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August 16, 2015
Irad Ortiz Jr. rode five winners from nine mounts Sunday at Saratoga, coming within one victory of tying the track record for wins on one card.
Ruby Notion, the 6-5 favorite over seven other 2-year-old fillies, took command from the start and gave nothing a chance on the front end Sunday in the $60,000 Colleen Stakes at Monmouth Park.
The favored Danish Dynaformer blew away the field Sunday in the $500,400 Breeders’ Stakes at Woodbine, giving trainer Roger Attfield a record ninth win in the final leg of the Canadian Triple Crown.
He didn’t have the easiest time getting here nor did he have the smoothest of trips in the race, but Exaggerator still was talented enough to get the job done Sunday in the Grade 2, $200,000 Saratoga Special for 2-year-old males.
The Grade 1 winner Warren’s Veneda will not start Aug. 29 in the $750,000 Personal Ensign Stakes at Saratoga because of the lingering effects of a bruised foot, trainer Craig Lewis said Sunday.
The upset win by Sharla Rae in the Grade 1 Del Mar Oaks on turf Saturday has left trainer Doug O’Neill temporarily without a plan.
Obviously has done more than expected to convince trainer Phil D’Amato a start in the $250,000 Del Mar Mile on turf Aug. 23 is justified. Unraced since finishing fifth behind Karakontie in the Breeders’ Cup Mile at Santa Anita last November, Obviously ...
Interpol ($44.50) made a three-wide bid in the stretch and held off Golden Sabre and Are You Kidding Me in the final sixteenth to capture his first career graded stakes victory Sunday in the Grade 2, $232,400 Sky Classic Stakes at Woodbine.
Goofed’s family has gone in interesting directions in the 50 years since she retired, and it resurfaced again at Saratoga last weekend when fifth- generation descendant Cavorting, by Bernardini, captured the Grade 1 Test.
Ron Gierkink's Horses to Watch at Woodbine the week of Aug. 17.