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September 01, 2014
Jm Miracle won the richest race for 2-year-olds in North America on Monday, when he rushed home by a half-length over Mad About the Moon in the Grade 1, $2.6 million All American Quarter Horse Futurity. He gave jockey Ramon Sanchez a third career ...
Jockey Brice Blanc was reunited with Miss Serendipity, and it felt so good. Blanc, idle for more than a month following an accident on the turf earlier at this Del Mar meet, returned in glorious fashion in his first mount back Monday by teaming with ...
Pepper Crown ($23.20) used the same tactics he used in his $94.20 upset in the Grade 3 San Francisco Mile this spring, skimming the rail and winning a sprint to the finish line to take the $63,170 Rolling Green Stakes at Golden Gate Fields on Monday.
In a thriller, Wonder World edged Goliath by a nose in the CTHS Sales Stakes for 3-year-olds at Hastings on Monday. He paid $10.70. The 1 1/16-mile race was one of four $50,000 stakes restricted to horses who went through a Canadian Thoroughbred Horse ...
The same strategy that yielded a victory in last year’s Oak Tree Juvenile Fillies Turf worked again this year, as She’s Complete, echoing 2013 winner Clenor, scored her first stakes win in the one-mile grass race for 2-year-old fillies Monday at Del Mar.
Well before the curtain came down Monday on Saratoga’s 146th meet, rumors began flying about next year’s Saratoga season.
Wake Up Nick stayed with California-breds, and stayed unbeaten, by capturing the $150,500 I’m Smokin Stakes on Monday at Del Mar, fending off a stretch-long bid from Global Magician to prevail as the 2-5 favorite.
Deadly Truth gave Derby Quest Farms Ltd. and Shot in the Dark Racing Corp. a quick return on their investment when he won the $75,000 Speed to Spare at Northlands Park on Monday.
In his last two starts, Sharp Sensation had vied for the lead and tired. On Monday in the Grade 3 Turf Monster at Parx, jockey David Moran got him to settle early and the result was a neck win over 2-1 favorite Ben's Cat.
In a wild running of the Grade 3, $300,000 Smarty Jones Stakes at Parx Racing on Monday there were four lead changes in the final quarter-mile. Protonico made the last move, giving trainer Todd Pletcher the 1,000th stakes win of his career.