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August 23, 2014
The inaugural Saratoga Showcase Day card is filled with competitive races. We’ll take a healthy swing at the late pick four on races 8-11, which offers bettors a lot of ways to go in each leg.
Rusty Slipper pulled a 13-1 upset on Saturday in the Grade 3, $109,000 Violet Stakes for fillies and mares on turf at Monmouth Park.
Winless for six races after taking the $300,000 in Reality Stakes last year at 2, Best Plan Yet returned to peak form Saturday in the $75,000 Forty Niner Stakes at Gulfstream Park, winning by 1 3/4 lengths under a ground-saving trip from Jesus Rios.
Pat Mouton reached a milestone of 1,000 career training wins since 1976 on Saturday, when Hylands Will ($3.40) won the fourth race at Louisiana Downs.
The favored Speed Seeker overcame a troubled journey to capture the $169,000 Ontario Colleen Stakes impressively under Luis Contreras at Woodbine on Saturday.
Artemis Agrotera erased all memories of her disappointing performances in the 2013 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies and earlier this year in the Acorn with a dominating, geared-down, 6 1/2-length victory over My Miss Aurelia in Saturday’s $500,000 ...
With Rajiv Maragh imploring Wicked Strong to get to the wire, V.E. Day had lengthened his stride under Javier Castellano and nailed Wicked Strong on the wire to win the $1.25 million Travers by a nose before a crowd of 46,557 at Saratoga.
Frac Daddy, the winner of two stakes on synthetic tracks at Keeneland and Woodbine earlier this year, was withdrawn from Sunday’s $1 million Pacific Classic on Saturday after getting a leg over the webbing of his stall, track officials and trainer Ken ...
Hobo Ridge had an easy time collecting the biggest paycheck of his 50-race career Saturday at Parx Racing, winning the $75,000 Turning for Home Stakes by 24 lengths.
The Big Beast unleashed his rally inside the final furlong and was able to wear down Fast Anna to win the $500,000 King’s Bishop by a neck.