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TODAY November 23, 2014
Ocho Ocho Ocho will be put on the Santa Anita Derby trail next year, trainer Jim Cassidy said on Sunday, a day after the horse won his two-turn debut in the Grade 3, $1 million Delta Downs Jackpot.
When I do this “Pick X” feature for DRF.com, I try to go for something with the potential for a bigger payoff such as a pick five or a pick four. Unfortunately, I can’t do that for Sunday’s card at Aqueduct. Not with the way this card is constructed.
While always looking for opportunities to play multi-race exotics in the quest of winning a lot for a little, that’s not happening for me in Sunday’s early pick four, or the pick five because of the dastardly positioning of a maiden race for ...
The margin of victory may have been smaller, but Lucy’s Bob Boy was equally dominant Saturday night in winning the $50,000 A Huevo Stakes for West Virginia-breds at Charles Town for a second time.
The 11-year-old trotter became the oldest horse to win a Breeders Crown race and he did it in eye-popping fashion scoring from post nine in 1:51.
YESTERDAY November 22, 2014
Mcwicked also recaptured his form in the Breeders Crown final for 3-year-old colts & geldings.
Hall Of Fame driver John Campbell swept both Breeders Crown events for aged pacers.
Pinkman and Traceur Hanover were both gutsy winners in their respective 2YO Crown events.
JK She’salady made it a perfect dozen capturing the $500,000 Breeders Crown for juvenile filly pacers in gritty and record-setting fashion.
Sunbean notched the 11th stakes win of his career Saturday, when he powered to a five-length win in the $250,000 Delta Downs Mile. Agent Di Nozzo finished second, while it was another 1 1/2 lengths back in third to Grand Contender.