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September 13, 2014
The old pro Regally Ready shows no signs of slowing down, as he rolled to another victory Saturday in a race named for his sire. With Rosie Napravnik aboard, Regally Ready won for the 15th time in 36 career starts with a 2 1/4-length score over the ...
Sistas Stroll, aptly moved into stakes competition for the first time by trainer Tom Proctor, won the Grade 3, $150,000 Pucker Up Stakes by 1 1/2 lengths on Saturday at Arlington.
Lochte, the only Grade 1 winner in the field, asserted his class, overcoming an unlucky trip to register a popular half-length victory over Dreams Cut Short in Saturday’s $90,000 The Vid Stakes at Gulfstream Park.
Conquest Typhoon graduated in style on Saturday at Woodbine in the Grade 2 Summer, giving Conquest Stable, trainer Mark Casse, and jockey Patrick Husbands a sweep of the two Breeders’ Cup Win and You’re In stakes for 2-year-olds on the card.
Having been aboard the filly a couple of times in the morning, Joe Bravo left the jockey’s room full of confidence in Ball Dancing, his mount for Saturday’s Grade 2, $500,000 Sands Point Stakes at Belmont Park.
Some familiar New York-bred turf runners run in Sunday’s co-featured $125,000 stakes scheduled for 1 1/8 miles on the inner turf, the Ashley T. Cole for males (race 4) and the John Hettinger (race 9) for fillies and mares.
Proving the old adage it’s not how you start but how you finish, Annecdote overcame a sluggish break from the gate by displaying a strong late kick to win Saturday’s Grade 3, $200,000 Noble Damsel Stakes by 2 3/4 lengths at rainy Belmont Park.
Sent off as the longest shot in a field of nine fillies and mares racing 1 1/16 miles over yielding turf, Complete St. outfought odds-on favorite Daylight Ride by a nose in the George Rosenberger Memorial, one of six stakes on Saturday’s 22nd annual ...
The same people who won the 2013 Open Mind Stakes – trainer Steve Asmussen, owner Gillian Campbell, and jockey Ricardo Santana Jr. – were again the winners of Saturday’s Open Mind Stakes at Churchill. Only the winning filly was different, with ...
Margano won an extremely tight photo finish as the longest shot in the field for the $200,000 Pennsylvania Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association President’s Cup on Saturday at Parx Racing.