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July 26, 2014
A little more than two weeks ago, Lavallee Twist earned her fourth win in her last 11 starts over the past three seasons at Presque Isle Downs. That makes her an extremely logical win candidate when she comes back to face similar second-level $40,000 ...
Flashy American, second best to the heavily favored Authenticity a year ago, takes another crack at the Grade 3, $200,000 Shuvee Handicap as the top-weighted entrant at 118 pounds.
Shippers have gone on a tear here in recent stakes. The Grade 3 Royal North, a six-furlong turf sprint, contains a trio of American invaders: Ageless, Liz Pendens, and Richies Party Girl.
Matt Rose's analysis of the Monday 7/28 card at Yonkers Raceway.
Jeremey Day's analysis of the Monday 7/28 card at Northfield Park.
Greg Gangle's analysis of the Monday 7/28 card at Mohawk Racetrack.
Burn the Mortgage posted a convincing victory for owner-trainer Mike Maker when he got a perfect trip under Edgard Zayas in the $75,000 Eight Miles East Stakes, the Saturday feature at Gulfstream Park.
Sweet Luca won just once during his six-start 2013 campaign, in the Addison Cammack Handicap at Arlington. He began his 2014 season with two losses. Then came the Cammack again Saturday at Arlington, and there came Sweet Luca.
Geeky Gorgeous, the 1-2 favorite, rolled to a formful win, beating 7-5 second choice Salamera by 4 1/2 lengths in the Regret Stakes at Monmouth Park.
Trainer Larry Jones said “he still needed to learn some things” about Coup de Grace following his victory in an overnight stakes at Delaware earlier this month. And Jones said those lessons went a long way toward making Coup de Grace a Grade 2 stakes ...