belmont oaks invitational

Leparoux Pleased With Concrete Rose’s Latest Work Toward Saratoga Oaks

Ashbrook Farm and BBN Racing’s Concrete Rose was back to work on Saturday morning when posting her second breeze since a triumph in the Grade 1 Belmont Oaks Invitational. The Twirling Candy dark bay went a half-mile in 49.05 seconds over the turf course at Saratoga’s Oklahoma training track for trainer Rusty Arnold. The move […]

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Concrete Rose Looking For Breakthrough Win In Belmont Oaks

Since age 2, Concrete Rose has shown the talent to compete at a high level, but Ashbrook Farm’s Racing Manager Bo Bromagen said the three-time graded stakes winner has displayed an even greater shift in attitude heading into Saturday’s Grade 1, $750,000 Belmont Oaks Invitational at Belmont Park in Elmont, N.Y. Trained by Rusty Arnold, Concrete Rose […]

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O’Brien’s Turf Triple Contingent Tours Belmont’s Training Track In Advance Of Saturday’s Stars & Stripes Racing Festival

Trainer Aidan O’Brien’s Turf Triple contingent cleared quarantine at Belmont Park in Elmont, N.Y., on Thursday morning and enjoyed a brief training session on the dirt training track. The quartet, led by the vocal Blenheim Palace, included his fellow Belmont Derby contender Cape of Good Hope and the fillies Coral Beach and Just Wonderful, who will start in Saturday’s Grade 1 […]

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Penn Mile Winner Moon Colony On Target For Belmont Derby

John Oxley’s Moon Colony is continuing to train for the Grade 1, $1 million Belmont Derby Invitational following a victory in the Grade 2 Penn Mile on June 1. The Belmont Derby is the first leg of the Turf Triple, showcasing 3-year-old turf runners, with the 10-furlong contest slated for Saturday, July 6 as part […]

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Royally-Bred Winter Sunset Targeting Summer’s Belmont Oaks

The Fair Grounds’ Shantel Lanerie Memorial Overnight Stakes winner Winter Sunset looked “fabulous” following her triumphant stakes debut according to trainer Wayne Catalano, who stated that the Grade I $750,000 Belmont Oaks Invitational on July 6 will be a main target for later this year. “I talked to (Owners) Mr. Bob (Cummings of Coffeepot Stables) […]

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NBC Sports, Belmont Park Live Telecasts Airing Stars & Stripes Racing Festival

NYRA is pleased to remind fans that national TV coverage of Saturday’s Stars & Stripes Racing Festival can be found on NBC from 4:30-6 p.m. ET followed by a special edition of Belmont Park Live from 6-7 p.m. The 2 1/2-hour national broadcast window will include five graded stakes, including the Grade 1, $1.2 million […]

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Thewayiam Leads Talented Cast Of 10 In Belmont Oaks Invitational

An impressive 10-horse field that includes seven graded stakes winners will look to conquer the 1 1/4-mile distance on the inner turf track in Saturday’s 40th running of the Grade 1, $1 million Belmont Oaks Invitational for 3-year-old fillies on a Stars & Stripes Day card that will feature five graded stakes. Carded as Race […]

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Champion Catch A Glimpse To Be Offered At Fasig-Tipton November

Bluewater Sales will offer multiple Champion Catch A Glimpse at the Fasig-Tipton November Sale this fall as a racing/broodmare prospect. A four-year-old daughter of City Zip, Catch A Glimpse has enjoyed a brilliant career to date for owners Gary Barber, Mike Ambler, and Windways Farm (Jeff and Annabel Begg), and trainer Mark Casse.  At two, […]

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New Money Honey Encabeza El 1-2-3 De Chad Brown En La Belmont Oaks Invitational

Chad Brown había inscrito cuatro potrancas en la Belmont Oaks Invitational (G1, $1,000,000). Una de ellas (Fifty Five) fue retirada. Las otras tres terminaron primera, segunda y tercera. Gracias en buena parte a una perfectamente calculada conducción por parte de Javier Castellano, New Money Honey logró una ajustada victoria sobre su compañera de establo Sistercharlie […]

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New Money Honey Leads Chad Brown Trifecta In Belmont Oaks

Trainer Chad Brown had three entrants in Saturday’s G1 Belmont Oaks Invitational, which drew a total field of 11 starters. His three fillies finished first, second and third to give him a training trifecta in the $1 million contest. Javier Castellano and e Five Racing Thoroughbreds’ New Money Honey crossed the wire in front, just […]

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