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September 16, 2017
Stay Hungry remained undefeated by winning one of three C$40,000 Metro eliminations for 2-year-old pacing colts at Mohawk on Saturday night. The son of Somebeachsomewhere followed a lively third-over trip before kicking into high gear in the stretch to ...
The favored World Approval put away a host of challengers on the lead before spurting away in the stretch to take Saturday’s Grade 1, $801,600 Woodbine Mile convincingly, giving jockey John Velazquez a record fifth win in the race.
The Keeneland September yearling sale returned from its traditional dark day to kicked off its third book on Saturday, and showed continued momentum that generated positive returns, topped by a $525,000 Pioneerof the Nile colt.
Canessar turned in a professional effort to win his United States debut by 1 1/4 lengths Saturday in the $100,000 Laurel Turf Cup. Also at Laurel, Always Thinking upset the Sensible Lady Turf Dash, and Therapist got up in time to win the Laurel Futurity.
Citizen Geller won his second straight stakes race at the Downs at Albuquerque meet Saturday, when he overtook Stormin the Jewels for a half-length victory in the $70,000 Casey Darnell.
There were some pretty fast 2-year-olds at Canterbury Park this summer, and the two fastest hooked up Saturday in an exciting edition of the $80,000 Shakopee Juvenile on closing day of the 2017 meeting.
Henry Hill, making the first stakes appearance of his career, won the faster of two New York Sire Stakes events for 3-year-old colt pacers on Saturday night at Tioga Downs in a lifetime-best 1:50 1/5.
Racing resumed in the wake of Hurricane Irma on Saturday at Gulfstream Park, where Katinka squeezed out the narrowest of victories over Surprise Wedding in the $100,000 Miss Gracie Stakes.
Brian Hernandez Jr. piloted his fourth winner of the day in Saturday's Grade 2 Pocahontas Stakes at Churchill Downs, circling the field aboard 23-1 longshot Patrona Margarita.
The evening’s 12-race card on Saturday, September 16 at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino was highlighted by a track record performance in the featured of the event, the $75,000 Indiana Sires Stakes final for 2-year-old colt trotters as Skyway Torpedo, with ...