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Sara Louise Runs Faster Than Boys in Grade III Pocahontas

(Nov.

Baroness Thatcher Heads Competitive Field for Grade II Chilukki

(Nov. 1, 2008) – Zayat Stables’ Baroness Thatcher, who narrowly missed Grade I glory in the Humana Distaff on Kentucky Derby Day, will seek redemption Sunday at Churchill Downs as she heads a competitive field of 11 fillies and mares scheduled to start in the $150,000 Chilukki Stakes (Grade II).

Elope Wins $60,700 Dream Supreme Handicap

Peter Blum’s 4-year-old filly Elope collected her third win in four starts with a 2 ¾-length victory over Tequilas Dayjur in Friday’s $60,700 Dream Supreme Handicap at Churchill Downs.

Chamberlain Bridge Wins Thursday Feature At Churchill Downs

Carl Moore's Chamberlain Bridge, ridden by Jaime Theriot and trained by Bret Calhoun, wore down pacesetter Piratesonthelake in deep stretch to win Thursday's $52,940 Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund feature race at Churchill Downs by 1 ¾ lengths.

Nursery Rhyme Wins The Lord's Kitchen Feature on Wednesday

(Oct. 29, 2008) – Janis R. Whitham’s homebred 3-year-old filly Nursery Rhyme overcame trouble in traffic at the head of the stretch to rally for a head victory over Kiawah’s Magic in Wednesday’s $48,000 The Lord’s Kitchen allowance feature at Churchill Downs.

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'Horse of the Year' Curlin Returns to Churchill Downs, Awaits Decision On Future

Reigning "Horse of the Year" Curlin is back in familiar surroundings at Churchill Downs following a Monday flight from southern California and the Breeders' Cup World Championships at Oak Tree at Santa Anita.

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Magna Graduate Wins Grade III, $108,200 Ack Ack Handicap On Opening Day At Churchill Downs’ 26-Day Fall Meet

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Churchill Downs Opens 119th Fall Meet on Sunday, Oct. 26 With Ack Ack Handicap, 2009 Wall Calendar Giveaway

(Monday, Oct. 20, 2008) – World-class horse racing returns to legendary Churchill Downs on Sunday, Oct. 26 for the Louisville, Ky. racetrack’s 119th Fall Meet which covers 26 days through Saturday, Nov. 29.

Toe Grabs Banned at Churchill Downs Incorporated Racetracks

Churchill Downs Incorporated has implemented a new horseshoe policy at its four racetracks that bans the use of toe grabs greater than two millimeters. The new policy is effective immediately.

The policy, which will apply to all horses racing and training at Churchill Downs, Arlington Park, Calder Race Course and Fair Grounds Race Course, states: