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YESTERDAY November 23, 2017
Meiner Yukitsubaki, a colt by 2012 Kentucky Derby winner I’ll Have Another, is part of a projected field of eight in Saturday’s $170,894 Cattleya Sho at Tokyo Racecourse.
Yockey’s Warrior won the $75,000 Thanksgiving Handicap for the second year in a row, capturing the Thursday feature at Fair Grounds by five lengths as the odds-on favorite.
Mike Pender started in on the fixings early Thursday as his filly How Unusual, whom he trains and co-owns, rallied from well back to score a nearly 10-1 upset in the Grade 3, $102,415 Red Carpet Handicap for older female grass runners at Del Mar.
Shining Copper proved Thursday in winning Grade 3, $100,000 River City Handicap at Churchill Downs that he can be a capable headliner.
Stallwalkin’ Dude, scratched by trainer David Jacobson from Wednesday night’s $200,000 Fabulous Strike Handicap at Penn National, split horses in midstretch and edged clear late to win Thursday’s Grade 3, $200,000 Fall Highweight Handicap at Aqueduct ...
Blue Prize, ridden by Jimmy Graham, ended months of frustration when powering to an 8 1/2-length victory over five other fillies and mares in the 102nd running of the Grade 2, $200,000 Falls City Handicap.
Rymska displayed a devastating late turn of foot under Irad Ortiz Jr. that carried her from last to first, winning the $150,000 Winter Memories Stakes by 1 1/4 lengths over Dancing Breeze at Aqueduct.
Andrew Hawkins' Hong Kong selections and analysis for Sunday, November 26, 2017
Kitasan Black gave legendary Japanese jockey Yutaka Take a record fourth win in the Grade 1 Japan Cup in 2016. The same partnership will be favored to win Sunday's $5.828 million Japan Cup at Tokyo Racecourse.
The turf stakes season closes this weekend in New York with the inaugural runnings of three blacktype events, two coming on Saturday's 10-race card at Aqueduct.