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July 04, 2014
Kaigun has taken his game to a new level in his last three starts. It's possible he will finally be rewarded in Sunday's Grade 1 United Nations at Monmouth Park.
Jose Ortiz and Sayaad both returned off layoffs - the jockey’s quite a bit shorter than the horse’s - in fine fettle Friday at Belmont Park as Ortiz guided Sayaad to a front-running, 2 1/4-length victory in the $100,000 Forbidden Apple Stakes.
Chuckie Lopez made a triumphant return to Monmouth Park on Friday, winning two races, including the $74,500 Elkwood Stakes in the slop aboard Slim Shadey.
Heavy favorite Sky and Sealed rolled home by 11 1/2 lengths and Speed Is Life pulled a mild upset in the co-featured stakes for 3-year-old Minnesota-breds on Friday’s holiday card at Canterbury Park.
DRF Plus Daily Game Plan for Los Alamitos on Saturday, July 5.
Dancing Lounge, who came from near the back of the pack to prevail by the narrowest of margins in the first two legs of the Let’s Go Racing starter handicap series on turf, will try for a clean sweep in the $50,000 final that serves as Monday’s feature ...
DRF Plus graded stakes analysis for Delaware Park on Saturday, July 5.
John Durso Jr., whose professional experience mostly is in the political and public policy arena, has been hired as the director of communications for the New York Racing Association, it was announced Friday afternoon.
Wagering on U.S. races during the month of June was down slightly while race days fell nearly 8 percent compared with the same month last year, according to figures released by Equibase on Friday.
The featured Achievement Stakes lured just five horses, making the eighth race, the Charlie Barley Stakes, a much more appealing betting proposition. The $100,000 Charlie Barley is scheduled for a mile on the turf, on which lane 1 will be used.