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May 23, 2015
Joe Bravo became the 31st rider in history to win 5,000 races in North America when he won the sixth race at Monmouth Park on Saturday aboard Boss Man for trainer Jason Servis.
Z Rockstar will attempt to improve his Will Rogers Downs record to 4 for 4 on Tuesday in the $55,000 Cherokee Nation Classic Cup.
Ordak Dan, who won the Group 1 Gran Premio 25 de Mayo in Argentina in 2013 but missed 18 months because of injury before returning to action in late 2014, is part of a field of 15 in Monday’s Gran Premio 25 de Mayo at San Isidro, Argentina.
Several members of trainer Chad Brown’s turf brigade were out for morning workouts Saturday at Belmont Park, led by the Grade 1-winning duo of Stephanie’s Kitten and Ball Dancing, who are targeting graded events during Belmont Stakes week.
Gleneagles won his second Guineas of the spring, overcoming traffic trouble to win the Irish 2000 Guineas by three-quarters of a length Saturday at The Curragh.
Morning Calm is the only member of the field with experience around three turns, and as a result, he should prove the one to beat in Monday’s $60,000 Raymond Earl overnight handicap at Gulfstream Park.
Monday, Wincoma will likely be favored to win his first stakes when he takes on eight 3-year-old New York-breds in the $125,000 Mike Lee Stakes at seven furlongs.
Who do you like among King Kreesa, Lubash, and Kharafa? The one-mile Kingston Stakes on Monday at Belmont Park will bring that trio of popular New York-breds back yet one more time, with little to distinguish one from the other two once again.
The groundwork is in place for an interesting spring and summer for Blingismything, who will have her Grade 1 debut in Monday’s $300,000 Gamely Stakes at Santa Anita.
Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner American Pharoah galloped a little more than 1 1/8 miles at Churchill Downs on a nice, cool Saturday.