Kenneth Mattis Memorial Trophy should be a cinch for Fayrouz – watch Messi

The only professional to enter racing’s Hall of Fame as both a trainer and a jockey, Kenneth Mattis is being honoured tomorrow with the running of the trophy named in his honour. There are eight starters in the 10-furlong, Kenneth Mattis Memorial Trophy for horses who are campaigning at the Overnight Allowance level. Below is […]

Number two for England’s Rose

KINGSTON, Jamaica - England’s Rose, full sister of the brilliant She’s A Maneater, put in another advancing and steady gallop when she blew away rivals in a Restricted Allowance event for native-bred and imported two-year-olds - non-winners of two going 4 furlongs (800m). The fleet-footed England’s Rose (Natural Selection – Ahwhofah) made a smashing debut […]

UK RACING – Win number three for Bataash in King George Stakes

Battaash became the first three-time winner of the King George Stakes with a third successive victory in the five-furlong sprint at Glorious Goodwood. Beaten into second by the now retired Blue Point last time out at Royal Ascot in June, the 1-4 favourite won by three-quarters of a length. The Charlie Hills-trained five-year-old, ridden by […]

New Mexico regulators decline to grant 6th 'racino' license

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico horse racing regulators announced Thursday they have declined to grant a sixth state horse track and casino license after months of uncertainty and millions spent by applicants. At a regularly scheduled New Mexico Racing Commission meeting, commission chair Beverly Bourguet said the newly appointed body decided it would not […]