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November 22, 2014
Strike Charmer, with Chris Landeros up, got a textbook stalking trip before posting a two-length victory Saturday in the $119,700 Cardinal, returning $26.60 as fifth choice in a field of 14 fillies and mares.
Mississippi Delta proved a punctual choice in her stakes debut in Saturday’s $128,750 Glorious Song for 2-year-old fillies, giving trainer Mark Casse his third straight Woodbine stakes win.
It was the Ortiz Brothers Show in divisions of the New York Stallion Series at Aqueduct on Saturday, as Vicki’s Dancer posted a pace-pressing win under Irad Ortiz Jr., and Readthebyline went wire to wire with Jose Ortiz.
Honor Code, who was knocked off the Triple Crown trail by a suspensory injury after one start this year in March, won his return impressively Saturday at Aqueduct and served notice he will be a force to be reckoned with in the older stakes division.
A combination of cold temperatures and a lightning-fast track helped produce track records in back-to-back races at Mountaineer Racetrack on Wednesday night.
Led by Lexie Lou, the Queen’s Plate winner in July, trainer Mark Casse will have a big team of runners for stakes in the final days of the Del Mar autumn meeting.
Some favorites are solid, others are vulnerable. It helps to know the difference, don’t you think? Sunday at Del Mar includes some of both.
I’m a player who usually focuses on early in the card (pick five, early pick four), or late in the card (late pick four). But the card Saturday at Aqueduct is a little different. I find my attention drawn toward the middle of the program, specifically ...
Let’s try a pick three for Saturday at Aqueduct.
A middle-of-the-card pick three (races 4-6) holds some interest on Sunday because it does not include a maiden race, so you have some established form on which to base your wager.