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Abel Tasman Busca Otro Grado 1 El Domingo En La Coaching Club American Oaks

De los cinco triunfos que ostenta Abel Tasman en apenas ocho salidas, tres han sido en carreras Grado 1, y dos de ellos han sido victorias consecutivas en sus dos pruebas más recientes. La hija de Quality Road, propiedad de China Horse Club y Clearsky Farms, será la vedette de este domingo 23 cuando enfrente […]

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Lady Eli Y Antonoe, Dos Cartas De Lujo Para Chad Brown En El Diana Stakes

Nada nuevo: una selectiva de grado en grama para yeguas en New York, que muy posiblemente gane Chad Brown. El ganador del Eclipse Award cuenta con las principales aspirantes en el Diana Stakes (G1, $500,000), prueba central de la jornada del venidero sábado 22 en Saratoga. Por una parte estará la sensacional Lady Eli, de […]

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Irish War Cry ‘Really Hasn’t Missed A Beat’ In Preparations For Haskell

Isabelle de Tomaso’s multiple Grade 2-winning homebred Irish War Cry continued preparations for his next start with a six-furlong breeze at the Fair Hill Training Center in Elkton, Md. Sunday morning. Both Irish War Cry and his workmate, 5-year-old Grade 1 turf winner Ascend, went the distance in 1:14 over Fair Hill’s dirt track. “I was very pleased with […]

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Calhoun, Hernandez Hoping For ‘Awesome Saturday’ In Indiana Derby

Trainer Bret Calhoun and jockey Brian Hernandez are hoping Awesome Saturday produces just that in Saturday night’s $500,000 Indiana Derby at Indiana Grand. Chuck Hovitz’s 3-year-old son of Any Given Saturday makes his stakes debut in the 1 1/16-mile, Grade 3 race. But he’s always run well while making steady improvement in each of his five starts despite self-inflected miscues. In […]

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Guilty Twelve Up By A Nose In Robert G. Dick Memorial

Merry Fox Stable’s Guilty Twelve closed with a late rush to post a upset victory in the $200,000 Grade III Robert G. Dick Memorial at Delaware Park today. With Christopher DeCarlo aboard, the 5-year-old daughter of Giant’s Causeway prevailed by a nose over the 6-to-5 favorite Zipessa, with Joe Bravo aboard.  It was only a […]

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Zipessa Tops Saturday’s Robert G. Dick Memorial At Delaware Park

Empyrean Stable’s Zipessa will be seeking her first victory of season in the $200,000 Grade III Robert G. Dick Memorial Stakes at Delaware Park this Saturday.  The mile and three-eighths affair for fillies and mares has attracted a field of nine.   Zipessa has a career record of four wins, a second and three thirds from twelve […]

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It Tiz Well Tops Sophomore Fillies In Saturday’s Delaware Oaks

California invader It Tiz Well tops the 66th renewal of the $300,000 Grade III Delaware Oaks at Delaware Park this Saturday.  The mile and a sixteenth affair has attracted a field of six.  The Delaware Oaks will be televised live on Fox Sports 2 with an approximate post time of 6:35 p.m. Tommy Town Thoroughbreds’ It Tiz Well […]

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‘We’ll Go On As He Lived’: Herringswell Team Member Pays Tribute To Better Talk Now

There has been no shortage of public tribute to Breeders’ Cup winner Better Talk Now, who was euthanized this week after complications related to colic surgery, but the horse’s last hours were also filled with love and attention from those who knew him best. Writer and part-time Herringswell Stable employee Maggie Kimmitt wrote in This Is […]

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Breeders’ Cup Turf Hero Better Talk Now Euthanized Due To Complications From Colic

Multiple Grade 1 winner Better Talk Now, who captured the Breeders’ Cup Turf in 2004, was euthanized June 27 at New Bolton Center due to the complications from undergoing colic surgery. The 18-year-old gelding had been at New Bolton since June 7. Herringswell Stables’ Maggie Kimmitt posted this beautiful tribute to Better Talk Now Wednesday morning on their […]

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Connections Of Miss Temple City Hope Third Time Is The Charm For Mare At Royal Ascot

Multiple Grade 1-winning mare Miss Temple City, based with Graham Motion at the Fair Hill Training Center in Elkton, Md., will open her 5-year-old season against males in the Queen Anne Stakes (G1) June 20 at Royal Ascot. It will be the third straight trip to Royal Ascot for Miss Temple City, bred and co-owned […]

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