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Today's Tracks

Friday May 25th

  • Fairview (SAf)    6:05am
  • Haydock Park (UK)    8:50am
  • Goodwood (UK)    9:00am
  • Bath (UK)    9:10am
  • Leopardstown (IRE)    12:20pm
  • Down Royal (IRE)    12:30pm
  • Freehold Raceway    12:30pm
  • Worcester (UK)    12:40pm
  • Woodbine (TB)    1:00pm
  • Gulfstream Tropical    1:05pm
  • Pimlico    1:10pm
  • Belterra Park    1:20pm
  • Belmont Park    1:30pm
  • Pontefract (UK)    1:30pm
  • Santa Anita Park    3:00pm
  • Ruidoso Downs    3:00pm
  • Golden Gate Fields    3:45pm
  • Plainridge    4:00pm
  • Bangor Raceway    5:00pm
  • SunRay Park    5:00pm
  • Penn National    6:00pm
  • Vernon Downs    6:10pm
  • Tioga Downs    6:15pm
  • Scioto Downs    6:30pm
  • Harrahs Philly (Chester)    6:30pm
  • Saratoga Harness    6:45pm
  • Yonkers Raceway    6:50pm
  • Evangeline Downs    6:50pm
  • Prairie Meadows    7:00pm
  • Charles Town    7:00pm
  • Remington Park    7:00pm
  • Meadowlands (H)    7:15pm
  • Delta Downs    7:15pm
  • Northville Downs    7:30pm
  • Woodbine at Mohawk    7:30pm
  • Lone Star Park    7:35pm
  • Hawthorne (H)    8:10pm
  • New Zealand    8:15pm
  • Northlands Park (TB)    8:30pm
  • Assiniboia Downs    8:30pm
  • Australia A    9:10pm
  • Australia B    9:25pm
  • Emerald Downs    9:30pm
  • Australia C    9:35pm
  • Seoul Korea    9:45pm
  • Los Alamitos (QH)    10:00pm
  • Ladbrokes Park Lakeside    10:55pm
  • Morphettville    11:50pm

Carryover Information

Player News

  • Yonkers players! Free PPs from Yonkers Raceway for May 24th as you make your wagering considerations. Thanks for choosing – your way to play! 5-24 thurs proof

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  • Some insights into tonight’s racing program for our players: 1ST RACE – (5) NORTHERN SOIREE was taken for this tag price couple of starts ago, then moved well out of her comfort zone. Returns to realistic class now. 2ND RACE – (5) FLYHAWK EL DIABLO is not quite professional maiden, but he’s close. Outrun in upstate ...

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Racing News

One-Time Teacher Rubley Will Hope For First Graded Win With Divisidero

One-Time Teacher Rubley Will Hope For First Graded Win With Divisidero

Trainer Kelly Rubley admits to feeling a little more pressure than usual about sending out Divisidero in Saturday’s Grade 2 Monmouth Stakes, the feature race on the track’s first bundled stakes card of the season.

Having taken over the training responsibilities of the two-time Grade 1 winner in February from William “Buff” Bradley, Rubley knows this is the opportunity she has been waiting for since she gave up a career as a teacher and school administrator to go out on her own as a trainer in 2014.

She has had success since then, but no graded stakes winners – at least not yet.

“It would be a big milestone from me,” Rubley said by phone from her base in Fair Hill, Md., where she oversees a string of 50 horses. “We’ve won stakes but no graded stakes at this point. So it’s exciting to have a horse in my barn that has the potential to do that for us.”

Divisidero is the most accomplished horse in a solid field of seven 3-year-olds and up going a mile and an eighth on the grass, having twice won the Grade 1 Turf Classic at Churchill Downs at the same distance. But getting Rubley her first graded stakes win means the late-running 6-year-old son of Kitten’s Joy will have to get by defending Monmouth Stakes winner Money Multiplier, Grade 1 winner Force The Pass, Grade 2 winner Projected and Grade 2 winner Frostmourne.

The $200,000 Monmouth Stakes will go as the 12th race on a 13-race card that kicks off a busy three-day Memorial Day weekend of live racing from Saturday through Monday. The bundled stakes undercard includes the Grade 3 Salvator Mile, the $75,000 Boiling Springs and the $60,000 John J. Reilly Handicap.

Rubley, who has master’s degrees in secondary education and administration (she holds bachelor’s degrees in biology and chemistry), inherited most of the Gunpowder Farms-owned horses when they were switched over to her from Bradley in the winter.

Divisidero did not come under her care until February and last raced on Oct. 7, 2017 at Keeneland.

“He had not been training for a while when I got him. He was mostly just doing swimming,” said Rubley, who previously worked as an assistant to Barclay Tagg and Jimmy Toner. “But he has moved forward at every step we’ve asked. I took my time getting him ready and kind of let him tell us when he was ready to do more.

“Fortunately he’s a pretty straightforward horse. I’m excited to see him run.”

Divisidero, three-for-four at the nine furlong Monmouth Stakes distance, shows a 5-2-3 line from 16 career starts. His lifetime earnings are $1,137,950.

Rubley will also saddle Papa Zulu in the Salvator Mile, but acknowledges “it’s a bit of a reach for him.”

“He will try hard, I know that,” she said. “I’m not sure a mile is his best distance but we’ll see. He’s another one who came into our barn over the winter and we’re trying to find out a little bit about him. So we’re kind of taking a leap in the Salvator Mile to see where we fit.”

Post time for Saturday, Sunday and Monday is 12:50. Gates will open at 11 a.m. Saturday and Sunday to accommodate food enthusiasts attending the thee-day Jersey Shore Food Truck Festival, which features 45 food trucks and is part of a full schedule of events at Monmouth Park all three days. Gates will open at 11:30 a.m. on Monday.

For more information, and for a listing of all 45 food trucks that will be on site, visit

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Report: Marlon St. Julien Improving, Has Feeling In Limbs

Report: Marlon St. Julien Improving, Has Feeling In Limbs

The Daily Racing Form reported Wednesday that injured rider Marlon St. Julien is showing signs of improvement following a serious spill over the weekend at Prairie Meadows. Marcus Hersh writes St. Julien has movement in his limbs and is able to communicate.

The jockey remains in intensive care after undergoing surgery to address a spinal injury from the fall. Doctors will know more about his prognosis after inflammation goes down.

St. Julien was aboard Carbaugh in the ninth race Saturday when the horse was interfered with and St. Julien fell off head first. The rider of 2,468 winners with earnings just shy of $47 million, St. Julien has won multiple graded stakes races over the course of his career.

Read more at the Daily Racing Form

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On A Session Doubles Up For Noble Mission at Angers

On A Session Doubles Up For Noble Mission at Angers

4th-Angers, €24,000, Cond, 5-24, 3yo, 6fT, 1:14.53, sf.
ON A SESSION (c, 2, Noble Mission {GB}–Destiny Calls {MSW-US, $644,220}, by With Approval), the first winner for his freshman sire (by Galileo {Ire}) when successful going five panels at Lyon-Parilly on debut last time May 10, was shuffled back to race at the tail of the field after breaking in the front rank here. Coming under pressure at the top of the straight, the 7-10 pick kept on strongly under mainly whipless rousting in the closing stages to prevail by 3/4 of a length from Jamala (Fr) (Evasive {GB}). Full-brother to a filly foal and half to a yearling filly by Paynter, the bay is one of four winners for six-time stakes scorer Destiny Calls (With Approval), herself a half-sister to the stakes-winning duo You’llbeinmyheart (Broad Brush) and Nowandforevermore (Sky Classic), from a family which features G1SW sire and dual champion juvenile Storm Bird (Northern Dancer). Sales history: $50,000 Ylg ’17 KEESEP; £60,000 RNA 2yo ’18 GOFAPR. Lifetime Record: 2-2-0-0, €21,000. Video, sponsored by Fasig-Tipton.
O-Mme Theresa Marnane; B-Green Lantern Stables (KY); T-Matthieu Palussiere.

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Hall of Fame Announces 12 New Pillars of the Turf

Hall of Fame Announces 12 New Pillars of the Turf

The National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame will induct 12 additional members in 2018 as Pillars of the Turf. The Pillars of the Turf below will join previously announced 2018 selections of horses Heavenly Prize and Preakness and trainer William Lakeland to be inducted at the Fasig-Tipton sales pavilion in Saratoga on Friday, Aug. 3 at 10:30 a.m. The museum’s executive committee approved a measure to induct up to 12 additional members as Pillars of the Turf in 2018 and 2019 in order to address the sizable backlog of worthy candidates.

The 2018 Pillars of the Turf are as follows:

Elias J. “Lucky” Baldwin (1828 – 1909), owner of champions Emperor of Norfolk and Los Angeles and one of the first major breeders in California. He also opened the original Santa Anita racetrack.

August Belmont I (1813-1890), the extremely prominent New York-based owner, breeder and track operator involved in the opening of Jerome Park and Long Branch Race Track (eventually renamed Monmouth Park). Upon his death, Belmont’s vast Thoroughbred holdings were dispersed for a then record $639,500. His son August Belmont II purchased several of his father’s broodmares to begin his own breeding operation. Belmont II later built the original Belmont racetrack.

Cot Campbell (born 1927), who began syndicating racehorses in 1969 and is considered the founding father of racehorse partnerships. His Dogwood Stable has raced more than 80 stakes winners, including 1990 GI Preakness S. hero Summer Squall and 2013 GI Belmont S. winner Palace Malice. A member of The Jockey Club, Campbell received the Eclipse Award of Merit in 2012.

Penny Chenery (1922-2017), who guided her family’s famed Meadow Stud in Virginia and most famously campaigned legendary racehorse and Hall of Famer Secretariat. Chenery remained a prominent fixture in the racing community until her death last September.

John W. Galbreath (1897-1988), former owner of the Pittsburgh Pirates who oversaw the construction of the new Aqueduct Racetrack and rebuilding of Belmont Park. A member of The Jockey Club, he was involved in the purchases of both Hialeah Park and Churchill Downs. He founded important Kentucky nursery Darby Dan Farm in 1949.

Arthur B. Hancock, Sr. (1875-1957) founded Claiborne Farm in Paris, KY some 100 years ago and the nursery remains one of the world’s foremost Thoroughbred operations today. A perennial leading breeder, he imported significant breeding stock from Europe, and had a major hand in shaping the breed both domestically and internationally.

Hal Price Headley (1888-1962), a Lexington, KY native who took over the management of his family’s farms, Beaumont and La Belle, after graduating from Princeton in 1908. He would go on to become one of America’s most significant breeders, breeding the champions Alcibiades, Apogee, Menow and Askmenow. He was one of the original organizers of Keeneland Race Course, and was its first president from 1936 to 1951. Headley was involved in establishing the Breeders’ Sales Company, which later became part of Keeneland Association.

John Morrissey (1831-1878), born in Ireland, began Thoroughbred racing in Saratoga. A bare-knuckle boxing champion who later became a Congressman and New York State Senator, he amassed a fortune through gambling houses in New York City and the Saratoga area. He organized the first formal racing meet at Saratoga in 1863, and opened Saratroga Race Course the following year.

Dr. Charles H. Strub (1884-1958) was a Hollister, CA dentist who partnered with filmmaker Hal Roach to develop the Los Angeles Turf Club and Santa Anita Park. Through innovations like the inauguration of the well-funded Santa Anita H.–known as the “Big Cap”–California racing rose to prominence under Strub’s leadership. Strub is credited with introducing finish line cameras, electronic timing and electronic starting gates.

William Collins Whitney (1841-1904), a politician who was introduced to racing by August Belmont II and John E. Madden, purchased his first racehorse in 1898 and had immediate success, winning the Belmont S. in 1899 with Jean Bereaud and the Epsom Derby in 1901 with Volodyovski. He spearheaded the restoration of Saratoga Racecourse, promoted the relocation of New York’s premier yearling sale to Saratoga, and was also involved in the creation of Belmont Park. He bred three champions, and was instrumental in the establishment of Aiken, SC as a popular winter destination for racing stables.

Harry Payne Whitney (1872-1930) followed in his father William Collins Whitney’s footsteps after purchasing much of the bloodstock from the dispersal of his late father’s holdings in 1904. The younger Whitney went on to develop one of the most successful racing and breeding operations in America, breeding 192 stakes winners and an incredible 20 champions. He was leading breeder 11 times and leading owner eight times.

Cornelius Vanderbilt “Sonny” Whitney (1899-1992), son of Henry Payne Whitney, carried on the Whitney family legacy in both polo and racing. He won the U.S. Open polo title three times and acquired his father’s breeding and racing stock in 1930, enjoying success with the likes of Equipoise, Top Flight, Phalanx and Counterpoint. He bred 176 stakes winners and five champions, and was one of the founders and first president of the National Museum of Racing. He was presented with an honorary Eclipse Award in 1984.

The Pillars of the Turf committee is comprised of D. G. Van Clief (chairman), Edward L. Bowen, Bob Curran, Jane Goldstein, Ken Grayson, Jay Hovdey, G. Watts Humphrey, Bill Marshall, Daisy Phipps Pulito, Barry Schwartz, Mary Simon, Stella Thayer and Gary West.


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