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By John Furgele One race was full of drama, the other lacked it as the Meadowlands hosted the $250,000 Graduate Series finals for pacers and trotters. First up were the pacers and the field of 10 was all business with Working On A Mystery setting the hot pace, blasting to the front and hitting the half in what track announcer Ken Warkentin described as a “dazzling“ 52.3 half. The big favorite, Bettor’s Wish, began to move but the 10 post proved to be too tough to overcome. In the stretch, Hurrikane Emperor shook loose to take command and pull away
By Richard Rosenblatt So long Belmont Park. It’s been a short and sweet Keeneland. Happy opening weekend Del Mar, and we’re looking forward to a full 40-day meet at Saratoga. In a week that revealed several top jockeys, including Flavien Prat and Luis Saez, had tested positive for COVID-19, and raised concerns about the safety and well-being of so many in the racing industry, there was still plenty of great horses performing superbly on the dirt, on the turf, and particularly on the road to the Kentucky Derby. On Saturday, Art Collector overtook the filly Swiss Skydiver in the stretch
By Lynne Snierson Abel Cedillo jumped into the deep end of the pool by uprooting his family and moving his tack from the Northern California circuit, where he was a fixture for 10 years and leading rider, to the far more competitive Southern California tracks last summer. Right away the other jockeys in the room at Del Mar pronounced him a future star. But they weren’t psychic. Cedillo’s soft hands, good seat, and knack of getting horses to relax and run for him were apparent immediately to almost everyone. The decision to step up his career, made with the backing
By Richard Rosenblatt Art Collector came through with a masterpiece in the $600,000 Toyota Blue Grass Stakes (G2) at Keeneland on Saturday, rolling past the filly Swiss Skydiver near the eighth-pole and cruising to a 3 ½-length victory. Sent off as the second choice just behind slight favorite Swiss Skydiver, Art Collector stamped himself as a Kentucky Derby (G1) contender by earning 100 qualifying points to move onto the leaderboard at No. 4. The 3-year-old colt extended his winning streak to three in a row and prevented Swiss Skydiver from becoming the first filly to win the 1 1/8-mile Blue
By Richard Rosenblatt War of Will back in the winner’s circle … The Haskell is coming, the Haskell is coming … The Brad and Flo show at Indiana Grand … Belmont’s closing weekend … Tiz the Law resumes training … racist post from Kentucky horseman … A look at some news, notes, quotes and anecdotes from the world of horse racing this week, with a peek ahead. Where there’s a way there’s a (War of) Will Carrying a five-race losing streak since a victory in the Preakness Stakes (G1) 14 months ago, War of Will is back in the winner’s
By Margaret Ransom Peter Callaghan’s multiple Grade 2-winning filly Swiss Skydiver was among the 13 names dropped into Keeneland’s entry box for Saturday’s $600,000 Toyota Blue Grass Stakes (G2) and she was promptly made the 3-1 morning line favorite in her first starts against the opposite sex. Swiss Skydiver’s conditioner, Kenny McPeek, also trains the promising Ashland Stakes (G1) contender Envoutante and had expressed his intent to keep the two fillies apart as long as possible. So with Swiss Skydiver riding a three-race win streak that includes the Gulfstream Park Oaks (G2), Fantasy Stakes (G2) and Santa Anita Oaks (G1),