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Sophomores Majestic Dunhill, America’s Tale Score Black Type On Salute The Troops Day

R A Hill Stable’s Majestic Dunhill, a sprint stakes winner on the grass this summer, transferred his success to the main track with a last-to-first half-length upset in Saturday’s $100,000 City of Laurel at Laurel Park. The City of Laurel for 3-year-olds and the $100,000 Safely Kept for 3-year-old fillies, both at seven furlongs, were […]

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Teresa Z Dominates Turnback The Alarm Handicap At Aqueduct

St. Elias Stable’s Teresa Z stalked the early speed and made a strong move out of the final turn before gearing down for a six-length win in the 24th running of the Grade 3, $150,000 Turnback the Alarm Handicap on Saturday at Aqueduct Racetrack. Out of the gate, Bishop’s Pond did the heavy lifting, leading […]

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Trick Rider? McCarthy Hops Aboard Rival Horse In Attempt To Avoid Spill At Laurel

Jockeys Trevor McCarthy and Jevian Toledo, who have combined to win the last four overall riding championships in Maryland, got tangled up in the stretch during Thursday’s third race at Laurel Park that saw McCarthy avoid injury after briefly landing on the back of a rival horse.  McCarthy was aboard 3-year-old Galileo filly Decorating, a […]

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‘Ecstatic’ Katie Davis Wins First Race Back After 10 Months On Sidelines

Jockey Katie Davis made a successful return to the irons on Friday, rallying Winners Circle Partners XII’s His Royal Majesty to a tenacious nose victory in the sixth race at Laurel Park in Maryland, her first mount in more than 10 months. After settling His Royal Majesty in third along the rail through a half-mile […]

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Jockey McCarthy To Stay In New York After Aqueduct Success

Jockey Trevor McCarthy tells the Daily Racing Form‘s David Grening that after a successful winter and spring at Aqueduct, he’s planning to remain in New York. He had previously been based in Maryland. The rider got 42 wins between both meets, including six stakes. Despite the depth of the jockey colony in New York, McCarthy said […]

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Sand Dancer Overwhelms Favored Fifty In Woodhaven

Seagull Capital’s Sand Dancer overtook 6-5 favorite Fifty in the stretch and outkicked a challenging Archaggelos to capture the fourth running of the $100,000 Woodhaven for 3-year-olds on Saturday at Aqueduct Racetrack. Sand Dancer stayed close to pacesetter Fifty, who led the four-horse field through the opening quarter-mile in 25.38 seconds and the half in […]

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170 Kentucky Oaks Points Up For Grabs In Aqueduct’s Gazelle

William Wilmot and Joan Taylor’s Midnight Disguise will go for her third straight stakes win and first graded stakes victory in headlining a field of six 3-year-old fillies in the Grade 2, $300,000 Gazelle on Saturday, Wood Memorial Day, at Aqueduct Racetrack. One of five graded stakes on the blockbuster card, headlined by the Grade […]

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Skyler’s Scramjet Takes Tom Fool In Graded Stakes Debut

SJB Stable and Marcello Micozzi’s Skyler’s Scramjet won his graded stakes debut in impressive fashion, gaining the lead out of the turn and outkicking Do Share in the stretch to capture the 43rd running of the Grade 3, $200,000 Tom Fool Handicap for 4-year-olds and up on Saturday at Aqueduct Racetrack. Veteran graded stakes winner […]

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Midnight Disguise Earns Oaks Points With Busher Victory

Midnight Disguise rallied from last to earn her second straight stakes win, charging home a 1 ¾-length winner in the 39th running of the $200,000 Busher for 3-year-old fillies at a mile on Saturday at Aqueduct Racetrack. Under regular jockey Trevor McCarthy, Midnight Disguise was unhurried through the early going, settling at the back of the pack as California invader […]

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Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: McCarthy Follows Shared Family Dreams

Jockey Trevor McCarthy’s willingness to leave Maryland success for an uncertain New York venture stems from his desire to attain heights his father only dreamt of. Michael said he was “scratching for every mount” during a riding career that stretched from 1982-2002. He spent 10 years at Finger Lakes, the rest at tracks scattered throughout […]

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