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Triple Crown winner 'Pharoah' racing in Haskell

Triple Crown winner 'Pharoah' racing in Haskell

Still could race at Saratoga.

American Pharoah to Haskell

American Pharoah to Haskell

Saratoga still a possibility for Triple Crown winner

NYRA to charge for picnic, Carousel tables in Saratoga

SARATOGA SPRINGS

NYRA to charge for picnic, Carousel tables in Saratoga

The New York Racing Association is promising great racing this summer at Saratoga Race Course — but fans will need to reach deeper into their pockets for some of the premium experiences.

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Saratoga council ‘invites’ American Pharoah to track

If Triple Crown winner American Pharoah races anywhere other than Saratoga Race Course this summer, it won’t be for lack of an invitation to the nation’s oldest continuously operating track.

ELMONT

American Pharoah goes for Triple Crown today in Belmont

American Pharoah is chasing history and immortality today. And seven horses will be chasing him.

Five things to know about today's Belmont Stakes

Five things to know about today's Belmont Stakes

1. Don't have a ticket? Don't go.

Analysis: American Pharoah has date with history

Analysis: American Pharoah has date with history

The question in today’s Belmont Stakes isn’t: Can Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes hero American Pharoah win and become the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed in 1978? Rather, it’s: Will he win? There is a huge difference.

ELMONT

Belmont notes: Cavorting sure loves New York

At Saratoga Race Course last year, Cavorting gave a strong impression of things to come, but subsequently finished well out of the money in two starts, one in the fall and her 3-year-old season debut in February.

Tonalist returns to defend home track

ELMONT

Tonalist returns to defend home track

Run against Tonalist at Belmont Park at your own peril. This is his house.

NYRA board chairman taking leave of absence

NEW YORK

NYRA board chairman taking leave of absence

The chairman of the board of the New York Racing Association is taking a leave of absence following allegations that his company provided a “no-show” job to the son of former state Senate leader Dean Skelos.

Belmont field reduced to eight

Belmont field reduced to eight

Carpe Diem and The Truth Or Else were declared out of this Saturday’s 147th Belmont Stakes at Belmont Park on Monday.

NYRA board member: Bonomo should step aside

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NYRA board member: Bonomo should step aside

A special adviser to the New York Racing Association board says the organization’s new chairman should step aside in light of reports that his company is involved in a state corruption scandal.

Public hearing tonight on NYRA's proposed Race Course upgrades

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Public hearing tonight on NYRA's proposed Race Course upgrades

The New York Racing Association will be investing $15 million a year for almost a decade in capital improvements at Saratoga Race Course, according to a draft environmental-impact statement released on Monday.

LOUISVILLE, Ky.

American Pharoah rules Kentucky Derby

Record crowd watches favorite win.

American Pharoah will get job done

There seems to be an almost industry-wide consensus that this year’s crop of 3-year-olds is one of the most talented and deepest in nearly 30 years. I staunchly agree.

Baffert is loaded with 2 blazing colts for Kentucky Derby

LOUISVILLE, Ky.

Baffert is loaded with 2 blazing colts for Kentucky Derby

Bob Baffert hopes he's celebrating in the winner's circle at the Kentucky Derby. He just doesn't know which horse or owners would join him.

Starlight hoping for change of luck

Don Lucarelli said he’ll faint if Itsaknockout wins the 141st Kentucky Derby on Saturday.

Bigger clubhouse on drawing board for Saratoga

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Bigger clubhouse on drawing board for Saratoga

Plans are moving forward to expand the clubhouse at Saratoga Race Course in what would be the historic track’s largest capital improvement in a half-century.

American Pharoah 5-2 Derby favorite

Draws No. 18 post

Marylou Whitney to be honored at Churchill Downs

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Marylou Whitney to be honored at Churchill Downs

Marylou Whitney, a fixture in the thoroughbred and philanthropic worlds, has been named First Lady of the Oaks and will be honored at Churchill Downs Racetrack on Friday in conjunction with the 141st running of the $1 million Longines Kentucky Oaks, a top race for 3-year-old fillies.

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