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YESTERDAY January 30, 2015
Ocho Ocho Ocho seems eager to start his 3-year-old campaign.
Trainer Richie Scherer said he’s planning to run the multiple stakes-placed colt Bourbon Cowboy next around two turns in the Black Gold Stakes at Fair Grounds.
Monmouth Park has made a few tweaks to its stakes schedule for 2015, but the program’s core races remain the same.
Trainer Phil Bauer isn’t making excuses for Another Lemon Drop’s fourth-place finish in the Lecomte Stakes on Jan. 17 at Fair Grounds.
Potomac River, who hasn’t raced since being injured in the Mervin H. Muniz Jr. Memorial Handicap in March, is back in training, and trainer Jose Camejo is targeting this year’s Muniz on Feb. 28 at Fair Grounds for him.
Rattataptap earned a try at another stakes win after winning for the second time in her career in an optional claimer at six furlongs for 3-year-old fillies Thursday.
Calculator, who won for the first time in his career Jan. 10 in the Grade 3 Sham Stakes at Santa Anita, could make his next start outside California.
The card Saturday at Santa Anita includes apparent standouts in the first and last legs of the pick five on races 1-5. With a pair of singles, the pick five (50-cent minimum, 14 percent takeout) looks affordable even for small bettors.
The upgrade of Woodbine’s Marine Stakes to Grade 3 status was the only change to Canadian graded stakes races for 2015 made by the Jockey Club of Canada’s graded stakes committee.
A solid third-level optional $62,500 claiming race for 4-year-olds and up tops a nine-race Super Bowl Sunday card at Fair Grounds.