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Today's Tracks

Thursday March 23rd

  • Vaal (SAf)    6:30am
  • Charles Town    7:00am
  • Chepstow (UK)    8:25am
  • Cork (IRE)    9:30am
  • Sedgefield (UK)    9:40am
  • Ludlow (UK)    10:25am
  • Gulfstream Tropical    12:00pm
  • Yonkers Raceway    12:00pm
  • Monticello Raceway    12:10pm
  • Mahoning Valley    12:35pm
  • The Meadows    12:45pm
  • Laurel Park    3:15pm
  • Hawthorne    3:50pm
  • Dover Downs    4:30pm
  • Penn National    6:00pm
  • Flamboro Downs    6:35pm
  • Remington Park    7:00pm
  • Woodbine at Mohawk    7:00pm
  • Rosecroft Raceway    7:15pm
  • New Plymouth NZ    7:25pm
  • Urawa JPN    9:00pm
  • Australia Harness 1    9:55pm
  • Fraser Downs    10:00pm
  • Albury AUS TH    10:15pm
  • Wellington AUS TH    10:35pm
  • Townsville AUS TH    10:55pm
  • Busan Korea    11:00pm
  • Geelong AUS    11:00pm
  • Australia Harness 2    11:15pm
  • Alexandra Park NZ Hr    11:55pm

Carryover Information

Carryover Wager Type Track Date
$1,674 JP Pick 6 TAMPA BAY DOWNS Mar 22
$15,466 JP Hi 5 PENN NATIONAL Mar 22
$60,703 JP Pick 6 MAHONING VALLEY Mar 22
$110,477 JP Pick 5 PARX RACING Mar 22
$4,039 Hi 5 DOVER DOWNS Mar 22
$2,341 Pick 5 MONTICELLO RACEWAY Mar 22
$56,181 JP Pick 6 Turf Paradise Mar 22
$415,596 JP Pick 6 Gulfstream Mar 22
$8,414 JP Hi 5 HAWTHORNE Mar 23
$14,635 JP Pick 5 FRASER DOWNS Mar 23
$29,213 JP Hi 5 WOODBINE MOHAWK Mar 23
$1,0222 JP Hi 5 Rosecroft Mar 23
$4,512 Hi 5 Turfway Mar 23
$72,110 JP Pick 6 Turfway Mar 23
$400 Hi 5 SUNLAND PARK Mar 24
$1,928 JP Hi 5 Sam Houston Mar 24
$2,768 Pick 5 Sam Houston Mar 24
$5,932 JP Pick 6 Laurel Mar 24
$205,612 JP Pick 6 Santa Anita Mar 24
$95,472 JP Pick 6 Golden Gate Mar 24
$10,000 Pick 6** LOS ALAMITOS QH Mar 25

Player News

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Racing News

JAMS Dispute Resolution Appointed To Hear Cases Under HISA’s Anti-Doping Program

JAMS Dispute Resolution Appointed To Hear Cases Under HISA’s Anti-Doping Program

JAMS, the largest private provider of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) services worldwide, will strengthen the integrity of United States horseracing by hearing cases under the newly created Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority’s (HISA) Anti-Doping and Medication Control (ADMC) Program.

The industry-first program, administered by the Horseracing Integrity & Welfare Unit (HIWU), seeks to establish nationwide, uniform and efficient results management and adjudication processes for Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Rule Violations. The Program will create a centralized testing and results management process and apply uniform penalties for violations across all American Thoroughbred racing jurisdictions that HISA governs, beginning March 27, 2023.

As the arbitral body appointed by HISA and HIWU, JAMS will maintain a panel of arbitrators to administer and hear Anti-Doping Rule Violation cases. The panel will consist of neutrals, many of whom have experience in anti-doping and/or sports adjudication. As part of its role, JAMS will provide procedural fairness to the parties involved.

“We are pleased to support the rollout of this program, which will help ensure neutrality and consistency in the enforcement of one part of the rules that govern horseracing. We believe the administrative excellence of the JAMS organization, and the quality and deep experience of our arbitrators, will be invaluable in resolving cases brought by HIWU. We are proud to do our part in a program that will help maintain the integrity of the sport.”- John Pardun, vice president of JAMS Solutions

HIWU was established in 2022 by Drug Free Sport International to administer the rules and enforcement mechanisms of HISA’s ADMC Program. HISA was established by the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act of 2020. Under the act, HISA submitted the Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Protocol (under Rule Series 3000) and the Arbitration Procedures (under Rule Series 7000) to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), which will become effective March 27, 2023 (pending approval by the FTC). As established by the Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Protocol (under Rule Series 3000) and the Arbitration Procedures (under Rule Series 7000), JAMS will fulfill certain requirements described therein of the arbitral body to resolve alleged Anti-Doping Violations. More information about the rules update can be found here.

About JAMS — Local Solutions. Global Reach.

Founded in 1979, JAMS is the largest private provider of alternative dispute resolution services worldwide. JAMS successfully resolves and manages business and legal disputes by providing efficient, cost-effective and impartial ways to overcome barriers at any stage of conflict. JAMS offers customized in-person, virtual and hybrid resolution services locally and globally through a combination of industry-specific experience, first-class client service, the latest technology and highly trained mediators and arbitrators. With a roster of over 400 neutrals and 30 locations, JAMS resolves thousands of the world’s important cases every year. JAMS neutrals are adept at managing the resolution process whether they are conducting in-person, virtual or hybrid hearings.

The post JAMS Dispute Resolution Appointed To Hear Cases Under HISA’s Anti-Doping Program appeared first on Horse Racing News | Paulick Report.

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Baffert ‘Was Hoping For Inside Draw,’ But Country Grammer Will Leave From Post 14 In Dubai World Cup Title Defense

Baffert ‘Was Hoping For Inside Draw,’ But Country Grammer Will Leave From Post 14 In Dubai World Cup Title Defense

The cards fell wildly for the favored horses at the barrier draw for the 27th Dubai World Cup sponsored by Emirates.

There were audible gasps early in the ceremony as defending champion Country Grammer drew gate 14 of 15, leaving Frankie Dettori with a tactical headache on what will be his final start in the race.

Saudi Cup hero Panthalassa will break from the widest stall of all in 15, with the added intrigue that Yoshito Yahagi’s representative is a confirmed frontrunner.

And the drama didn’t end there, as Algiers, winner of the first two rounds of the Al Maktoum Challenge, drew stall 13.

A trio of fancied Japanese-trained runners are housed inside, with Jun Light Bolt in stall three, Vela Azul in five, and Ushba Tesoro in eight.

Connections reactions to the draw

Algiers, drawn 13
Owner Hamdan Sultan Ali Alsabouli said: “It was very special to be the youngest owner in the Dubai World Cup and it is great to be back again. It is a battle between some great horses and I hope we can win it. Gate 13 is fine but I was hoping to get five or six.”
Co-trainer Simon Crisford added: “He has drawn wide in both prep runs and so it’s no real concern.”

Bendoog, drawn 7
Mohammed Khaleel Ahmed, owner of Bendoog, said: “Of course it’s a dream come true and I think number seven is a pretty good number. It’s a fantastic race and every horse deserves their place so it should be a good race and may the best horse win.

Cafe Pharoah, drawn 10
Adam Harrigan, representing trainer Noriyuki Hori, said: “The horse was in Saudi Arabia and travelled over well, so we are all set. I’ll let connections speak with Joao (Moreira), figure out what’s drawn around us and we will come up with a plan.”

Country Grammer, drawn 14
Trainer Bob Baffert said: “I was hoping for inside draw. Frankie knows him well.”

Crown Pride, drawn 12
Masafumi Matsuda, assistant trainer to Koichi Shintani, said: “We’re not upset at all. After the race we will be hopeful that stall number 12 will be the lucky one for us. We will go over the tactics with the jockey, but Crown Pride absolutely loves Dubai so we hope it will be lucky for us.”

Emblem Road, drawn 2
Saad Abdulwahed, assistant trainer to Ahmad Abdulwahed, said: “I was hoping for number seven, but my lucky number for today is this number.”

Geoglyph, drawn 9
Trainer Tetsuya Kimura said: “It’s my lucky number so I’m happy with that.”

Jun Light Bolt, drawn 3
Yasuo Tomomichi, trainer of Jun Light Bolt, commented: “He has been training very well in Dubai. We will not run like we did in Saudi, he wants to come off a fast pace.”

Panthalassa, drawn in stall 15
Trainer Yoshito Yahagi said: “Even if he misses the jump, he still has to go forward, so it’s really no concern. We have only one tactic with him so it doesn’t change. He won the Dubai Turf last year so we know he loves it here, all is good.”

Remorse, drawn in stall 1
Bhupat Seemar, trainer of Remorse, said: “It’s the shortest way round so it’s fine. We had the pick of stall one or six but either was good.”

Salute The Soldier, drawn 4
Trainer Fawzi Nass said: “I might look happy but I’ll be happier once the race is over! He is well named, he is an absolute soldier. If we’ve got any tactics from this gate, I won’t be telling you!”

Super Corinto, stall 11
Amador Sanchez, trainer said: “Not the best. But it’s ok.”

T O Keynes, drawn 6
Trainer Daisuke Takayanagi said: “We wanted this number so we are thrilled. It makes it easier for us to come up with a race plan and to devise tactics. This year, he is mentally stronger so I think he will run well.”

Ushba Tesoro, drawn 8
Trainer Noburu Takagi said: “Number eight gives us a lot of option.”

Vela Azul, drawn 5
Trainer Kunihiko Watanabe said: “I wanted the inner so I’m happy, it’s perfect. He travelled over well and he is in good shape.”

The post Baffert ‘Was Hoping For Inside Draw,’ But Country Grammer Will Leave From Post 14 In Dubai World Cup Title Defense appeared first on Horse Racing News | Paulick Report.

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Fanduel Lands Breeders’ Cup Extension

Fanduel Lands Breeders’ Cup Extension

The FanDuel Group, home of FanDuel Sportsbook, FanDuel Racing, FanDuel TV and, and Breeders’ Cup Limited have reached a multi-year agreement to extend the platform’s status as the Official Wagering Partner of the World Championships.

FanDuel will retain its status as the Official ADW Partner, Official Sports Wagering Partner, Official Fantasy Sports Partner, and Official Mobile Casino Partner of the Breeders’ Cup. With the 2023 renewal of the World Championships set for Nov. 3-4 at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, California, FanDuel will continue to serve as title partner of the $2 million FanDuel GI Breeders’ Cup Juvenile and the $2 million FanDuel GI Breeders’ Cup Mile at Santa Anita Park. This agreement will continue for Del Mar 2024.

“FanDuel is one of the most innovative online wagering companies in the world,” said Drew Fleming, President and CEO of the Breeders’ Cup. “We’re delighted to be extending and strengthening our partnership with them and appreciate their continued investment in Thoroughbred racing in the United States. The exposure FanDuel has given to the Breeders’ Cup has been critical to the growth of our organization and the Thoroughbred industry at large.”

FanDuel TV will continue to produce and broadcast The Breeders’ Cup Players’ Show, a live wagering-focused telecast of the World Championships, in addition to its coverage of Breeders’ Cup Challenge races and other special programming in the run-up to the Championships.

Andrew Moore, General Manager of Racing for the FanDuel Group said, “The FanDuel Group is committed to investing in and growing the audience for horse racing and our partnership with the Breeders’ Cup is a lynchpin of that commitment.”

The post Fanduel Lands Breeders’ Cup Extension appeared first on TDN | Thoroughbred Daily News | Horse Racing News, Results and Video | Thoroughbred Breeding and Auctions.

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Country Grammer Gets Gate 14 For World Cup Defence

Country Grammer Gets Gate 14 For World Cup Defence

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES — Country Grammer (Tonalist) was assigned gate 14 in a field of 15 when he goes out in defense of his title in Saturday’s G1 Dubai World Cup Sponsored by Emirates Airline at Meydan Racecourse, with the draw held at the Armani Hotel in central Dubai. The 6-year-old, the final World Cup ride for jockey Frankie Dettori, won the GII San Antonio S. in dominating fashion in late December and returned to Riyadh last time to reprise his runner-up effort from last year in the $20-million G1 Saudi Cup four weeks back.

The horse that beat him on that occasion from the rail, Panthalassa (Jpn) (Lord Kanaloa {Jpn}), drew the groan-enducing 15 hole by trainer Yoshito Yahagi. Significantly, the Saudi Cup runs over a one-turn nine-furlong trip, but the 2000-metre World Cup begins near the wire and has a relatively short space to the first turn. There will be little margin of error for jockey Yutaka Yoshida.

With the focus on the eight-strong entry from Japan, headed by Panthalassa, Algiers (Ire) (Shamardal) is the somewhat forgotten horse going into the weekend despite tough-trip blowout victories in the G2 Al Maktoum Challenge R1 and R2 and also drew awkwardly in gate 13. Group 1 winner Salute the Soldier (Ger) (Sepoy {Aus}) won Round 3 of the Al Maktoum Challenge over Bendoog (Gun Runner) and that duo drew gates four and seven, respectively.

Saturday, Meydan, UAE, post time: 8:35 p.m. ET
1 (13) Algiers (Ire) (Shamardal)
2 (7) Bendoog (Gun Runner)
3 (10) Cafe Pharoah (American Pharoah)
4 (14) Country Grammer (Tonalist)
5 (12) Crown Pride (Jpn) (Reach the Crown {Jpn})
6 (2) Emblem Road (Quality Road)
7 (9) Geoglyph (Jpn) (Drefong)
8 (3) Jun Light Bolt (Jpn) (King Kamehameha {Jpn})
9 (15) Panthalassa (Jpn) (Lord Kanaloa {Jpn})
10 (1) Remorse (Ire) (Dubawi {Ire})
11 (4) Salute the Soldier (Ger) (Sepoy {Aus})
12 (11) Super Corinto (Arg) (Super Saver)
13 (6) T O Keynes (Jpn) (Sinister Minister)
14 (8) Ushba Tesoro (Jpn) (Orfevre {Jpn})
15 (5) Vela Azul (Jpn) (Eishin Flash {Jpn})

The post Country Grammer Gets Gate 14 For World Cup Defence appeared first on TDN | Thoroughbred Daily News | Horse Racing News, Results and Video | Thoroughbred Breeding and Auctions.

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