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Street Story Flies to Winning Colors Win
Whispering Oaks Farm's Street Story easily went by favored Spring Included to take the $100,000 Winning Colors Stakes (gr. III) May 25 at Churchill Downs.
American Pharoah 'Went Great' in Slop at CD
Triple Crown hopeful American Pharoah continued his training for the June 6 Belmont Stakes (gr. I) by galloping 1 1/4 miles on a sloppy Churchill Downs main track May 25.
Hard Not to Like Skims Rail, Takes Gamely
Speedway Stable's Hard Not to Like showed a liking for the Santa Anita Park turf course with a come-from-behind victory in the $300,000 Gamely Stakes (gr. IT) on the grass May 25.
G. G. Ryder Swoops to All American Win
G. G. Ryder stormed to the lead in the final sixteenth and won the $100,000 All American Stakes (gr. III) from stablemate Outside Nashville May 25 at Golden Gate Fields.
Majestic City Strong in Lone Star Handicap
Bloom Racing Stable's Majestic City made his trip from California to Texas worthwhile with a wire-to-wire victory in the $200,000 Lone Star Handicap at Lone Star Park May 25.
Monmouth Reports Strong Memorial Day Weekend
Monmouth Park reported strong gains in pari-mutuel handle and record attendance for its three-day Memorial Day weekend May 23-25.
Mulhall, Former Racing Manager, Dies at 76
Richard Mulhall, a former trainer and racing manager of The Thoroughbred Corp., died May 25 at his home in Monrovia, Calif., following a lengthy illness, officials with Santa Anita Park publicity department said. He was 76.
Empire Dreams Rallies to Win Commentator
West Point Thoroughbreds' Empire Dreams scored the biggest win of his career when he took the $200,000 Commentator Handicap at Belmont Park May 25.
Distinctiv Passion Wires Field in Los Angeles
Distinctiv Passion, in his first start since an off-the-board finish in Dubai in late March, popped the gate and never looked back en route to victory in the $100,000 Los Angeles Stakes (gr. III) May 25 at Santa Anita Park.
Top-Quality Catalog for JRHA Select Sale
There are 244 yearlings and 241 weanlings cataloged for the Japan Racing Horse Association July select sale, set for July 13-14 at Northern Horse Park near New Chitose Airport in Hokkaido.

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Fire Fighting: Streaked clear to win the Redcar feature

Fire Fighting defied top weight as he returned to winning ways in style in the Racing UK Anywhere Zetland Gold Cup at Redcar. Since striking at Ayr in September, Fire Fighting had gone 15 races without success, but had run several good races in defeat, notably in Dubai and at Epsom.


Derby, Preakness winner gallops again; arrival in NY June 2

Assistant Jimmy Barnes said trainer Bob Baffert is scheduled to be at Churchill Downs on Tuesday to determine the workout routine for American Pharoah.


Turkmenistana s leader, infamous for falling off a horse, unveils a...

People gather for the monument unveiling ceremony in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan Monday, May 25, 2015. The isolated energy-rich Central Asian nation of Turkmenistan has unveiled a gold-leafed statue of the president in a gesture intended to burnish the leader's burgeoning cult of personality.


Horse Racing: Easterbys tipped for Bank Holiday success

At Redcar, Tim Easterby, after saddling three winners on Saturday, is fancied lift the featured Zetland Gold Cup with Silvery Moon, while at Carlisle, his uncle, Mick Easterby has a fighting chance of completing a treble on the card. Silvery Moon, who has course-winning form at Redcar, will be partnered by David Allan in the Racing UK Anywhere-sponsored showpiece event, which has A 26,500 in prize money.


O'Brien still has Derby puzzle

Aidan O'Brien appeared no nearer to establishing his number one Investec Derby contender following the conclusion of Irish Guineas weekend at the Curragh. After the second Guineas success of Gleneagles on Saturday, attention on Sunday surrounded the belated return of Giovanni Canaletto under Ryan Moore in the Airlie Stud Gallinule Stakes, but despite a late surge the even-money favourite went down by a neck to the filly Curvy.


Horse Racing: Big day for Jones in Derby trials

Jones, one of the nation's leading quarter horse trainers in America, assured himself of three starters in the June 6 Ruidoso Derby when three of his top sophomore runners won trial races. They even ran fast enough to compete for the rich dash, which is worth a purse of $800,000.


RACING: Al Kazeem is pure Gold at The Curragh

Al Kazeem and jockey James Doyle win the Tattersalls Gold Cup during the Tattersalls Irish Guineas Festival at The Curragh BECKHAMPTON trainer Roger Charlton labelled Al Kazeem "all you need in a racehorse" after another superb victory in the Tattersalls Gold Cup at the Curragh. It is two years since the John Deer-owned entire gunned down Camelot in the same Group One event, the start of a magnificent summer during which he also claimed the Prince of Wales's Stakes at Royal Ascot and the Coral-Eclipse at Sandown.


Make your horse gleam with eight grooming kit essentials

What grooming items do leading showing experts swear by in order to make the horses in their care look their best in the ring? Renowned pony producer Katy Carter and Jo Jack, head groom to Katie Jerram for 12 years, reveal eight essential items that give their charges the winning edge. Ideal for lifting coats out and, because they are soft, horses will allow you to rub their whole bodies, including their legs, top of the head and around their ears.


Review of Beverley

A round-up of the pick of the action from Beverley where Simon Crisford struck with the Royal Ascot bound First Selection. It might have taken him 30 years to return to Beverley, but Simon Crisford had a ball in the East Yorkshire sunshine as First Selection teed up a date at Royal Ascot.


Horse & Hound helps good causes

A charity golf day in Oxfordshire on 11 May raised A 10,000 for Greatwood the ex-racehorse welfare charity. Jockeys, trainers and owners played on the red course at Frilford Heath Golf course for the event run by Greatwood's patrons, racehorse owners Russell and Lesley Field .



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