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April 18, 2015
Nearly two years have passed since Nellie Cashman came off a maiden victory at Penn National to upset the Grade 3 Virginia Oaks at 19-1. The now 5-year-old Nellie Cashman finally earned her second stakes win in Saturday's $100,000 Dahlia at Pimlico.
Yahilwa began her winning journey Saturday at Hawthorne in the Grade 3, $150,000 Sixty Sails Handicap by attempting a face plant into the loam.
Dramedy had never won a stakes race, and he was dueling with a fresh horse named My Afleet when far out front of their opposition Saturday in the Elkhorn Stakes at Keeneland. Despite those supposed handicaps, the 6-year-old Dramedy fought on, ...
Papacoolpapacool proved to be more than a miler when he extended his winning streak to three races in Saturday’s $79,750 La Puente Stakes on turf at Santa Anita.
Limehouse became West Virginia’s leading sire by progeny earnings the minute he became a resident at O’Sullivan Farms in Charles Town in preparation for the 2013 breeding season.
Russell Road broke running in the $50,000 Confucious Say Stakes and never was seriously challenged while making his first start since winning the $450,000 West Virginia Breeders' Classic last October.
Unspurned rallied powerfully from off a rapid pace to take the Grade 3, $179,100 Whimsical Stakes in her first start on Lasix at Woodbine Saturday.
A Harlan’s Holiday filly and a Street Cry colt each worked a furlong in :9 4/5 seconds to tie for the fastest time overall during the sixth and final session of the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co. spring 2-year-olds in training sale’s under-tack show on ...
When it became apparent that the inaugural $100,000 Woodhaven Stakes for 3-year-olds was going to come down to Made in Detroit and Vision Perfect, David Donk, the trainer of Vision Perfect, said he would have been content to finish second.
Deep closer QUEEN OF THE SAND (#4, 9-2) and front-runner FANTICOLA (#3, 4-1) are the keys in this filly-mare turf G2 at a mile and a quarter. ’Sand was compromised by the slow pace in her return; Fanticola will lead as far as she can.