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YESTERDAY October 01, 2014
The Goffs Orby yearling sale in Co. Kildare, Ireland finished Wednesday with across-the-board gains, highlighted by three horses during the final session that sold for 950,000 Euros or more.
Close Hatches, unbeaten in four starts this year and a standout in the 2014 filly and mare handicap division, will be a huge favorite when the Grade 1 Spinster Stakes is run Sunday with a small field – but at least one person is hoping the Juddmonte ...
Sweet Reason, winner of the Grade 1 Test and Grade 1 Acorn, has not been back to the track since her second-place finish in the Grade 1 Cotillion at Parx on Sept. 20, owing to an ulcer in her right eye
Wise Dan drew post 6 in the field of eight older horses entered in the Grade 1, $1 million Shadwell Turf Mile on Saturday at Keeneland.
After disappointing on dirt in the Travers, Mr Speaker returns to turf in Saturday’s Grade 3, $500,000 Hill Prince Stakes at 1 1/8 miles.
Feathered was an odds-on favorite in her first two starts. Her backers figure to get a bigger price on Feathered in Saturday’s Grade 1, $500,000 Frizette Stakes.
Todd Pletcher has won two of the past four runnings of the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, and a month ago it appeared as though he would have one of the favorites for this year’s race after Competitive Edge won the Grade 1 Hopeful impressively at Saratoga.
Wise Dan is the gleaming headliner on the last major weekend of North American grass races leading to the Breeders’ Cup Mile, and the 7-year-old gelding – a two-time Horse of the Year and two-time BC Mile winner – stands on a strange threshold.
Tony Dutrow is more interested in looking back than looking ahead when it comes to his 2-year-old I Spent It.
In a normal year, Vicar’s in Trouble would be the star of the show in the Indiana Derby, and indeed, the winner of the Lecomte Stakes, Louisiana Derby, and Super Derby is a major attraction Saturday night at Indiana Grand in the Grade 2, $500,000 race.