Ky Derby Winner American Pharoah Goes for Second Jewel of Triple Crown
Can Kentucky Derby winner American Pharoah win Saturday’s $1.5 million Preakness Stakes, the second jewel of horse racing’s Triple Crown? The Preakness will be simulcast to Turf Paradise and to all 60 in-state OTBs. Doors at Turf Paradise will open at 7:15 am with the first Pimlico simulcast scheduled for 7:30 am. The Preakness post time is 3:18 pm. The Grandstand will be closed, since there is no live racing at Turf, but the Clubhouse, Turf Club and Players’ will be open. An A La Carte menu is offered in the Clubhouse and all day buffets are featured in the Turf Club and Players’ Club. A field of eight has been drawn for the Preakness. Kentucky Derby winner American Pharoah and third place Derby finisher Dortmund, both trained by Bob Baffert, drew the No 1 and No 2 posts respectively. Derby runner up Firing Line will break from the eight post.... Read More
Veteran Scott Stevens Wins Seventh Title as Turf Paradise’s Meet Closes
Showing that he’s just getting better, veteran rider Scott Stevens won his seventh leading jockey’s title as the 2014-2015 race meet came to a close Tuesday at Turf Paradise.Six-time leading rider, Stevens, 54, whose last title came in 1999, racked up 104 wins. Geovanni Franco finished with 97 victories. Trainer Robertino Diodoro followed his record-setting 125 wins of last year with 101 tallies this season to take the crown. In the competitive owners’ division, Charles Garvey and Kings River Ranch tied with 25 wins each.... Read More
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