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Blue Grass Probable Blended Citizen ‘Handled The Track’ In Keeneland Breeze

Greg Hall and SAYJAY Racing’s Blended Citizen, who has had much of his success on the grass and all-weather surfaces, prepared for his return to the dirt in next Saturday’s $1 million Toyota Blue Grass (G2) by working 5 furlongs in 1:01.20 over a fast main track this morning at Keeneland. Blended Citizen and workmate Arawak began to ease into the […]

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L And N Racing Pursing Derby Run For The Second Year In A Row

L and N Racing LLC traveled the road to the Kentucky Derby for the first time last year with Lookin At Lee. The Tulsa-based ownership group has another intriguing prospect this year in unbeaten Retirement Fund, who is scheduled to make his stakes debut in the $500,000 Southwest (G3) Monday at Oaklawn. A son of Eskendereya, Retirement […]

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Lost And Found Presented by Horseware: Class Of 2017

As the dust clears from the 2017 Breeders’ Cup and the racing world’s attention shifts to the 2017 Eclipse Awards, a lot of people are looking at the 3-year-old male category somewhat wistfully. For a couple of seasons, we were spoiled by Triple Crown trail stars like California Chrome and American Pharoah, but not every […]

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Veni, Vidi, Vinci: West Coast Conquista Saratoga Ganando El Travers Stakes

La historia repetida: el año pasado, el Travers Stakes fue el escenario para el surgimiento de una nueva estrella, un purasangre que terminó llegando a ser catalogado como el mejor caballo del mundo: Arrogate. Este año otro invasor de California llega a Saratoga y domina a sus rivales con autoridad. No sabemos hasta donde podrá […]

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Travers: Gunnevera ‘Grown Up And Filled Out,’ Wilkes Plans To Let McCraken ‘Run His Race’

Multiple graded stakes-winning millionaire Gunnevera galloped 1 ½ miles over the main track Friday morning on the eve of his return to Grade 1 competition in Saturday’s Travers. South Florida-based trainer Antonio Sano continues to be thrilled with the condition and attitude of the chestnut Dialed In colt, who arrived in Saratoga Tuesday morning. “I […]

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Always Dreaming, Cloud Computing Y Tapwrit Miden Fuerzas En Una Pareja Edición Del Travers Stakes

La última vez que ganadores distintos del Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes y Belmont Stakes coincidieron en el Travers Stakes ocurrió en 1982. En ese entonces el tordillo Gato del Sol, Aloma’s Ruler y Conquistador Cielo se enfrentaron aquel 21 de Agosto, siendo derrotados por el canadiense Runaway Groom, que vino desde el fondo del lote […]

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Lookin At Lee Turns In Final Breeze Ahead Of Travers Stakes

L and N Racing’s Lookin At Lee had his final breeze for Saturday’s Grade 1 Travers at approximately 6:00 a.m. Monday, negotiating a steady half-mile in 50.99 seconds over the Oklahoma training track with exercise rider Angel Garcia aboard. The move was good for 54th of 75 at the distance. The Steve Asmussen-trained Grade 1 […]

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Los Ganadores Del Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes Y Belmont Stakes Nominados Para El Travers

Always Dreaming, Cloud Computing y Tapwrit, ganadores del Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes y Belmont Stakes, respectivamente, encabezan la lista de 17 nominados para los 2000 metros del Travers Stakes (G1, $1,250,000), el “Derby del Verano” de Saratoga, el venidero sábado 26 de Agosto. A continuación presentamos en orden alfabético la información de cada uno de […]

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Asmussen: Lookin At Lee Looking At Travers

Lookin At Lee, who has been working at Saratoga since July, is a possibility for the Grade 1 Travers, Hall of Fame trainer Steve Asmussen said Thursday morning. Lookin At Lee, who ran third in the G3 West Virginia Derby on Saturday, would be working towards his first Grade 1 start since finishing seventh in […]

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Colonelsdarktemper Leads All The Way In West Virginia Derby

Runner-up in the G3 Indiana Derby last out, Anthony Foyt Jr.’s Colonelsdarktemper went one better this Saturday to win the G3 West Virginia Derby by a length. The 3-year-old son of Colonel John, ridden by Jon Court for trainer William H. Fires, led the field from gate to wire and covered nine furlongs over Mountaineer’s […]

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