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July 17, 2014
Iron Fist, purchased for $1.55 million at the Keeneland September yearling sale last year, will have his career debut in Saturday’s first race for 2-year-old maidens over five furongs.
After starts in graded stakes at Santa Anita in April and May, Premier Steps may find the $90,000 Osunitas Stakes at Del Mar on Saturday to be just what she needs to win her first stakes of 2014.
Saturday’s $150,000 Sanford Stakes at Saratoga will not likely send anyone rushing to make future bets on next year’s Kentucky Derby but should – at least for the time being – determine who is the fastest 2-year-old in the area.
As a racehorse for trainer Jim Cassidy, Tom’s Tribute has developed a reputation as a stalwart supporting player in a very deep West Coast division of middle-distance turf horses. He has faced the likes of Obviously, Winning Prize, Suggestive Boy, ...
The highest-level races at Parx on Saturday are a pair of allowances that will be linked by a daily double. The seventh race is a second-level allowance for Pennsylvania-bred fillies and mares at 5 1/2 furlongs. The eighth is a first-level statebred ...
DRF Plus daily Gameplan for Saratoga on Friday, July 18.
Prairie Meadows stages a pair of 5 1/2-furlong stakes for 2-year-olds Saturday evening: the $75,000 Prairie Gold Juvenile and the $75,000 Prairie Gold Lassie. Both are filled with mostly unexposed shippers and local maiden winners.
For Saturday’s $200,000 San Clemente Stakes at Del Mar, My Conquestadory drew the outside post in a field of 12 3-year-old fillies. She will need a career-best performance to win the Grade 2 San Clemente Stakes for 3-year-old fillies over a mile on turf.
Saintly Joan gets her first crack at the local grass course on Saturday in the $60,000 Desert Vixen Stakes for 3-year-old fillies at 1 1/16 miles at Monmouth Park.
The California Horse Racing Board will not seek out individuals who are pooling their funds to make bets on state races despite its recent ruling that such common practices are illegal, an official of the board said this week in response to questions ...