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TODAY August 30, 2014
Golden Gate Fields holds its lone stakes race of the brief summer meet Monday, the $50,000-added Rolling Green at 1 1/16 miles on turf.
The local Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society’s annual yearling and mixed sale is just around the corner Sept. 9. Serving as an advertisement for the sale are four $50,000 stakes races at Hastings on Monday that are restricted to Canadian-breds who ...
Tempting Destiny and jockey G.R. Carter Jr. started the Ruidoso Downs meet on a historic note in May and will attempt to close it out the same way Monday, when the pair teams up again in the Grade 1, $2.6 million All American Futurity for Quarter Horses.
Senor Rojo will try to win the $75,000 Speed to Spare Stakes for the third time when he runs in the 1 3/8-mile race for 3-year-olds and up at Northlands Park on Monday.
The presence of Private Zone in the Grade 3 Turf Monster on Monday adds juice to a race that was already filled to the brim.
After two route tries, On Rainbow Bridge will cut back to a sprint distance and face open company in Monday’s $100,000 Etobicoke Stakes over six furlongs for 3-year-old fillies at Woodbine.
Satin Gold gave Dewey Smith his first stakes win as a trainer Friday night, when she rallied for a one-length win over Lady Haddassah in the $50,000 Ricks Memorial at Remington Park in Oklahoma City. It was another neck back to Sandsarita in third.
I’ll focus on the final Saturday late pick four of the 2014 Del Mar summer meet. The sequence consists of races 8-11.
YESTERDAY August 29, 2014
Sebastian K breezed to the easiest kind of victory capturing the $236,000 Crawford Farms Open Trot in a sensible 1:53 mile at Vernon Downs on Friday night. One race earlier, Father Patrick got back in the win column with a 1:52 2/5 score.
On Friday at Del Mar, Red Outlaw added a two-turn race to his impressive and growing resume, leading start to finish in the $100,500 El Cajon Stakes for 3-year-olds to run his perfect record to five wins.