Ellis Park Racing News
Art Collector delivers masterpiece in RUNHAPPY Ellis Park Derby
HENDERSON, Ky. (Sunday Aug. 9, 2020) -- On Saturday evening, following a devastating performance at one of racing’s most historic tracks, the consensus within the Thoroughbred racing community was that the question of which horse…
Pico d'Oro breaks maiden in RUNHAPPY Juv.; Crazy Beautiful rolls
HENDERSON, Ky. (Sunday Aug. 9, 2020) -- An extra furlong of distance was enough to allow Pico d’Oro to turn the tables on Medicine Tail in their latest meeting at Ellis Park and earn the son of Curlin his first career victory when he rallied from…
Hernandez carrying banner for Second Stride in Ellis Park Derby
HENDERSON, Ky. (Saturday, Aug. 8, 2020) — Three-year-olds are horse racing’s glamor division, and taking center stage on Sunday’s 10-race program at Ellis Park is the $200,000 RUNHAPPY Ellis Park Derby and its leading Kentucky…
Art Collector has final work for RUNHAPPY EP Derby
Jockey Brian Hernandez: 'All I’ve got to do is just stay out of his way'
Johnny Unleashed carrying banner for local horsemen
It surely will be the most popular victory in Henderson and definitely Owensboro if the 3-year-old gelding Johnny Unleashed beats older horses to take Sunday's $100,000 RUNHAPPY Preview Turf Sprint. That’s because the $10,000 Keeneland yearling…
Into Mystic debuts for Walsh in Preview Ladies Sprint
The 4-year-old filly Into Mystic made her first start on grass when a close fourth in Santa Anita’s Grade 2 Monrovia Stakes on May 25. She makes her first start since then and first in the barn of trainer Brendan Walsh in Sunday’s $100,000…
Factor This taking owners on 'pretty crazy' ride
HENDERSON, Ky. (Saturday, Aug. 1, 2020) — Brian and Tom Cutshall don’t want to hear their name called in Sunday’s $100,000 Kentucky Downs Preview Turf Cup unless it’s after the race at Ellis Park. As in the winner’s…
Dontblamerocket 'doing better than he ever has'
By Alicia Hughes, NTRA Communications
It has been just over a year since Dontblamerocket came into trainer Norm Casse’s shedrow and in that time, the 6-year-old gelding has proven he can often be trusted to back up his touts.