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Dream Dancing Fights To The Wire To Win Del Mar Oaks

John Oxley’s homebred filly Dream Dancing scored the biggest victory of her career on Saturday, fighting down the length of the stretch to nail a blanket finish over Beau Recall and Madam Dancealot in the Grade 1 Del Mar Oaks. The 3-year-old daughter of Tapit, ridden by Julien Leparoux for trainer Mark Casse, covered nine […]

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Mohaymen Scheduled For Return To Kentucky After Colt Was Eased In Alydar

Trainer Kiaran McLaughlin reported Monday that Mohaymen will travel to Shadwell Farm in Kentucky in the upcoming days as his owner, Shadwell Stable, decides his future. The 4-year-old son of Tapit returned to the dirt in Sunday’s $100,000 Alydar at Saratoga, where he finished last in the five-horse field after being eased to the wire […]

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Gainesway, Whisper Hill Join Partnership In Belmont Stakes Winner Tapwrit

Antony Beck’s Gainesway and Mandy Pope’s Whisper Hill Farm have acquired interests in Bridlewood Farm, Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners, and Robert V. LaPenta’s Belmont Stakes (G1) winner and Travers Stakes (G1) contender Tapwrit, the partners announced Aug. 7. Gainesway and Whisper Hill will join Bridlewood, Eclipse, and LaPenta in racing the son of Gainesway’s three-time champion […]

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Dispersal Buy Conquest Big E Dominates Gulfstream’s Coast Is Clear Handicap

Tommy Roberts’ Conquest Big E offer his second straight dominating triumph at Gulfstream Park Sunday, coasting to a comfortable seven-length victory in the $50,000 Coast is Clear Handicap. The 4-year-old gelding ran a mile in 1:35.10 under Jilver Chamafi, likely earning a trip to Saratoga for his next start. Conquest Big E, a $700,000 yearling purchase […]

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Del Mar: Unique Bella Back Jogging, Targeting Fall Campaign

The talented Unique Bella, who had been sidelined since early March due to sore shins, has resumed jogging at Del Mar with an eye toward a fall campaign, according to a report in the Daily Racing Form. The Jerry Hollendorfer trainee has not raced since capturing the G3 Santa Ysabel Stakes March 4. In that race, […]

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Iron Fist Fends Off Texas Chrome In Cornhusker Handicap

Whispering Oaks Farm’s Iron Fist tracked the pacesetter in Saturday evening’s G3 Cornhusker Handicap at Prairie Meadows, then launched clear in the lane to hold off a late run from Texas Chrome, winning by two lengths at the wire. Ridden by Ricardo Santana for trainer Steve Asmussen, the 5-year-old son of Tapit covered 1 1/8 […]

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‘Bigger And Stronger’ Time And Motion Headlines Modesty Handicap At Arlington

Trainer Jimmy Toner will saddle two starters Saturday at Arlington International Racecourse for the Ride to the Million presented by Miller Lite. Phillips Racing Partnership’s homebred Grade I-winner Time and Motion will contest the Grade III $100,000 Modesty Handicap, while Darby Dan Farm Racing’s Manitoulin will make his graded-stakes debut in the Grade III $100,000 […]

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Unique Bella Cerca De Regresar A La Pista, Pudiera Reaparecer En Septiembre

Muchos se habían preguntado por la recuperación y el eventual retorno de Unique Bella. La hija de Tapit, propiedad de Don Alberto Stable, ha progresado bastante luego de la lesión en una de las cañas que la sacó de acción a finales de Marzo. Su entrenador Jerry Hollendorfer estima que la tordilla pudiera reiniciar su entrenamiento […]

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Unique Bella ‘Doing Very Well’; Long-Term Goal Could Be Sept. 23 Cotillion

Don Alberto Stable’s talented sophomore filly Unique Bella had to be withdrawn from consideration from both the Santa Anita Oaks and the Kentucky Oaks with shin soreness, but it appears the daughter of Tapit will be returning to training soon. According to bloodhorse.com, Unique Bella has been walking the shed row at Santa Anita and visiting […]

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TCI: Belmont Stakes, Triple Crown Wrap

Jon & Joel discuss the results of the Belmont Stakes and wrap another Triple Crown season. Did their system of indicating stamina hold true? They also look forward with this year’s 3-year-old division, and preview TCI’s upcoming annual Breeders’ Cup series.

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