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Sparky Ville Upsets Baffert Pair In San Vicente At Santa Anita

Coming from just off the pace under Joel Rosario, Del Secco DCS Racing’s Sparky Ville posted a 7-1 upset in Sunday’s Grade 2 San Vicente Stakes at Santa Anita, edging 2-1 second choice Dessman by a nose. Coliseum, the 3-5 favorite who like Dessman is trained by Bob Baffert, finished 6 1/2 lengths back in […]

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King Of Speed Notches Second Consecutive Stakes Win In Zuma Beach

With Gary Stevens at the controls, rapidly improving King of Speed notched his second consecutive stakes win as he rallied boldly through the lane to take Monday’s $100,000 Zuma Beach Stakes at Santa Anita by 1 ¼ lengths over favored Much Better. Trained by Jeff Bonde, King of Speed got a mile on turf in […]

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Monday’s Zuma Beach Draws Wide Open Field Of Eight Juveniles

In what appears to be a completely wide open contest, Monday’s $100,000 Zuma Beach Stakes at Santa Anita has attracted a field of eight juveniles, with Bob Baffert’s Much Better, Jeff Bonde’s King of Speed, Jerry Hollendorfer’s More Ice, Doug O’Neill’s Takeo Squared and Jack Sisterson’s Ship of the Line all meriting serious consideration. MUCH […]

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American Gal Headlines Field Of 13 In Madison Stakes

Kaleem Shah’s American Gal, unraced since winning the Test (G1) at Saratoga by 4 lengths, and Carl Moore Management’s multiple stakes winner Finley’sluckycharm head a field of 13 fillies and mares entered Tuesday for Saturday’s 17th running of the $300,000 Madison (G1). The Madison, run at 7 furlongs on the main track, will go as the eighth race on Saturday’s 11-race program with a 5:10 […]

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Miss Sunset Rolls To Easy Win In Spring Fever Stakes

Highly accomplished sprinter Miss Sunset broke on top and rolled to an impressive 2 ½ length win under Mike Smith in Sunday’s $100,000 Spring Fever Stakes at Santa Anita. Trained by Jeff Bonde, the 4-year-old California-bred daughter of Into Mischief, out of the Trippi mare Tuscan Sunset, got six furlongs versus four rival Cal-bred fillies in 1:09.92. […]

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Santa Anita: Miss Sunset Out For Four Straight In Opening Day’s G1 La Brea

Miss Sunset, a California-bred daughter of Into Mischief, seeks her fourth straight stakes win in the Grade I La Brea for three-year-old fillies at seven furlongs on opening day. Her biggest win came in the Grade II Raven Run at Keeneland Oct. 21 under Julien Leparoux, who will be back aboard Tuesday. “She hasn’t surprised me,” trainer Jeff […]

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Miss Sunset Defeats Game Chalon In Lexus Raven Run

Alan Klein and Phillip Lebhen’s Miss Sunset shipped to Keeneland from California to take on graded stakes company for the first time in her career, and after a stretch-long battle with Chalon (9-2), Miss Sunset came away victorious by a half-length in the G2 Lexus Raven Run Stakes. The sophomore daughter of Into Mischief, off […]

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Ismelucky Grants Desormeaux Third Stakes Win Of Los Al Meet In Barretts Debutante

The three stakes races offered through the first seven days of the Los Angeles County Fair meet at Los Alamitos share something in common. All have been won by Hall of Fame jockey Kent Desormeaux. Two of those victories have been in tandem with trainer Jeff Bonde, the latest a half-length score by 6-5 favorite […]

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Santa Anita Stewards Fine Bonde, Sierra For Medication Violations

Santa Anita stewards have fined trainers Jeff Bonde and Javier Sierra each $500 due to medication violations. The Daily Racing Form reports that Bonde was fined after his horse, Tripski, tested positive for Betamethasone (a corticosteriod) after finishing third in the tenth race on March 26. Stewards fined Sierra $500 after Gutsy Ruler tested positive for Fulmethasone, also […]

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Man On Fire: True Hat Trick For Gonzalez At Santa Anita

Venezuelan native Santiago Gonzalez won the first three races on opening day at Santa Anita, continuing his pattern of excellence after taking down the Los Alamitos winter riding title earlier this month. Gonzalez rode to a frontrunning victory in Saturday’s opener aboard Airfoil, a 5-year-old gelding conditioned by Jonathan Wong. The pair paid $8.40 for […]

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