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April 20, 2014
Jeremey Day's analysis of the Monday 4/21 card at Northfield Park.
Greg Gangle's analysis of the Monday 4/21 card at Woodbine Harness.
Beholder ran like the two-time champion she is in her 2014 debut in Sunday’s $80,500 Santa Lucia Stakes at Santa Anita, overwhelming four rivals in a race essentially over three furlongs from the finish.
Kiss My Hocks ($5.60) won the Sam Houston Futurity for Quarter Horses by a half-length over 9-2 Glimpse of Dash.
Trainer Paddy Gallagher said the Del Mar meeting will be the next goal for Flamboyant, winner of Saturday's La Puente Stakes for 3-year-olds at Santa Anita.
Puntrooskei blew away a quality field Sunday at Woodbine while notching his first stakes in the $127,750 Woodstock, covering six furlongs in 1:09.31 under Jesse Campbell.
Isla Bonita won his third consecutive graded stakes in Sunday’s $1,973,447 Japanese 2000 Guineas at Nakayama Racecourse, a victory likely to lead to a start in the Japanese Derby at Tokyo Racecourse on June 1.
Jockey Irving Orozco, who has not ridden since March 22, has been suspended for failing to appear at a hearing with Santa Anita stewards to explain his absence from riding.
Living the Life, the winner of Friday’s $252,000 All-Weather Championship Fillies and Mares Condition Stakes at Lingfield, England, is set to join trainer Gary Mandella’s stable at Santa Anita in the next week.
Dynamic Impact and Midnight Hawk, separated by a nose at the finish in Saturday’s Illinois Derby, both emerged from the race in good order, their trainers said Sunday morning. It’s extremely unlikely either horse would run in the Kentucky Derby, and ...