knit and a tree growsHovdey: One year later, wounds knit and a tree grows
Wednesday, December 5th, 2018
One year after a tragic fire killed 46 Thoroughbreds at San Luis Rey Downs, the people who cared for the animals are still coming to grips with the trauma and loss.
Owner Joseph Scardino dies at 86
Wednesday, December 5th, 2018
Joseph Scardino, a longtime horse owner who achieved his greatest success with 2016 Breeders' Cup Turf Sprint winner Obviously, died on Sunday. He was 86.
David Heerensperger, owned Hawksley Hill and Grade 1 winners Millennium Wind and Artiste Royal, dies at 82
Tuesday, December 4th, 2018
David Heerensperger, who won multiple Grade 1 races but is probably best known for owning the star-crossed Hawksley Hill, died on Sunday in his native Washington. He was 82.
Rick Hammerle said to be out at Santa Anita
Monday, December 3rd, 2018
Rick Hammerle is being replaced as the racing secretary at Santa Anita Park, multiple sources with knowledge of the situation reported Friday.
Longshot contributes to $4,777 Stronach 5 payoutLongshot contributes to $4,777 Stronach 5 payout
Sunday, December 2nd, 2018
The $1 Stronach 5 on Friday paid $4,777 after late-running longshot Premium Forest was up in time to win the final leg, race 3 from Golden Gate Fields. There were 69 winning tickets.
Espinoza progressing toward return, now targeting mid-JanuaryEspinoza progressing toward return, now targeting mid-January
Saturday, December 1st, 2018
Victor Espinoza, the Hall of Fame jockey who has been sidelined since a morning training accident more than four months ago, on Saturday at Del Mar said he was making excellent progress and hoped to return to action by mid-January.
CHRB grants Golden Gate approval for winter-spring meet datesCHRB grants Golden Gate approval for winter-spring meet dates
Friday, November 30th, 2018
Golden Gate Fields received provisional approval from the California Horse Racing Board on Thursday to run its winter-spring meeting beginning on Dec. 26 after reaching an agreement with the Thoroughbred Owners of California on simulcast signals for ...
Hovdey: Two more big stakes and away Trevor goesHovdey: Two more big stakes and away Trevor goes
Thursday, November 29th, 2018
Once the final race is run on Sunday afternoon at Del Mar, California racing's most recognizable voice will fall silent until next July, when Trevor Denman returns from the tranquility of his southeastern Minnesota farm.
Kosta Hronis, Jim Rome join Del Mar boardKosta Hronis, Jim Rome join Del Mar board
Thursday, November 29th, 2018
Prominent horse owner Kosta Hronis and top radio personality Jim Rome are the newest members of Del Mar's board of directors, the track announced on Thursday.
Michael Wrona abruptly dismissed as Santa Anita announcer
Monday, November 26th, 2018
In what seems like a shocking development, Santa Anita has decided to replace its talented and popular track announcer, Michael Wrona, Tim Ritvo of The Stronach Group said on Saturday, confirming a note on Twitter from Wrona saying he had been let go.
Hovdey: Stevens at peace with sudden retirementHovdey: Stevens at peace with sudden retirement
Sunday, November 25th, 2018
Gary Stevens needed to be told that he had to stop riding. And, much to the relief of his family, he was.
Hovdey: Gary Stevens, from up close and personalHovdey: Gary Stevens, from up close and personal
Friday, November 23rd, 2018
Journalists are not supposed to get too close to the people they cover. With Gary Stevens, though, a writer was bound to get his elbows scraped and knees scuffed, with a handful of heartbreaks along the way.
'Uncle Lou' Villasenor, longtime Santa Anita employee, dies at 58'Uncle Lou' Villasenor, longtime Santa Anita employee, dies at 58
Friday, November 23rd, 2018
Lou Villasenor, a popular member of Santa Anita's television department for more than 30 years, died on Thursday morning from an apparent heart attack, leaving a void and many broken hearts at the track where he first began working as a marketing aide ...
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