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YESTERDAY October 25, 2014
Keeneland wrapped up the first meet on its new dirt track Saturday with solid reviews from horsemen and a fair safety record – though the meet did post decreases in field size, handle, and attendance.
River Seven (8-5) ran the race of his life in last year’s Labeeb, scoring by 10 lengths over the yielding ground that he prefers. The turf should be firm on Sunday, just like it was on Friday and Saturday, which will not be ideal for River Seven.
Big Macher, who has not started since turning in an uncharacteristically dull effort in the Grade 2 Pat O’Brien at Del Mar on Aug. 24, breezed an easy half-mile in 47.40 seconds with jockey Tyler Baze aboard Saturday at Santa Anita.
The arrival on the scene of Breeders' Cup Classic contender Cigar Street - out of a half sister to champion Cigar - represents the efforts of multiple generations of horsemen.
What was essentially a three-furlong blow-out turned into work of the day honors for Stonetastic, not so much for her swift final clocking but more so for the manner in which she galloped out upon completion of the drill and the overall impression she ...
Mellow Fellow was up for a nose win over Full Moon’s Back in the $90,000 Gin Rummy Champ at Gulfstream Park West on Saturday. It was another three-quarters of a length back in third to Moonwalker.
Blazing Bling came from off the early pace to blow by the field and win the first running of the $50,000 Diana at ThistleDown on Saturday afternoon.
Pick of the Litter finally delivered on the promise trainer Dale Romans felt he showed all along, splitting horses in deep stretch to win the Grade 2, $200,000 Fayette Stakes, the closing-day feature at Keeneland.
Taris, winner of the Grade 2 Raven Run Stakes, will be supplemented into the catalog of the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky fall selected mixed sale on Nov. 3.
Savvy Hester battled back along the inside after giving up the lead early in the stretch to notch her first stakes Saturday at Woodbine in the $111,200 River Memories.