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By Margaret Ransom The Breeders’ Cup may be over, but stakes action at racetracks across the country continues with exciting added-money action taking place at from coast to coast. Churchill Offers Commonwealth On Turf The lone graded stakes on Saturday is at Churchill Downs, where a full field of 14 is expected to head postward after 16 were entered on Wednesday for the $175,000 Commonwealth Turf Stakes (G3). Calumet Farm’s Tracksmith was labeled the 5-1 morning line favorite for the 1 1/16-mile test. The sophomore son of Street Sense, who is trained by Joe Sharp, was second in the Jefferson
By Ray Wallin Whether you are a causal horseplayer or you make your living playing the races, it is only natural to root for your horse. When he wins it is OK to celebrate a bit, with moderation of course. Likewise, if you lose a tidy sum of money on the race it is only natural to be upset. Previously, we looked at some crazy horseplayers at the track, but we have found some more entertaining folks for you to emulate! In my days on the Monmouth Park grandstand apron there was one guy who always seemed to find me,
US Racing Team As trainer Chad Brown put it so succinctly moments after Bricks and Mortar won the $4 million Breeders’ Cup Turf (G1), it’s a “no-brainer.’’ The question: Does he deserve to be Horse of the Year? “I think after what you saw, with his victory and some other defeats,’’ he said, “I think it’s a no brainer.” Bricks and Mortar came into the 1 ½-mile Distaff unbeaten in all five of his starts this year. He rallied in a thrilling stretch drive under Irad Ortiz, Jr., and collared 50-1 long shot United in the final yards to win
By Mike Farrell The Breeders’ Cup came up about 200 yards short of perfection. On a glorious sun-splashed day in Southern California, divisional championships were won and lost over the course of Breeders’ Cup Saturday. Everything was running smoothly until the end. The collective breath the industry and its fans had been holding was about to be exhaled. Racing would show the world it could raise the bar and reach perfection with respect to equine safety. Then came the Classic and what could have been the defining moment of the weekend as Vino Rosso surged to victory. It was euphoria
US Racing Team Despite new safety precautions implemented before the Breeders’ Cup, a fatal injury occurred at Santa Anita Park when Mongolian Groom suffered a broken left hind leg during the $6 million Classic and was euthanized Saturday night after being evaluated by a team of veterinarians. Mongolian Groom was pulled up by jockey Abel Cedillo in the stretch of the 14th and final race on Breeders’ Cup weekend, the industry’s premier event that was nationally televised on NBC. Vino Rosso won the Classic, with favorite McKinzie second. Mongolian Groom was vanned off the track and taken to the track’s
By Richard Rosenblatt Cheers! Vino Rosso stormed past favorite McKinzie in the stretch and rolled to an open-lengths victory in the $6 million Breeders’ Cup Classic on Saturday at Santa Anita Park, capping a two-day, 14-race, $30 million racing extravaganza. In one of the most wide-open Classics in the 36-year history of the race, it was Vino Rosso and jockey Irad Oritz, Jr., who vindicated the 4-year-old colt’s last outing in the Jockey Club Gold Cup (G1) in which he finished first but was disqualified to second in favor of Code of Honor. While Code of Honor was among the
Churchill Downs: River City Handicap ,$125,000 ,3&up ,9f Turf
Japan Racing Association: Tokyo Sports Hai Nisai Stakes ,$619,000 ,2yo ,9f Turf
Del Mar: Bob Hope Stakes ,$100,000 ,2yo ,7f Dirt
Japan Racing Association: Mile Championship ,$2,075,000 ,3&up ,8f Turf
Woodbine: Kennedy Road Stakes ,$175,000 ,3&up ,6f AW
Japan Racing Association: Radio Nikkei Hai Kyoto Nisai Stakes ,$619,000 ,2yo ,10f Turf
Aqueduct: Red Smith ,$200,000 ,3&up ,11f Turf
Del Mar: Native Diver Stakes ,$100,000 ,3&up ,9f Dirt
Japan Racing Association: Japan Cup ,$5,635,000 ,3&up ,12f Turf
Japan Racing Association: Keihan Hai ,$737,000 ,3&up ,6f Turf
Woodbine: Bessarabian Stakes ,$175,000 ,3&up f/m ,7f AW