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Son Of Hall-Of-Famer, Reeve McGaughey Saddles First Winner At Oaklawn

Eight was enough for trainer Reeve McGaughey. McGaughey, the son of Hall of Fame trainer Shug McGaughey, recorded his first career victory in Thursday’s seventh race at Oaklawn with Franknjymme ($7.20). It was his eighth career starter. McGaughey, 30, went out on his own at this year’s Oaklawn meeting after working under his father and […]

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‘Rollercoaster’ $30,000 Claim Botswana Takes Combs To $1 Million Kentucky Turf Cup

Bentley Combs hasn’t been training even two years but figures to have a starter in the $1 million, Grade 3 Calumet Farm Kentucky Turf Cup on Sept. 7 with Botswana at Kentucky Downs. The RUNHAPPY Meet at Kentucky Downs runs this Saturday and Sept. 5, 7, 8 and 12 with 10 grass races a day. […]

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Former Claimer Lanier Makes It Look Easy In Hanshin Cup

Oakview Stable’s Lanier cruised home with an easy open length win in the 2019 version of the $100,000 GIII Hanshin Cup at Arlington. This was the 25th year that Arlington ran an exchange race with the Japan Racing Association. A field of 10 older horses went to post for the Saturday feature. Jockey Declan Cannon […]

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Calumet’s Oxy Lady Surprises At 36-1 In Tempted

Calumet Farm’s Oxy Lady, the longest shot on the board at 36-1, utilized a perfect trip from Declan Cannon to provide trainer Jack Sisterson with his first career stakes win in Friday’s Grade 3, $150,000 Tempted at Aqueduct Racetrack. The bay daughter of Oxbow, racing through foggy conditions with blinkers on for the first time, […]

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9-Year-Old Dimension Upsets Fair Grounds’ Buddy Diliberto Memorial

Riverside Bloodstock’s seasoned veteran Dimension (GB) showed that age is far from an issue when the 9-year-old gelding lit up the tote board at odds of 39-1, winning Saturday’s 1 1/16-miles Buddy Diliberto Memorial Stakes over the Fair Grounds’ Stall-Wilson Turf Course for trainer Conor Murphy. Breaking from post four under James Graham, Dimension did not come […]

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Dacita (Chi) Y Doña Bruja (Arg): Una Exacta Suramericana En El Beverly D. Stakes

La seisañera chilena Dacita (Scat Daddy) le dio a su entrenador Chad Brown su cuarto triunfo – tercero en fila – en el prestigioso Beverly D. Stakes (G1, $600,000) el pasado sábado 12, al superar en emotivo final a la argentina Doña Bruja y a la británica Grand Jete, que terminaron empatadas en el segundo […]

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Doña Bruja Expone Su Invicto En Norteamérica Ante Nueve Rivales En El Beverly D.

Luego de una destacada campaña en su Argentina natal, Doña Bruja tiene dos carreras en Norteamérica en 2017, con igual número de victorias. La cincoañera hija del argentino Storm Embrujado enfrentará este sábado 12 su mayor desafío desde que llegó a los Estados Unidos, cuando se mida a nueve rivales en la 28va. edición del […]

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Modesty Handicap: Cannon Had ‘Goose Bumps’ On Breakthrough Horse Dona Bruja

A year ago, jockey Declan Cannon was working on getting a toe-hold in Kentucky and indeed America, his career picking up steam at Ellis Park. On Saturday, the 30-year-old Cannon shipped out of town to win on his breakthrough horse as Dona Bruja captured Arlington Park’s Grade 3 Modesty. Dona Bruja, a star in her […]

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Argentine-Bred Dona Bruja Packs Powerful Stretch Wallop To Win Modesty

Confidently handled by Declan Cannon, Argentine-bred Dona Bruja won Saturday’s Grade 3 Modesty Handicap at Arlington Park with breathtaking ease, rallying from near the back of the pack at the top of the stretch to win going away by one length under a hand ride. A 5-year-old mare by the Bernstein stallion Storm Embrujado  trained by Ignacio […]

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