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Pauseforthecause Streaks Into Saturday’s La Verdad Stakes

Chester and Mary Broman’s Pauseforthecause brings a three-race win streak into Saturday’s $100,000 La Verdad, a seven-furlong tilt for New York-bred fillies 4-years-old and upward at Aqueduct Racetrack. Trained by Kiaran McLaughlin, the homebred daughter of Giant’s Causeway is undefeated since a two-month freshening that includes an optional claiming win on September 12 and the […]

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Mrs. Orb By A Nose In Bay Ridge Thriller

Mrs. Orb dug in gamely and put her nose in front of Lucky Move at the wire to make her stakes debut a winning one in Sunday’s $100,000 Bay Ridge at Aqueduct Racetrack. Trained and part-owned by Michael Miceli with Ruggeri Stable, Richard Coburn and Script R Farm, Mrs. Orb arrived at the nine-furlong test […]

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Mr. Buff Romps In Alex M. Robb Stakes

Jockey Junior Alvarado barely had to flex his muscles as he guided Chester and Mary Broman’s Mr. Buff to a commanding score in Saturday’s $100,000 Alex M. Robb at Aqueduct Racetrack. Trained by John Kimmel, the 17.2 hands tall Mr. Buff successfully defended his title in the nine-furlong test for New York-breds 3-years-old and upward […]

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Bank On Shea Gets Up By A Nose In NYSS Great White Way

Shea D Boys Stable’s Bank On Shea made an inside move from mid pack to edge dual stakes-winner Dream Bigger by a nose in Saturday’s $500,000 Great White Way division of the New York Stallion Stakes Series at Aqueduct Racetrack. Trained by Jason Servis, the bay son of Central Banker arrived at the seven-furlong contest […]

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Big Q Answers All The Questions In Key Cents Stakes

DutchessViews Farm’s Big Q, expertly handled by Jose Lezcano, picked up her first stakes score in Saturday’s $100,000 Key Cents, a six-furlong sprint for New York-bred juvenile fillies at Aqueduct Racetrack. Trained by Gary Gullo, the Big Brown bay was making her third consecutive stakes start following a pair of fifth-place efforts in the Grade […]

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Jose Ortiz Rides Four Winners On Belmont’s Empire Showcase Day

Jockey Jose Ortiz registered four victories while owner-breeders Chester and Mary Broman connected with three winners to lead the way on Saturday’s annual Empire Showcase Day card at Belmont Park, featuring eight stakes races worth $1.75 million. Jose Ortiz, who won an allowance event in the day’s opener with Southern King, recorded three stakes wins […]

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Fifty Five Battles To Repeat Victory In John Hettinger

Peter Brant’s Fifty Five continued to find her best stride at Belmont Park, staying off the speed before overtaking Wish Upon at the top of the stretch and fending off War Canoe’s late challenge to win the $125,000 John Hettinger for New York-bred fillies and mares 3-years-old and up for a second straight year on […]

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Dot Matrix Stubborn In Ashley T. Cole Stakes

Ten Strike Racing’s Dot Matrix outfought a stubborn Voodoo Song down the Belmont Park stretch to notch his second career stakes victory in Sunday’s $150,000 Ashley T. Cole over the Widener turf course. Dot Matrix, a gelded bay son of Freud, arrived at the 1 1/8-mile event for New York-breds off of a runner-up finish […]

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New Millionaire Pat On The Back Has ‘Shown Everyone He Can Be Competitive’

Pat On the Back, owned by Harold Lerner, AWC Stables and Nehoc Stables, surged to a half-length score in Saturday’s Grade 2, $300,000 Kelso Handicap at Belmont Park, pushing his earnings to more than $1.1 million. The 5-year-old Congrats chestnut, trained by Jeremiah Englehart, had won seven stakes against fellow New York-breds heading into the […]

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