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TODAY May 30, 2016
Tapitation spoiled the reunion of New York’s version of the Sunshine Boys on Monday at Belmont Park by rallying from last under Joel Rosario to win the $125,000 Kingston Stakes at Belmont Park.
Trainer Mario Serey Jr. and jockey Trevor McCarthy won their second sprint stakes for fillies and mares in 10 days when She's Hot Wired got up to nail Bustin Out in the final strides of the Open Mind Handicap at Monmouth Park on Monday.
Bust Another benefitted from a dream trip and made the most of his opportunity, rallying from off a contested pace to a convincing 3 1/4-length victory over Mind Your Biscuits in Monday’s $125,000 Mike Lee Stakes at Belmont Park.
Trainer Danny Pish won the 2,000th Thoroughbred race of his career on Monday, when U S Officer won his debut in the second race at Lone Star Park.
Gierkink: Woodbine horses to watch for week of May 30
Bar of Gold remained unbeaten against New York-bred competition and unbeaten on wet tracks with a 1 1/2-length victory in Monday’s $200,000 Critical Eye Stakes at Belmont Park.
A winter break appears to have done Weekend Hideaway a world of good, as he recorded his second stakes win of 2016, with a front-running 3 3/4-length victory in Monday’s $200,000 Commentator Stakes at muddy Belmont Park.
Trainer Wesley Ward on Tuesday will ship to England his contingent of runners being pointed for races at the prestigious Royal Ascot meeting, and on the plane will be the 2-year-old filly Big City Dreamin, by the obscure stallion Iqbaal.
Trainer George Weaver hopes to make some noise Saturday at Gulfstream Park when he sends out three starters on the Summit of Speed Preview card, including the talented but lightly raced Requite.
Frosted, fifth in the Dubai World Cup in March, continues to impress trainer Kiaran McLaughlin as he works toward an expected start in the $1.25 million Metropolitan Handicap on June 11.