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September 07, 2014
Silver Tongued, under jockey Albin Jimenez, outlasted a field of older Ohio-bred horses and won the $50,000 Governor's Buckeye at ThistleDown on Sunday afternoon.
A couple of seasoned veterans got the money in the co-featured $100,000 stakes Sunday at Belmont Park, as Toasting came from last to win the Sky Beauty and Za Approval went wire to wire in the Real Courage.
Zia Park, which was forced to cancel after the second race on Saturday, announced it has moved the distances for nearly all of its Sunday races to either 5 1/2 furlongs for Thoroughbreds or 400 yards for Quarter Horses because the racing surface was ...
Vicar’s in Trouble shipped out of Louisiana Downs on Sunday morning, to return to Kentucky to prepare for his next start, which trainer Mike Maker said is scheduled to be the Grade 2, $500,000 Indiana Derby at Indiana Grand on Oct. 4.
A repeat of his last effort should be good enough for Pontus to clear his second allowance condition in Tuesday’s $46,000 feature at Parx Racing.
Ivanhowe comfortably won the Group 1 Grosser Preis Von Baden on Sunday at Iffezheim Racecourse in Baden-Baden, Germany.
My Afleet, the winner of Saturday’s Dueling Grounds Derby at Kentucky Downs, will likely test older stakes horses in his next race, trainer James “Chuck” Lawrence said.
Steve Asmussen has been known to have eventful Saturdays, and the first Saturday of the 12-day September meet at Churchill Downs certainly was one of those.
Although there are only four dirt races Sunday at Belmont, I’m paying especially close attention to the first race to see whether the off-the-pace trend that was apparent Friday and Saturday remains in place.
More standard racing fare is the order of the day Sunday at Churchill following a Saturday card on which four stakes were contested. The deepest races Sunday, both of which drew overflow fields, are the seventh and ninth.