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YESTERDAY July 23, 2017
Glamanation wore down Mega Monster in the final furlong to win her first stakes in Sunday’s $125,000 Shady Well Stakes at Woodbine.
Stellar Wind – like Accelerate owned by Kosta and Pete Hronis, trained by John Sadler, and ridden by Victor Espinoza – worked at 6:30 Sunday morning in preparation for this Sunday’s Grade 1, $300,000 Clement Hirsch Stakes, in which Stellar Wind is the ...
Final Copy punched his ticket to the Breeders’ Stakes with a well-timed score over Conquest Lemonraid in the $119,400 Toronto Cup Stakes at Woodbine on Sunday.
Having won back-to-back Grade 1 victories the last two months, Lady Eli has positioned herself for a run at an Eclipse Award that, to date, has been the only thing that has eluded the gutsy 5-year-old mare.
After a couple of disappointing afternoons to begin the Saratoga meet, trainer Steve Asmussen needed a pick-me-up. He got just that Sunday morning when Gun Runner worked a strong five furlongs in 59.86 seconds over the main track in preparation for his ...
TimeformUS handicapper David Aragona highlights some contenders on Monday’s card at Saratoga.
The morning after Arrogate’s stunning loss in the San Diego Handicap, the worst performance of the brilliant colt’s career, trainer Bob Baffert said the horse had come out of the race well, and that he expected Arrogate to rebound in the Grade 1, $1 ...
Heart. It’s the word Danny Keene, trainer Allen Milligan, and jockey Richard Eramia all used when talking about Texas Chrome in separate interviews following his win over Supermason in the $50,000 Assault Stakes on Saturday night at Lone Star Park.
In what will now rank as the biggest upset in Del Mar history, Arrogate, the horse rated heretofore this year as the world’s best didn’t just lose, he was soundly trounced, finishing fourth to Accelerate before a crowd of 16,568.
Daily Racing Form writer Matt Bernier takes a look at Sunday's card at Del Mar.