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Santa Anita To Offer Horse Racing Roulette: Here Are The Rules

Santa Anita To Offer Horse Racing Roulette: Here Are The Rules

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Gambling on horse racing is one of the main attractions to coming to the track, much like roulette is one of the main table games in a casino. What if we told you that bettors can do both at Santa Anita Park later this month? Horse Racing Roulette will debut at Santa Anita Park as a win-only wager available in all 10 opening-day races on Wednesday, Dec. 26 for races that have fields of six or more horses. According to the...

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Hall Of Fame Jockey Victor Espinoza Aims For Comeback After Accident

Hall Of Fame Jockey Victor Espinoza Aims For Comeback After Accident

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Victor Espinoza rode American Pharoah to a Triple Crown sweep in 2015 but a riding accident last July left him with a fractured vertebra in his neck. The 46-year-old Hall of Fame jockey is aiming to return to riding in January, half a year after he was seriously injured. Espinoza was riding Bobby Abu Dhabi in a workout at Del Mar when the horse collapsed of an apparent heart attack. The horse immediately died but Espinoza was flying through the air....

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Cigar Mile Race Video, Betting Payouts: Patternrecognition Scores Upset

Cigar Mile Race Video, Betting Payouts: Patternrecognition Scores Upset

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Five-year-old Patternrecognition earned a third consecutive win in Saturday’s Grade 1 Cigar Mile at Aqueduct, besting the eight-horse field at 5.40 odds by 3/4-length. The year’s final Grade 1 race in New York, the $750,000 Cigar Mile proved to be Patternrecognition’s second straight quality start. Last time out, he won the first stakes race of his career, the Grade 2 Kelso Handicap at Belmont Park. Patternrecognition did one better on Saturday with the outside post position draw, getting to the inside rail...

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Hall of Fame Jockey Gary Stevens Retiring From Horse Racing

Hall of Fame Jockey Gary Stevens Retiring From Horse Racing

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Hall of Fame jockey Gary Stevens is retiring from horse racing after over 30,000 races due to a C4 vertebra pressing up against his spinal cord. Stevens, 55, was injured in the post parade last Saturday at Del Mar. “My right arm went numb. It was almost like a whiplash effect,” Stevens told The Daily Racing Forum. “I was getting close (to retiring) anyway. Now it will be time to pursue other things, but thank God I’m not in...

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Kentucky Derby 2019 odds: Game Winner Early Favorite To Win

Kentucky Derby 2019 odds: Game Winner Early Favorite To Win

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Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Victor Game Winner is the early Kentucky Derby 2019 favorite, according to offshore sportsbook Bovada. Unbeaten in four starts as a 2-year-old, Game Winner finished his perfect 2-year-old season with a fourth straight win in the Juvenile. Game Winner won his second start in the Grade 1 Del Mar Futurity by 1 1/2 lengths and each of his other four wins were by a greater margin than that decisive triumph, per America’s Best Racing. Trained by...

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2018 Breeders’ Cup Results, Race Video: Accelerate Wins Classic

2018 Breeders’ Cup Results, Race Video: Accelerate Wins Classic

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The 2018 Breeders’ Cup Championship took place this past weekend on Nov. 2 and Nov. 3 from Churchill Downs in Kentucky. The 14-race event was capped by the 14-horse field for the Breeders’ Cup Classic, a $6 million race over 1 1/4 miles. Race-favorite Accelerate held off Gunnevera to win the Classic by a length to give trainer John Sadler his first Breeders’ Cup win since his initial starter 30 years prior, according to the Associated Press. Accelerate covered...

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2018 Breeders’ Cup: Schedule, Purse, Distance, Classic Entries

2018 Breeders’ Cup: Schedule, Purse, Distance, Classic Entries

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The 2018 Breeders’ Cup Championship takes place on Nov. 2 and 3 from Churchill Downs in Kentucky. The 14-race event is capped by the 14-horse field for the Breeders’ Cup Classic, a $6 million race over 1 1/4 miles. Below is all you need to know about the upcoming two-day 2018 Breeders’ Cup event. 2018 Breeders’ Cup Schedule DAY 1 – FRIDAY, NOV. 2, 2018 Race Purse Distance/Surface Post Time Juvenile Turf Sprint $1,000,000 5 1/2 furlongs (Turf) 3:21...

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What Is The Stud Fee for Triple Crown Winner Justify?

What Is The Stud Fee for Triple Crown Winner Justify?

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Reigning Triple Crown winner Justify was forced into retirement from racing due to a troublesome ankle but the horse will still be active breeding at Coolmore Farms to those who can afford the 2019 stud fee. If Justify’s offspring is anything near as successful as he was then the investment will easily pay off. Justify dominated in his first start at Santa Anita Park on Feb. 18 and never looked back, winning his next five races in fashion. He...

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The 8 Biggest Kentucky Derby Longshots And What They Paid

The 8 Biggest Kentucky Derby Longshots And What They Paid

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Through the ages at the Kentucky Derby there have been plenty of longshots to pull upsets and reward bettors with massive payouts. The first leg of the Triple Crown, the Kentucky Derby, has been run annually for over 140 years after all so there are bound to be several longshots to win. Below we complied the biggest longshots to win the Run for the Roses. MORE: 2018-19 Road to the Kentucky Derby Schedule Announced The 8 Biggest Kentucky Derby Longshots And What They Paid...

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2018-19 Road to the Kentucky Derby Schedule Announced

2018-19 Road to the Kentucky Derby Schedule Announced

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Each year, 20 3-year-old horses have the chance to run in the Kentucky Derby. To earn a spot in the starting gate, they must qualify through a series of races at tracks across the globe, called the “Road to the Kentucky Derby.” Kentucky Derby qualifying points are awarded to the top-four finishers in each race. The 20 horses with the most points will earn a starting position for the 145th running of the $2 million guaranteed Kentucky Derby on Saturday,...

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Odds To Win 2018 Breeders’ Cup Classic: Accelerate The 2/1 Favorite

Odds To Win 2018 Breeders’ Cup Classic: Accelerate The 2/1 Favorite

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We have officially turned the calendar to October, which means next month is the 2018 Breeders’ Cup on November 2-3 in Churchill Downs, Kentucky. The 2018 Breeders’ Cup World Championships is capped by the Breeders’ Cup Classic with a purse of $6 million that is open to three-year-olds and older over a distance of 1 1/4 miles. While the starting lineup isn’t finalized for the 2018 Breeders’ Cup Classic, Accelerate is the early favorite to win. Accelerate was a 12 ½-length winner of...

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What Oscar Performance’s Team Is Saying About The Woodbine Mile Win

What Oscar Performance’s Team Is Saying About The Woodbine Mile Win

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Oscar Performance punched his ticket to the Grade 1 Breeders’ Cup Mile in Saturday’s $832,000 Woodbine Mile and his team couldn’t be more excited. The 4-year-old Oscar Performance won the Woodbine Mile by 1 1/2 lengths over local favorite Mr Havercamp. Oscar Performance was racing for the first time since being pulled up after a bad step as the favorite in the Grade 1 Arlington Million. “I’m just happy that he’s back,” Woodbine Mile jockey Jose Ortiz told reporters after the...

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Horses and CBD

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What are Cannabinoids? Cannabinoids are chemical compounds that are found in cannabis and hemp. They match and map to endocannabinoids in the ECS (Endocannabinoid System) found in all mammals. These systems are not identical across each species, but they do function in much the same way. Phytocannabinoids trigger an entire inventory of medical therapeutic applications. THC is the best known of all of these elements, but it’s the one that produces the psychoactive effects that placed it on the...

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Tropical Storm Gordon Remnants Postpone Sunday’s Card In Kentucky

Tropical Storm Gordon Remnants Postpone Sunday’s Card In Kentucky

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Tropical Storm Gordon remnants brought nearly half a foot of rain to the Ohio Valley over the weekend, prompting one Kentucky horse racing track to cancel its race card. Kentucky Downs canceled its Sunday card and is moving the 10-race program to Wednesday due to the wet and unseasonably cool conditions. “Unfortunately, due to the early morning rain showers and predicted showers throughout the day, we are canceling the card today,” Ted Nicholson, Kentucky Downs senior vice president and...

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Hong Kong Jockey Club Opens New Spectacular Racecourse

Hong Kong Jockey Club Opens New Spectacular Racecourse

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Racehorsemeds.com is an international supplier of veterinary products to maintain the health of your racing animal and to maximize their performance so it’s only fair that we recognize some of the biggest horse racing news around the world. The impressive Hong Kong Jockey Club’s Conghua racecourse was officially opened last week, marking the beginning of a new era for the sport in Hong Kong. Situated in the Conghua district of Guangzhou in Guangdong province, Conghua is the first world-class...

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The 5 Biggest Horse Racing Events Around The World For Remainder Of 2018

The 5 Biggest Horse Racing Events Around The World For Remainder Of 2018

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Racehorsemeds.com is an international supplier of veterinary products to maintain the health of your racing animal and to maximize their performance so it’s only fair that we recognize the biggest horse racing events around the world for the rest of the 2018 calendar year. We’ve recapped The Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series from Belmont Park, the Prestigious 2018 Royal Ascot, and the Triple Crown and now it’s time to look at what the rest of the year holds around the world beginning...

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Ranking The Best Thoroughbred Horse Racing Tracks In North America

Ranking The Best Thoroughbred Horse Racing Tracks In North America

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Large crowds, pristine views, huge purses, awesome locations, and rich traditions are just some of the reasons why the best horse racing tracks in North America remain popular to this day. We took the time to make a list of the top-25 best thoroughbred horse racing tracks in North America and many popular racing tracks are at the front. The Triple Crown racing tracks obviously make our top-25 list but so does Del Mar in San Diego and Saratoga in New York....

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How to Take Proper Care of Your Horse’s Teeth

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Excellent Article! First posted June 8, 2018 on WikiHow.com – https://www.wikihow.com/Take-Proper-Care-of-Your-Horse%27s-Teeth A horse’s teeth are vital to his well-being. If they are painful, infected, or missing, he will not be able to chew his food properly and will rapidly lose condition. Therefore, horses require regular dental attention to catch problems early and ensure their teeth stay in tip-top condition. Part1 Checking Your Horse’s Teeth Yourself 1 Check your horse’s teeth regularly. Every responsible horse owner should regularly check their horse’s...

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Looking Back On Justify’s Historic Career Before Injury Forced Retirement

Looking Back On Justify’s Historic Career Before Injury Forced Retirement

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Triple Crown winner Justify has been forced into retirement from racing due to a troublesome ankle, ending a historic career on the track. “Justify had some filling in his ankle, and he is just not responding quick enough for a fall campaign,” trainer Bob Baffert told reporters earlier this week. “We all wanted to see Justify run again, but ultimately it is my responsibility to make sure he is perfect. Without 60-90 days, I can’t be definite.” In appreciation...

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2018 San Clemente Stakes: Race Video, Results, Betting Payouts

2018 San Clemente Stakes: Race Video, Results, Betting Payouts

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The 79th summer season at Del Mar got underway on July 18, and more than 40,000 people attended the opening day festivities. The 36-day meet, which runs until Sep. 3., includes six Grade 1 stakes races, highlighted by the $1 million Pacific Classic on Aug. 18. Many were hoping Justify would compete in the Classic, and it remains to be seen if he will. Justify is dealing with a swollen left-front ankle and will be re-evaluated in two weeks before...

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Triple Crown Winner Justify Has A Swollen Ankle, Will Be Re-Evaluated In 2 Weeks

Triple Crown Winner Justify Has A Swollen Ankle, Will Be Re-Evaluated In 2 Weeks

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Justify is coming off a grueling schedule, winning six races in 111 days. He became the 13th Triple Crown winner of all time and the second horse to accomplish the feat since 1978. But has all the racing taken a toll on him? Justify is dealing with a swollen left-front ankle and will be re-evaluated in two weeks before returning to training. “We just have to evaluate it,” Hall of Fame horse trainer Bob Baffert said of his horse’s...

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