A horse that had been removed from the wagering was allowed to run and crossed the finish line first in the $1 million Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf at Del Mar.
Mike Brunker is an assistant city editor working with reporters covering land use and environment, health care and immigration. He also writes a weekly horse racing column. Before joining the Review-Journal in August 2016, Brunker worked in various reporting and editing capacities for NBCNews.com, msnbc.com and the San Francisco Examiner.
The candy store known as Del Mar is open for business. This kid is absolutely giddy at the prospect of sinking his teeth into the 14 delicious Breeders’ Cup championship races.
Hospitalizations also have risen over the past week, while the declines in deaths and test positivity rate have stalled.
A day after the county dipped into the “substantial” risk category under the CDC’s classification system, its rate of new cases per 100,000 rebounded into “high” risk territory.
Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention moves the county closer to exiting the state’s mask mandate for indoor public settings.
Flavien Prat, the jockey from France, is at the top of his game and in a good position to prosper with the two-day World Thoroughbred Championships being held in his backyard.
Both metrics were up over the preceding three days, while deaths and the test positivity rate in the county added to recent improvements, local and state data show.
Clark County’s major COVID-19 metrics all registered improvement over the past week, which also saw the county make progress toward for lifting of the state’s mask mandate.
Journey back to 2017 to see how the Del Mar racing surface played the first time the two-day event was held there. It just might inform your thinking the second time around.
All four key COVID-19 metrics for Clark County fell over the weekend, with 891 new cases and 20 deaths recorded since Friday’s report, according to state and local data.
While new cases, deaths and hospitals all have continued to fall this month, the forward-looking test positivity rate is right where it was at the beginning of the month.
All COVID-19 metrics are showing marked improvement in Nevada and most models foresee new cases continuing to fall in the weeks and months ahead, a state expert said Thursday.
New cases and hospitalizations extend recent declines as positivity rate remains unchanged at 7.0 percent.
It was the second straight increase reported in the forward-looking metric, which stood at 7.0 percent as of Monday’s update.
New cases, deaths, hospitalizations and positivity rate all dropped from the prior week, though the descent in the new cases rate slowed.