By taking horses overseas, Ward earned a good reputation that led to even better horses.
Winning the run for the roses in fourth start is rare feat, but hardly any trainer passes up the chance anymore.
Horseman has had success on grass, but will his methodical approach work in Triple Crown dirt races?
After success at Gulfstream Park, Tim Ritvo tries to revitalize facilities and boost wagering at Laurel and Pimlico.
Voters shouldn’t overthink Horse of the Year (Bayern) but should think about top trainer (Art Sherman).
Penalizing horses for one unavoidable bump in the first stride would create chaos in the sport.
Breeders’ Cup Classic will show what Triple Crown didn’t: California Chrome isn’t best in 3-year-old class.
Bettors get a chance at bigger payouts; tracks get a smaller takeout but profit from more wagers.
It wasn’t a perfect trip this time, and Victor Espinoza’s tactical error affected the colt’s Triple Crown shot.
Smart handicappers will place their sentiments on California Chrome but put their Belmont wagers elsewhere.