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YESTERDAY July 23, 2014
In the end, the allure of a $600,000 purse was too enticing for the connections of Commanding Curve to pass up.
Wednesday’s featured Grade 2 Lake George drew a nice field of 3-year-old turf fillies but ultimately is all about Daring Dancer.
Brewster Smith's analysis of the Thursday 7/24 card at Yonkers Raceway.
Everything went right for Tap for Ami when he won his debut, but that wasn’t the case the second time out. He will try to rebound in his third trip postward in Friday’s fourth race at Woodbine, a first-level allowance sprint worth $58,600.
Charged with making a pick “something” play on a Friday Saratoga card that – while perfectly fine in terms of quality – just doesn’t move me, the pick-three sequence encompassing races 4, 5, and 6 is where I landed.
DRF handicapper Mike Watchmaker takes a close look at Thursday's card at Saratoga.
DRF handicapper Dan Illman looks at Thursday's juvenile race at Saratoga.
With the first three races on the Wednesday card at Del Mar failing to inspire, the inclination is to wait for race four before diving into the betting pool.
A surprise during opening week was how well speed performed in routes on Polytrack. There were five routes, all at one mile. Three were won by the pacesetter, and two other winners were positioned within a half-length at the first pace call. The ...
Brad Free's horses to watch at Del Mar.