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YESTERDAY September 21, 2014
The Grade 1 FrontRunner Stakes on Saturday at Santa Anita can confirm American Pharoah’s status as a top 2-year-old, and move him closer to a potential start in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile on Nov. 1.
Take your pick between Bobby Handy, who is going for his ninth win this year, and Lovely Start, who has won his last three races and is 6-1-0 from 8 starts in 2014.
The 10-1 longshot Florida Won made quite a splash in his first Polytrack start at Woodbine on Sunday, capturing the Grade 3, $175,800 Ontario Derby from off the pace under Patrick Husbands.
Temper Mint Patty and Saratoga Heater backed up their maiden victories at Saratoga with convincing wins in New York-bred juvenile stakes Sunday at Belmont Park.
The 2014 Keeneland September yearling sale wrapped on Sunday with steady returns rivaling last year’s breakout renewal, including a record-tying median.
It took a long look at the photo finish before the ThistleDown placing judges decided the result was a dead heat Sunday afternoon in the $50,000 Scarlet and Gray Handicap.
Bayern and three of the horses he defeated in Saturday’s $1 million Pennsylvania Derby – including Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner California Chrome – returned Sunday to Southern California and will most likely be pointed to the $5 million ...
Regardless of which side of the continent he drives, Yannick Gingras gets the job done. Traveling well north to Hippodrome 3R to pilot Sunfire Blue in the $200,000 Prix D'Ete, the Quebec native went to the front and never looked back for the win.
The favored Sweater Weather rallied strongly under Patrick Husbands to take the $171,750 La Lorgnette Stakes over Unspurned at Woodbine on Sunday.
Will Take Charge, the 3-year-old champion of 2013, has been retired and will begin stud duty next year at Three Chimneys Farm in Midway, Ky.