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July 26, 2014
DRF handicapper Matt Bernier looks at the races for juveniles Sunday at Del Mar.
Miss d’Oro, a Grade 2-placed mare facing Pennsylvania-breds for the first time in two years, justified her status as the odds-on favorite by holding off 9-1 outsider Rockinonthewater to win Saturday’s $75,000 Power by Far Handicap for female turf ...
Make the Sun Shine cost owner John Oxley a pretty penny in March, as she sold for $700,000. She went off as the betting favorite in her debut at Churchill Downs on June 15, and she ran very respectably. After displaying good early speed, she changed ...
Mr Speaker took another step toward a possible start in the $1.25 million Travers Stakes here next month by working four furlongs in 48.88 seconds Saturday over Saratoga’s main track.
Delaware Park has lowered the purses for its higher-level overnight races to preserve its purse account.
Palace, the former claimer turned multiple graded stakes winner, will set his sights on his first Grade 1 race in next Saturday’s $350,000 Alfred G. Vanderbilt Handicap at Saratoga.
He came into the meet with a lot of fanfare, and Competitive Edge didn’t disappoint. In an eye-catching career debut, the 2-year-old colt galloped to a 10 1/4-length victory Saturday at Saratoga, finishing in 1:09.89, the fastest six-furlong time of ...
Tea Time, a winner of two listed stakes in the Mid-Atlantic region in the last two months, sizzled a half-mile in 46.67 seconds over Saratoga’s main track Saturday in preparation for next Saturday’s Grade 1 Test Stakes for 3-year-old fillies.
In preparation for next Saturday’s Grade 1 Whitney at Saratoga, Moreno worked five furlongs in 58.91 seconds, the fastest of 49 works at the distance.
Social Inclusion will not run on Lasix in the $1 million Haskell Invitational on Sunday at Monmouth Park.