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Cox Has Mr. Monomoy, Half To Champion Monomoy Girl, Poised For Maiden Breaker

Madaket Stables, Michael Dubb and Doheny Racing Stable’s Mr. Monomoy, the 2-year-old half-brother to champion filly Monomoy Girl, will attempt to break his maiden in his second start Saturday at Churchill Downs. Trained by Brad Cox, Mr. Monomoy finished fourth in his debut on Oct. 19 at Keeneland after getting squeezed at the break. The son of Palace Malice drew post position No. 7 in […]

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Jockey Martin Garcia Moving Tack To Midwest From Southern California

Although jockey Martin Garcia rode at Del Mar over the weekend, his agent tells the Daily Racing Form Garcia is leaving Southern California to ride in the Midwest, starting Wednesday at Churchill Downs. Agent Jay Fedor told DRF Garcia, 35, will also ride at Turfway Park and then at Oaklawn Park in Arkansas, beginning in […]

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Welder Still Sprinting Towards Remington Park Record; Seeks Ninth Straight Win

Local sprint superstar Welder is set to return to action in Friday night’s $70,000 Silver Goblin Stakes, seeking his ninth consecutive triumph at Remington Park. Welder will go to post on Friday at approximately 9:55 p.m., the seventh race of a nine-race card. A ninth consecutive win at Remington Park would move Welder past She’s All In’s […]

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Irad Ortiz Jr. Pads Aqueduct Lead With Five-Win Day On Holiday Card

Jockey Irad Ortiz, Jr., leading rider at the Big A fall meet, rode five winners from seven mounts on Monday’s Veterans Day card, including a sweep of the Late Pick 3 at Aqueduct Racetrack in Ozone Park, N.Y. Ortiz, Jr., who was recently named the winner of the 17th Bill Shoemaker Award, given annually to […]

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Fly So Pretty Completes Big Weekend For Casse In Stewart Manor

Tracy Farmer’s Fly So Pretty provided trainer Mark Casse a sweep of the weekend’s turf stakes with a last-to-first score in Sunday’s $100,000 Stewart Manor at Aqueduct Racetrack. Fly So Pretty, a homebred daughter of Sky Mesa, entered the six-furlong outer turf sprint for juvenile fillies from an off-the-board effort as the mutuel favorite in […]

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Our Super Nova Shines Brightest In NYSS Staten Island

Our Super Nova laid in mid pack off a leisurely pace and made her move at the right time to score a first stakes win in Sunday’s $158,175 Staten Island division of the New York Stallion Stakes Series at Aqueduct Racetrack. Owned by trainer Charlton Baker in partnership with Michael Foster and Lauren Linn, the […]

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Juvenile Toledo Shows Promise In Maiden Special Weight At Aqueduct

Juddmonte Farms’ well-bred Toledo showed promise in the Saturday finale at Aqueduct when sliding up the rail to break his maiden second time out for trainer Chad Brown. The Kentucky homebred by Into Mischief is out of the Bernardini broodmare Endless Chat, who also produced dual turf stakes winner Seismic Wave. “He did it easily. […]

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Hough: Scars Are Cool To Discovery, Recruiting Ready To Fall Highweight

Following their respective recent victories over the main track at Churchill Downs, trainer Stanley Hough plans on sending allowance winner Scars Are Cool and five-time stakes winner Recruiting Ready to Aqueduct Racetrack for graded stakes action. Scars Are Cool, a chestnut sophomore son of Malibu Moon, will point towards the Grade 3, $200,000 Discovery set […]

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Houston Ladies Classic, Apple Blossom Next For Cotillion Winner Street Band

Grade 1 Cotillion winner Street Band will be pointed to the G3 Houston Ladies Classic at Sam Houston Race Park on Jan. 26 for her next start, reports bloodhorse.com. The 3-year-old daughter of Istan was most recently eighth in the Breeders’ Cup Distaff. Street Band returned to Churchill Downs after the Breeders’ Cup, and will ship […]

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Vanned To Aqueduct For Sunday Breeze, Maximum Security Team Decides On Cigar Mile

A last-minute decision to ship Maximum Security from his Belmont base to Aqueduct on Sunday morning helped trainer Jason Servis and owners Gary and Mary West make the decision about the 3-year-old’s next start. According to drf.com, the colt will be pointed to the Grade 1 Cigar Mile at Aqueduct on Dec. 7, rather than the […]

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