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April 25, 2015
Joy Boy won the $75,000 Bosselman/Gus Fonner Stakes in his third start in the race on Saturday, when he turned back a bid from Diamond Joe for a two-length win at Fonner Park.
DRF handicapper Mike Watchmaker provides his best plays for Sunday's program at Aqueduct.
Jockey Dennis Carr, who sustained a head injury in a starting gate incident on April 19 at Golden Gate Fields, was released from Highland Hospital on Friday evening and plans to return to his home in the Saratoga Springs area of upstate New York next week.
Si Sage raced with blinkers for the first time in Saturday’s $100,750 Last Tycoon Stakes at Santa Anita. The added equipment led to the first stakes win for Si Sage and the first stakes win for veteran trainer Darrell Vienna since August 2009.
G.G. Ryder got a perfect trip and recorded his first graded stakes victory in Saturday’s Grade 3, $100,315 San Francisco Mile at Golden Gate Fields.
Rerun, the second longest price on the board at 21-1, rallied down the center of the course under a perfectly judged ride by Jose Caraballo to upset the 2-1 favorite Grand Tito in Saturday’s $100,000 Miami Mile at Gulfstream Park.
Del Mar completed installation of its dirt track earlier this week, a month before the course will be used for the first time.
Effinex launched a powerful rally on Saturday at Aqueduct to win the $200,000 Excelsior Stakes by three-quarters of a length over pacesetting Red Rifle.
Download DRF Plus handicapping reports for Sunday’s races, including DRF Bets GamePlan, the Positive ROI Report, and Key Race Report.
Some of harness racing’s biggest stars, including five Dan Patch Award winners, were in qualifier action Saturday at the Meadowlands Racetrack, where they were greeted by an unseasonably cold morning and stiff headwind in the stretch.