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Don't Tell Sophia Back at Oaklawn for 2015
Grade I winner Don't Tell Sophia, the most accomplished older female runner based at Oaklawn Park the past two years, arrived Dec. 21 and is scheduled to work this weekend in preparation for her 2015 debut.
Handsome Mike to Stand at Pleasant Acres
Handsome Mike, a two-time graded stakes-winning millionaire by Scat Daddy, has been retired from racing and will stand the 2015 breeding season for $4,000 at Pleasant Acres Stallions in Morriston, Fla.
New Purse Payout for Charles Town Classic
The $1.5 million Charles Town Classic (gr. II), which has a new purse payout structure, again highlights the stakes schedule at Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races for 2015.
Qatar Sponsorship Boosts Goodwood Purses
England's Goodwood Racecourse has announced a 10-year partnership with Qatar that will result in more than £2 million invested in prize money for eight key races during the Qatar Goodwood Festival 2015.
Scholarship Named in Honor of Thornbury
The Horse Farm Workers' Educational Assistance Fund has announced the creation of the Jeffrey D. Thornbury, Jr. Memorial Scholarship.
Baffert Quartet Faces Shared Belief in Malibu
Bob Baffert will take four shots at champion Shared Belief in the $300,000 Malibu Stakes (gr. I), the featured event as Santa Anita Park kicks off its 2014-15 winter/spring meet the day after Christmas.
Awesome Baby Heads Speedy Field in La Brea
A two-time graded stakes winner earlier this year at Santa Anita Park, Awesome Baby will put her speed to the test when she returns to action in the $300,000 La Brea Stakes (gr. I) on opening day Dec. 26 at the Arcadia track.
Los Alamitos Concludes Successful Winter Meet
Los Alamitos Race Course ended a successful first winter Thoroughbred meet Dec. 21, averaging $5,640,866 in daily total combined mutuel handle during the 12-day stand, and showing a sizable gain in wagering out of state.
Strong Field Set for Mathis Brothers Mile
After a rare loss last time out, California-bred Red Outlaw will try to get back to his winning ways in the $200,000 Mathis Brothers Mile (gr. IIT) Dec. 26, opening day at Santa Anita Park.
Divine Oath, North Slope Meet in McKnight
Trainer Todd Pletcher will send out Divine Oath, a close-up third in the Twilight Derby (gr. IIT) at Santa Anita Park, in the $100,000 W. L. McKnight Handicap (gr. IIIT) Dec. 27 at Gulfstream Park.

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RACING: Bradstock praises Flintham

The five-year-old flew the family flag in sparkling style at the Berkshire track on Saturday for Bradstock's Letcombe Bassett stables, near Wantage, by making virtually all the running to record a game success in the three-mile novices' handicap hurdle. Nico de Boinville's mount refused to be passed when challenged by The Tourard Man, crossing the line with a length and quarter to spare.

Reporting: PanamaSUPERMARKET Honcho Favored Over Labor in Panama's Elections

About six months before the H1N1 'swine flu' virus broke out, an immigrant from Bangladesh began selling food on the streets of Mexico City. Shortly before his own death, the food vendor was visited by his brother, who became ill and returned to Bangladesh .

Fosters delight for Mullins

Fosters Cross gave young rider David Mullins his first winner as a professional when rolling back the years in the Horse & Jockey Handicap Hurdle at Thurles. The 12-year-old provided the 7lb claimer, son of trainer Tom Mullins, with a red-letter day in what was a typically game performance to register a 13th career success.

Instant horse racing earns big bucks, draws concerns

Nestled in the heart of the small town of Garden City, just outside of Boise, are 200 slot-like machines collecting millions of dollars each month. Friendly staffers at Les Bois Park walk around offering drinks from the bar while rows of machines display brightly colored animations, blast chirpy music as bets are placed in mere seconds.

CHRB Eyes Scratching of Unreported Geldings

The California Horse Racing Board is considering a rule change that would result in the scratch of a horse that has been gelded since his last race if that information is not disclosed to track officials well before the race in question. After a brief discussion of the issue at the CHRB's monthly meeting Dec. 18 at Los Alamitos Race Course, the matter was referred to the board's Medication and Track Safety Committee for consideration.

Alexis Sanchez is fancied to make an impact for Arsenal

Dan Skelton couldn't quite win two Ladbroke Hurdles in a row yesterday when Shelford ran a game fourth at Ascot, but he can get back on the winning trail at a lesser level with My Oh Mount Brown this afternoon. The seven year old has had four trainers in his short career, but Skelton is the right man to get the best out of him and the first-time hood he applied on the horse at Warwick 10 days ago brought about an improvement in form.

Easterby prospect to strike again at Haydock

NORTH Yorkshire trainer Tim Easterby, who placed Run Ructions Run to win four races last season, heads to Haydock today in the hope of returning his smart mare to the winning trail after an encouraging comeback effort. The five-year-old will be partnered by James Reveley in the Grech Family Handicap Hurdle following a fine first effort of the campaign on this course four weeks ago when she chased home On Tour.

Dortmund wins Los Alamitos Futurity by a head for Baffert

Ridden by Martin Garcia, Dortmund ran 1 1/16 miles in a track-record 1:40.86, bettering the mark of 1:41.62 set by the Baffert-trained Tiz Midnight in the Bayakoa Stakes two weeks ago. The 2-year-old son of Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner Big Brown paid $3.20, $2.40 and $2.10 as the 3-5 favorite.

Volunteers work to return horse racing to Rillito Downs

TUCSON, AZ - Less than a year after talks of ending the races at Rillito Downs, promotional flyers for the new season read "The track is back" and "La pista esta lista." The Rillito Park Foundation signed a three-year lease for property, according to foundation president Jaye Wells.

Horse training competition set in Central Oregon

Bend's Equine Outreach has dozens of rescued horses. And while safe, it's hardly a place to call home.

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