Dance With Fate, Harry's Holiday Head 10 Late Nominations to Triple Crown

The late nomination period for the classic races of the 2014 Triple Crown concluded late Saturday, March 22 with a total of 10 additional 3-year-old Thoroughbreds added to the roster of horses that are eligible to complete in the 2014 renewal of the prized three-race series.

Chitu repels Hawk in Baffert-dominated Sunland Derby

Tanma Corp.'s Chitu turned back a challenge from stablemate Midnight Hawk in Sunday's Grade 3, $800,110 Sunland Derby, in a finish dominated by the two representatives of Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert. Under a stalk-and-pounce trip engineered by Martin Garcia, the 9-5 favorite earned 50 points toward the Kentucky Derby, bringing his total up to 54.

Awesome Baby captures Sunland Park Oaks

Kaleem Shah Inc.'s Awesome Baby outclassed her rivals on Sunday in the $200,000 Sunland Park Oaks to earn another 50 points and move on top of the Road to the Kentucky Oaks leaderboard with 110 total points.

Social Inclusion, Samraat ready for Wood Memorial

Social Inclusion, who was credited with a four-furlong breeze in :49 1/5 on Saturday over Gulfstream Park's fast dirt, will work twice more in Florida before he ships to New York for the Grade 1, $1 million Wood Memorial on Saturday, April 5, owner Ronald Sanchez said via telephone on Sunday.

Sweet Reason, Noble Moon work for Gyarmati

Grade 1 winner Sweet Reason remains on course for her next engagement, the Grade 2, $300,000 Gazelle on Saturday, April 5, after working a mile in company with Jerome hero Noble Moon Sunday morning over Belmont Park's fast training track.

Honor Code injured, off Derby trail

Remsen winner Honor Code has been knocked off the Kentucky Derby trail by a suspensory injury.

General a Rod puts in final major move for Florida Derby

Since going out on his own in 2003, trainer Mike Maker has taken five horses down the Triple Crown trail, including Hansen, the undefeated two-year-old male champion of 2011.

We Miss Artie takes Spiral in three-horse photo

Appearing not to be making much headway in deep stretch of Grade 3, $523,380 Spiral at Turfway Park, We Miss Artie nonetheless refused to quit. When the dueling leaders, Harry's Holiday and Coastline, began to shorten stride inside the sixteenth pole, We Miss Artie grinded his way into a three-way photo, which the son Artie Schiller won by a nose over Harry's Holiday, with Coastline another head behind in third.

Aurelia's Belle shines in Bourbonette Oaks

Aurelia's Belle faced stakes rivals on on three occasions prior to Saturday, reputing herself well with placings each time, but it took returning to the synthetic Polytrack for the bay miss to finally break through with her first black-type victory in Turfway Park's Grade 3, $126,000 Bourbonette Oaks.

California Chrome, Candy Boy tune up for SA Derby clash

California Chrome and Candy Boy, who figure to be the top two betting choices in the Santa Anita Derby, had their penultimate workouts Saturday morning for the Grade 1, $1 million race on April 5. California Chrome sped a half-mile at his Los Alamitos headquarters and Candy Boy drilled six furlongs at Santa Anita.