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YESTERDAY May 23, 2015
After watching A Lot gallop to a 5 3/4-length victory in Saturday’s $100,000 Paradise Creek Stakes at Belmont Park, Bill Mott, the trainer of A Lot, had a flashback.
Sky Treasure buried a quality group of fillies and mares while notching her first stakes win Saturday at Woodbine in the Grade 2, $211,200 Nassau.
Xtra Luck scored the biggest win of his career Saturday in taking the Grade 3, $100,000 Louisville Handicap going 1 1/2 miles on the Churchill Downs grass
Blane Servis won the first stakes of his career with his first stakes starter in the My Juliet at Parx Racing on Saturday.
Saturday, Sunday Rules remained unbeaten in five races with a three-length win in the $150,250 Spring Fever Stakes for California-bred fillies and mares at six furlongs at Santa Anita.
Three-time Monmouth Park riding champ Elvis Trujillo is leaving California and will beging riding at Monmouth next Saturday, according to Danny Mellul, who said he would be Trujillo's agent.
With jockey Manny Franco aboard, Tencendur breezed five furlongs in 1:02.67 around the dogs on turf at Belmont Park on Saturday, finishing well after walking through an opening three furlongs. He finished a head behind workmate High Noon Rider at the wire.
Joe Bravo became the 31st rider in history to win 5,000 races in North America when he won the sixth race at Monmouth Park on Saturday aboard Boss Man for trainer Jason Servis.
Z Rockstar will attempt to improve his Will Rogers Downs record to 4 for 4 on Tuesday in the $55,000 Cherokee Nation Classic Cup.
Ordak Dan, who won the Group 1 Gran Premio 25 de Mayo in Argentina in 2013 but missed 18 months because of injury before returning to action in late 2014, is part of a field of 15 in Monday’s Gran Premio 25 de Mayo at San Isidro, Argentina.