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February 20, 2017
Favored Quick and Silver was never headed as he earned the first stakes victory his career, winning Monday's $50,800 Lost in the Fog Stakes at Golden Gate Fields.
One Liner remained undefeated in three career starts Monday, winning his two-turn and stakes debut in the Grade 3, $500,000 Southwest at Oaklawn Park.
Gun Runner left no doubt he will be a major player in the handicap ranks this season, powering to a 5 1/4-length win in the Grade 3, $500,000 Razorback Handicap on Monday at Oaklawn.
What Monday’s Jimmy Winkfield at Aqueduct lacked in depth, having just five starters, it made up for with drama as Caledonian edged Even Thunder by a nose in a head-bobbing finish of gray 3-year-old sprinters.
This didn’t appear to be a very strong race on paper, and it certainly played out that way, with none of the top three – following the disqualification of the original runner-up, ANN ARBOR EDDIE – even being nominated to the Triple Crown.
Jeremey Day's analysis of the Wednesday 2/22 card at Northfield Park.
I'm a Chatterbox came out of her second-place finish in the Houston Ladies Classic last month in good condition, but beyond a repeat bid in the Grade 1 Delaware Handicap this summer there are no set plans for the 5-year-old mare.
On Sunday, Jenda's Agenda won her second race from as many starts and aced her transition from a sprint to a route in a first-level allowance. Jenda's Agenda beat the talented filly Stonetacular by one length but was eased up the final furlong and ...
Valadorna, who runs Saturday in the Rachel Alexandra Stakes, and Souper Tapit, a promising maiden winner, give Mark Casse a couple of local stakes-quality 3-year-olds.
Yockey's Warrior, who was a powerful allowance winner Feb. 17 at Oaklawn in his first start since winning the Thanksgiving Handicap at Fair Grounds, could be back for a major sprint stakes. Trainer Al Stall Jr. said Monday that Yockey's Warrior is ...