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November 03, 2017
Into The Mystic enhanced her value significantly by notching her first stakes win Friday in the $101,400 River Memories at Woodbine.
It was not until the final quarter-mile of Friday’s $200,345 Golden State Juvenile Fillies at Del Mar that One Fast Broad showed her devastating kick.
Laurel Park will run 22 stakes worth a total of $2.25 million during its winter meet, which begins Jan. 1 and runs through May 6.
Matt Rose's analysis of the Monday 11/6 card at Yonkers Raceway.
Garnet Barnsdale's analysis of the Monday 11/6 card at Woodbine Harness.
Trainer John Servis and owner Rick Porter scored their first graded stakes win together since 2005 on opening day of the Aqueduct meet Friday, when Daisy posted a mild upset in the Grade 3 Tempted.
Americanize won his stakes debut in Friday’s $200,345 Damascus Stakes at Del Mar and is improving so rapidly in the minds of his owner and trainer that he could have his graded stakes debut later this month.
In an exciting turn of events for Ohio breeders, multi-millionaire trotter Creatine will be standing at Sugar Valley Farm in 2018.
The main storyline in the Breeders' Cup Filly and Mare Turf at Del Mar revolves around Lady Eli, and whether she can avenge last year’s heartbreaking loss, and end her career on the racetrack in a fitting triumph.
When Bentley Combs wants to reflect on his first win as a trainer, which came in the third race at Churchill Downs on Thursday with Ostentation, he can look at the winning photo. He just won't see himself in it.