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May 24, 2015
Al Kazeem won the Group 1 Tattersalls Gold Cup on Sunday at The Curragh in Ireland, his second victory in the race, and his first Group 1 tally since being returned to training after a brief and unsuccessful career as a stallion during the winter of ...
For the third time in eight days, Belmont Stakes candidate Mubtaahij put in a timed workout, this time going five furlongs in 1:01.83, according to Daily Racing Form, in company with stablemate Umgiyo over the Belmont main track.
Racing under entirely different conditions, the emergent 5-year-old gelding Solow did the same thing Sunday at Longchamp he had in March at Meydan, galloping to an impressive Group 1 victory.
Hall of Fame trainer Shug McGaughey had an air of confidence about him Sunday morning when talking about Honor Code, several hours after watching his handicap star breeze five furlongs in 1:00.13 with jockey Javier Castellano aboard.
Options are limited by field size through the early portion of the program, as we go 6 x 5 x 5 x 5 through the first four races Sunday, including a potential $5 exacta of ROOM FOR ME (1) over LA MADRINA (3) in race 3.
INVENTOR'S GATE (#1) has a decent late kick, but he also has some tactical speed and an inside post, and that should be an edge in this paceless route. ICE CREAM TRUCK (#10) is another who could benefit from the expected race flow (2).
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I’m sold on the Michelle Nevin-trained READTHEBYLINE (5) in the Commentator (race 3) on this nice-looking Memorial Day program, awash with New York-bred stakes.
It bears repeating that American Pharoah will be bidding to make history in more ways than one in the Belmont Stakes on June 6. Beyond attempting to become only the 12th to sweep the Triple Crown, he will be attempting to become the first to complete a ...
Bobcat Jim capped a great night for the Kenny Smith stable when he rallied strongly to get past Delaunay for a neck victory in the $73,500 Ed Skinner Memorial on Saturday at Prairie Meadows.