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November 18, 2017
Kissin In The Sand and Plunge Blue Chip rolled to easy victories in the Three Diamonds and Goldsmith Maid eliminations for 2-year-old fillies on Saturday night at the Meadowlands.
Thanksgiving still is a few days away but Pass the Gravy celebrated early, feasting on his fellow Illinois-breds Saturday night at Hawthorne in the $82,750 Sun Power Stakes.
Inveniam Viam picked up at the start of this Fair Grounds racing season right where she left off last meet.
Trainer Jeff Bonde had been a bit frustrated since Right Hand Man’s third-place finish in the Oak Tree Sprint at Pleasanton on July 4, but the frustrations vanished on Saturday when the 3-year-old gelding ($19.40) held off Mach One Rules to win the ...
Fort Pulaski broke a couple losing streaks on Saturday at Fair Grounds, winning for the first time in nine 2017 starts and for the first time in six turf tries when he captured the $50,000 Mr. Sulu Stakes by a half-length over heavily favored Trust Factor.
The stakes were higher than in their debut last month at Santa Anita but the result was the same on Saturday at Del Mar for Dream Tree and Midnight Bisou, as Dream Tree again nosed out her budding arch-rival, this time in the $100,000 Desi Arnaz Stakes ...
It may have been watered down, but the $100,000 Cardinal Handicap went to Tricky Escape on Saturday – and the 4-year-old filly’s connections couldn’t have been much happier about it.
Be Vewy Vewy Quiet ($5.60) made amends for back-to-back low-priced losses with a determined score in Saturday’s $125,800 Frost King Stakes at Woodbine.
Fire Away had come close several times in his seven preceding races, but hadn't won. On Saturday at Aqueduct, he broke through with his first stakes win in the $150,000 Artie Schiller, a one-mile turf race for 3-year-olds and up.
TimeformUS handicapper David Aragona highlights some contenders on Sunday’s card at Aqueduct.