1. Richard's Kid Sale to Add Spice to Pacific Classic Week

    Doug O’Neill’s assistant trainer Leandro Mora was born in the small town of Tecalitlán in Jalisco, Mexico, a place he said is the birthplace of mariachi music...

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  2. Does Racing Really Know Its Audience?

    Twice a week, Amelia and Juan Rojas journey 40 miles from Waxahachie, Texas, to Lone Star Park at Grand Prairie. At the racetrack's renovated simulcast facility known as the Bar & Book, they typically spend the entire day...

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  3. Questing a Match for the Best Around in US

    THE world's richest race could be calling for Questing, who annihilated her rivals in the Alabama Stakes on Saturday...

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  4. Jockey Hurt When Mount Breaks Leg at Saratoga

    Jockey Junior Alvarado has been treated at a hospital for abdominal pain after being thrown when his mount, Pete's Parley, fractured his left foreleg and stumbled Monday near the eighth pole in the second race at Saratoga Race Course...

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  5. Breeders' Cup Host Tracks Must Meet Rigorous Standards

    Just as the Thoroughbred racing community was not stunned at the recent announcement that the Breeders' Cup World Championships was headed back to Santa Anita Park in 2013, the criticism it inspired was something officials had to know was coming...

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  6. Closing Kick Carries Lady of Shamrock to Del Mar Oaks

    DEL MAR, Calif.- Hall of Fame jockey Mike Smith’s description of Lady of Shamrock’s rally best describes her style of victory in Saturday’s $300,000 Del Mar Oaks. “She goes from last to woom,” he said...

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  7. Questing Wins Alabama Stakes at Saratoga

    Questing posted an impressive nine-length victory in the 132nd running of the $600,000 Alabama Stakes for 3-year-old fillies on Saturday at Saratoga Race Course. Irad Ortiz Jr...

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  8. Little Mike Leads Wire to Wire, Wins Arlington Million

    Little Mike led from start to finish to win the 30th running of the Arlington Million on Saturday. Britain's Afsare closed fast, but finished 1½ lengths back in second. Rahystrada and Colombian tied for third...

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  9. Yathomas Riley Is a Free Man

    Yathomas Riley has spent more than two years behind bars for a crime he likely didn't commit: the attempted murder of his then-girlfriend on June 10, 2010. Now, however, the undefeated heavyweight boxer is finally getting out...

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  10. Marquez Could Make a Welterweight Run If No Pacquiao

    WBO junior welterweight champion Juan Manuel Marquez (54-6-1, 39KOs) would consider making a run for a welterweight title - if Manny Pacquiao selects an alternative opponent for his upcoming return on November 10th in Las Vegas...

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  11. Bradley: Pacquiao 'Easy Work' for Floyd

    WBO welterweight champion Timothy Bradley reckons Floyd Mayweather Jr would "flatten" Manny Pacquiao if they ever fought...

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  12. Chavez Jr. 176, Martinez 174 One Month out

    WBC middleweight titleholderJulio Cesar Chavez Jr. and RING champion Sergio Martinez were at 176- and 174-pounds, respectively, for the WBC's mandatory 30-day safety weigh-in for their Sept...

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  13. Lamont Peterson, Still IBF Champ, Excited for Zab Judah Bout

    The hottest summer on record has been even hotter for Lamont Peterson. The 28-year-old boxing champion has felt the heat since he tested positive for a banned substance in May, two ...

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  14. Happy Birthday to Don King

    ou could write volumes about boxing promoter Don King. And many have. But no profile can equal the words of the man himself. So on the day when the man turns 81 we allow him to do his own speaking...

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  15. Exclusive Alvarez Training Camp Interview

    THE RING editor Michael Rosenthal spoke to Saul Alvarez about the WBC 154-pound titleholder's Showtime-televised Sept. 15 defense against Josesito Lopez and going head-to-head with Mexican rival Julio Cesar Chavez's PPV fight with Sergio Martinez...

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  16. Kirkland Sues Golden Boy and Trainers

    A lawyer representing junior middleweight contender James Kirkland confirmed to RingTV.com that a lawsuit has been filed on the fighter's behalf which seeks separation from Golden Boy Promotions and trainers Ann Wolfe and Pops Billingsley...

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  17. Herring Responds to Atlas Critique

    ESPN analyst Teddy Atlas, the sometimes trainer and all-the-time proponent of cleaning up the shadier sides of the sport, weighed in on the performances of the two New York-based boxers who took part in the London Olympics...

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  18. Boxer Riley to Be Freed After Two Years in Jail

    Light heavyweight Yathomas Riley was compiling an enviable record, successfully building his brand two years into his professional career, when fate took a turn over a cliff...

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  19. Hitler Conquers Otjakomaue Derby

    Johannes Makgone’s thoroughbred horse, baptized Hitler, moved like greased lightning, striking everywhere to rewrite the history books by becoming the first horse in the short ...

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  20. Horse Racing's 'Speed Gene' Test

    Spotting the "next big thing" in sport is an expensive business. Millions of dollars and countless hours are spent on talent identification, but it's an unpredictable science...

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  21. Chantal Sutherland Cleared to Ride in TVG Pacific Classic

    Chantal Sutherland has been cleared to ride Bob Baffert’s Game On Dude in the $1 million TVG Pacific Classic on Aug. 26., according to Del Mar’s stewards...

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  22. Animal Rights Groups Want End to Italy Horse Race

    Animal rights campaigners are calling for an end to the famed Palio bareback horse race in Siena after six of 10 horses crashed during the latest edition...

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  23. Union Rags to Stand at Lane's End in 2013

    Belmont Stakes (G1) winner Union Rags, who was retired last month with a minor suspensory injury, will begin his stud career next year at Lane's End in Versailles, Kentucky...

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  24. Bodemeister Sent to Kentucky Hospital for Examination

    Bodemeister, the runner-up in the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes in the spring, has been sent to a veterinary hospital in Lexington, Ky., for a physical evaluation, trainer Bob Baffert said on Wednesday...

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  25. Jockey Robby Albarado Fined $500 in Assault

    Jockey Robby Albarado was fined $500 on Tuesday for a misdemeanor assault conviction stemming from a scuffle with his former girlfriend, but the Preakness-winning rider's legal problems aren't behind him yet...

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