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YESTERDAY July 25, 2014
V.E. Day, last out of the gate and last until the five-sixteenths pole, rallied five wide in the stretch under Jose Lezcano and, despite failing to switch to his correct lead in the stretch, outfinished Charge Now to win the Curlin Stakes by a head.
Tonalist and Wicked Strong, who were less than two lengths apart when first and fourth in the Belmont Stakes, clash again in Saturday’s Jim Dandy, the traditional local prep race for the Travers on Aug. 23.
DRF handicapper Matt Bernier takes a closer look at juveniles running at Del Mar.
Due to adverse weather conditions, Friday night’s card at Northlands Park has been canceled.
Jeremey Day's analysis of the Sunday 7/27 card at Balmoral Park.
String King is a gangster. Well, sort of. The top-class Louisiana-bred turfer goes by “Floyd” around the barn in reference to a notorious bank robber.
Lee’s Spirit, an eight-time stakes winner, will make his first start in about two months in the fourth race Sunday at Louisiana Downs.
Disruption, full of himself following his strong effort in the Mt. Rainier Handicap last Sunday, will make his next start in the Grade 3 Longacres Mile, a buoyant Monique Snowden said Friday.
Natalie Victoria and Majestic River both have won back-to-back starts coming into the Grade 2, $200,000 Molly Pitcher Stakes on Sunday at Monmouth Park. Both have already won a stakes at the meet, stamping them as top contenders in the 1 1/16-mile ...
The first wave of maiden races for 2-year-old fillies are in the books at Emerald Downs, and on Sunday six of the early combatants will vie for tentative supremacy in the division when they compete in the $50,000 Angie C. Stakes at six furlongs.