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Grade I winner Get Stormy drops in class for Monmouth Stakes

After winning consecutive Grade I turf races this year, Get Stormy will drop in class as he takes a stab at the Grade III Monmouth Stakes on Sunday. However, the $250,000 purse has drawn a stronger field than most would expect at this level with Grade I winner Teaks North, Grade II winner Nownownow and […]

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Get Stormy wires Woodford Reserve

With the scratch of speedster Little Mike, Get Stormy had the race his own way and went gate to wire in the Woodford Reserve Classic at Churchill Downs Saturday.  Under Roman Dominguez, Get Stormy went 24.97 and 50.67 in the 1 1/8-mile race on the turf and came home strong to win by three-quarters of […]

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Get Stormy wires Makers Mark Mile

Get Stormy found the soft going and the soft fractions to his liking Friday, as he went gate to wire in the Grade 1, $300,000 Makers Mark Mile at Keeneland Race Course. Under Javier Castellano, Get Stormy led the field through splits of 24.61 and 49.31 on a yielding turf course and drew off in […]

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Court Vision heads Maker’s Mark Mile

A multiple Grade I winner with earnings north of $2.6 million, Court Vision will begin his six-year-old season as the top dog in Friday’s Grade I Maker’s Mark Mile. He will face off against eight rivals including Society’s Chairman, Get Stormy and Workin for Hops.

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25-1 Teaks North upsets Gulfstream Park Turf

Teaks North, the longest shot in the field at 25-1, darted to victory Saturday in the Grade 1, $300,000 Gulfstream Park Turf Handicap.  Under Jose Valdivia, Teaks North streaked to the wire late to nose out Smart Bid in a photo finish for the 1 1/8 mile race.  The winning time was 1:46.39. Teaks North […]

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Breeders’ Cup Notes: BC Mile

Beethoven John Magnier, Michael Tabor, and Derrick Smith’s Beethoven walked the shedrow again on Monday, awaiting clearance from quarantine, which was expected to come by 5 p.m. He arrived at Churchill Downs on Saturday. Traveling head lad Pat Keating said that he, like all the runners from Ballydoyle, “traveled well, and we couldn’t be […]

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WEEKEND STAKES: WHERE TO WATCH brought to you by KBC Horse Supplies

  This weekend is the predictable “calm after the storm”, and though there are plenty of restricted stakes on the country’s racing agenda, only one track has an American graded stakes on its schedule. Churchill Downs will run complimentary stakes; Saturday’s card features the G2 Mrs. Revere for 3-year-old fillies, and its counterpart, the Commonwealth […]

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