Bing Crosby Stakes

Cistron Leads All The Way In Bing Crosby

Hronis Racing’s Cistron took the lead at the start and never relinquished it in Saturday’s Grade 1 Bing Crosby Stakes, earning his first top-level triumph by just under a length. The 5-year-old son of The Factor covered six furlongs over Del Mar’s fast main track in 1:09.95 under jockey Victor Espinoza. Trained by John Sadler, […]

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Weekend Lineup Features Jim Dandy, Trio Of Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series Races

The last weekend of July graded stakes slate includes three “Win and You’re In” events for the Breeders’ Cup World Championships, Nov. 1 and 2 at Santa Anita Park, plus an important Grade 2 event for 3-year-olds. The schedule kicks off Saturday morning at 10:40 ET with one of the biggest European races of the […]

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Crosby Win Would Take Shawn Davis From Rodeo Hall Of Fame To Breeders’ Cup

Firmly formed white cowboy hat perched perfectly on his head, looking every inch the cowboy he was, and still is at 78, Shawn Davis sat astride a tack box in Barn Y at the racetrack in Del Mar, Calif., Thursday morning and talked about the horse in the stall to his right. Davis, a Rodeo […]

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Equibase Analysis: Pace Will Make The Race In Bing Crosby Stakes

The Grade 1, $300,000 Bing Crosby Stakes is a significant race on the Road to the Breeders’ Cup Sprint, offering the winner an automatic entry into that race. Eight top sprinters signed on to run, with six having been first or second in the early stages of their last two races. With so many wanting […]

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Ransom The Moon, Roy H Rivalry Just Getting Started

The 1-2 finish by Ransom the Moon and Roy H on Saturday was a repeat of the 2017 Grade I $300,000 Bing Crosby Stakes at Del Mar, although the way it played out was very different. Ransom the Moon was never worse than fourth in a field of nine in 2017 and was cleverly guided by jockey […]

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Bing Crosby Turns Into Breeders’ Cup Sprint Rematch With Roy H, Ransom The Moon

The first, fourth and fifth-place finishers from the  $1.5 million Breeders’ Cup Sprint last November are back at Del Mar as part of a deeply talented field of 11 for Saturday’s $300,000 Bing Crosby Stakes, the first of six Grade I events during the summer season. Peter Miller-trained Roy H, was the 2017 Crosby runner-up, […]

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Four Grade 1’s Add Up To Blockbuster Breeders’ Cup Challenge Weekend

Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series qualifying races for automatic starting positions and fees paid into the 35th Breeders’ Cup World Championships returns this weekend with four Grade 1 stakes races at Ascot, Del Mar and Monmouth Park. The “Win and You’re In” action kicks off Saturday with the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes (G1) […]

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‘A Million Reasons To Get Beat’: Drefong Fine After Eventful Bing Crosby

Thirty yards out of the gate, Saturday’s $300,000 Grade I Bing Crosby Stakes went from high expectations to high anxiety. When 2016 Eclipse Award sprinter Drefong suddenly shot to the left at the gap where the chute meets the main track, sending Hall of Fame jockey Mike Smith flying, the race was changed and so were the […]

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Ransom The Moon Logra Su Pase A La Breeders’ Cup En Un Accidentado Bing Crosby S.

Aunque el resultado final del Bing Crosby S. (G1, $300,000) no fue para nada inesperado, la forma como se desarrolló la carrera definitivamente sí lo fue. Diez ejemplares disputaron la importante prueba, que al pertenecer a la serie “Win and You’re In” de la Breeders’ Cup le garantiza al ganador su inscripción totalmente pagada en […]

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