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Gabaldon returned to the United States June 21 following his length defeat when second in the June 19 Windsor Castle Stakes during the prestigious Royal Ascot meeting in Great Britain.
The Remington Park Thoroughbred stakes schedule for the upcoming season that begins Aug. 16 will feature the $400,000 Oklahoma Derby (G3) Sept. 29. The schedule of races carries more than $3 million in stakes purse money.
Scientists, veterinarians, and regulators participated in dedicated workshops throughout the three-day event to investigate critical issues relating to, and recent technological advances in, fracture prevention and exercise-associated sudden death.
Horse vans and truck-and-trailers transporting horses have continued to exit Ruidoso Downs due to two nearby wildfires in New Mexico. Racing has been canceled at least through this weekend with doubts growing about whether the meet can continue.
Trainer Aidan O'Brien's hopes of a record-extending ninth Gold Cup (G1) are pinned on Kyprios, who bids June 20 to become the first horse since Kayf Tara to win nonconsecutive editions of the race.
A mandatory payout of the 20-cent Rainbow 6 jackpot pool June 22 at Gulfstream Park is expected to offer the potential to yield a rewarding return. The following day, June 23, Woodbine will offer a mandatory payout for the Thoroughbred Jackpot Hi-5.
The first of three daytime Thoroughbred meets this year at Los Alamitos Race Course will begin June 22.
Assistant trainer Toby Sheets, who was in charge of Steve Asmussen's Belmont Park division, died from drowning, according to coroner Ioannis Aivatidis.
Gerald A. Souto, a multiple stakes-winning trainer on the old New England circuit for five decades, died June 9. He was 83.