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Auntie Joy All The Way In Regret Stakes

Sanford R. Robertson’s Auntie Joy was the 1 1/4-length winner of Saturday night’s Grade 3 Regret Stakes at Churchill Downs. A sophomore daughter of Uncle Mo, the Brendan Walsh trainee covered nine furlongs over the firm turf course in 1:49.24 under jockey Brian Hernandez. “We’re delighted with her,” said Walsh. “She was sitting on a […]

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Weekend Lineup: Songbird Returns, Seven Contest Stephen Foster

This weekend’s graded stakes action is highlighted by both the return of undefeated juvenile champion Songbird, sidelined with a fever after the Santa Anita Oaks in April, and by Churchill Downs’ Grade 1 Stephen Foster on Saturday evening. The first graded stake Saturday afternoon is the Grade 3 Poker Stakes at Belmont Park, at one […]

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Prado’s Sweet Ride Flies Late To Take Regret

Prado’s Sweet Ride flew home to get up in the shadow of the wire in the Grade 3, $100,000 Regret Stakes Saturday night at Churchill Downs. The Regret was the sophomore filly’s graded stakes debut. Sitting well off a pace set first by Urtheoneeyelove, then Lady Zuzu, Prado’s Sweet Ride and jockey Julien Leparoux launched […]

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Stephen Foster Night Winners Exit Races Well

Following an exhilarating night of first-class racing Saturday under the Twin Spires, the equine stars of Stephen Foster Handicap Night at Churchill Downs were reported by their connections to be in good order. In one of the most impressive performances of the year, Randy Patterson’s Moonshine Mullin scored a 1 ¾-length victory in the $552,500 […]

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Aurelia’s Belle Wins Regret Via DQ

A late charge by Aurelia’s Belle that appeared to fall just short was transformed into a victory in Churchill Downs’ $111,900 Regret (GIII) for 3-year-old fillies at 1 1/8 miles on turf when apparent winner A Little Bit Sassy was disqualified from first and placed fourth after track stewards ruled that the latter had interfered […]

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Kitten’s Dumplings Overcomes Wide Trip in Regret

Ken and Sarah Ramsey’s homebred Kitten’s Dumplings, winner of the Edgewood on Kentucky Oaks Day, collected her second stakes win of the Spring Meet when she cruised to a 2 ¼-length victory over Praia in the $113,900 Regret (Grade III) at Churchill Downs. The Regret, which honors the first filly to win the Kentucky Derby […]

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Centre Court powers to victory in Regret

Centre Court put away Colonial Flag within the final furlong to win the $100,000 Regret Stakes (gr. IIIT) by a length at Churchill Downs. Colonial Flag held off Treasured Up by a half-length to take second. Final time for the nine-furlong turf contest was 1:48.25.

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Bizzy Caroline wins Regret Stakes by two lengths

Bizzy Caroline and Manny Cruz posted a two-length victory over Excited and Bouquet Booth in the Grade 3 Regret Stakes at Churchill Downs, giving trainer Ken McPeek his second graded stakes win on the day. Bizzy Caroline covered the mile and one-eighth on the turf in l:49.73 and paid $10.20 to win. More to come. […]

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