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By Lynne Snierson The rocky Road to the Kentucky Derby on the first Saturday in May takes many twists and turns over several months, and on Sunday it cuts through Oklahoma, where Remington Park hosts the $400,000 Springboard Mile for a full field of 12 juveniles trying to make a name for themselves while vying for qualifying points. “I call this race the Super Early Derby Prep,” said Madaket Stables’ Sol Kumin, who recently contacted Robert LaPenta to partner on Answer In, the 5-2 early favorite despite being one of the least experienced 2-year-old colts and geldings all turning 3
By Ed McNamara My mother always stressed the importance of making a good first impression, which I did in last week’s debut column. I recommended a $40 play on Aqueduct’s late pick 3, and it cost only $30 after one of my horses scratched. The $1 pick 3 paid a bountiful $226 after Lake Avenue ($10.80, Demoiselle), Shotski ($19.60, Remsen) and Maximum Security ($4.60, Cigar Mile) all led wire to wire. Net gain: $196. I also played a $1 double from the Demoiselle to the Remsen, and a $15 outlay returned a tasty $103.25. (Sorry for not touting you on
By John Furgele The stakes racing season is over in harness racing; it concluded when 9-1 long shot Shake That House prevailed in the $355,000 Progress Pace at Dover Downs on Nov. 27. Stakes races dominate harness racing from late spring through the fall. There is the build-up to the Hambletonian, which comes early in the season. After that first Saturday in August, stakes races continue at various tracks throughout North America with the top horses visiting several of them. For top filly pacer and Horse of the Year candidate Shartin N; one week she’s racing at Plainridge Park (Massachusetts),
By Ed McNamara My mother always stressed the importance of making a good first impression, which I did in last week’s debut column. I recommended a $40 play on Aqueduct’s late pick 3, and it cost only $30 after one of my horses scratched. The $1 pick 3 paid a bountiful $226 after Lake Avenue ($10.80, Demoiselle Stakes), Shotski ($19.60, Remsen) and Maximum Security ($4.60, Cigar Mile) all led wire to wire. Net gain: $196. I also played a $1 double from the Demoiselle to the Remsen, and a $15 outlay returned a tasty $103.25. (Sorry for not touting you
By Mike Farrell Tis the season when many of us are busy shopping and planning for the rapidly-approaching holidays. Gulfstream Park is no different. Racing’s winter showcase on Florida’s East Coast is also in preparatory mode, starting this Saturday with five stakes that will help set the table for the Pegasus World Cup festival on Jan. 25. Both Bodexpress and Prince Lucky will use the $100,000 Harlan’s Holiday (G3) as a potential springboard to the $9 million Pegasus World Cup (G1). The biggest moment of fame, or notoriety depending on your perspective, for Bodexpress was the Preakness (G1) when he
By Ray Wallin The year is 1898. It is the middle of summer in the south of England, the Summer Bank Holiday which is one of the busiest racing and betting days in England. You’ve perused the paper and made your picks. The only thing left is to ring up your local bookie and place your bets, especially the ones at the new Trodmore Hunt meet, which was to begin on Aug. 1. All well and good — that is, if the track you are betting actually exists. As long as there have been sporting events, there have been hoaxes.
Gulfstream Park: Fort Lauderdale Stakes ,$200,000 ,3&up ,9f Turf
Gulfstream Park: Sugar Swirl Stakes ,$100,000 ,3&up f/m ,6f Dirt
Gulfstream Park: Rampart Stakes ,$100,000 ,3&up f/m ,8f Dirt
Japan Racing Association: Turquoise Stakes ,$673,000 ,3&up f/m ,8f Turf
Japan Racing Association: Asahi Hai Futurity Stakes ,$1,324,000 ,2yo ,8f Turf
Woodbine: Valedictory Stakes ,$125,000 ,3&up ,14f AW
Gulfstream Park: Mr. Prospector Stakes ,$100,000 ,3&up ,7f Dirt
Japan Racing Association: Hanshin Cup ,$1,262,000 ,3&up ,7f Turf
Japan Racing Association: Arima Kinen ,$5,635,000 ,3&up ,12.5f Turf