From falling into a sinkhole to racecourse success in the space of 12 days—that is the remarkable story of 6-year-old Mr Changue in Canada.
Oklahoma native John Ray James, who raced and stood grade 2 winner Dramedy, died July 17. He was 75.
Some two months after finishing heads apart in the Triple Bend Stakes (G2), that race’s winner, Air Strike, and runner-up, Cistron, will meet again in the $300,000 Bing Crosby Stakes (G1) July 27 at Del Mar.
The 2020 Dubai World Cup Carnival program has been announced and will take place at Meydan Racecourse over 10 weeks, including nine consecutive Thursday evenings, Jan. 2-Feb. 27, before culminating with the Super Saturday card March 7.