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Lukas Right At Home In Stakes Barn With Mr. Z At Preakness

BALTIMORE (AP) — D. Wayne Lukas long ago reached the age where it’s acceptable to sleep in, play a round of golf on a weekday afternoon or take a cruise to the Caribbean. 638 more words


1985: A Forgotten Preakness Worth Remembering

From the moment a horse crosses the finish line in the Kentucky Derby (and sometimes even before that), Triple Crown obsession begins. The racing world, in which few interested parties, from track executives to marketers to bettors, can agree, comes as close to consensus as it gets in hoping that a horse will sweep the Derby, the Preakness, and the Belmont for the first time since 1978. 134 more words

Racing History

Lukas Has Himself Preakness Long Shot In Mr. Z

BALTIMORE (AP) — Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas sat outside the Pimlico stakes barn Wednesday morning, wondering if Mr. Z would run in the Preakness on Saturday. 432 more words


Good News About Race Day Medication

Read more on BloodHorse.com: http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/86514/some-top-trainers-support-phasing-out-salix#ixzz3A6fKEP9r

The Bloodhorse recently published an article about top trainers supporting a plan to eliminate the race day medication lasix as soon as next year (blood-horse). 370 more words

NY's Equine Medical Director Weighs In On Lasix Proposal

Last Friday afternoon, a group of 25 trainers, including some of New York’s top conditioners, released a statement declaring their support for a phase-out of the raceday medication furosemide by 2016. 163 more words

Saratoga 2014

Stephen Foster Highlights Downs After Dark Card

One of the great things about horse racing is there’s always something to look forward to. Even though this past week we’ve all done a good amount of reflection on the Belmont Stakes and the Triple Crown overall, it’s time to gear up for another spectacular Saturday of racing. 739 more words