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July 26, 2014
Burn the Mortgage posted a convincing victory for owner-trainer Mike Maker when he got a perfect trip under Edgard Zayas in the $75,000 Eight Miles East Stakes, the Saturday feature at Gulfstream Park.
Sweet Luca won just once during his six-start 2013 campaign, in the Addison Cammack Handicap at Arlington. He began his 2014 season with two losses. Then came the Cammack again Saturday at Arlington, and there came Sweet Luca.
Geeky Gorgeous, the 1-2 favorite, rolled to a formful win, beating 7-5 second choice Salamera by 4 1/2 lengths in the Regret Stakes at Monmouth Park.
Trainer Larry Jones said “he still needed to learn some things” about Coup de Grace following his victory in an overnight stakes at Delaware earlier this month. And Jones said those lessons went a long way toward making Coup de Grace a Grade 2 stakes ...
Heat Transfer dueled through the stretch and began to edge clear late to win the $50,000 Miss Ohio by a half-length at ThistleDown on Saturday.
La Tia, the favored Arlington invader, flirted with the track record for 1 1/16 mile s on Polytrack in her authoritative score in the $155,800 Ontario Matron Stakes at Woodbine on Saturday.
DRF Plus Graded Stakes analysis for Monmouth Park on Sunday, July 27.
Dave Miller’s quick thinking at the start of the $400,000 Delvin Miller Adios on Saturday at The Meadows put McWicked in front before the 26 3/5 opening quarter. From that point few in the field were looking to take a run at the 1-5 favorite.
DRF handicapper Matt Bernier looks at the races for juveniles Sunday at Del Mar.
Miss d’Oro, a Grade 2-placed mare facing Pennsylvania-breds for the first time in two years, justified her status as the odds-on favorite by holding off 9-1 outsider Rockinonthewater to win Saturday’s $75,000 Power by Far Handicap for female turf ...