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  • Terranovas Seek Derby Success With El Kabeir
  • "Since he ran at Churchill, he really started to change... it's amazing how this horse has kept going forward, while braving the brutal winter we had," Tonja Terranova said of Wood Memorial contender El Kabeir.
  • Luck of the Kitten Starts '15 in Transylvania
  • Last year's Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf (gr. I) runner-up Luck of the Kitten will try to start his 3-year-old season on the right foot when he faces a large field in the $100,000 Transylvania Stakes (gr. IIIT).
  • U.S. Alleges Conspiracy at Penn National
  • A review of federal court records outlining the criminal cases against four Penn National veterinarians reveals that the vets alledgedly followed the trainers' orders on what medications should be administered to horses.
  • Graham, Amoss, Moss Take FG Meet Titles
  • Jockey James Graham, trainer Tom Amoss, and owner Maggi Moss topped the standings in their respective categories when the 81-day meet at Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots concluded March 29.
  • Russell, Gonzalez Take Laurel Winter Titles
  • Laurel Park closed its 2015 winter meet March 29, with Sheldon Russell and Claudio Gonzalez taking the respective jockey and trainer titles.
  • El Kabeir Fires Bullet Work at Belmont
  • El Kabeir had his final tune-up for the $1 million Wood Memorial (gr. I) March 30, breezing five furlongs on Belmont Park's training track in 1:01.12, the fastest of 27 works at the distance.
  • Keeneland Plans Wide Live Broadcast Coverage
  • Racing at Keeneland's 15-day spring meet will be broadcast live on national television, local radio networks, and as part of wide-ranging coverage for race fans.
  • Untapable Heads Asmussen Workers at Oaklawn
  • Last year's 3-year-old filly champion looks to bounce back from a defeat in the Azeri Stakes in the Apple Blossom Handicap

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Racing Post

  • Thirsty and impatient? Get the beers in now for Aintree
  • HOW good was Cheltenham? Very, but forget it. And the Lincoln and the World Cup - over. Let's push on with racing's spring narrative - a tale now so disorderly it makes Ulysses read like Mr Men On Holiday.
  • O'Brien misses Dundalk as Moore rides Envoy
  • RYAN MOORE will be on duty at Dundalk on Wednesday night to partner War Envoy in the Listed Patton Stakes, fuelling further speculation that he and not Joseph O'Brien will be on the Ballydoyle big guns this season.
  • Hadrian's Approach unlikely to make Grand National
  • NICKY HENDERSON is highly unlikely to have a runner in this year's Crabbie's Grand National as his only entry Hadrian's Approach is reported to have knocked a hind leg joint in his box which could force him to miss the race.
  • Irvine leaving SIS to set up own consultancy
  • BETTING shop services provider SIS is to lose one of its most senior figures when George Irvine departs at the end of the year to set up his own consultancy.
  • France: High Celebrity camp swerve Imprudence
  • QIPCO 1,000 Guineas second-favourite High Celebrity was a notable absentee from the final list of 14 declarations for Thursday's Prix Imprudence at Maisons-Laffitte on Tuesday.
  • MBA in racing to be created at Liverpool University
  • THE BHA and Levy Board announced on Monday that a Thoroughbred Racing Industries MBA will be launched at the University of Liverpool from September.
  • Punchestown plan for The Giant Bolster
  • IN A departure from previous seasons, David Bridgwater is considering sending The Giant Bolster to the Punchestown festival in a bid to end the ten-year-old's season on a high.
  • GBI urges industry to continue support
  • GBI RACING, the joint venture set up to distribute British and Irish racing to overseas betting operators, celebrated its fifth anniversary this month with chairman Richard Brooke calling on the sport to continue to support its efforts.