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Danzing Candy Llega A Salvo A La Meta En El San Carlos Stakes

Aunque no ganó como se supone que debe ganar un caballo de 1/5, Danzing Candy fue sin duda el mejor en el San Carlos S. (G2, $250,000) disputado el sábado 1 de Julio en Santa Anita Park. Conducido por Mike Smith, el pupilo de Bob Baffert tuvo que demostrar su guapeza para neutralizar el prolongado […]

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De Vuelta En California, Danzing Candy Es La Velocidad En El San Carlos Stakes

Danzing Candy atraviesa su mejor momento, cosa que quedó demostrada con su convincente victoria del pasado 28 de Mayo en el Lone Star Handicap (G3), donde alcanzó 107 de Beyer, su registro más alto a la fecha. Con un mes de descanso, el nieto del argentino Candy Ride regresa a su base en Santa Anita […]

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Lord Nelson Lunges Late To Capture Triple Bend Stakes

B. Wayne Hughes’ (Spendthrift Farm) Lord Nelson was no more than a length off the pace-setting Subtle Indian in the early part of Saturday evening’s Grade 1 Triple Bend Stakes, then Rafael Bejarano allowed him a breather. The 4-year-old son of Pulpit came back running in the final eighth of a mile, just thrusting his […]

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San Onofre Headlines G2 Kona Gold Stakes

With recent graded stakes winner San Onofre leading the way, several locally based sprinters such as Wild Dude, Coastline, Cherubim, Sahara Sky and Kafister, along with out of state invaders Subtle Indian and Dream Saturday, all loom dangerous in Saturday’s Grade II, $200,000 Kona Gold Stakes, for older horses at 6 ½ furlongs. Named for […]

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Coastline Up Late In Downhill Clockers’ Corner

Agave Racing Stable and Jaam Racing’s Coastline captured Sunday’s Clockers’ Corner at Santa Anita. The $75,000 contest for 4-year-olds and up which had not won a graded stakes race since July 1 was held over the approximate 6 1/2 furlongs of the downhill turf course. The favored Rocket Heat sprinted out to a nearly three-length […]

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Field of Eight Set for $500,000 Penn Mile

The field assembled for the second running of the $500,000 Penn Mile on Saturday night clearly shows the race has needed little time to establish itself as one of the premier turf races for 3-year-olds in the country. Led by multiple graded stakes winner Global View, who will be ridden by Hall of Fame jockey […]

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Blue Grass Finishers Exit Race Well, Look Toward Future

While Sharon Alesia, Bran Jam Stable and Ciaglia Racing’s Dance With Fate had an easy morning at Barn 22 following his victory in Saturday’s $750,000 Toyota Blue Grass (G1) at Keeneland,  trainer Peter Eurton was flying back to his Southern California base. Via text, Eurton said Dance With Fate would return to California as scheduled […]

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Elliott Looking for Next Derby Mount in Coastline

2004 Kentucky Derby and Preakness-winning jockey Stewart Elliott is hoping for another shot at the Run for the Roses aboard Coastline, according to a USA Today report. Elliott moved his tack from Pennsylvania to Kentucky with the hopes of picking up a Derby mount, and the transition proved fruitful when trainer Mark Casse needed a rider for […]

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Bobby’s Kitten 3-1 Morning Line Favorite for 90th Toyota Blue Grass

Ken and Sarah Ramsey’s Bobby’s Kitten, runaway winner of the Pilgrim (G3) last fall, heads a field of 14 horses and one also-eligible for Saturday’s 90th running of the $750,000 Toyota Blue Grass (G1) at Keeneland. The 1 1/8-mile Toyota Blue Grass serves as a major steppingstone for the $2 million Kentucky Derby Presented by […]

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Lukas Hopes Derby Trail Goes Through Oaklawn for Strong Mandate

Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas has had a lot of luck preparing his young horses at Oaklawn for Triple Crown race success dating back to 1985 when Tank’s Prospect won the Arkansas Derby and then the Preakness Stakes. In 1996, the Lukas-trained Grindstone used a second in the Arkansas Derby as a launching […]

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