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‘Fairytale Ending’: Bronx Beauty Brings Home MATCH Series Championship

In a thrilling finish to the 2019 MATCH Series, 2W Racing’s Bronx Beauty fought off Ms Locust Point after a long duel in the $100,000 Regret Stakes at Monmouth Park Sept. 28 and won not only her division but the overall championship, which required a tie-breaker. Bronx Beauty, trained by Anthony Margotta Jr., and Jim […]

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Bronx Beauty Clinches MATCH Series Championship With Regret Win At Monmouth

Bronx Beauty earned both a stakes victory and a MATCH series championship with one gritty performance. The 4-year-old filly survived a taxing early speed duel with chief rival Ms Locust Point, holding on for a one-length victory in Saturday’s $100,000 Regret Stakes at Monmouth Park to win both her division and the overall MATCH championship. […]

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MATCH Series: Ms Locust Point, Bronx Beauty To Battle For Overall Championship

A filly and a mare with a combined 16 wins—all of them in the Mid-Atlantic region—and $1.05 million in earnings will decide the 2019 MATCH Series overall championship when they meet in the $100,000 Regret Stakes Sept. 28 at Monmouth Park. Both were entered in the six-furlong Regret (Filly and Mare Sprint—Dirt Division), one of […]

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MATCH Series Championship To Be Decided By Regret Stakes Showdown

The only two MATCH Series competitors with two wins each in their respective divisions are poised to have a major impact in the Sept. 28 championship round at Monmouth Park, and both have a home field advantage—they’ve been stabled at the New Jersey track all season. Monmouth will host the last of five series legs […]

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Kentucky Downs: Heavenly Love Returns, Valadorna Tries Turf

Heavenly Love won a Kentucky Downs maiden race last year as a 2-year-old, then was the romping winner of Keeneland’s Grade 1 Darley Alcibiades on dirt in her next start. Now Debby Oxley’s filly will try to get back in the winner’s circle in Kentucky Downs’ $300,000 Dueling Grounds Oaks on Sept. 9. Also among […]

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Beyond Blame Gives Geroux, Cox Graded Stakes Double In Regret

Following an earlier win on the card with Mr. Misunderstood in the G2 Wise Dan, trainer Brad Cox and jockey Florent Geroux found their way back to the winner’s circle with Beyond Blame in the G3 Regret Stakes. A 3-year-old daughter of Blame, the 7-2 favorite ran down the frontrunner in the stretch to win […]

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Walsh Confident Honorable Duty In ‘Top Form’ Heading Into Stephen Foster

Honorable Duty joined a list of 55 horses that eventual Horse of the Year Gun Runner defeated in 2017 after finishing second in the $500,000 Stephen Foster Handicap presented by GE Appliances (GI) but trainer Brendan Walsh hopes the 6-year-old can redeem himself in Saturday’s 37th running of the 1 1/8-mile race at Churchill Downs. […]

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Sweeping Paddy Scores Easily In Regret

Pacella Racing, Frank Jones and Frank Shoop’s Sweeping Paddy finally ran back to her impressive maiden effort last fall at Kentucky Downs, winning this Saturday night’s G3 Regret Stakes by almost four lengths on the wire. The sophomore daughter of Paddy O’Prado, ridden by Luis Saez for trainer Dale Romans, covered nine furlongs on Churchill’s […]

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Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: A Few Years In, Walsh’s Training Career Full Of Promise

When jockey Brian Hernandez Jr. turned for home aboard 3-year-old filly Auntie Joy in the Grade 3 Regret at Churchill Downs, trainer Brendan Walsh allowed himself to be cautiously optimistic. By then, the homebred for Sanford Robertson had led for the entirety of the 1 1/8-mile turf contest in a departure from her usual closing […]

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