California Horse Racing Board Backs SB 469 Legislation

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California Horse Racing Board Backs SB 469 Legislation

The California Horse Racing Board approved its support of SB 469, a bill that would allow the CHRB to immediately suspend a license to conduct a race meeting if needed to protect equine health and welfare, at its May 23 meeting at Santa Anita Park.

BLOODHORSE TRIPLE CROWN NEWS

Anne M. Eberhardt

War of Will ‘Great’ Morning After Preakness Win

Mark Casse wants to run in Belmont Stakes (G1) with Preakness Stakes (G1) winner. More…

War of Will Punches Back With Preakness Win

War Front colt won $1.5 million Preakness Stakes (G1) May 18 at Pimlico Race Course. More…

Stronach Group’s Ritvo Addresses Media at Preakness

Preakness Win a ‘Dream Come True’ for Bussanich

Preakness Stalwarts Savor Alibi Breakfast

War of Will Moves Up in NTRA Poll with Preakness Win

Haskell Still Next Major Target for Maximum Security

Maryland Jockey Club Reports Record Preakness Weekend

Preakness Stakes 144

Preakness Overnight Rating Down From 2018

At Pimlico or Laurel, Core Racing Fans Deserve Better

TODAYS BLOODHORSE NEWS

Hip 156, a colt by Street Sense, walks to the sales pavilion at the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Sale

Street Sense Colt Tops Midlantic Sale Opener

Topped by a Street Sense colt sold for $500,000, the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic 2-Year-Olds in Training Sale kicked off on a strong note May 20, with gains in average and median when compared with the same session a year ago.

 

TODAYS BLOODHORSE NEWS

Jim McCue / Maryland Jockey Club

Improbable Favored in Wide-Open Preakness

Bob Baffert trainee drew post 4; War of Will picked up the rail again. More…

Chick Lang, Maryland Sprint Add Speed to Undercard

Six-furlong graded stakes on Preakness Stakes (G1) undercard at Pimlico. More…

Canadian Champion Bold Script to Start in Selene

Mucho Gusto Draws Rail in Lazaro Barrera Stakes

Vettori Kin Aims for Louisville Handicap Repeat

Soaring Softly Graded Stakes Debut for Seek and Destroy

Breeders’ Cup Runner-Up Chalon Returns in Skipat Stakes

Covfefe, Another Broad Take Aim at Miss Preakness

Pletcher Enters Two in Lengthened Pimlico Special

Always Shopping Tops Competitive Black-Eyed Susan Field

Keeler Johnson’s Preakness 144

 

BLOODHORSE TRIPLE CROWN REVIEW

 

Nicole Marie

Jockey Luis Saez Suspended 15 Days for Derby Infraction

Saez guided Maximum Security in Kentucky Derby (G1). More…

KY Stewards’ Report: Prat’s Objection Came From Track

A daily report from Kentucky stewards provides some added detail on Derby DQ. More…

Alwaysmining ‘Aggressive’ in Breeze Ahead of Preakness

Luis Saez Camp Argues Rivals Caused Derby Foul

Trio of Preakness Contenders Work at Churchill Downs

Market King Confirmed for Preakness Stakes

Maryland’s Best Hope: Alwaysmining

Chasing a Dream Leads Rubley to the Triple Crown

Improbable, Laughing Fox Breeze Before Preakness

Maximum Security Still Leads NTRA Top 3-Year-Old Poll

Bourbon War Works for Preakness

Saez Review Continued as Wests Consider Legal Options

Sir Winston Points Toward Belmont Stakes

Fitness No Problem as War of Will Begins Preakness Prep

TODAYS BLOODHORSE NEWS

War of Will will try to improve off a seventh-place finish in the Kentucky Derby

War of Will Kicks Off Preakness Activity at Pimlico

Gary Barber’s War of Will, the lone probable Preakness Stakes (G1) starter on the Pimlico grounds during the morning hours of May 14, had a leisurely walk in the opposite direction around a wet, muddy surface under exercise rider Kim Carroll.