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Monomoy Girl ‘In Good Order,’ Likely For Keeneland’s Ashland In April

With a graded stakes victory under her belt and a security of 50 points on the Kentucky Oaks Leaderboard in the Gr. II Rachel Alexandra Stakes, Monomoy Girl will likely make her next start in the Gr. I $500,000 Central Bank Ashland Stakes at Keeneland on Apr. 7, according to trainer Brad Cox. “Moving forward plan A is […]

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Monomoy Girl Last-To-First In Rachel Alexandra

Off as the 4-5 favorite, Michael Dubb, Monomoy Group, Bethlehem Stable and The Elkstone Group’s Monomoy Girl was a dominant winner of Saturday’s G2 Rachel Alexandra Stakes. The 3-year-old daughter of Tapizar was last early on, then came flying around the far turn under Florent Geroux to take the lead at the head of the […]

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‘He’s Got Talent’: Classic Empire’s Half-Brother Wins On Debut At Oaklawn

Saturday’s fourth race at Oaklawn Park was won in exclamatory fashion by Exclamation Point, the half-brother to champion Classic Empire. The 3-year-old colt bested his rivals by 2 1/2 lengths over six furlongs, leading from start to finish under jockey Fernando de la Cruz. “He’s got talent, there’s no doubt,” trainer Brad Cox told horseracingnation.com. “The […]

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Oaklawn Park: Half Brother To Champion Classic Empire Set To Make His Debut

Exclamation Point, a recently named half-brother to champion and 2017 Arkansas Derby winner Classic Empire, is scheduled to make his career debut in Saturday’s fourth race at Oaklawn, a maiden special weights event for 3-year-olds at 6 furlongs. Trained by Brad Cox, Exclamation Point is a homebred for Steve and Brandi Nicholson, who also bred […]

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Multiple Graded Stakes Winner Green Mask Arrives At Old Friends

Multiple graded-stakes winner and sprint superstar Green Mask has been retired to Old Friends, the Thoroughbred Retirement Center in Georgetown, KY. Michael Blowen, founder and president of Old Friends, made the announcement today. Trained most recently by Brad Cox for owner Abdullah Saeed Almaddah, the now 7-year-old gelded son of Mizzen Mast was retired from […]

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Tiger Moth Up Late To Win Houston Ladies Classic

It was a tremendous afternoon of racing at Sam Houston Race Park with thrilling performances by Tiger Moth in the Grade 3, $400,000 Houston Ladies Classic and another win for trainer Mike Maker in the Grade 3, $200,000 Connally Turf Cup. It was also an exceptional day for jockey Jose Ortiz, who posted two stakes wins on the afternoon card, and was warmly […]

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Mr. Misunderstood Stays Undefeated On Turf With Woodchopper Victory

Flurry Racing Stables LLC’s Mr. Misunderstood added yet another turf stakes victory to his resume and is now an unbeaten 8-for-8 on the grass after scoring a victory in Saturday’s $75,000 Woodchopper Stakes, which is run a distance of one mile over the Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots’ Stall-Wilson Turf Course. Piloted by Shaun Bridgmohan, the 3-year-old […]

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Undefeated Gladyousawme Scores In Louisiana Legacy At Delta

Delta Downs closed out its fifth week of racing on Saturday night with the $150,000 Louisiana Legacy serving as the featured event. The one-mile test for 2-year-old Louisiana-breds was taken by Klein Racing’s Gladyousawme, who pushed his brief record to three wins in as many starts while taking his stakes debut under jockey Roberto Morales. After breaking […]

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Fair Grounds: My Miss Chiff All Class In Happy Ticket, Stand Him Up Powerful In Heitai

Town and Country Racing’s Al Stall Jr.-trained My Miss Chiff was all class in victory in the $50,000 Happy Ticket Stakes for Louisiana-bred sprint fillies and mares on Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots’ four-stakes Opening Day. Off since a third-place finish in Pimlico’s Grade III Miss Preakness Stakes on May 19, the daughter of Into Mischief showed […]

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Mr. Misunderstood Proves Deserved Favorite In Commonwealth

Staton Flurry’s Mr. Misunderstood remained perfect in seven starts on turf when he made a sweeping move at the top of the stretch to easily cruise by the leaders and beat Parlor by 1 ½ lengths in Saturday’s 14th running of the $100,000 Commonwealth Turf (Grade III) at Churchill Downs. Sent to post as the […]

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