1. Malignaggi to Fight Cano, Awaiting Mystery Megafight

    Put away your pitchforks, Paulie Malignaggi fans. Yes, on surface it may seem strange that the new arena, Barclays Center, is going to be open to boxing on Oct...

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  2. Reddam, Gutierrez, O'Neill to Team with Handsome Mike in Haskell

    Trainer Doug O’Neill said on Sunday that Handsome Mike is headed to the Grade 1 $1 million Haskell Invitational and Mario Gutierrez will ride the colt, who is owned by J. Paul Reddam...

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  3. Racing Commission Pushes Back Hearings on Dermorphin Cases to August

    The Louisiana State Racing Commission will meet Aug. 29-30 to hear cases against nine trainers cited by stewards for alleged rules violations stemming from 11 positives for dermorphin at Louisiana tracks, Executive Director Charlie Gardiner said Monday...

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  4. Del Mar Up in Handle but Down in Attendance for Opening Week

    Del Mar showed gains in ontrack and all-sources average handle but a decline in ontrack average attendance through Sunday, the fifth day of the 37-day meeting...

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  5. Questing Runs Away with CCA Oaks

    After spending the majority of the first year of her racing career on grass, it is probably safe to say Questing is not likely to return to the turf in the foreseeable future...

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  6. Dominguez Gets Six Wins Sunday at Saratoga

    Ramon Dominguez, the reigning two-time Eclipse Award winner as outstanding jockey, joined Hall of Famer John Velazquez July 22 as the only riders in the 144-year history of Saratoga Race Course to win six races on a single card...

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  7. Gutierrez Set to Ride Handsome Mike in Haskell

    The jockey, the trainer, and the owner will all be very familiar, but a new name, Handsome Mike, will be representing the team of Doug O'Neill, Paul Reddam, and Mario Gutierrez in the $1 million Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Park July 29...

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  8. Big Brown Will Miss Southern Hemisphere Season Due to Injury

    Three Chimneys Farm announced on Sunday that 2008 Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (G1) and Preakness Stakes (G1) winner Big Brown, will not be returning to Vinery Australia for the upcoming 2012 Southern Hemisphere breeding season...

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  9. Dullahan Fires Bullet for Haskell

    At Churchill Downs on Saturday, multiple Grade 1 star Dullahan signaled his readiness for the Grade 1 Haskell Invitational July 29 by breezing five furlongs in a bullet :59 4/5...

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  10. LaSala Reflects on Riding Career

    Ceremonies ensued immediately after veteran Chicago-based jockey Jerry LaSala rode Arapaho Royal's Royal Alluvial in the 7TH race on Arlington's Million Preview Day last Saturday...

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  11. Manager Arellano Seeks Arbitration Against Ortiz

    Manager Rolando Arellano has informed RingTV.com that he has filed for an arbitration hearing with the California State Athletic Commission against former welterweight titleholder Victor ...

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  12. Dave Penalosa Continues Family Tradition with Win in Paranaque

    Dave Penalosa may not be as celebrated as his older brother Dodie Boy Jr., but the unbeaten junior featherweight prospect is slowly making a name of his own. Penalosa, who is the son of former two-division titleholder Dodie Boy Penalosa Sr...

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  13. Hopkins Discusses the Possibility of a Year-End Return

    Former two-division world champion Bernard Hopkins (52-6-2-2, 32KOs), 47-years-old, is ready and willing to entertain the possibility of fighting, likely for the last time, before the year is out...

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  14. Maidana Targets Title at 147, Plans for War on Sept. 15

    Former champion Marcos Maidana (31-3, 28KOs) advised BoxingScene.com that he plans to remain in the welterweight division from this point forward...

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  15. Martinez, Chavez Jr. Tests Come Back Negative

    Lineal middleweight champion Sergio Martinez and titleholder Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., who both submitted to random urine tests conducted by the Nevada State Athletic Commission on July ...

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  16. Maccarinelli Dealt 6-Month Ban for Positive Test

    Former cruiserweight titlist Enzo Maccarinelli of Wales was suspended for six months by the U.K. Anti-Doping agency on Wednesday after testing positive for the banned substance methylhexaneamine...

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  17. Boxer Pranks Girlfriend with Fake Proposal After Fight

    Last night, Adrien Broner was on cloud nine following his fifth round TKO of Vicente Escobedo, which improved his overall record to 24-0 with 20 knockouts. His girlfriend Arie Nicole, on the other hand, may not be so happy...

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  18. Meet the 'Losingest' Horse Ever

    For all of you who were the last to be picked for a team, or who were always the bridesmaid but never the bride, take heart. Your champion has arrived in Central Kentucky. He won't feel your pain, but he will eagerly take your carrots...

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  19. Tedesco Has Figured out Del Mar Polytrack

    No one talks to more people on the backstretch than Richard Tedesco, who is in his third year as the track superintendent at the Del Mar racetrack...

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  20. Owners Pledge No Raceday Meds for Juveniles

    Some of Thoroughbred racing's most notable owners--including Roy and Gretchen Jackson, Josephine Abercrombie, Bill Casner, Robert Clay, William S...

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  21. Churchill Applies for Online Gambling License

    Churchill Downs, Inc., has filed for an online gambling license in Nevada, according to published reports, signaling that the company could be interested in operating online poker games...

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  22. NY Court OKs Derby-Winning Trainer's 10-Year Ban

    A midlevel New York court on Thursday upheld Kentucky Derby-winning thoroughbred trainer Rick Dutrow Jr.'s 10-year ban from the sport for drug violations, though he can keep working while his attorney pursues an additional appeal...

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  23. Horse Co-Owned by Drew Brees Comes out OK

    Holy Candy, a 3-year-old colt co-owned by New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, will be fine after being pulled up in the Oceanside Stakes at Del Mar...

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  24. Opening Day Attracts Record Crowd at Del Mar

    Midnight Crooner and My Best Brother won divisions of the $109,300 Oceanside Stakes in front of a record crowd of 47,339 on opening day at Del Mar on Wednesday...

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  25. Horse Trainer Frank Martin Dead at 86

    Hall of Fame trainer Frank "Pancho" Martin, who oversaw 1973 Kentucky Derby and Preakness runner-up Sham, has died. He was 86. He died at his home in Garden City, N.Y...

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