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April 13, 2014
Horses to watch from Monticello Raceway.
Sweet Swap was allowed to set the pace in Sunday’s $101,000 San Simeon Stakes for turf sprinters at Santa Anita, an early advantage that proved to be the difference.
Dance With Fate, winner of the Blue Grass Stakes on Saturday at Keeneland, will return to California on Monday, and a decision as to whether he runs in the Kentucky Derby will be made by his owners, trainer Peter Eurton said Sunday at Santa Anita.
Getting Big Macher to the Breeders’ Cup Sprint at Santa Anita in November as inexpensively as possible has become a goal for owners Brendan Bakir and Tom Mansor and trainer Richard Baltas after the gelding’s win in Saturday’s $200,750 Potrero Grande ...
When Stormy Lucy was bought privately by Steve Moger and his brother, trainer Ed Moger Jr., last month, the $150,750 Santa Barbara Handicap at Santa Anita on Sunday was an obvious next goal. The Santa Barbara provided the Mogers with a quick return on ...
In a “do or die” Kentucky Derby qualifying race for seven of the eight starters, the Todd Pletcher-trained Danza skimmed the rail coming out of the final turn to post a 41-1 upset over Ride On Curlin.
Dan the Tin Man dug in late to take the $131,250 Jacques Cartier Stakes over another gelding who saved ground until the stretch, Victory Exchange.
Despite herself - and with a little assistance from jockey Javier Castellano - Ready to Act won the Beaumont Stakes on Sunday at Keeneland.
Game On Dude worked six furlongs in 1:11 at Santa Anita on Sunday, his final major exercise before the $1.5 million Charles Town Classic in West Virginia on Saturday.
Harp Star closed from last in the final half-mile to win Sunday’s $1,820,078 Japanese 1000 Guineas for 3-year-old fillies at Hanshin Racecourse.