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November 09, 2014
More Complexity, facing elders in a stakes race for the first time, rallied to win the $100,750 Betty Grable Stakes for California-bred female sprinters at Del Mar.
Cool Cowboy has not run often this year but he has tried hard when he has had the chance. On Tuesday evening at Mountaineer Racetrack, Cool Cowboy will be favored in the $85,000 Sophomore Sprint Championship.
Lukes Alley ($4.40) turned on the jets in the stretch to nail the sharp New York shipper War Correspondent on the wire Sunday in the Grade 2, $224,800 Autumn Stakes at Woodbine.
Bettors looking to play Monday’s pick five will have to get through four consecutive maiden races in order to get to the cash-out leg, a $50,000 starter allowance scheduled for 1 1/8 miles on the inner turf.
The late pick four sequence at Aqueduct today is playable, with a couple of price horses I could use as “A’s.” Let’s go after it.
I must admit that I'm not that enamored with Sunday's card. My goal is to get alive to #9 NORTH STAR BOY in today's seventh race. A 5-year-old gelding, North Star Boy recently gave a solid account of himself when in over his head against Wise Dan and ...
Prompted by an unusual circumstance, Proud Azteca has been disqualified from a recent victory at Churchill Downs because the colt was ineligible for the race.
After beginning the Sunday card with a few short fields, the races at Churchill are refreshingly large over the final two thirds of the day – the benefit of fewer tracks racing in November compared to other times of the year.
Touchdown Arkansas won his maiden Saturday night in the $50,000 Razorback Futurity at Remington Park, where the 29-1 longshot held off the 1-5 favorite Indygo Bo by 1 1/4 lengths. It was another five lengths back in third to All Aboard.
Heavy favorites swept both divisions of the 46th Tri-State Futurity at Charles Town on Saturday night.