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Kentucky Oaks Trainer Quotes

Kenny McPeek, trainer of Daddys Lil Darling (2nd) – “I like winning races, but she ran fantastic.” Bill Mott, trainer of Lockdown (3rd) – “I’m really pleased. We came in a bit of an underdog and she really ran well. She was maybe eight lengths back. I los


Kentucky Derby Update with Post Position Draw Quotes 5/3

KENTUCKY DERBY NOTES ALWAYS DREAMING/PATCH/TAPWRIT – Florida Derby (GI) hero Always Dreaming continued his early morning routine of training right when the track opens (5:45) and gallops under exercise rider Nick Bush with a special set of “draw reins” at


Kentucky Derby Update: Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Later Tuesday morning, 14 fillies were entered for Friday’s $1 million Longines Kentucky Oaks (Grade I) with Steven Sarkowsky and Pam and Marty Wygod’s Paradise Woods being made the 5-2 morning-line favorite. Also, Juddmonte Farms’ Lockdown had a three-fu


Royal Squeeze Returns a Winner in Jeblar

Rated second down the backstretch while Florida Cup winner Tiger Blood set fractions of :22.84 and :45.10, Royal Squeeze took the lead entering the stretch and drove home to a 1 ¾ length victory. Tiger Blood held on for second while Mylute finished third.


Kentucky Derby Update: Monday, May 1, 2017

Following the 8 o’clock track maintenance renovation break, with the track labeled as “good,” Hence worked a half-mile in :48.40. Completing the morning workers was Sonneteer, who covered the distance with a best-of-22 time of :47. Arriving at Churchill D


Classic Rock Ready to Roll in Friday’s Roar Stakes

“It was disappointing, but what are you going to do? The important thing is he’s training good now and we’re glad to get him back to the races,” trainer Kathy Ritvo said. Classic Rock, who is slated to face eight 3-year-olds in the seven-furlong Roar, is


Gulfstream Sets Record Championship Meet Handle of $867 Million

Gulfstream’s total handle for its 2016-2017 Championship Meet was up 7.34 percent from last year’s record total handle of $807 million. “The Championship Meet was extraordinary for its mix of world-class racing, events and entertainment,” said P.J. Campo,


There Was No Stopping Wait in Sunday’s Feature

“I told Edgar before the race, ‘Don’t think for one second that he’s not good enough to beat these horses, because he is good enough,’” trainer Stanley Gold said. “This was not a surprise; it was affirmation.” Sent to post as the 5-2 second choice, Wait a


Quotes for the $1 Million Toyota Blue Grass (G2)

Doug O’Neill (winning trainer) “He’s a son of Tiznow, and he has a ton of ability. The fact he was still a maiden was kind of unfortunate, but he’s always been a talented horse. (Jockey) Julien (Leparoux) gave him a great ride. Unbelievable.” On whether I


Wood Memorial presented by NYRA Bets (G2) Quotes

"I haven't spoken to Rajiv yet, but he looked like he was pretty confident. He probably could have waited a little longer, if he had needed to. It seemed like he had a lot of horse. I think the equipment change [to a figure 8 bridle] probably helped. It g

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