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Going, Going, Gone: Former Classic Starter Charge It Eye-Popping Winner Of Dwyer Stakes

Whisper Hill Farm’s homebred Charge It made amends for his last out 17th-place finish in the Grade 1 Kentucky Derby (G1) by posting an authoritative 23-length victory in the $250,000 Dwyer (G3) Saturday at Belmont Park. The eye-opening triumph in the one-mile test for 3-year-olds came just minutes after Mandy Pope’s Whisper Hill Farm notched […]

Souper Hoity Toity Provides Trainer Mark Casse With Fifth Straight Selene Win

Trainer Mark Casse continued his dominance of the Selene Stakes (G3) at Woodbine, scoring a fifth consecutive victory in Saturday’s $150,900 edition of the race with Souper Hoity Toity. The Uncle Mo filly won by three-quarters of a length from 11-10 favorite Catiche after both went were hung very wide on the first turn, six- […]

Hall Of Famer Attfield Registers 2,000th Career Victory With Dead-Heat In Nassau Stakes

Jockey Emma-Jayne Wilson put it perfectly when she was interviewed in the winner’s circle following Lady Speightspeare’s dead-heat victory with Graham Motion-trained Crystal Cliffs in Saturday’s Grade 2, $175,000 Nassau Stakes at Woodbine in Toronto, Ontario. The win was No. 2,000 in trainer Roger Attfield distinguished career, one that includes eight Sovereign Awards as outstanding […]

‘It’s Onward And Upward’: Life Is Good Draws Off In John A. Nerud Win

CHC Inc. and WinStar Farm’s multiple Grade 1 winner Life Is Good proved to be much the best Saturday in a showdown with Grade 1 winner Speaker’s Corner in the $250,000 John A. Nerud, (G2) for older horses at Belmont Park. Trained by Hall of Famer Todd Pletcher and piloted for the first time by […]

Midnight Stroll Outlasts Shotgun Hottie In Delaware Oaks

Coming off a troubled ninth in Pimlico’s Grade 2 Black-Eyed Susan Stakes on May 20, Midnight Stroll and Eric Cancel held off Shotgun Hottie and Trevor McCarthy by a head to win the 71st running of the Grade 3, $300,000 Delaware Oaks on Saturday at Delaware Park in Wilmington, Del. Morning Matcha rallied from last […]

Belmont Stakes Winner Mo Donegal Sidelined With Bone Bruising

Donegal Racing and Repole Stable’s Mo Donegal, who scored a dominant three-length victory in the Belmont Stakes (G1) June 11, came out of New York’s 1 1/2-mile Triple Crown finale with bone bruising and will be out of training for 60 days. Jerry Crawford, CEO of Donegal Racing, and Mike Repole said Saturday that they […]

Once-Beaten Becca Taylor Favored In Monday’s Great Lady M. At Los Alamitos

Owner-breeder Nick Alexander and trainer Steve Miyadi will try for their second stakes win of the Los Angeles County Fair meet when they send out Becca Taylor in the $200,000-guaranteed Great Lady M. Monday at Los Alamitos in Cypress, Calif. A Grade 2 for fillies and mares – 3-year-olds & up – at 6 ½ […]

Woodbine: Frosted Over An Easy Winner Of Friday’s Dominion Day

Frosted Over, under leading rider Kazushi Kimura, drew away from his foes with ease to take the Grade 3 $156,600 Dominion Day Stakes, on Canada Day Friday at Woodbine. During post parade, Frosted Over was on his toes, looking ready to put in a top performance. Down the lane in the 1 1/8-mile main track […]