Lady and The Track | February 28, 2020

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Pegasus World Cup Down To Ten As Omaha Beach, Spun To Run Will Scratch

January 22, 2020 |

  **UPDATED 10/23/20 Formidable Foes Take Aim At Retiring Favorite By Kaeli Bartholomew The Pegasus World Cup (G1) has been an exciting addition to the sport of horse racing since its inaugural running in 2017 as the race has attracted the best horses in the world with its large purse and prestigious reputation. The Gulfstream […]

Mucho Gusto Ready For Big Performance In Pegasus World Cup

January 22, 2020 |

  Late Addition May Prove A Formidable Foe By Kaeli Bartholomew Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert was so confident with how Mucho Gusto was training that he decided he Mucho Macho Man colt would be a fierce contender in Saturday’s Pegasus World Cup (G1) at Gulfstream Park. He should know, he trained the race’s […]

Omaha Beach Set To Close Out Career In Pegasus World Cup

January 21, 2020 |

War Front Colt Closes Curtain On A Career Filled With  “What Ifs” By Kaeli Bartholomew It has been more than eight months since the announcement that Omaha Beach was being scratched from the Kentucky Derby sent a wave of shock through the horse racing community. Many believed that he would be the one to wear […]

What’s In A Name: Christmas/Hanukkah Edition

December 22, 2019 |

  By Margaret Ransom The Christmas/Hanukkah holidays have produced some fun and festive Thoroughbred names registered with The Jockey Club since the organization started maintaining official registrations in 1894 and maintaining records through the American Stud Book in 1896. There have been 17 horses named Christmas registered in several countries throughout the years, the most […]