sir barton stakes

King For A Day ‘Doing Excellent,’ Poised For Haskell Rematch With Maximum Security

As a fast-rising star in the 3-year-old ranks, King for a Day has earned a shot at proving himself on a bigger stage, trainer Todd Pletcher said. That stage appears as if it will be the July 20 Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Park, which would set up a second showdown with Maximum Security. It […]

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Jammin Still Carries Trinidadian Dreams Into Queen’s Plate

For years, Derek Chin had hoped he’d one day have the opportunity to win the Queen’s Plate. On Saturday, the owner will get that chance when Jammin Still goes postward in the $1 million Canadian classic at Woodbine Racetrack. The dark bay colt, trained by Kevin Attard, will be a longshot for the 160th edition […]

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King For A Day Runs Down Maximum Security In Pegasus Stakes

The first-place finisher in the 2019 Kentucky Derby was favored at 1-9 on the tote board in Sunday’s $150,000 Pegasus Stakes, but Maximum Security could not deliver and failed to cross the wire first for the first time in his career. Instead, Red Oak Stable homebred King For A Day ran down the favorite in […]

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Fan-Favorite Kingsport Hauls In Steady Growth Triumph At Woodbine

Reunited with his regular reinsman Patrick Husbands, fan-favorite Kingsport hauled down the top trio to kick off his seven-year-old campaign with a victory in the $100,000 Steady Growth Stakes on Saturday afternoon at Woodbine Racetrack. The 1-1/16-mile race set up perfectly for the Sid Attard trainee with a three-horse speed duel up front between Nipigon, […]

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Kingsport Threepeats In Ontario-Sired Sir Barton Stakes

Kingsport earned his third Sir Barton title on Sunday at Woodbine Racetrack with an impressive performance in the $100,000 stakes feature. Trained by Sid Attard for Goldmart Farms and Royal Laser Racing, the six-year-old Milwaukee Brew-Green Jewel gelding first won the Sir Barton in 2015 and also took last year’s edition of the 1-1/16 mile […]

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No Mo Dough Kicks Clear In LARC Sir Barton Stakes

Alex G. Campbell’s No Mo Dough was the impressive 2 3/4-length winner of Saturday’s $100,000 LARC Sir Barton Stakes at Pimlico, kicking clear in a big way in the stretch under jockey Jose Ortiz. The sophomore son of Uncle Mo covered 1 1/16 miles over the “good” track in 1:44.13 for trainer Graham Motion in […]

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LARC Mantiene Su Compromiso Con El Hipismo Este Sábado En El Sir Barton Stakes

Por segundo año consecutivo, el Latin American Racing Channel (LARC) será patrocinador del Sir Barton Stakes, carrera con $100,000 en premios a disputarse el mismo día del Preakness, Mayo 20, además de que entregarán un cheque por $30,000 a la fundación Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA) como parte de su contínuo compromiso con la industria del […]

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Latin American Racing Channel Sponsoring Sir Barton Stakes, To Present $30K Check To TAA

For the second consecutive year, the Latin American Racing Channel (LARC) will sponsor the $100,000 Sir Barton Stakes on Preakness Day, May 20, while also presenting a $30,000 check to the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA) as part of its continued commitment to the Thoroughbred industry. LARC is also hosting the 2nd Pan American Conference in Washington, […]

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Freitag Sets Track Record In Woodbine’s Sir Barton Stakes

Earle I. Mack’s Freitag unleashed an impressive turn of foot to get up in the final stride and win Saturday’s $125,400 Sir Barton Stakes, at Woodbine. Conditioned by Hall of Fame trainer Mark Frostad, the 17.1 hands tall Giant Gizmo chestnut was next to last as the field turned for home but made up ground […]

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