Handicapping & Race Analysis

July 13, 2014
Jeranimo, a millionaire and eight-time stakes winner, has been retired from racing and will stand at stud next year, trainer Mike Pender said Sunday.
Ju Ju Eyeballs beat stablemate Indian Splendor by 1 3/4 lengths on Sunday in the $64,800 Klassy Briefcase Stakes at Monmouth Park.
Unspurned ran a determined race on the front end Sunday at Woodbine to capture the $250,000 Bison City Stakes, the second leg of the Canadian Triple Tiara, a series for Canadian-bred 3-year-old fillies.
Jockey Perry Ouzts won six races on the Sunday card at Belterra Park, including an exhibition match race.
Flip Daddy made his maiden debut a winning one when taking the $50,000 Hoover for 2-year-old Ohio-bred horses Sunday at Belterra Park.
In what amounted to little more than a public workout, Bustin It made the lead soon after the start, shrugged off a mild challenge from slightly favored International Star, then galloped to a seven-length victory in Sunday’s $125,000 Rockville Centre ...
Corlett Drive, a 4-year-old filly eligible for a first-level allowance condition, collapsed and died of an apparent heart attack following a five-furlong workout on Sunday morning at Del Mar.
Jockey Richard Hamel had a banner day Saturday at Hastings, winning six of the seven races carded.
Jockey David Mello collected his 1000th career win Saturday night when he guided the Iowa-bred gelding Voodooville to a three-length victory in a six-furlong claiming event.
The strength of trainer Bret Calhoun’s current crop of 2-year-olds was on display Saturday night when he swept both divisions of the $100,000 Texas Thoroughbred Association Sales Futurity.