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TODAY July 24, 2017
Free: Del Mar horses to watch for week of July 24
YESTERDAY July 23, 2017
Like the Grade 3 marathon they run in Wednesday at Del Mar, Hard Aces and Big John B keep going, and going, and going.
Leading rider Rocco Bowen guided Little Dancer to an upset victory in the $79,250 Washington Oaks at Emerald Downs Sunday. Her $27.40 win price was the longest since the race was first held at Emerald in 1996.
Madam Dancealot ($44.40) produced a stirring stretch run to roar past her seven rivals, including the previously unbeaten Sircat Sally, to win the one-mile San Clemente Handicap by 1 3/4 lengths in 1:34.75 on firm turf.
Eagle Jazz solidified his status as the top-ranked 2-year-old Quarter Horse in the nation on Sunday, when he won his second Grade 1 race of the Ruidoso Downs meet in the $1 million Rainbow Futurity.
Nikki My Darling not only handled some added distance on Sunday in the $75,000 Norm Barron Queen City Oaks – she did so with style.
Peppy Miller denied Lady Jila her fifth consecutive win in the Columbine Stakes at Arapahoe Park on Sunday, while Dugaboy Brown defeated C C Express in the Mount Elbert.
Three days into the Saratoga meet and nobody’s been able to solve the pick six yet, resulting in a three-day carryover of $577,107 into Monday’s nine-race program.
Abel Tasman battled a game Elate to the wire and survived an inquiry to emerge victorious in Sunday's Coaching Club American Oaks at Saratoga Race Course.
Last year he tried stretching out to 1 1/8 miles and this year he twice raced at 6 1/2 furlongs, but it seems one mile is just right for Blackjackcat, who scored his second straight victory at that trip when capturing the $79,190 Wickerr Stakes for ...