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November 20, 2017
Horses to watch from Monticello Raceway.
Gierkink: Woodbine horses to watch for week of Nov. 20
November 19, 2017
Edwards Going Left earned the first stakes victory of his career Sunday when he won for the sixth time in his last eight starts, this time in the $101,380 Cary Grant Stakes for older California-bred sprinters at Del Mar.
While this year’s Keeneland November breeding stock sale lacked a high-profile dispersal – such as Conquest Stables last year when 100 horses sold for more than $11.2 million – two smaller dispersals from longtime breeders did provide a respectable ...
While Triple Crown winner American Pharoah's first crop of weanlings was a hot topic of interest at the Keeneland November breeding stock sale, his yet-to-arrive second crop also drew plenty of attention.
Trainers Bill Spawr and Bob Hess Jr. were fined by Del Mar’s stewards last weekend for violations.
There are several well-regarded 2-year-old maidens who will go a mile in Race 5 at Del Mar on Thursday, and judging by what some of the runners have done to date, and what their connections think of them, this could prove to be a key race.
Jockey Flavien Prat was suspended for racing this Saturday and Sunday, but is allowed to ride in designated stakes races owing to an agreement reached years ago between the California Horse Racing Board and the Jockeys’ Guild.
Kitten’s Roar won the Grade 2 Goldikova on the Breeders’ Cup undercard Nov. 4, and her trainer, Mike Maker, on Sunday said Kitten’s Roar would return to California for the Grade 1, $300,000 Matriarch Stakes on closing day this Sunday.
Win the War ($11.20) benefited from an early front-end battle involving 1-5 favorite Grace and Dignity before drawing off for an authoritative score in Sunday’s $104,200 Glorious Song Stakes at Woodbine.