Horse Racing

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — All seven Breeders’ Cup starters trained by Mark Casse were flown Wednesday from Southern California to south Florida and will head in various directions in the coming weeks and months, with all seven intended for 2018 campaigns. Casse, whose best horses shipped to Kentucky from Saratoga in early September and will disperse
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DEL MAR, Calif. — Lady Eli, who suffered significant cuts to her hind legs during Saturday’s Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Turf at Del Mar, has been withdrawn from Tuesday’s Keeneland November sale, it was announced Sunday. Lady Eli got stepped on during the early stages of the Filly and Mare Turf, a race in
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DEL MAR, Calif. — Del Mar successfully hosted the Breeders’ Cup races for the first time on Friday and Saturday, and it may not be long before the famous San Diego-area racetrack seeks the event again. “I think we’ll be back,” track president Joe Harper said on Sunday. “It’s up to the Breeders’ Cup. “The
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DEL MAR, Calif. — For more reasons than one, the people who work around World Approval would like to see him win the Breeders’ Cup Mile on a regular basis. Sure, there’s the glory and the riches, but Saturday’s BC Mile win also served to take the edge off World Approval. The 5-year-old nearly white
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DEL MAR, Calif. — The undefeated Rushing Fall has earned a wintertime vacation after her win in Friday’s Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf at Del Mar. “She’s going down to Stonestreet and [will] take the winter off,” owner Bob Edwards said after the race. “She deserves it.” Edwards keeps horses at Stonestreet Farm in Ocala,
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DEL MAR, Calif. — Talismanic, the upset winner of the Breeders’ Cup Turf at Del Mar on Saturday, is likely to stay in training in 2018. His presence in the older horse division in Europe next year could give owner Sheikh Mohammed’s Godolphin Racing a powerful duo of 5-year-olds for that continent’s top races –
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DEL MAR, Calif. — Caledonia Road emerged in good shape from her upset victory Saturday in the $2 million Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies and likely will have about 45 days of light training before trainer Ralph Nicks starts plotting out a course for the Kentucky Oaks in May. Nicks said Caledonia Road left Del Mar
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