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  • American Pharoah has made believers out of many with Derby win

    American Pharoah has made believers out of many with Derby win
    Asked to identify the link between his previous five Preakness winners, Bob Baffert did not hesitate.
  • Former star jockey Rosie Napravnik enjoying retirement, preparing for motherhood

    Former star jockey Rosie Napravnik enjoying retirement, preparing for motherhood
    They saw it as a loose plan, one that might play out over years. Until then, she would remain the high-profile sports star and he would get the new family business off the ground. “It took a month,” Rosie Napravnik says. She learned she...

    Pitcher Shawaryn breaks Terps' career wins record

    Pitcher Shawaryn breaks Terps' career wins record
    Sophomore right-handed pitcher Mike Shawaryn earned his 21st career victory to break the Maryland's all-time record as the No. 20 Terps topped Purdue, 12-3, in Game 1 of a doubleheader Friday night at Alexander Field in West Lafayette, Ind. The Carneys...

    Breeders' Cup Day 2: Bayern wins Classic in close, controversial race

    Breeders' Cup Day 2: Bayern wins Classic in close, controversial race
    At the start of Saturday's $5 million Breeders' Cup Classic, 3-year-old Bayern broke from the No. 7 hole and headed left instead of straight, slamming into favored Shared Belief but never stopped running and held on for a nose victory over Toast Of New...

    Feeling the push-pull as Santa Anita races set up Breeders' Cup

    Saturday was a tough and tumble day of horse racing at Santa Anita. The two big favorites won and three additional horses got their free tickets punched to the Breeders' Cup. And somewhere up there, smiling broadly, was Teddy Roosevelt. He would have...