Feargal Lynch

Track Record-Setting Caribou Club Could Target Breeders’ Cup Mile

Glen Hill Farm’s multiple graded-stakes winning homebred Caribou Club, coming off back-to-back record-setting performances, could be headed for the Breeders’ Cup off his come-from-behind triumph in the $200,000 Baltimore-Washington International Turf Cup (G3) Saturday at Laurel Park. Glen Hill president Craig Bernick said Sunday that the gelded 5-year-old son of Grade 1 winner City Zip […]

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Caribou Club Lowers Laurel’s Track Record In BWI Turf Cup

Glen Hill Farm homebred Caribou Club managed to hold on by a head over Frontier Market in Saturday’s Grade 3 Baltimore-Washington International Turf Cup, winning his third race of the season at odds of 7-2. The 5-year-old gelding by City Zip, ridden by Feargal Lynch and conditioned by Tom Proctor, set a new track record […]

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‘Good To Be Home’: Feargal Lynch Returns A Winner At Laurel

Kaleem Shah Inc.’s Closer Look ($6.80), favored at 2-1 in a field of 12, cruised to a 4 ¾-length triumph in Race 7 Saturday to give journeyman Feargal Lynch his first win since returning to the Maryland circuit with Friday’s opening of the 43-day summer meet at Laurel. Lynch, a two-time meet titlist in Maryland […]

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Maryland Millions Classic Winner Bonus Points Refining His New Style

Three Diamonds Farm’s Bonus Points, trailing by 20 lengths after a half-mile, unleashed a powerful last-to-first move on the far outside through the stretch to catch long shot pacesetter Saratoga Jack and win Sunday’s featured seventh race at Laurel Park. Ridden by Feargal Lynch for New York-based trainer Todd Pletcher, Bonus Points ($4.40) covered about […]

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Sophomores Majestic Dunhill, America’s Tale Score Black Type On Salute The Troops Day

R A Hill Stable’s Majestic Dunhill, a sprint stakes winner on the grass this summer, transferred his success to the main track with a last-to-first half-length upset in Saturday’s $100,000 City of Laurel at Laurel Park. The City of Laurel for 3-year-olds and the $100,000 Safely Kept for 3-year-old fillies, both at seven furlongs, were […]

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Switzerland Too Fast For Rivals In Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash

Woodford Racing’s Switzerland bounced back from a disappointing fifth-place finish in the Grade 1 Alfred G. Vanderbilt Handicap at Saratoga to win the 27th running of the G3, $250,000 Xpressbet Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash at Laurel Park on Saturday. Under jockey Feargal Lynch, the 4-year-old colt by Speightstown went to the front shortly […]

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Order And Law Circles Field For Maiden-Breaking Win In Laurel Futurity

Bran Jam Stable and David Clark’s Order and Law, who made his debut in the Tyro last month, rallied from last on Laurel’s Fort Marcy Turf Course Saturday to break his maiden in the $100,000 Laurel Futurity sponsored by B & B Commercial Interiors. Trained by Louis Linder Jr, and ridden by Feargal Lynch, Order […]

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Reigning Maryland Horse Of The Year Just Howard Back At Laurel Thursday

Skeedattle Associates’ Grade 3 winner Just Howard, Maryland’s Horse of the Year in 2017, will get a bit of class relief when he makes his return to Laurel Park’s world-class turf course in the ninth of 10 races Thursday. Just Howard drew the rail in a field of 11 that includes four horses entered for main […]

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Pimlico: Lynch Secures Jockey Title, Three-Way Tie For Leading Trainer Honors

Jockey Feargal Lynch and trainers Kieron Magee, Jerry Robb and Mary Eppler clinched individual honors Monday on a special Memorial Day holiday program to close the 12-day Preakness Meet at legendary Pimlico Race Course. Lynch, 39, entered the nine-race program with nine wins, three more than Horacio Karamanos and Rosario Montanez and four better than Laurel Park […]

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First Career Starter A Winner For Laurel-Based Trainer Brittany Trimble

Peter Blum’s filly Oh My dueled on the front end into deep stretch and held off a determined late challenge to capture Sunday’s fourth race at Laurel Park and give trainer Brittany Trimble her first career victory. It was the first career starter for Trimble, 28, a former amateur rider and finacee of Laurel-based jockey Sheldon Russell […]

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