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By Richard Rosenblatt The $750,000 Jockey Club Gold Cup (G1) has a rich history of champions, from Man o’ War to Kelso to Forego to Cigar to Curlin. Triple Crown winners – five of them, including Citation and Affirmed — have gone on to take what usually turns out to be Belmont Park’s showcase race of the Fall Meeting. While a horse of such star power won’t be in the field for Saturday’s 101st edition of the 1 ¼-mile Gold Cup, three Hall of Fame trainers are set to saddle a total of four horses in the Breeders’ Cup Challenge
By US Racing Team Math Wizard came sweeping around the final turn on the far outside and poured on the speed in the stretch to pull off a huge upset in the $1 million Pennsylvania Derby (G1) on Saturday at Parx Racing. Dismissed in the wagering at 31-1 in a field of six 3-year-olds that included Preakness (G1) winner War of Will and slight favorite Improbable, Math Wizard paid huge dividends for his owners and trainer Saffie Joseph Jr., who claimed the colt for $25,000 in January. “I’ve got to retire now! I feel blessed. I’m at a loss for
By Richard Rosenblatt What else would you expect from the 3-year-old crowd? The latest installment in this wild and crazy season of 3-year-olds saw disqualified Kentucky Derby winner Maximum Security knocked out Saturday’s $1 million Pennsylvania Derby (G1) from a non-career threatening bout of colic. “So disappointing, a big blow,’’ said two-time Triple Crown winning trainer Bob Baffert. “Maximum Security, in my opinion, was the horse to beat, the leading 3-year-old.’’ Baffert’s Improbable inherited the morning-line favorite’s role for the 1 1/8-mile race that also features Preakness (G1) winner War of Will and Mr. Money, winner of four straight Grade
Announcing! GRANTS PASS, Ore. – Sept. 19, 2019 – Grants Pass Downs kicks off its first ever commercial race meet this Sunday, Sept. 22. The eight-race opening day program will feature the TMB Inaugural, with a full field of 8 thoroughbreds competing for a purse of $11,650 at a distance of five and one-half furlongs. Races will be held every Sunday and Monday through Nov. 4, with 14 race days scheduled in total for the meet and all post times at 1 p.m. Admission is $4, and parking is free. Following the announced closure of Portland Meadows in Portland, Oregon, earlier
By Lynne Snierson Sophie Doyle has every reason to be protective of Street Band. She knows that by taking good care of her, the 3-year-old filly just may take her back to the Breeders’ Cup. “No one else works her,” said Doyle, Street Band’s regular rider who will be back aboard the Larry Jones-trainee when they compete in the $1 million Cotillion Stakes (G1) on Saturday at Parx Racing as part of the stacked Pennsylvania Derby Day card. Doyle is the most recent female rider to have a Breeders’ Cup mount, having piloted Fioretti to a 13th place finish in
By Ray Wallin Whether you are a casual racing fan or you make your living playing the races, the Breeders’ Cup offers great excitement and value. One of the original seven Breeders’ Cup races, the BC Sprint has always featured hot fractions and fulfilled our “need for speed.” #1 Only the Shadow Knows In 1990, Safely Kept got out to the early lead only to be challenged through the entire stretch drive by Dayjur. Dayjur looks like he has the race won until he jumps over a shadow and loses a step late. These two were nose to nose
Japan Racing Association: All Comers Stakes ,$1,262,000 ,3&up ,11f Turf
Japan Racing Association: Kobe Shimbun Hai ,$1,023,000 ,3yo ,12f Turf
Woodbine: Ontario Derby ,$125,000 ,3yo ,9f AW
Woodbine: Durham Cup Stakes ,$125,000 ,3&up ,9f AW
Japan Racing Association: Sirius Stakes ,$673,000 ,3&up ,10f Dirt
Hastings Racecourse: Ballerina Stakes ,$100,000 ,3&up f/m ,9f Dirt
Hastings Racecourse: British Columbia Premiers ,$100,000 ,3&up ,11f Dirt
Japan Racing Association: Sprinters Stakes ,$2,075,000 ,3&up ,6f Turf
Remington Park: Oklahoma Derby ,$400,000 ,3yo ,9f Dirt
Remington Park: Remington Park Oaks ,$200,000 ,3yo f ,8.5f Dirt