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November 06, 2017
The overachieving Divine Miss Grey is eligible to take another step forward in a second-level allowance on Thursday at Aqueduct.
Wednesday's eighth race at Churchill Downs, a $72,000, fourth-level allowance at mile, has a distinctive Kentucky Derby flavor. Two of the six entrants, Mo Tom and Far Right, were Derby runners, with the former finishing eighth in 2016 and the latter ...
Woodbine, Malcolm Pierce, Sam-Son Farm, Ontario-bred, Pin Oak Stable,
Trainer Tony Gattellaro plans to nominate Princess Elizabeth Stakes winner Clickity Clack to a pair of late-season stakes and let the Ontario-bred filly dictate the timing of her next start.
On paper, there aren't many similarities between the young Rushing Fall, who won the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf going a route on the lawn, and Roy H, an older gelding who won the Breeders' Cup Sprint on dirt.
Breeders' Cup winners comprise an exclusive club. Even more exclusive is the club broodmares Leslie's Lady and Win Approval joined during the most recent renewal of the event.
A two-day pick six carryover of $43,069 will be up for grabs on races 4-9 on Wednesday at Aqueduct. Four of the six races are carded for turf, which may be less then firm after damp weather Sunday and Monday and cool fall weather since.
Bookies Luck will be pointed to a third consecutive stakes win against California-breds in the $100,000 King Glorious Stakes on Dec. 16 at Los Alamitos, trainer Jeff Bonde said Sunday.
One Fast Broad will not race until early 2018 after winning the first stakes of her career in the $200,345 Golden State Juvenile Fillies last Friday at Del Mar.
November will be a rebuilding month for prominent California trainer John Sadler.