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May 23, 2015
In The Arsenal and Sonofa Sizzle scored in their eliminations for the Art Rooney Pace on Saturday night at Yonkers Raceway.
In his 29th career start, Motown Men was forced into something new in Saturday’s $151,250 Tiznow Stakes for California-breds at Santa Anita. The 6-year-old Motown Men closed from well off the pace to win his first stakes.
African Rose returned to her best distance Saturday and rolled to a 3 3/4- length win in the $55,000 Albuquerque Distaff in New Mexico.
Z Smoking Gun became a stakes winner on Saturday when he won the $40,000 Inaugural at Arapahoe Park.
Neveradoubt gave jockey Flavien Prat his richest win in the United States with a shocking victory in Saturday‘s $200,750 Snow Chief Stakes for 3-year-old California-breds on turf at Santa Anita.
The winning margin in Saturday’s $196,000 Melair Stakes was 7 1/4 lengths, the gap between the winner Sheer Pleasure and the runner-up Thermodynamics. The impression the winner gave was even greater.
Taking a huge drop in class after setting the pace in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, Blue Dancer completely dominated his rivals in the $50,000 Western Canada Handicap at Northlands Park on Saturday.
Red Vine made the first 13 starts of his career on turf. He has made his last three on dirt and won them all – nicely.
Saturday, Go West Marie won her fourth stakes since late July, and first at a mile on turf, in the $125,750 Fran’s Valentine Stakes for California-bred fillies and mares at Santa Anita.
After watching A Lot gallop to a 5 3/4-length victory in Saturday’s $100,000 Paradise Creek Stakes at Belmont Park, Bill Mott, the trainer of A Lot, had a flashback.