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YESTERDAY February 18, 2017
Howdy Kingkowboy, moving to a route for the first time and racing on a track listed as "wet fast (sealed)" from steady rains throughout the day, posted a mild upset in Saturday’s $50,000 Turf Paradise Derby.
Imperial Hint, who is small in stature but big at heart, held off even-money favorite Stallwalkin' Dude the length of the Laurel Park stretch to win the Grade 3, $250,000 General George on Saturday.
High Ridge Road got the best of By the Moon in the $300,000 Barbara Fritchie, winning by a desperate neck in the shadow of the wire.
On Monday, owner Sheila Rosenblum watched as her champion sprinting filly La Verdad become a mother. On Saturday, Rosenblum watched Hot City Girl - La Verdad’s younger half-sister - make a case for putting parenthood off a little longer. Hot City Girl ...
Tiger Blood got his first stakes victory Saturday at Tampa Bay Downs, tracking the pace of Springmeier and wearing down that rival in the final sixteenth to win the $96,800 Pelican Stakes by one length.
Hong Kong selections for Sunday, Feb. 19, 2017
Saturday at Laurel Park, as a 22-1 longshot, Bodhisattva got both a clean trip and a big closing kick to upset odds-on favorite Page McKenney in the $75,000 John B. Campbell Handicap.
Winter upset the $75,000 Maryland Racing Media Stakes at Laurel Park on Saturday, and the result likely left at least one show bettor upset after 1-5 favorite Wait Your Turn checked in fifth.
At age 7, Spanish Concert had waited a long time for her stakes debut, and she made the most of it Saturday at Tampa Bay Downs, leading all the way to win the $50,000 Minaret Stakes by 3 1/4 lengths.