Puerto Rican native Irad Ortiz, Jr. just notched his 1,000th North American victory Sunday at Aqueduct. The 23-year-old booted Rudy Rodriguez-trained Island Therapy across the wire first in the fifth race for the milestone. Two races later, he rode stablemate … Continue reading →
With a strategy of focusing on “horses for courses” Steven Levine of Flushing landed on 20-1 morning-line longshot Res Judicata in yesterday's seventh race at Aqueduct to secure his first NYRA Handicapping tournament victory and a guaranteed seat to the … Continue reading →
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Speaking from his barn at Belmont Park on Sunday, trainer Christophe Clement was in good spirits discussing his dual threat for next Saturday's Grade 1, $500,000 Cigar Mile Handicap in multiple graded stakes winner Tonalist and consistent miler Red Vine. … Continue reading →
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Terry Hamilton's Heart to Heart, a fan favorite for both his on-track success and the distinctive heart-shaped star that adorns his forehead, bids for a Churchill Downs hat trick when he takes on eight rivals in the 38th running of … Continue reading →
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Watts Humphrey Jr.'s multiple Grade II-winning homebred mare Frivolous was entered Sunday to defend her title against a dozen fillies and mares in Thursday's 100th running of the $200,000 Falls City Handicap Presented by TwinSpires.com (GII) at Churchill Downs, but … Continue reading →
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Steeplechase jockey Bryan Cooper came to the rescue of fellow rider Robbie Power after both went down at Gowran Park on Saturday. Power's leg became entangled in the stirrups of his mount Nerverrushacon when the horse fell over Cooper's horse … Continue reading →
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Dawalan, a 5-year-old gelding, won Saturday's Grade I Colonial Cup for steeplechasers by 5 1/4 lengths over his stablemate Rawnaq, according to the National Steeplechase Organization. Dawalan was piloted by Ross Geraghty, Rawnaq by Sean McDermott, and both are trained … Continue reading →
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