BLOODHORSE WEEK IN REVIEW

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Navarro, Servis Plead Not Guilty to Federal Charges

Trainers among 19 arraigned in U.S. federal court on doping-related charges. More…

COVID-19 Claims Life of Belmont Backstretch Worker

Martin Zapata worked for trainer Tom Morley in New York. More…

Golden Gate Racing Suspended by Health Department

BC Has Seat at the Table as Trump Briefs Sports Leaders

Finnick the Fierce Wins Via Disqualification at Oaklawn

Shashashakemeup Shocks in Oaklawn Park Allowance

Sideline Could be ‘Blessing in Disguise’ for Authentic

TVG Evolves Amidst Changes in Sports Landscape

Charlatan, Tiz the Law 5-1 in Derby Future Wager Pool 4

Churchill Prepared for Spectatorless Racing Possibility

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Owner Nick Alexander (left) celebrates with jockey Geovanni Franco after Lieutenant Dan's victory in the 2019 Echo Eddie Stakes at Santa Anita Park

Horse Owners Aim to Weather COVID-19 Cancellation Storm

Across much of the United States, horse owners are shaken from COVID-19-related shutdowns of racetracks that have brought Thoroughbred racing to a halt in many states. Gone is much of their revenue from racing purses, though not their expenses.

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Steve Haskin’s Derby Dozen – April 7, 2020

For this Derby Dozen, Steve focuses a little more on speed ratings. More…

Officials Still Mulling New Date for Preakness

Exact timing for second jewel of Triple Crown in question due to COVID-19. More…

Charlatan, Tiz the Law 5-1 in Derby Future Wager Pool 4

Sideline Could be ‘Blessing in Disguise’ for Authentic

Reopening of Stable Areas at Churchill Downs Delayed

Strike the Gold’s Blue Grass Close to Zito’s Heart

Independence Hall to Target One-Turn Tests in Future

Tiz the Law Named 2019 New York-Bred Horse of the Year

Finnick the Fierce Wins Via Disqualification at Oaklawn

Churchill Prepared for Spectatorless Racing Possibility

BackTrack: I’ll Have Another Game in Santa Anita Derby

Analyzing Kentucky Derby Future Wager Pool 4

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Trainer Todd Pletcher at Palm Beach Downs

Pletcher Returns to the Top at Gulfstream Park

At a time when a pandemic has filled the world with fear and great uncertainty, trainer Todd Pletcher helped to instill a small sense of normal this winter when he earned his 16th Championship Meet title in 17 years.

BLOODHORSE RACING RECAP

Hong Kong Jockey Club

Beauty Generation Back to His Best in Chairman’s Trophy

Longshot Voyage Warrior takes Sprint Cup (G2) at Sha Tin April 5. More…

Shashashakemeup Shocks in Oaklawn Park Allowance

San Vicente (G2) runner-up Ginobili was fifth in April 5 race. More…

Lucky Lilac Lands Osaka Hai at Hanshin

Kimari Rallies to Take Purple Martin Stakes

Halladay Returns a Winner at Gulfstream Park

Trainer O’Connor Lands First Career Win

Pizza-Powered Nettoyer Devours Doncaster Mile Field

Finnick the Fierce Wins Via Disqualification at Oaklawn

King’s Legacy, Quick Thinker Shine at Randwick

Analyzing Kentucky Derby Future Wager Pool

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Strike the Gold wins the 1991 Blue Grass Stakes at Keeneland

Strike the Gold’s Blue Grass Close to Zito’s Heart

The last horse to grace the winner’s circle in both Lexington and Louisville was Strike the Gold in 1991. The son of Alydar took both races for a young Nick Zito, who also went on to carve his own name into the annals of Derby history.

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A view from the empty paddock April 2 at Keeneland

Keeneland Stays Ahead of Curve in War Against COVID-19

With the cancellation of the Spring Meet and COVID-19 still a looming threat in North America and around the world, Keeneland has implemented to methods to ensure the safety of their employees, all while giving back to their community.

Fasig-Tipton Reschedules May Midlantic 2-Year-Old Sale

Inspecting potential purchases at the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Sale

Fasig-Tipton Reschedules May Midlantic 2-Year-Old Sale

Fasig-Tipton announced April 3 the rescheduling of its 2020 May Midlantic 2-Year-Olds in Training Sale, which will now be held June 29-30 at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium, Md.

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Jorge Navarro (right) at Gulfstream Park

Navarro, Servis Plead Not Guilty to Federal Charges

Trainers Jorge Navarro and Jason Servis entered pleas of not guilty to federal charges of involvement in a misbranding conspiracy during an April 2 teleconference arraignment before United States District Judge Mary Kay Vyskocil.