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YESTERDAY May 27, 2017
Nearly 250 horses found their way onto the work tabs over the Belmont Park main and training tracks on Saturday, three of whom – Meantime, Patch, and Tapwrit – are likely to find themselves in the starting gate two weeks down the road in Belmont Stakes.
Smack Smack attempts to win the Grade 3 Prairie Meadows Cornhusker Handicap for the second year in a row when he starts Monday in the Jim Rasmussen Memorial at Prairie Meadows.
Perhaps age has caught up with them, but it still is pretty cool to see the triumvirate of Kharafa, King Kreesa, and Lubash teeing it up one more time in Monday's $125,000 Kingston Stakes at Belmont Park.
Sprinters are stretching out and routers are cutting back in distance, but when it comes to the one-turn-mile configuration of Monday's $200,000 Commentator Stakes, that might be just perfect for the speedy Diversify.
To improve public perception of its racing product, Parx Racing will institute several house rules to discourage medication violations and hidden ownership of horses, according to Sam Elliott, the track's director of racing.
Having confirmed that Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming will skip the Belmont Stakes and return this summer, trainer Todd Pletcher on Saturday began focusing on the third leg of the Triple Crown with Tapwrit and Patch, his two potential starters ...
Churchill added a second classic to his sparking portfolio Saturday at The Curragh when he proved much the best in the Group 1 Irish 2000 Guineas.
B Squared is a nose away from a perfect record after three starts. “He's lightly raced but mature and professional,” trainer Doug O'Neill said.
Redneck Humor will be seeking his fourth consecutive stakes win Monday when he makes his first start in Colorado in the $30,000 Arapahoe Park Sprint. He is part of a seven-horse field that includes his Grade 3-winning stablemate, Toews On Ice.
Monmouth Park does not have a stakes on its Memorial Day card, but the racing office has dug deep into its bag of tricks and put together an interesting slate of races for Monday.