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The bay filly is 3-2-0 in five starts since finishing her 10th in her debut on July 3 at Belmont Park. Manny Franco, who rode her in the last two races, will have the return call from post 4. Pletcher's other entry, Overnegotiate, was second in her stakes
Purchased for $400,000 at the 2016 OBS April Sale for 2-year-olds in training, the 3-year-old daughter of High Cotton is out of West Side Dancer, the dam of three stakes winners from her first four foals, including multiple-stakes winner Travelin Man, who
“Everything is in play for these two horses — the Woodford Reserve on Derby Day at Churchill is a Grade 1 I have interest in with both these horses. Down the road, races like the Manhattan at a mile and a quarter. Beach Patrol is already proven at a mile
Jockey Paco Lopez (Dickinson): “They just told me to try the best you can. You’ll figure out when the gates open. My race was perfect. I was in perfect position and I wanted to wait because I saw [jockey Javier] Castellano moved a little early [on Sandiva
“He’s a runner. The way this horse is, he wants to bury you down. If you look him in the eye, he’s going to bury you down. Every jockey that gets on top of him, they tell me the same thing.” “He’s home. I told [jockey Edgard Zayas], ‘Once you put that hea
There will also be a carryover in the Super Hi 5 of $3,822.40 going into Sunday's first race. The Rainbow 6 carryover jackpot is paid out only when there is a single unique ticket sold with all six winners. On days when there is no unique ticket, 70 perce
Tapa Tapa Tapa, bred in Kentucky by Patricia Pavlish and owned by her Beau Ravine outfit, paid $21.40 to win. Her time of 1:39.91 for the mile-and-40-yards was .55 seconds off the stakes record. Tapa Tapa Tapa is trained by Timothy Hamm. “We knew what Mr.
Inspector Lynley paid $9.60 to win after touring the mile-and-a-sixteenth in 1:40.65. It was the second consecutive Tampa Bay Stakes triumph for McGaughey and breeder-owner Phipps Stable, which bred and owns Inspector Lynley in partnership with Stuart S.
McCraken paid $5 to win as the betting favorite in the field of nine sophomores. Owner Janis Whitham of Whitham Thoroughbreds, who bred the son of Ghostzapper-Ivory Empress, by Seeking the Gold, headed a large contingent of Whithams in town to watch the r
Fellow Hall of Famer conditioner William Mott will be represented in the $100,000 Suncoast Stakes on the main track by promising 3-year-old filly Elate, who achieved a superior Beyer Speed Figure of 88 in her career debut in November at Aqueduct while win