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Beau Recall Noses Out Storm The Hill In Yellow Ribbon Handicap

Irish-bred Beau Recall, who as a three-year-old filly suffered a nose loss in the Grade I Del Mar Oaks, was on the right side of the photo Saturday as she edged longshot Storm the Hill by the narrowest of margins in the Grade II $200,000 Yellow Ribbon Handicap for older fillies and mares. With Drayden […]

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Cambodia Absolutely Dominant In Repeat Yellow Ribbon Score

Returning to her favorite turf course at Del Mar, Winter Quarter Farm’s Cambodia totally dominated her rivals in Saturday’s Grade 2 Yellow Ribbon Stakes, winning the race for the second year in a row. The 6-year-old daughter of War Front was off as the 8-5 favorite under Drayden Van Dyke; she stalked the pace and […]

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Weekend Lineup: Whitney Showdown

The top two New York-breds in training will feature in this Saturday’s Grade 1 Whitney Stakes at Saratoga, with the front-running Diversify slightly favored on the morning line over Mind Your Biscuits. Backyard Heaven and Tapwrit also feature prominently in the eight-horse field, scheduled to go nine furlongs on the main track at 5:46 P.M. […]

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Brazilian Native Lobo Saddles Two South Americans In Saturday’s Yellow Ribbon

Trainer Paulo Lobo will be represented by a quarter of the field when he saddles two South American imports in Saturday’s Grade II $200,000 Yellow Ribbon Stakes for older fillies and mares at 1 1/16 miles on the Jimmy Durante Turf Course at Del Mar. Kiss Me Now, a 4-year-old Brazilian-bred, will be making her U.S. debut […]

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By Ray Paulick Curlin passed Cigar to become North America’s all-time earnings leader and first $10-million horse with his second consecutive victory in the $750,000 Jockey Club Gold Cup on a sloppy Belmont Park track on Saturday afternoon. Ridden by Robby Albarado, Curlin raced in midpack early as Wanderin Boy set the pace under Alan Garcia — […]

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