YESTERDAY February 19, 2018
Trainer Graham Motion is hopeful Irish War Cry will announce his presence to the handicap division Saturday when he returns to Gulfstream Park to launch his 4-year-old campaign in the Grade 3 Hal's Hope.
On this holiday Monday card at Gulfstream Park, I’ll take a shot in the late double, starting with the Grade 3 Royal Delta and paying off in the nightcap, a restricted claimer on the grass.
Unique Bella, who won the Grade Santa Maria here Feb. 10, and Dream Tree, who stayed unbeaten by winning the the Grade 2 Las Virgenes Stakes here on Feb. 4, both worked at Santa Anita on Monday.
After a torturous start to his Gulfstream meet, trainer Jaime Mejia finally found the winner's circle when Belle Tapisserie won the fifth race Sunday.
A 7-year-old Thoroughbred with 26 career wins is not all that rare. But when it takes just 41 starts to get those 26 wins, well, that's something else.
Cloud Computing, the 2017 Preakness winner for Klaravich Stables and William H. Lawrence, had his first breeze since returning to training Sunday, going an easy three furlongs in 39 seconds at the Palm Meadows training center.
Group-level stakes have been too difficult in recent starts for Hong Kong veterans Packing Dragon, Sichuan Dar and Winner’s Way. A retreat to a lesser race – Wednesday’s $319,629 Shan Kwong Handicap at Happy Valley Racecourse – could put one back in ...
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