Metaboss is the El Camino boss

Metaboss deployed a scintillating burst of speed down the stretch to take Saturday's $200,525 El Camino Real Derby (G3) at Golden Gate Fields, putting himself on the Derby trail with 10 points.

Scully’s Kentucky Derby 141 Update – Feb. 11

The Road to the Kentucky Derby is heating up.

"All Others" is 5-2 Favorite in Kentucky DerbyFutures Pool 2, With Texas Red A Narrow Individual Choice

As expected, the Mutuel Feld (#24), known to many racing fans as “All Others,” was the betting favorite when Pool 2 of Churchill Downs Racetrack’s Kentucky Derby Future Wager (“KDFW”) closed Sunday evening, but that wagering interest was not the overwhelming favorite it was expected to be and Sentient Jet Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (Grade I) winner Texas Red (#21) emerged from a tight battle to be the favored individual horse at the end of three days of brisk betting.

Dortmund records gutsy Robert B. Lewis win over Firing Line

Dortmund and Firing Line hooked up in the Los Alamitos Futurity (G1) in late December, with the former getting the win in a three-horse photo on the wire in track record-setting time.

Far From Over makes remarkable recovery in Withers

Despite stumbling leaving the gate and trailing for much of Saturday's $250,000 Withers (G3) at Aqueduct, Far From Over (Blame) refused to be beaten in the 1 1/16-mile inner dirt test.

'All Others' A Cinch To Be Strong Favorite In Kentucky Derby Future Wager Pool 2

The mutuel field (#24), known to many racing fans as “All Others”, has been the favorite in each of Churchill Downs Racetrack’s Kentucky Derby Future Wager (“KDFW”) pools that have opened a calendar year since the wager was created in 1999, and there is no reason to expect that history will not be served when the opening pool of 2015 completes its Friday-through-Sunday (Feb. 6-8) run on Sunday evening.

G.H. Mumm Named 'Official Champagne of Kentucky Derby, Churchill Downs'

G.H. Mumm has been named the “Official Champagne of the Kentucky Derby and Churchill Downs Racetrack” after a three-year partnership was finalized between the two companies in late January.

American Pharoah gets back to work

Champion American Pharoah returned to the worktab Monday for the first time since he was scratched from the November 1 Breeders' Cup Juvenile (G1) with an injury.

Callback refuses to yield in Las Virgenes

Spendthrift Farm LLC's Callback (Street Sense) wired Saturday's $301,000 Las Virgenes S. (G1) at Santa Anita Park by a half-length over Light the City (Street Sense).

Take Charge Brandi just holds in Martha Washington

Willis D. Horton's Take Charge Brandi's (Giant's Causeway) lackadaisical run in the stretch of Saturday's $100,000 Martha Washington S. nearly cost her the race as Sarah Sis (Sharp Humor) offered a game late bid along the inside.