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July 04, 2014
The well-traveled Side Glance adds an international flavor to the Grade 1, $500,000 United Nations Stakes on Sunday as the holiday weekend concludes at Monmouth Park.
Undefeated and only occasionally tested, Stopshoppingdebbie will put her perfect record on the line Sunday at Emerald Downs in the $50,000 Boeing Handicap, a one-mile test for fillies and mares that attracted only three other entrants.
Close Hatches, the leading female horse in training, has not breezed since her victory over Princess of Sylmar and Beholder in the Grade 1 Ogden Phipps here on Belmont Stakes Day. That has been by design, said trainer Bill Mott.
The 2013 World Champion Running Quarter Horse, Last to Fire suffered his first loss in 12 months in time trials for the Vessels Maturity on June 15. In Sunday’s $163,300 Vessels final, Last to Fire will be favored to win the Grade 1 race for the second ...
They’ve come from far and wide for the Belmont Derby and Belmont Oaks, a pair of seven-figure stakes for 3-year-olds that are the first and third legs of a pick four with a $500,000-guaranteed pool on Saturday’s newly created “Stars and Stripes” ...
Following Koffee Grinder’s impressive win Tuesday in the $50,000 Chris Loseth Handicap, trainer Craig MacPherson immediately started mapping out the best way to have the talented 3-year-old primed to run in the Grade 3, $150,000 British Columbia Derby ...
Jockey Martin Pedroza was eight races into his comeback from a shin injury when he won on Thursday aboard Chattering Class in a maiden claimer at Los Alamitos.
Go for Guinness figures to be a short price and tough to beat when he runs in a first-level allowance Sunday at Hastings.
Trainer Dale Romans said his three stable stars likely will stay put at Churchill Downs pending their respective next races while he takes the rest of his better horses to Saratoga for the summer.
Trainer Jeff Bonde loves winning races in his hometown of Pleasanton, Calif., and he especially likes to win the Everett Nevin, which will be contested on Sunday’s closing day at the Oak Tree at Pleasanton meeting.