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December 04, 2017
Santino Di Paola, a 23-year-old trainer, recorded his first career win Nov. 26 when D's Double Eagle rallied from off the pace under jockey Emma-Jayne Wilson to win by a head in an $8,000 maiden claimer over seven furlongs on Woodbine's Tapeta.
Trainer Robert Tiller said Pink Lloyd will not race again this season and will spend the winter at Buttigieg Training Centre in Egbert, Ontario.
With Sunday as the meet's closing day, Jonathan Zammit, Woodbine's vice president of Thoroughbred racing, revealed some details for the 2018 season in a memo to horsemen.
The forecast calls for approximately three-quarters of an inch of rain Tuesday, followed by colder temperatures later in the week that may just render the turf courses unusable until next spring.
Trip Notes by Michael Hammersly for stakes races run on December 2-3, including the Cigar Mile, Remsen, Bayakoa, and more.
Although it is easy to demonstrate statistically that the schism between dirt and turf horses is somewhat overrated, it has seldom been more readily illustrated than by the results of Aqueduct’s two Grade 2 dirt features for juveniles last Saturday.
Andrew Hawkins' Hong Kong selections and analysis for Wednesday, December 6, 2017 - Happy Valley
Horses to watch from Monticello Raceway.
December 03, 2017
Majestic Heat won the first graded stakes of her career in the Grade 2 Bayakoa Stakes for fillies and mares at 1 1/16 miles Sunday at Los Alamitos.
Apollitical Brooke fought for a head win over Believe Me Irene in the Grade 1, $200,000 Southwest Juvenile Championship for Quarter Horses on Sunday at Zia Park. It was another length back to Swankee in third.