Grand Slam

Tiz A Slam Caps Big Day For Attfield With Frontrunning Louisville Score

Canadian-invader Tiz a Slam led every step of the way in Saturday’s 82nd running of the $100,000 Louisville Stakes (Grade III) at Churchill Downs and turned back fierce challenges in deep stretch from Shahroze (IRE), Nessy and Vettori Kin (BRZ) to win the 1 ½-mile turf marathon by three-quarters of a length. Ridden by Steven […]

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Ward Trainee Jo Jo Air Upsets William Walker At 14-1

Andrew Farm and Mrs. Charlie O’Connor’s Jo Jo Air dueled 1-9 favorite Bulletin into submission and then held off a late charge from Uncapped by three-quarters of a length to win the fifth running of the $125,000 William Walker for 3-year-olds before a crowd of 22,012 on the opening night of Churchill Downs’ 38-day Spring […]

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Grand Slam College Football, Stakes Combo Bet At Monmouth Sports Book Saturday

The Grand Slam wager, a bet that combines picking the winners of two designated college football games and two designated races, returns on Saturday at Monmouth Park as part of a 12-race live program on the first full day of the college football. The wager is available in the Monmouth Park Sports Book by William Hill. Saturday’s designated college football games […]

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Monmouth ‘Grand Slam’ Covers Three Stakes And A Baseball Game

Monmouth Park will offer New Jersey’s first-ever combined racing and sports bet during Sunday’sHaskell Invitational card, with bettors required to pick the winners of three designated races as well as a designated baseball game. “The Grand Slam” wager for Sunday will be available for advance betting starting Saturday, July 28, in the Monmouth Park Sports Book by William Hill. […]

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Keeneland Presents American Graded Stakes Standings: Leading Broodmare Sires

Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve taken a look at the leaders of different divisions of the American Graded Stakes Standings of 2016. This week, we’ll look at broodmare sires. The stallions that ranked among the top five broodmare sires of AGS winners are familiar names, although a couple may come as a surprise. […]

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First Winner For Star Guitar Comes At Churchill Downs

Star Guitar, the Louisiana-bred winner of 22 stakes races in the state, had his first winner as a sire Saturday night at Churchill Downs. Senor Guitar, a homebred owned by Clifford Grum and trained by Helen Pitts, swept a field of $50,000 maiden claimers by 1 1/4 lengths under Ricardo Santana, Jr. The 2-year-old out […]

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Mizz Money Hangs On For Gallorette Victory

L. T. B., Inc., and Ron Hillerich’s homebred Mizz Money vied for the lead all the way around Pimlico’s soggy, “good” turf course on Saturday, then managed to hold off several late charges by diminishing head to win the Grade 3 Stella Artois Gallorette Stakes. A 4-year-old filly by Mizzen Mast, the dark gray covered […]

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Leigh Court Sizzles In Whimsical Over New Tapeta

Speedway Stable’s Leigh Court sped home in Sunday’s Grade 3 Whimsical Stakes to win by two lengths. The 6-year-old daughter of Grand Slam covered the six furlongs over Woodbine’s new Tapeta surface in 1:08.68 for trainer Michael Stidham. Taking the lead out of the gate, Florent Geroux and Leigh Court were initially pressured along by […]

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Leigh Court All The Way In Mardi Gras Stakes

Speedway Stable’s Leigh Court led the field from gate to wire in Tuesday’s $60,000 Mardi Gras Stakes at the Fair Grounds. The daughter of Grand Slam covered approximately five-and-a-half furlongs over the firm turf in 1:04.39 for trainer Michael Stidham. After bobbling at the break a bit under Florent Geroux, Leigh Court made an early […]

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Drape: After Triple Crown Sweep, Is ‘Grand Slam’ Next For Pharoah?

After becoming the first colt to accomplish a sweep of the Triple Crown in 37 years, many racing fans are curious to know what races will compose the remainder of American Pharoah’s racing career. In his latest column for the New York Times, Joe Drape ponders the same “what’s next” for the champ, and floats […]

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