California Chrome

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For January Race, Pegasus Field Depth Impressive

As if the attraction of seeing the two best dirt horses in the world—arguably the two best horses in the world—currently in training wasn't enough, the first edition of the Pegasus World Cup Invitational (G1) also features depth comparable to last year's Dubai World Cup (G1). The second part of that sentence may come as a surprise to those who have knocked the field behind California Chrome and Arrogate... Read More

Bramlage Discusses Bone Bruising at Safety Summit

Just days before it was reported July 12 that California Chrome would miss at least three months of racing because of a cannon bone bruise, Larry Bramlage talked about that type of injury at the Welfare and Safety of the Racehorse Summit July 8 at Keeneland. Dr. Larry Bramlage - Anne M. Eberhardt Photo At the summit Bramlage said that as horses get older, the cannon bone can become dense to handle... Read More

Top 3-year-olds Separated from Pack in 2015 Derby Preps

Looking at the six U.S. races this year that the Road to the Kentucky Derby awards 100 points to the winner, four were won by favorites. Of the six races, International Star delivered the largest win payout at $6.60, a return that would have been the smallest from these six races if it had come in 2011.... Read More

Nod Goes to Breeders' Cup Classic as Year's Top Race

This year's Breeders' Cup Classic (gr. I) had it all: a close finish, a thrilling run through the stretch, and a lingering controversy. Having all of those elements, along with the usual ramifications on championships carried by North America's richest race, made Bayern's victory in the Breeders' Cup Classic at Santa Anita Park my top choice for the best race of 2014.... Read More

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