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By Richard Rosenblatt From three of the most beautiful racetracks on the planet – Del Mar, Saratoga, and Royal Ascot — thoroughbred racing moves forward on Saturday with wagering up and fans flocking to the rail to take in the action. The top race of the day is the $500,000 Coaching Club American Oaks (G1) for 3-year-olds fillies at the Spa with unbeaten Malathaat the 2-5 favorite in a field of four – yes, just a quartet entered for a prestigious race won by champions including Monomoy Girl, Songbird, and Ashado. At Del Mar, there’s a pair of Grade 2
By Margaret Ransom The $250,000 Eddie Read Stakes (G2), one of the Del Mar’s signature turf races for older horses, will be contested for the 48th time on Saturday and a field of seven will break from the gate in the 1 1/8-mile grass feature, including LNJ Foxwoods’ multiple Grade 2 winner United, who won last year’s edition. Named for Del Mar’s longtime publicity director, the race has drawn some of the best grass stars on the West Coast, with a sprinkle of good shippers from the East. Past winners include Wickerr, Tsunami Slew, Al Mamoon, Fly Til Dawn, Tight
By Ray Wallin Are you part of the 95% of people reading this article that do not know that today is World Statistics Day? I made that up, but it sounded good, didn’t it? Mark Twain once quipped “There are three types of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.” You can get the first two from politicians and our good friend Rail Guy. The last one you can get anywhere. You can watch the news and hear about the percentage of kids in a school system that are underperforming and the recent trends for employment and the stock market. At
By Ed McNamara The pedigree screamed turf. Her sire was Irish River, winner of seven Group 1 races in France. Her damsire was Roberto, hero of the 1972 Epsom Derby. It was August 1988, and I couldn’t wait to bet on Meadow Mist. Her career debut was rained off the turf, and she finished far back in the slop. A few weeks later, she was entered in a mile grass race at Saratoga, and it was go time. I touted my friend John Quinn, who said he was on board. This was long before internet accounts and smartphones, so my
By Noel Michaels The Saratoga racing season attracts the best horses and horsemen, not only from New York but from everywhere. Trainers from many circuits point their best horses to Saratoga, and the competition for winners is stiffer there than anywhere else. With the best barns bringing their best stock to the Spa, so many trainers are set to rack up wins in the standings, but who will lead the way? Here is a look at the cream of the training crop at Saratoga – the projected top 10 trainers for meet, which opened last week for a 40-day run.
By Mike Farrell Bill Shannon, the late baseball historian and the “Dean of Official Scorers,” lived by this credo in the ballpark: Always pay close attention because something might unfold that you’ve never seen before. Shannon, who had a mild interest in horse racing, would have been fascinated by the unpredictable events that played out Saturday at New Jersey’s racetracks. Never had there been dual disqualifications on the same day of both apparent winners of two of the state’s premier races. Double DQs. “How about that!” to quote Mel Allen, in keeping with our baseball motif. The chaos started at
Saratoga Race Course: A.P. Smithwick Memorial Steeplechase Handicap ,$150,000 ,4&up ,16.5f Turf
Ascot: Carraig Insurance British Valiant Stakes ,$82,000 ,3&up f/m ,8f Turf
Saratoga Race Course: Lake George Stakes ,$150,000 ,3yo f ,8f Turf
Ascot: King George VI & Queen Elizabeth QIPCO Stakes ,$1,199,000 ,3&up ,12f Turf
Ascot: Princess Margaret Keeneland Stakes ,$55,000 ,2yo f ,6f Turf
Del Mar: Eddie Read Stakes ,$250,000 ,3&up ,9f Turf
Del Mar: San Clemente Stakes ,$200,000 ,3yo f ,8f Turf
Saratoga Race Course: Caress Stakes ,$200,000 ,4&up f/m ,5.5f Turf
Saratoga Race Course: Coaching Club American Oaks ,$500,000 ,3yo f ,9f Dirt
Woodbine: Nassau Stakes ,$175,000 ,4&up f/m ,8f Turf
Japan Racing Association: Ibis Summer Dash ,$808,000 ,3&up ,5f Turf
Saratoga Race Course: Shuvee ,$200,000 ,4&up f/m ,9f Dirt