Right Time Racing LLC’s Bouquet Booth grasped an opportunity to control the early pace and held on determinedly to prevail by a neck over James M.
Trainer Neil Howard had indicated that Gaillardia Racing’s Wilkinson may have been a little flat when he finished third in his last race at Fair Grounds on New Yea
Feel The Thunder Stable’s Gran Estreno, a two-time winner of the Grade III Washington Park Handicap over Arlington’s synthetic surface in Chicago, proved equally proficient in Grad
He came, he saw, he conquered. That’s the motto jockey Garrett Gomez hopes to follow on Road to the Derby Kickoff Day at Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots.
Coteau Grove Farms’ Bella Medaglia collared Maggi Moss’s favored Little Polka Dot in mid-stretch and then drew off for a 5 3/4-length score in the $49,000 allowanc
Let us examine Neil Howard’s last season at Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots. Given the grim nature of the subject, we’ll be brief.
Courtlandt Farm’s Chloe Kate, just behind the early leaders, launched a bid outside front-running Royal Alluvial, owned by Arapaho Royal, entering the lane, took c
“That Dan Sullivan,” an enthusiastic Terril Corman said on the Thursday before the $100,000 Silverbulletday Stakes, “has been the luckiest guy in horse racing!”
Bret Calhoun remembers first coming to Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots in the mid-1990s with a small string of runners.
He didn’t belong.
Feel The Thunder Stable’s Gran Estreno, the $20,000 claim that keeps on giving, is expected to feel the thunder of Pin Oak Stable’s Strike Again next to him once a