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The seventh annual sale of stallion breeding seasons to benefit the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund raised $112,050 compared to $72,500 in 2022.
Nearly four hours of debate and testimony in a Louisville, Ky., courtroom proved insufficient to conclude a Feb. 2 hearing for a preliminary injunction sought by Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert in a lawsuit against Churchill Downs Inc. 
Sam Houston Race Park, without out-of-state simulcast export of its signal since its Thoroughbred meet began Jan. 6 amid opposition of the HISA by the Texas Racing Commission and other Texas entities, will resume domestic simulcasting Feb. 3.
Scientists trained in relevant fields of study such as veterinary pharmacology, veterinary or human toxicology, analytical chemistry, genetics, biophysics, and immunology are encouraged to apply for the Fellowships.
Tampa Bay Downs hosts a pair of graded stakes Feb. 4 worth $175,000 apiece on grass, both at 1 1/16 miles—the Endeavour Stakes (G3T) for fillies and mares and the Tampa Bay Stakes (G3T), where an overflow field of males are entered.
High winds, frigid temperatures forecast to impact New York metropolitan area.
Atomically, three months since making her graded stakes debut in the Breeders' Cup, returns to South Florida in an effort to rediscover her winning ways in the $125,000 Forward Gal Stakes (G3) at Gulfstream Park Feb. 4.
"He's in his best shape ever. He's been maturing race to race. He's been showing a lot of class. From race to race, he's a more professional horse," trainer Jorge Delgado said.
Kentucky Derby (G1)-winning trainer Eric Reed was handed a stewards ruling Feb. 1 that calls for a five-day suspension to be served Feb. 10-14 and a $1,000 fine.
Kentucky Derby (G1) winner Rich Strike will be headed to the Middle East for the March 25 $12 million Dubai World Cup (G1), according to trainer Eric Reed.