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YESTERDAY July 27, 2014
Needmore Flattery got a perfect trip to win the $75,000 Norm Barron Queen City Oaks at Belterra Park Sunday afternoon.
Valid, ridden by Orlando Bocachica, moved up to engage Bradester nearing the far turn and the pair battled tooth and nail with Valid proving best by a half-length in the Monmouth Cup on Sunday.
Ageless, the favored shipper from Maryland, tied the six-furlong course record while landing her third stakes in a row in the $153,700 Royal North at Woodbine Sunday.
Starstruck split rivals in deep stretch to defend her title in the $170,000 WinStar Matchmaker Stakes on Sunday at Monmouth Park.
After a winter freshening, Rainbow Heir proved he has more to give with an emphatic score in the $130,000 Teddy Drone Stakes at Monmouth Park on Sunday.
Handicappers familiar with ground-breaking author William L. Quirin’s speed points recognize the term “E8,” which describes early speed horses with the maximum eight points. There are three fillies with that designation in the Grade 2, $200,000 ...
Majestic River dueled 3-2 favorite Natalie Victoria into submission and drew off to a 2 1/2-length victory on Sunday in the Grade 2, $203,000 Molly Pitcher Stakes for fillies and mares at Monmouth Park.
Wicked Strong, Tonalist and Kid Cruz - the top three finishers from Saturday’s Grade 2 Jim Dandy Stakes - all came out of the race in relatively good order and all will be pointed to the $1.25 million Travers Stakes here on Aug. 23.
Now that race 4 is transformed from 1 3/8 miles on turf to 1 1/8 miles in the mud, the second-time starter Shopping Spree becomes much more interesting to me.
Chilled Mousse, an unraced 2-year-old colt, became the fifth horse to die at Del Mar since Friday when he suffered fatal injuries following a four-furlong workout on Polytrack on Sunday morning.