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July 20, 2014
Spring to the Sky sprung right to the lead and never looked back en route to a popular 1 3/4-length victory over Great Attack in Sunday’s $100,000 Lucky Coin Stakes at Saratoga.
DRF Plus daily Gameplan for Saratoga on Monday, July 21.
Trainer Michael Matz said he would consider the Grade 1, $750,000 Beverly D. at Arlington Park on Aug. 16 for Diana winner Somali Lemonade, but was a little concerned about running her back in four weeks.
Samraat, the multiple stakes-winning New York-bred 3-year-old, will miss the remainder of the year after being diagnosed with a stress fracture to his right shin, trainer Rick Violette said Sunday.
Big Trouble and Mr. Z, separated by a neck when finishing first and second in Saturday’s Grade 3 Sanford Stakes, could have a rematch in the Grade 1, $350,000 Hopeful Stakes here on Sept. 1, closing day of the Saratoga meet.
This year’s edition of the Coaching Club American Oaks has attracted one of the weakest fields in the history of the race and is a Grade 1 event in name only.
DRF handicapper Dan Illman takes a closer look at juveniles running at Saratoga.
How will I play today’s card at Saratoga? Very carefully.
Wildcat Red turned in his final workout for the Grade 1 Haskell Invitational on Sunday at Monmouth Park, galloping seven furlongs, working a half-mile, and galloping out an additional eighth of a mile.
Ultimate Empire finished first in both of his starts at Saratoga last year, and he is the horse-for-course angle play in race 8.