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July 18, 2015
Matt Rose's analysis of the Monday 7/20 card at Yonkers Raceway.
Garnet Barnsdale's analysis of the Monday 7/20 card at Mohawk Racetrack.
First-time starter Manipulated made a four-wide move turning for home under Luis Saez and he rallied past the pacesetting Sr. Shane and easily outfinished the debut winner Lucky Lurie to win the Rockville Centre for New York-bred juveniles by four ...
Jac’s Fact justified his status as the 3-5 favorite by rolling to an easy victory in Saturday’s $75,000 George Lewis Memorial for Ohio-accredited horses at ThistleDown.
A surprise July rainstorm Saturday at Del Mar creates uncertainty into the Sunday card. Will races scheduled for turf stay on turf? Will the main track be fast? Who knows?
Kristin Mulhall was standing in the breezeway of her stable at about 6:30 a.m. on Saturday when a bolt of lightning from a brief storm struck a palm tree about 50 yards from her barn.
A change of rider, a change of tactics, and a change in the weights all may have helped Saratoga Snacks to exact some revenge on Empire Dreams in Saturday’s $100,000 Saginaw Stakes at Belmont Park.
Three potential starters for the Grade 2 Jim Dandy Stakes on Aug. 1 worked on Saturday, including reigning Breeders’ Cup Juvenile champion Texas Red, who was the last horse to breeze over a slower-than-usual main track at Saratoga.
Xoxo, Baruta, and Zipessa are bound for stakes later this summer after impressive wins in optional-claiming and allowance races Friday at Del Mar.
Covert Love won the biggest race of her career and gave trainer Hugo Palmer the biggest win of his when capturing the Group 1 Irish Oaks by 1 3/4 lengths over Jack Naylor on Saturday at The Curragh.