Racing

Archarcharch holds off J P’s Gusto in Southwest

Archarcharch outlasted J P’s Gusto in the Southwest Stakes at Oaklawn to pull the 14-1 upset in the first graded prep race at the Hot Springs, Arkansas track.

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Uncle Mo drills five at Palm Meadows

Uncle Mo continued moving towards his 2011 debut with a five furlong breeze at Palm Meadows in 1:01.40 and galloping out six in 1:14 under jocky John Velazquez.

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Dialed In to skip Fountain of Youth

The connections for Dialed In have agreed that the colt who won big in the Holy Bull earlier in the year will bypass the Fountain of Youth Stakes this weekend. “I conferred with both Bob (LaPenta) and his son Rob, and we all were in agreement that it would not be right to ask Dialed […]

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Drosselmeyer resumes training following illness

Trainer Bill Mott reported to the Daily Racing Form that Belmont Stakes winner Drosselmeyer has resumed training after an illness that kept him from running in the Mineshaft at Fair Grounds.

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No Advantage ascends in General George Handicap

Press Release Suarez Racing Inc.’s No Advantage raced wide down the backstretch, accelerated into the stretch and took command of the 35th running of the $150,000 General George Handicap (Grade II), the co-main event in Laurel Park’s SprintFest Weekend. Harissa won the $150,000 Barbara Fritchie Handicap (Grade II) Saturday afternoon. The winner finished fourth in […]

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West: I expect another outstanding prospect to emerge from Southwest Stakes

Gary West is high on Elite Alex both in the Paulick Derby Index and his recent column handicapping the Southwest Stakes. “His trainer, Tim Ritchey, said Elite Alex probably should have won by 10. Having watched the race several times, I’m inclined to think the combination of the troubled start and the wide trip probably […]

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Pluck may be pointed to Poulains at Longchamp

Having been removed from Todd Pletchers care in favor of Team Valor’s Graham Motion, it looks like the connections for Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf winner Pluck will be orchestrating an overseas campaign for the three-year-old. They are also considering the Abu Dhabi Irish 2,000 Guineas.

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Blame’s sister Might runner-up in career debut

Might, the three-year-old sister to Blame, finished second in her career debut Sunday at the Fair Grounds in a six furlong maiden race.

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Breeders’ Cup Challenge adds Japanese race

Press Release The Breeders’ Cup Challenge series will be expanding to Japan this year. The Breeders’ Cup and the Japan Racing Association today announced that the Takarazuka Kinen, a Group 1 stakes race run on June 26 at Hanshin Racecourse, has joined the international Breeders’ Cup Challenge, a global series of stakes races whose winners […]

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PDI #15 The Factor wires San Vicente field

The Factor shook off an early speed duel with two rivals and held off a late-closing threat to win the Grade 2, $150,000 San Vincente Stakes for three-year-olds at Santa Anita Sunday. Under Martin Garcia, The Factor drew off in the stretch and hit the wire a length in front of the charging second choice, […]

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