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Georgia on the mind of top breeder's in racing



Story on HorseRacingNation.com

"...Georgia represents the best new location for one of our nation’s oldest sports,” says Dean Reeves, Coalition president and owner of 2013 Breeder’s Cup Classic winner, Mucho Macho Man." Continue reading...

Jumelaka returns to face Wind Chill Factor on LA Champions Day



Story by Brian Spencer on FairGroundsRaceCourse.com

Magdalena Racing’s Kenny McPeek-trained Jumelaka will bring substantial class and speed figures to the Fair Grounds as she invades from her conditioner’s New York string for Saturday’s $100,000 Louisiana Champions Day Lassie. Continue reading...

Vyjack right back in Queens County



Story by Sports Network on Kentucky.com

Here is the field for the Queens County in post position order: Elnaawi, Angel Arroyo, 6-1; Plainview, Jeremy Rose, 30-1; Don Dulce, Fernando Jara, 10-1; Vyjack, Irad Ortiz Jr., 5-2; Misconnect, Dylan Davis, 7-2; Micromanage, Manuel Franco, 7-2; Stormin Monarcho, Jevian Toledo, 3-1; Percussion, C. C. Lopez, 15-1; Turco Bravo, Jose Ortiz, 10-1 and Wealth to Me, Angel Cruz, 15-1. Micromanage and Misconnect are coupled. Read more here:

Oregon Champions Day led by Grindstone progeny



Special story by Bill Finley for ESPN.com

"On Sunday, Portland Meadows will hold its annual Oregon Champions Day and sons and daughters of Grindstone are all over the card. There are four Oregon-bred stakes on the card for two and three-year-olds and the combined fields include 16 Grindstones. With 28 starters in those four races he represents 57 percent of the fields." Continue reading...

Catholic Cowboy Gives Zito Claiming Crown Jewel



In sports, there's no better angle then home field advantage. And so it was on Saturday for the Nick Zito trained Catholic Cowboy when he upset the field at 17-1 to take the Claiming Crown Jewel on Saturday's opening day program at Gulfstream Park.

Read the rest of the story here. Photo: Gulfstream Park

Nick Zito Returns To Defend Title in Claiming Crown



“It’s a great event for these horses,” Zito said, “and it also kicks off Gulfstream the right way. We were fortunate enough last year to win it. Gulfstream is a premiere track in America. I can’t say enough good things about it. It’s a beautiful facility, and it’s a good place to hang out in the winter.”

Read the full story at HorseRacingNation.com

Silver Charm Comes Home To Kentucky



Silver Charm Wins 1997 Kentucky DerbyIn a San Luis Obispo Tribune report, 1997 Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner Silver Charm has returned to Kentucky.

Following a long career at stud in Japan, the Bob Baffert trained will spend the rest of his days at Old Friends farm in Georgetown.

He'll be quarantined for 21 days before being turned out on the farm where the public will have a chance to see the 20-year old champ in action.

Read the full story here. Photo: ROBERTO BOREA, FILE — AP Photo

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