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Woodbine Mile: Emmaus ‘Always Shows Up’ For Murphy

Will the third straight time at Woodbine be the charm for Emmaus? Trained by Conor Murphy, five-year-old Emmaus, a son of Invincible Spirit, will make his third consecutive start at the Toronto oval, when he goes postward in next Saturday’s Grade 1 $1 million Ricoh Woodbine Mile. The Kilcarn Stud-bred dark bay finished second, a […]

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Consistent Synchrony Seeks Grade 1 Status In Woodbine Mile

Synchrony was flawless in his first appearance at Woodbine, overcoming a less than ideal trip to get up for a one-length score in the Grade 2 King Edward on June 29, Queen’s Plate Day. “We were experimenting with the one-turn mile, because he hadn’t done that,” said Michael Stidham, who trains the son of Tapit […]

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Heavy Favorite Synchrony Delivers In King Edward

Even-money favorite Synchrony rallied determinedly under Javier Castellano to notch a one-length victory in Saturday’s Grade 2 $178,850 King Edward Stakes at Woodbine. A one-mile turf race for three-year-olds and upward, the King Edward attracted a field of eight and Synchrony was making his Toronto oval debut for trainer Michael Stidham. The chestnut son of […]

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Go Bro Surprises With $91.30 King Edward Victory

Gustav Schickedanz’ homebred Go Bro was the surprise winner of Sunday’s G2 King Edward Stakes, winning a photo finish over Hootenanny on Woodbine’s turf course to earn his first graded stakes victory. The 6-year-old gelded son of Proud Citizen covered one mile over the firm turf in 1:34.09 under Jesse Campbell for trainer Michael Keogh. […]

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