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Max Player Back On The Work Tab, ‘Training Towards The Wood’

George E. Hall’s Grade 3 Withers victor Max Player resumed serious business on Wednesday morning for trainer Linda Rice, breezing an easy half-mile in 50.24 seconds over the Belmont Park training track. The dark bay son of second-crop stallion Honor Code garnered 10 qualifying points towards the Grade 1, $3 million Kentucky Derby in the […]

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Casse Considers Sending Sir Winston ‘Straight To Dubai’ After Big Allowance Effort

Tracy Farmer’s Sir Winston won his first race since capturing last year’s Grade 1 Belmont Stakes, rallying from last-of-seven to capture his 4-year-old debut in a one-mile allowance race on Friday at Aqueduct. The “Test of the Champion” victor made his first start in more than six months when he finished last-of-12 at one mile […]

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Withers Winner Max Player Will Train Up To Wood Memorial

George Hall’s Max Player, trained by Linda Rice and patiently piloted by Dylan Davis, proved resilient in overcoming a difficult trip to win Saturday’s Grade 3, $250,000 Withers at Aqueduct Racetrack. Sent to post at odds of 5-1, Max Player was in tight and on the heels of Mr. Shortandsimple taking significant kickback into the […]

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Max Player Rolls By Late For Withers Upset

Making his first start in stakes company, George Hall’s Max Player got rolling late in the stretch to win Saturday’s Grade 3 Withers Stakes by 3 1/4 lengths. The 3-year-old son of Honor Code was sent off at 5-1 odds off a 4 1/4-length maiden win at Parx, but he easily ran down 9-5 favorite […]

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Mrs. Orb By A Nose In Bay Ridge Thriller

Mrs. Orb dug in gamely and put her nose in front of Lucky Move at the wire to make her stakes debut a winning one in Sunday’s $100,000 Bay Ridge at Aqueduct Racetrack. Trained and part-owned by Michael Miceli with Ruggeri Stable, Richard Coburn and Script R Farm, Mrs. Orb arrived at the nine-furlong test […]

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Stan The Man Triumphant Off The Layoff In Queens County Stakes

Long Lake Stable’s Stan the Man returned from a six-month layoff to earn his first career stakes win in Saturday’s $125,000 Queens County at Aqueduct Racetrack. Trained by John Terranova and patiently piloted by Dylan Davis, Stan the Man entered the nine-furlong test for 3-year-olds and upward from an even fifth in the Grade 2 […]

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Pat On The Back Hangs On Late In Kelso

Pat On the Back again displayed a comfort level racing at one mile, overtaking 6-5 favorite Prince Lucky from the outside in the stretch and fending off a late charge to register a half-length victory in the 39th running of the Grade 2, $300,000 Kelso Handicap for 3-year-olds and up on Saturday at Belmont Park. […]

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True Timber Looks To Make The Grade In Kelso Handicap

Calumet Farm’s True Timber will attempt his first stakes victory when facing a wide-open field of seven assembled for Saturday’s 39th running of the Grade 2, $300,000 Kelso Handicap over the main track at Belmont Park. The one-turn mile for 3-year-olds and upward pays homage to the five-time Horse of the Year from 1960-64. Owned […]

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Celtic Chaos Doubles Up In John Morrissey Stakes

Zilla Racing Stables’ Celtic Chaos made a sweeping move at the top of the stretch and got his nose on the wire in time to best Build to Suit in Sunday’s $100,000 John Morrissey for New York-breds going 6 ½ furlongs over the Saratoga Race Course main track. Celtic Chaos sat off the pace while […]

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