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YESTERDAY September 19, 2014
Alert Bay came out of his win in the Grade 3, $150,000 British Columbia Derby in excellent shape and will remain at Hastings to run in the Grade 3, $100,000 Premiers on Oct. 13, according to trainer Anita Bolton.
Trainer Tracy McCarthy was still in recovery mode Wednesday morning after watching Ole’s Miss win the $100,000 British Columbia Oaks on Sunday.
Alex Canchari, the leading rider at Hawthorne Racecourse on the Chicago circuit last fall, will ride in Southern California beginning Sept. 26.
Trainer Dallas Keen finally got his first Gulfstream Park victory when Katillac Charm drew off to a 2 3/4-length tally under jockey Juan Leyva in Thursday’s second race.
Santa Anita’s new racetrack has been well received by trainers since it was installed in late summer. The track has been used for training since early September and will be tested in racing for the first time Sept. 26 on the opening-day program.
Trainer Marcus Vitali completed a big week when Midnight Cello splashed to an easy victory in a Thursday allowance race, defeating a stakes-quality group that included Palatine Hill and Sr. Quisqueyano.
Shared Belief, considered the early favorite for the Breeders’ Cup Classic on Nov. 1, will be part of a small field for his Santa Anita debut in the $300,000 Awesome Again Stakes on Sept. 27.
Hall of Fame rider Edgar Prado will return to south Florida and ride on a regular basis beginning Sunday.
The Scarlet and Gray Handicap will be run at ThistelDown for the first time in the history of the race Sunday afternoon.
Bettors face a simple decision Sunday, the closing day of the 11-day Los Alamitos fall Thoroughbred meet.
Only two of the five fillies and mares entered in the $75,000 Las Madrinas Stakes have a realistic shot. Picking between Legacy and My Happy Face ...