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September 18, 2017
Jeremey Day's analysis of the Wednesday 9/20 card at Northfield Park.
Trainer Robertino Diodoro on Sunday began serving a 15-day suspension for three medication positives incurred at Turf Paradise during the winter.
With 10 victories apiece, there is no doubt that well-seasoned veterans Warren's Joe T. and Jaiden's Best know how to find the winner's circle. The question facing handicappers Thursday at Gulfstream Park is whether either is sitting on win number 11 ...
While trainer Chad Brown intends to train Practical Joke and Lady Eli up to their respective Breeders' Cup races, he does plan on running multiple Grade 1 winner Paulassilverlining one more time before the Filly and Mare Sprint on Nov. 4 at Del Mar.
Following a satisfactory workout on Sunday at Belmont, Toner said Time and Motion would run in Saturday's Grade 3, $200,000 Noble Damsel Stakes.
Sharp Azteca was assigned highweight of 124 pounds and will be giving significant weight to what will likely be five or six rivals in Saturday's Grade 2 Kelso Handicap.
In the first four days of July at Santa Anita, Enola Gray and Pee Wee Reese won stakes and S Y Sky won an optional claimer for owner and breeder Nick Alexander and trainer Phil D'Amato. By the end of the month, all three were out of training.
For the third time in his career, trainer Jeff Bonde has won four stakes in a month, thanks to his success in recent weeks at Del Mar and Los Alamitos.
Trainer Milt Wolfson, confined to a wheelchair since January, was able to join the winner's circle festivities after Extravagant Kid's Tamiami Handicap win.
Jeremiah Englehart will go deeper down his New York-bred filly bench when he sends out Girl's Dance Party in the $150,000 Joseph A. Gimma Stakes.