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January 27, 2016
While owner Sheila Rosenblum and trainer Linda Rice decide whether to race their champion female sprinter La Verdad again, their other stakes-winning New York-bred filly sprinter Hot City Girl returned to the work tab Wednesday morning.
The lesson I have learned over the last decade about picking the Kentucky Derby winner is that opinions best be fluid.
Two weeks ago, the Grade 1 winner Effinex was being strongly considered for the $10 million Dubai World Cup at Meydan on March 26. He may alter course and make his seasonal debut in the $1 million Santa Anita Handicap on March 12 instead.
More so than most trainers with a 3-year-old at this time of year, Jason Servis has reason to be thinking about the Kentucky Derby. But Servis has different goals when considering where and when to run his New Jersey-bred gelding Sunny Ridge.
Awesome Return has won four times in his 16-race career, including consecutive wins in stakes for California-breds in the spring of his 3-year-old season in 2014. The 2015 season was not as kind. Awesome Return was winless in six starts, leading ...
Candip wore down odds-on Trouble Kid to post an 11-1 upset in the Wednesday feature at Gulfstream Park, a $48,000, third-level allowance at six furlongs.
Four jockeys, including leading rider Santiago Gonzalez, were given three-day suspensions for riding infractions at Santa Anita last week.
Dortmund, the top handicap horse stabled in California, worked seven furlongs Wednesday at Santa Anita in preparation for his anticipated role as favorite in the Grade 2 San Antonio Stakes here on Feb. 6.
Our Caravan, who has made 14 starts, has never been favored. That will likely change Friday when the 5-year-old gelding meets four rivals in a $75,000 stakes-caliber allowance at 1 1/16 miles, which serves as the feature on Aqueduct's nine-race program.
Ravenheart, winner of the Maryland Juvenile Futurity at Laurel Park for owner Bode Miller's DB Dojo LLC and trainer Tres Abbott, has been sent to Florida for a freshening and will be pointed to a spring and summer campaign, according to Abbott.