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May 21, 2015
Prospector’s Blues will be out for his third career stakes win on Saturday, when he turns back to a sprint distance for the $40,000 Inaugural at Arapahoe Park.
Twilight Eclipse, who won the Grade 1 Man o’ War in his last start, will try for his second Grade 1 in the $1 million Manhattan on June 6, trainer Tom Albertrani confirmed Thursday.
Trainer Cal Lynch is seriously considering running his stakes-winning 3-year-old filly Danzatrice in the Grade 1 Acorn Stakes on the Belmont Stakes undercard on June 6.
Wicked Strong, looking to regain his Grade 1 form from a year ago, worked a sharp five furlongs Thursday morning over the Belmont Park main track in preparation for a start in the Grade 1, $1.25 million Metropolitan Handicap here on June 6.
It’s a familiar jingle in Southern California – “It pays to own a Cal-bred.” On Saturday at Santa Anita, the question is: Does it pay to wager on one?
Motown Men may turn out to be the claim of the year in Southern California.
Ahmed Zayat, the man behind American Pharoah, likes to say his homebred colt by a homebred stallion is a family production, “A to Z.” No argument here. But while we’re on the subject, the Triple Crown challenge faced by American Pharoah in the 147th ...
African Rose will be returning to a mile Saturday for the $55,000 Albuquerque Distaff Handicap.
Big John B, the winner of the Grade 2 Del Mar Handicap last August but last of eight in the Grade 3 Last Tycoon Stakes on April 25, will skip Sunday’s $200,000 Charles Whittingham Stakes at Santa Anita.
Beholder, the two-time champion who missed a scheduled start in the $300,000 Vanity Stakes on May 9 because of illness, worked five furlongs in 1:01 on Thursday.