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November 24, 2017
TimeformUS handicapper David Aragona highlights some contenders on Saturday's card at Aqueduct.
I Still Miss You bounced back from two hugely disappointing efforts in a big way Friday at Aqueduct, putting away pace-prompter Stone Cold Flirt in upper stretch and holding favored Pure Silver at bay to win the $100,000 Key Cents Stakes.
Trainer Al Stall had five winners and two seconds from his first nine runners over two racing days, and he has the morning-line 6-5 favorite, Forevamo, in the featured fifth race Sunday.
Yockey's Warrior won the 2016 Thanksgiving Handicap by more than two lengths and earned a career-best 103 Beyer Speed Figure. Thursday, Yockey's Warrior won the 2017 Thanksgiving Handicap by five lengths, running six furlongs in 1:09.60 and earning a ...
Gun Runner, the 2017 Breeders' Cup Classic winner, has taken up residence again in trainer Steve Asmussen's barn at Fair Grounds, the same place he began a 2017 campaign that's likely to earn him the Horse of the Year award.
The Gotham Stakes for 3-year-olds will revert to a one-turn mile next year and is one of 18 Aqueduct stakes that had its distance adjusted for 2018.
If Cambodia comes through in the Grade 1 Matriarch Sunday at Del Mar, don't look for her owner/breeder Don Robinson to take the fast money anytime soon.
On Friday, Seymourdini worked six furlongs in 1:14.44 over the Belmont Park training track in preparation for the $750,000 Cigar Mile next Saturday.
Avery Island, convincing winner of the Grade 2 Nashua, worked four furlongs in 47.50 seconds Friday morning over Belmont Park's training track in preparation for next Saturday's Grade 2 Remsen Stakes at Aqueduct.
Stallwalkin' Dude, winner of Thursday's Grade 3 Fall Highweight Handicap, likely will be aimed for a title defense in the $100,000 Gravesend Stakes on Dec. 23 at Aqueduct.