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July 20, 2014
Wildcat Red turned in his final workout for the Grade 1 Haskell Invitational on Sunday at Monmouth Park, galloping seven furlongs, working a half-mile, and galloping out an additional eighth of a mile.
Ultimate Empire finished first in both of his starts at Saratoga last year, and he is the horse-for-course angle play in race 8.
It is difficult to fashion pre-card wagering strategy for a biased racing surface. That is the dilemma Sunday at Del Mar.
Those who expected a flashy debut by a top 2-year-old may have been disappointed in races 1 and 5 Saturday at Del Mar.
Strawberry Baby put forth an authoritative display when pulling away from six 2-year-old fillies to take Saturday's co-featured $75,000 Prairie Gold Lassie by 7 1/4 lengths.
Ole’s Miss made her Emerald Downs debut a winning one Saturday, rallying from the back of the pack to edge longshot Mylast Sweet Pea in the $50,000 Kent Handicap for 3-year-old fillies.
July 19, 2014
In a show of extreme desire and guts, Clear Vision overcame an uncovered trip and powered clear in the stretch to capture the $150,000 Battle of Lake Erie for older pacers at Northfield Park on Saturday night.
On a night where the Mohawk surface was drenched in rain, Sebastian K tasted defeat for the first time in North America when Intimidate got up in the final strides to nail the 1/5 favorite in the $603,000 Maple Leaf final for older trotters.
Saturday at Del Mar, Istanford won the $201,750 San Clemente Stakes for 3-year-old fillies over a mile on turf. As a Grade 2 race, the San Clemente is the leading win in Istanford’s 10-race career.
The $125,000 Lawrence B. Sheppard final for 2-year-old colts appeared to be a two-horse race on paper, but after the first turn the contenders were reduced by one in a hurry as In The Arsenal made the front and the favored Cartoon Daddy made a break.