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January 30, 2015
The card Saturday at Santa Anita includes apparent standouts in the first and last legs of the pick five on races 1-5. With a pair of singles, the pick five (50-cent minimum, 14 percent takeout) looks affordable even for small bettors.
The upgrade of Woodbine’s Marine Stakes to Grade 3 status was the only change to Canadian graded stakes races for 2015 made by the Jockey Club of Canada’s graded stakes committee.
A solid third-level optional $62,500 claiming race for 4-year-olds and up tops a nine-race Super Bowl Sunday card at Fair Grounds.
A little more than halfway through this 81-day Fair Grounds meet, Tom Amoss has moved to a 13-win lead over Larry Jones in the trainers’ standings.
Trainer Todd Pletcher said this week he is giving a tepid nod to New England in its epic battle with Seattle in Super Bowl XLIX. His level of interest, however, is minimal in comparison with what transpires a bit earlier with Zloty, one of 11 older ...
The longer the distance, the more class emerges – or so the theory goes. That means Unitarian or Reflecting should win the inaugural Allen Jerkens Stakes (race 9), and we’ll make them the keys in a late pick four (races 8-11).
Work All Week, the champion male sprinter of 2014, resumed training at a farm near Ocala, Fla., this week after some vacation time, according to his trainer, Roger Brueggemann.
Beginning next week there will be a new face to the races at the Meadowlands. The track elected last week to abandon the ABC classified system and will begin a new era with “money” conditions in February.
BreezeFigs Quick-Pix for Saturday, January 31st by Bob Fierro and Jay Kilgore.
January 29, 2015
The 2015 Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co. winter mixed sale closed Thursday with declines from a significantly smaller group of offerings.