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Zacney, Servis Scripting Oaks Run For Champion Jaywalk

Eclipse Award champion Jaywalk is working toward a 3-year-old debut in the G2 Davona Dale at Gulfstream Park on March 2, according to Horse Racing Nation. D.J. Stable and Chuck Zacney’s Breeders’ Cup-winning daughter of Cross Traffic is expected to move from that seven-furlong start to the G1 Ashland Stakes at Keeneland, following the same path […]

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Le General Defects From Withers; Moretti Could Inherit Favoritism

New York-bred Le General came out of his latest workout with a sore suspensory ligament, according to drf.com, and will not be entered in Saturday’s G3 Withers Stakes at Aqueduct. The two-time winner in restricted company was expected to be the morning-line favorite in the Road to the Kentucky Derby prep race. Instead, that position may […]

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BC Juvenile Fillies Champ Jaywalk Back To Work; Targeting March Debut

D J Stable and Cash is King’s Jaywalk, the front-runner to earn an Eclipse Award as champion 2-year-old filly of 2019, returned to the work tab Friday morning to begin preparations for her sophomore campaign. Trainer John Servis was on hand at Palm Meadows, Gulfstream Park’s satellite training facility in Palm Beach County, to see […]

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Juvenile Filly Champ Jaywalk Will Take Florida Route To Kentucky Oaks

D. J. Stable and Cash is King’s Jaywalk, the leading contender to take home an Eclipse Award as this year’s champion 2-year-old filly, is expected to kick off her sophomore season during Gulfstream Park’s 2018-19 Championship Meet. Jaywalk is currently getting some down time on the farm in Ocala, Fla, trainer John Servis said, after […]

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Juvenile Fillies: Jaywalk ‘Runs Them Off Their Feet’ For John Servis

John Servis hasn’t had a Breeders’ Cup starter since sending Jostle out to a ninth-place finish in the 2000 Distaff, though he’s enjoyed considerable success at Churchill Downs, host track of the 2018 world championships. Servis won the 2004 Kentucky Derby with Smarty Jones and the 2016 Kentucky Oaks with Cathryn Sophia. Servis made good […]

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‘Visibly Impressive’ Frizette Win Has Jaywalk Strolling Toward Breeders’ Cup

Leonard Green and Cash is King Stable’s Jaywalk came out of her gate-to-wire 5 ¾-length victory in Sunday’s Grade 1, $400,000 Frizette for 2-year-old fillies in good order, trainer John Servis said by phone Monday morning. Jaywalk led the seven-horse field on the fast Belmont main track, going a quarter-mile in 22.63 seconds and the […]

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Uncle Mo Colt Tops First Session Of Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Fall Yearlings Sale

The Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Fall Yearlings sale opened Monday night in Timonium, Md. with figures steadily on par with last year’s edition. This marks the continuation of a rising trend set in 2017, when average and median rose to their second highest levels in the sale’s history. The session topper, an Uncle Mo colt (Hip 12) […]

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The Man Impressive On Pennsylvania’s Day At The Races

The 18th edition of Pennsylvania’s Day at the Races Saturday at Parx featured five $100,000 stakes for state-breds and with six additional races carded it was the first time ever that purses reached in excess of $1 million for a program run strictly for horses bred here in the Commonwealth. The Man proved unbeatable again […]

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Evenly-Matched Field Set For G1 Allen Jerkens; Eight Seeking First Grade 1

Saturday’s Grade 1, $500,000 H. Allen Jerkens Memorial presented by Runhappy has attracted a strong field of nine – eight in search of their first Grade 1 and one looking to add another to his resume – in the seven-furlong race for 3-year-olds at Saratoga Race Course. The 34th running of the race, formerly the […]

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Smiling Causeway Takes MATCH Lead In Filly & Mare Turf Sprint Division

Mr Amore Stable’s Vision Perfect and Audley Farm Stables’ Smiling Causeway were both sharp in victory in two MATCH Series turf sprints July 7 at Parx Racing in Pennsylvania. Vision Perfect, trained by Jason Servis, took the grade III, $200,000 Parx Dash, while Smiling Causeway captured the $100,000 Turf Amazon Stakes for trainer Arnaud Delacour. […]

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