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May 24, 2015
Mikki Queen, who was excluded from the $1,553,842 Japanese 1000 Guineas at Hanshin Racecourse on April 12 because of a lack of earnings, won the $1,667,457 Japanese Oaks at Tokyo Racecourse on Sunday for her second consecutive win.
Ol’ Fashion Gal ($14.20) held off the charging favorite Don’t Leave Me to notch her first stakes Sunday at Woodbine in the Grade 3, $154,800 Selene.
Ashleyluvssugar has had a career-defining spring.
The winners of the five six-figure stakes for California-breds Saturday at Santa Anita may reappear in stakes ranging from the $500,000 Gold Cup at Santa Anita on June 27 to lesser stakes at Santa Anita next month and at Los Alamitos and Del Mar later ...
DRF handicapper Brad Free provides his best plays on Monday's Memorial Day program at Santa Anita.
Mubtaahij, the UAE Derby winner, worked five furlongs on grass here at Belmont Park on Sunday, a half-mile over the main track on Wednesday, and another five furlongs on dirt this morning after open galloping more than a mile Saturday.
Lady Eli, winner of last year’s Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf, breezed five furlongs in 1:01.16 in company with Testa Rossi. Though both fillies were given the same time, Lady Eli did it much more comfortably and in hand than her stablemate. Lady ...
Al Kazeem won the Group 1 Tattersalls Gold Cup on Sunday at The Curragh in Ireland, his second victory in the race, and his first Group 1 tally since being returned to training after a brief and unsuccessful career as a stallion during the winter of ...
For the third time in eight days, Belmont Stakes candidate Mubtaahij put in a timed workout, this time going five furlongs in 1:01.83, according to Daily Racing Form, in company with stablemate Umgiyo over the Belmont main track.
Racing under entirely different conditions, the emergent 5-year-old gelding Solow did the same thing Sunday at Longchamp he had in March at Meydan, galloping to an impressive Group 1 victory.