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May 23, 2015
Haveyougoneaway brings a string of bullet workouts into the $50,000 First Lady Handicap at Ruidoso Downs on Monday.
The 2014 Iowa Derby champion Jessica’s Star returns to the scene of his greatest exploits for the $75,000 Jim Rasmussen Memorial at Prairie Meadows. The 1 1/16-mile stakes for 3-year-olds and up shares the card with the $50,000 Wild Rose for fillies ...
The holiday Monday card at Monmouth is topped by the $75,000 Miss Liberty Stakes, which has attracted a solid group of fillies and mares who will meet at 1 1/16 miles on the turf.
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Familiar rivals Tapiture and Carve break side-by-side in the Grade 3, $200,000 Lone Star Park Handicap on Monday. Tapiture and Carve will vie for favoritism in the mile and a sixteenth race.
Is a Grade 3, $100,000 stakes the spot where you experiment? It is for trainer Gary Mandella, who sends the 5-year-old mare Living The Life to Golden Gate Fields to compete against males in Monday’s one-mile All American Stakes.
Last Memorial Day, Southern Honey won the Grade 3 Winning Colors as a 3-year-old over older fillies and mares. So why can’t she repeat as a 4-year-old?
Castletown and El Seventyseven, a pair of accomplished 7-year-old geldings, both ran in last year’s $75,000 Honor the Hero Stakes, and they return for Monday’s edition of the five furlong turf dash at Canterbury Park.
Starting this weekend, they’ve brought back the $300,000 guarantee for the late pick four on Saturdays, so let’s take a swing at it.
There are a couple runners later on the program who may be of use to you for your in-race and multi-race wagers.