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September 15, 2014
Trip Notes for September 13-14: Noble Damsel, Sands Point, Woodbine Mile and more by Michael Hammersly.
September 14, 2014
Alert Bay gave owner Peter Redekop an unprecedented third straight win in the Grade 3, $1500,000 British Columbia Derby at Hastings on Sunday
The second book of the Keeneland September yearling sale closed with authority on Sunday, posting significant gains over the sixth session of last year’s edition.
Wake Up Nick might not be the best 2-year-old in North America, but after winning the $103,900 Barretts Juvenile on Sunday at Los Alamitos, he has won more races (five) than any juvenile on the continent.
Multiple Grade 1 winner Behrens died Sunday following a brief illness at Old Friends at Cabin Creek, the Bobby Frankel division in Greenfield Center, N.Y.
Ole’s Miss wrapped up the local 3-year-old filly title with a thrilling win over longshot Irish Lyric in the $100,000 British Columbia Oaks at Hastings on Sunday.
Trade Storm, the lone European shipper in the field, rallied effectively after emerging from traffic to win Sunday’s Grade 1, $1,053,200 Woodbine Mile, a Breeders’ Cup Win and You’re In qualifier.
The New York-bred male turf division welcomed back an old friend to the winner’s circle while the female turf division opened the door for a new invader in a pair of restricted stakes Sunday at Belmont Park.
Deceptive Vision benefited from a patient ride from Eurico da Silva to win her first stakes Sunday at Woodbine in the Grade 2 Canadian, a Breeders’ Cup Win and You’re In qualifier.
Grade 3 winner Super Ninety Nine has been retired from racing and will make his debut at stud in 2015 at the Pons family’s Country Life Farm in Bel Air, Md.