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  • Breeders' Cup Turf: Irish import Magician wins

    Breeders' Cup Turf: Irish import Magician wins
    Turf races are known for late charges and Saturday's $3-million Breeders' Cup race didn't disappoint. Magician came from seventh at the start of the stretch to win the 1 1/2-mile race by half a length. The race starts midway on a hill beyond the far...
  • Jockey John Velazquez has spleen removed after spill at Santa Anita

    Jockey John Velazquez has spleen removed after spill at Santa Anita
    Horses and jockeys were on the move Sunday returning to their home bases after the two-day Breeders' Cup races at Santa Anita, but Hall of Fame jockey John Velazquez remained at Huntington Memorial Hospital in Pasadena after having his spleen removed...
  • 2013 Kentucky Derby winner Orb retires to start stud career

    2013 Kentucky Derby winner Orb retires to start stud career
    The 3-year-old colt who inspired a summer fervor for Maryland horse racing by winning five straight races, including the 2013 Kentucky Derby, is entering retirement. Orb, owned by Baltimore native Stuart S. Janney III and home-bred at Phipps Stable,...
  • City officials have day at the races for running of Laurel Stakes

    Mayor Craig Moe didn't look like he was betting with both fists Saturday at Laurel Park, but he didn't exactly come off as a wide-eyed neophyte either as the city of Laurel teamed with the track for a feel-good cross-promotional event. Inside a former...
  • 7 Questions With … Jonathan Kite of CBS’ “2 Broke Girls”

     
    Three seasons into 2 Broke Girls, it still happens. People are shocked when they find out Jonathan Kite is a regular American guy from Skokie, Ill., and not Oleg, the lecherous short-order cook who perpetually harasses— er, flirts with Max (Kat...
  • On the Town: Putting out a spread to support GAR Services

    On the Town: Putting out a spread to support GAR Services
    Eating for charity is a popular sport among Glendalians. Last Wednesday, some 70 hungry supporters gathered at Dish in La CaƱada to do just that. Benefiting from a percentage of the evening's proceeds was GAR Services, a work-activity program for adults...
  • Michael Phelps is the second-most influential athlete in U.S.

    Michael Phelps is the second-most influential athlete in U.S.
    Michael Phelps is the second-most influential athlete in the United States, according to data from surveys conducted by Nielsen and E-Poll Market Research and published by Forbes.com. Phelps ranks behind only Tim Tebow, a quarterback without a team, and...
  • Govenor Charlie set for Preakness ... probably

    Govenor Charlie set for Preakness ... probably
    It's (mostly) official: Govenor Charlie will run in the Preakness. Maybe. Trainer Bob Baffert told Pimlico officials Tuesday morning that he planned to run the colt, listed as “possible” since skipping the Kentucky Derby. But later in...
  • Rain at Pimlico isn't a welcome sight for Preakness jockeys

    Rain at Pimlico isn't a welcome sight for Preakness jockeys
    Among the concerns for jockeys at the Preakness today is the weather. Shortly before rain began to fall minutes ago, jockeys were watching the skies. Some know all too well that their horses don’t respond to sloppy tracks, and they were holding...
  • Orb is horse to beat and has made the rest of Preakness field an afterthought

    Orb is horse to beat and has made the rest of Preakness field an afterthought
    Shug McGaughey, the trainer for Kentucky Derby winner Orb, attributes his calm demeanor since that race to maturity. Had he made it to the Preakness with a Triple Crown chance at a younger age, the 64-year-old insists, the scene would have been...
  • Gary Stevens continues big comeback with two big wins at Santa Anita

    Gary Stevens continues big comeback with two big wins at Santa Anita
    Last January, when Hall of Fame jockey Gary Stevens launched his comeback after seven years in retirement, his daughter, Madison, wasn't happy. She was in the winner's circle at Santa Anita, crying, "I want my daddy." Eight months later, the 4-year-...