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BC Friday: Why We Do What We Do

Photo by Anne M. Eberhardt ARCADIA, Calif. -- (Nov. 1, 2013) Photographers are setting their remotes. Reporters are filing into the press box. Sun up over the San Gabriel mountain range. The buzz is rising... Read More

Rosie Napravnik On the Run

By Esther Marr Jockey Rosie Napravnik didn't have much time to celebrate her historic triumph as the first female to capture the leading rider title at Keeneland at the conclusion of the meet Oct. 27.... Read More

BC TV Coverage Similar to That of 2012

The official television schedule for live coverage of the Breeders' Cup World Championships was released Oct. 21, and it shows all but one hour on the NBC Sports Network. The schedule is similar to that... Read More

Palace Malicitis

The primary attribute of Palace Malice is that he is a very good racehorse, having won the Belmont Stakes, Jim Dandy Stakes, and $1,481,135. But there are other plus factors. One, he is a big, powerful... Read More

Point of Entry Comes Back Strong

Point of Entry wins the Gulfstream Park Turf (Photo: Adam Coglianese) The program was set up with the idea that it would have to be aggressive, with only one goal—the Breeders' Cup Turf (gr. IT)—in mind... Read More

The Joy of Kittens

“Winner’s circle; Ken Ramsey speaking.” Ken Ramsey’s greeting on the phone shortly after Kitten Kaboodle’s victory in the Jessamine Stakes pretty much summed up the amazing run of victories he’s been on... Read More

Awaiting a Breeders' Cup 'Big Board'

There were interesting developments Oct. 7, with Churchill Downs announcing plans for the "big board" for Oaks and Derby days, and enlightening presentations at the International Simulcast Conference on... Read More

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