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May 10, 2015
My Sweet Addiction redeemed a year of struggles with her upset win in Saturday’s $294,000 Vanity Stakes, a win that has left trainer Marty Jones pondering how to plan a summer campaign. Jones said on Sunday that My Sweet Addiction may not start again ...
Jockey Deshawn Parker managed to avoid serious injury during a scary-looking spill during the stretch run of Saturday’s $75,000 Tall Stacks Stakes at Belterra Park.
ST. JOE BAY (#3, ML 8-1) cuts back to one turn after regressing for first time in career last out while on Triple Crown trail; improved effort expected.
Tale of Verve and Bodhisattva, the two horses who could be the longest prices in what is shaping up as a small field for the 140th Preakness Stakes on Saturday at Pimlico, both had their final workouts Sunday.
Palace (#3, ML 3-1) takes on a talented field in Sunday’s eighth race at Belmont Park, the six-furlong Diablo Stakes. Since Jan. 1, 2014, trainer Linda Rice is winning at a 30 percent clip in stakes races, for a return on investment of $2.07.
While there are some good races on the main track, notably Palace against Palace Malice in the Diablo Stakes, the grass races on Sunday’s card at Belmont are what I’m most interested in for wagering purposes.
They ran four graded stakes races Saturday at Belmont Park, and yet the first topic brought up by the few folks I spent the day there with was American Pharoah and whether he could do it again in the Preakness and come to the Belmont Stakes with a shot ...
Swept Up (#3, ML 9-2) returns in Sunday's third race at Churchill Downs, a six-furlong allowance. It will be her first start since a fourth-place finish by a half length in an optional claimer March 22 at Oaklawn Park. The third- and fifth-place ...
Cainam came from far behind, circled his eight Iowa-bred rivals, and closed ground with his usual ferocity to win Saturday night's $79,000 John Wayne Stakes by a neck.
Pyro upset Quarter Horse world champion Jrc Callas First in Saturday night’s Grade 2, $50,000 Sam Houston Classic, winning by 1 3/4 lengths in the race in which Jrc Callas First finished third.