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YESTERDAY May 28, 2016
Enola Gray won sprinting first time out against maidens, and on Saturday at Santa Anita went two turns against stakes runners. Two starts, two easy wins, but trainer Phil D’Amato is in no hurry to throw her in against the best 3-year-old fillies ...
Flipcup won the Grade 3, $100,000 Arlington Matron by a neck over favored No Fault of Mine on Saturday at Arlington.
Shortening up in distance and allowed to run freely on the lead, Too Discreet rebounded from his first career loss with a dominating 2 1/2-length victory in Saturday’s $100,000 Paradise Creek Stakes at Belmont Park.
Ambitious Brew returned from a seven-month layoff to score a front-running victory on Saturday at Santa Anita in the $100,000 Lennyfromalibu Stakes, a win trainer Marty Jones hopes is a preview of coming attractions.
Are You Kidding Me got away with dawdling fractions before drawing away late to take the Grade 2 Eclipse Stakes for the second year in a row at Woodbine on Saturday.
When they met in an allowance race four days before the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs, Diva Express held off I’m a Looker by a diminishing head. This time, however, not even the photo-finish camera could split the 4-year-old fillies when a ...
Trainer Jorge Navarro and owner David Gruskos thought Chublicious might be a work or two away from his best coming into the John J. Reilly Handicap at Monmouth Park on Saturday, but it turned out Chublicious was plenty fit for the $60,000 race.
In what can only be described as a stunning result, the 50-1 Applicator, a 3-year-old still eligible for his entry- level allowance condition, led from start to finish to upset older, proven three-turn horses in Saturday’s 1 1/2-mile , $75,000 Gleaming ...
Two-time Belmont Stakes winner Mike Smith has picked up the mount on Suddenbreakingnews for the Belmont Stakes on June 11, trainer Donnie Von Hemel said Saturday morning.
Last May, trainer Linda Rice convinced her owners to pay $840,000 for a New York-bred colt by Pioneerof the Nile at the Mid-Atlantic sale of 2-year-olds in training at Timonium, Md. A year later, Rice convinced her owners to make a drastic move in ...