Wednesday, December 18 2013
FOUR $75,000 STAKES TOP SANTA SUPER SATURDAY
• Asmussen (Prayer for Relief), Amoss (Grand Contender) Duel in Tenacious
• Channel Marker, Great Mills, ‘Cash’, Tour Guide to Meet in Bonapaw
• King David, Daddy Nose Best Head ‘Buddy’ Diliberto Memorial ‘Cap
• Class Included, Artemus Kitten Top Blushing K. D. ‘Cap
Sunday, December 15 2013
Playa Del Rey Stakes Quotes
VICTOR ESPINOZA, TEDDY'S PROMISE, Winner: "Today she was ready to go and did everything right. When she feels like running, she runs. She's really honest and an old pro. It's amazing how (Ellis) takes his time with her and gets her ready for a race."
Gulfstream Today 12.15
Coup de Grace Stays Unbeaten with Allowance score
Castellano Notches Four-Win Afternoon
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Having resisted the temptation to unveil touted 2-year-old Coup de Grace at Saratoga Race Course this summer, trainer Chad Brown is being rewarded for his patience.
$100,000 South Beach Quotes
Trainer Mark Hennig (Baffle Me): "I have to give Javier (Castellano) credit, he’s gotten her to relax well. A year ago at this time you could have never dreamed that this filly would sit off of a 48-and-change half mile and, like he said, ‘I almost rated her too much today.’ She was like ‘when can we go, when can we go?’ But that was perfect. It was closer than we wanted it to be, but I think she had something left if they had gotten to her.
Gulfstream News & Notes: Sun 12/15
Mucho Macho Man Breezes Half Mile at Gulfstream
Yes I'm Lucky Scheduled to run in Dania Beach
Kendrick Carmouche Makes Career Move to Gulfstream
FINAL WEEK OF RACING AT BHP
INGLEWOOD, Calif. (December 15, 2013)—The final week of racing in the history of Betfair Hollywood Park will begin Friday, Dec. 20 and continue through Sunday, Dec. 22.
Post time each day is 12:30 p.m. Track gates will open at 9:55 a.m.
CashCall Futurity GI Quotes
COREY NAKATANI, SHARED BELIEF, Winner: "Wow! My horse has a pretty high cruising speed and when (Candy Boy) made that early move, I couldn’t go at that time. I’m just very thankful to Jerry Hollendorfer and his team, (assistant trainer) Dan Ward and, obviously, (part-owner) Alex Solis II for finding this horse and buying him. He did all the work and I was just a quiet passenger on him. Wow!"
Saturday, December 14 2013
Gulfstream Today 12.14
Dilger Lights Up The Tote Board...Again
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL - Michael Dilger, who served as an assistant to trainer Todd Pletcher for seven years before setting out on his own in 2013, lit up the toteboard for the second straight Saturday with a longshot 2-year-old winner. A week ago, Dilger put blinkers on second-time starter Nowhere to Run and watched as the colt led the field on a merry chase en route to paying $69.80.
$100,000 Sugar Swirl (G3) Quotes
Trainer Marty Wolfson (Heart Stealer): “I wanted to get the graded race here.
“I was very concerned. She was back in fifth. It takes her a little while. Seven eighths is perfect for her, so (the six-furlong distance) was my concern. But she’d been training well.”
Native Diver Stakes GII Quotes
MARTIN PEDROZA, BLUESKIESNRAINBOWS, Winner: "I'll tell you what, that horse is doing so well. (Hollendorfer) has done such a good job with him. I rode him when he won in Pomona ($100,000 Ralph M. Hinds Handicap Sept. 22) and that track is very deep. For him to win like he did going a mile and an eighth on the lead was really good. I had no choice but to go from the rail today. I figured I'd put him on the lead and they'd get tired chasing me. That's exactly what happened."
Hollywood Turf Cup GI Quotes
JOEL ROSARIO, LUCAYAN, Winner: "He was traveling well, but I had to keep after him. He is one paced and can get a little lazy, but I knew that if I kept after him we would eventually catch (Temeraine) and we got it done."
Queens County Quotes
Rajiv Maragh, winning jockey aboard Jonesy Boy (No. 5): "We went in with the intention of sitting back and letting him fall into his stride. I was hoping that the speed would develop, and it sure did. Midway on the turn I saw I had a great shot to win; I only had a couple lengths to make up and it seemed like my horse was just getting into his best stride. At the top of the lane, he switched leads and really put in a good run. I felt if he maintained the run, he was going to win, and he did."
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