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Practical Joke Muy Superior A Sus Rivales En La Milla Del Dwyer

Practical Joke demostró que su fuerte es la milla. A pesar de no haber tenido el mejor de los viajes, el hijo de Into Mischief sí tuvo el mejor de los finales para superar con autoridad a sus cuatro rivales del Dwyer S. (G3, $400,000), disputado el sábado 8 en Belmont Park. Conducido por el […]

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Battalion Runner Y Practical Joke Regresan A La Acción En El Dwyer Stakes

El Dwyer Stakes (G3, $400,000) será el primero de cinco eventos selectivos de grado que presentará el hipódromo de Belmont Park este sábado 8. La carrera de 1600 metros, que llega este año a su centésima edición, reunió a cinco potros de tres años, dos de ellos considerados a principios de temporada como interesantes prospectos […]

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Practical Joke Headlines Dwyer Off Fifth-Place Kentucky Derby Effort

Cutting back in distance and set to make his first start since finishing fifth in the Kentucky Derby, Klaravich Stables and William Lawrence’s Practical Joke will lead a field of five in the Grade 3, $400,000 Dwyer for 3-year-olds at one mile on Saturday at Belmont Park. One of five stakes races on the day […]

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Belmont Stakes: True Timber Out With Fever, Pletcher Pair Confirmed To Start

Calumet Farm’s True Timber will not run in the Grade 1, $1.5 million Belmont Stakes, Kiaran McLaughlin said Friday morning. The son of Mineshaft was withdrawn early this morning after being diagnosed with a fever, and will have to wait to make his eighth career start. “He spiked a temperature yesterday,” McLaughlin said. “He didn’t […]

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Tapwrit ‘Solid,’ Meantime ‘Comfortable’ In Breezes For Belmont Stakes

Trainer Todd Pletcher sent out Tapwrit and Patch, his two likely Belmont Stakes contenders, to the Belmont training track Saturday morning in preparation for the Grade 1, $1.5 million “Test of the Champion” on June 10. Tapwrit, winner of the Grade 2 Tampa Bay Derby in March and sixth in the Kentucky Derby last time […]

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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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Takaful Tops Promising Duo For McLaughlin In Jerome

A field of seven newly minted 3-year-olds will look to start 2017 off right on Monday’s special holiday card at Aqueduct Racetrack as New York’s road to the Kentucky Derby makes its first stop of the year in the Grade 3, $150,000 Jerome at a mile and 70 yards on the inner track. As an […]

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