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July 22, 2017
Firenze Fire rallied to a one-length decision over the more fashionably bred Free Drop Billy in the Grade 3 Sanford Stakes at Saratoga on Saturday.
Trainer Arnaud Delacour fitted No Dozing with blinkers for the $72,000 Concern Stakes at Laurel Park on Saturday and the Union Rags colt showed improved speed and broke a six-race losing streak.
Tango Run moved to the head of her statebred division as she remained unbeaten with a win in the $75,000 Miss Ohio Stakes for Ohio-registered juvenile fillies on Saturday at Thistledown.
Ami’s Mesa ($9.80) found the mark in her first two-turn try on the Tapeta surface in Saturday’s Grade 3 Ontario Matron Stakes at Woodbine.
Corey Lanerie worked out another good trip on Wilbo, helping the 5-year-old gelding to edge a stubborn Manhattan Mischief for a half-length victory Saturday in the 40th running of the $50,000 Don Bernhardt at Ellis Park in western Kentucky.
Snowday wrested command after a quarter-mile and went on to a decisive 2 3/4-length victory Saturday in the $60,000 My Frenchman Stakes at Monmouth Park in Oceanport, N.J.
Twisted Tom prevailed after a heated stretch battle with Broken Engagement in Saturday's New York Derby at Finger Lakes, while Bonita Bianca got up in time to win the New York Oaks.
Meadowlands Pace champion Huntsville and North America Cup/Hempt winner Fear The Dragon set the stage for a showdown in next week's Adios at The Meadows by winning their respective $25,000 eliminations on Saturday afternoon.
Three horses eyeing the Grade 1 Vanderbilt turned in their final preps here Saturday morning including the up-and-coming El Deal, who shipped over from his Monmouth Park base to breeze five furlongs in 1:02.04 over the main track with Javier Castellano ...
TimeformUS handicapper David Aragona highlights some contenders on Sunday’s card at Saratoga.