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Sunday, January 27 2013


$400,00 Holy Bull (G3) Quotes


Trainer Eddie Plesa Jr. (Itsmyluckyday): "Words can’t describe it. It’s something everybody should feel. Anybody in this game deserves to have this feeling. I wish them all to have this feeling sometime….just not today.





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Updated Road to the Kentucky Derby & Oaks Point Standings


Despite running second in the Holy Bull, champion 2-year-old Shanghai Bobby regained the lead atop the Road to the Kentucky Derby Point Standings. He earned four points to bring his total to 24 and gets the top honor because of his $1,731,000 in non-restricted stakes earnings. Goldencents, who also has 24 points, is second with $740,000 in non-restricted stakes money.





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Saturday, January 26 2013


NYRA BOARD APPROVES THREE-YEAR WORK PLAN


FOCUSES ON EQUINE SAFETY, COMMENCES FORMAL SEARCH FOR CEO IN SECOND MEETING

OZONE PARK, N.Y. – The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) Board of Directors approved its three-year work plan, focused on equine safety, and formally began its search for a new President and CEO for the organization during its second meeting on Friday.





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STABLE NOTES BY ED GOLDEN


• NO DISTRACTING BEJARANO IN PURSUIT OF SANTA MONICA WIN
• TRAINER HOPES HE MAKES ‘A-STUTE’ MOVE IN SANTA YSABEL
• CHOKECHERYMARY SEEKS REPEAT VALENTINE DANCER VICTORY
• HECTOR HAS CONTENDER IN THE PALMA HIS HANDS
• HOME JOURNEY TRIES TO REBOUND IN CAL BREEDERS’ STAKES
• THIRTYFIRSTSTREET SHOULD FAVOR TURF IN CRYSTAL WATER





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GULFSTREAM TODAY - 1.25.13


Lead: Trainer Todd Pletcher sent out Repole Stable’s Highestmaintenance as the 3-to-10 favorite in a field of six 3-year-old fillies in Friday’s fourth race allowance feature and led through most of the mile until the final 50 yards when Sienna Farm LLC’s Private Ensign breezed by to score by 1 ½ lengths under jockey Corey Lanerie.





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Gulfstream News & Notes


Bern Identity Set for Rematch with Shanghai Bobby in Holy Bull
Discreet Marq Gets Slight Turn Back for Sweetest Chant
Csaba on Target for Donn Handicap
Top Jockeys in for Day-Night Double-Header Saturday





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Friday, January 25 2013


LIVE RACING AT AQUEDUCT CANCELED FRIDAY


OZONE PARK, N.Y. – With extreme cold forecast again, The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) has canceled live racing at Aqueduct Racetrack on Friday, January 25.

Aqueduct and the Belmont Café will remain open for simulcasting, and Telebet and Internet wagering will be available through NYRA Rewards.

Temperatures are expected to moderate over the weekend and live racing at Aqueduct is set to resume as scheduled on Saturday, January 26.




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GULFSTREAM TODAY - 1.24.13


The Lead: While undefeated champion Shanghai Bobby and promising stablemate Verrazano schooled during the second race Thursday afternoon at Gulfstream Park, another Pletcher-trained colt was winning his race debut.





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Thursday, January 24 2013


LIGHTING CITY STAKES DRAWS HIGH-QUALITY FIELD


OLDSMAR, FL. – Madame Giry, a winner of five races in a row before a narrow defeat last month at Gulfstream, is the 5-2 morning-line favorite for Saturday’s $75,000 Lightning City Stakes for older fillies and mares at five furlongs on the turf.

The Lightning City Stakes is the showcase of a full weekend of Thoroughbred action at Tampa Bay Downs that kicks off with a 10-race card Friday beginning at 12:38 p.m. The Lightning City will be contested as the 10th race on Saturday’s 11-race card.





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STABLE NOTES BY ED GOLDEN


• PERCENTAGES IN ESPINOZA’S FAVOR FOR SANTA MONICA
• BEHOLDER ON COURSE FOR LAS VIRGENES DESPITE ULCER
• STEVENS IN GOOD HANDS WITH BRANDING FOR SANTA YSABEL
• UNBEATEN FILLY ISMENE RETURNS FRIDAY AT SANTA ANITA
• NO BLANKS FOR BLANC AFTER STAKES WIN ON A JEALOUS WOMAN





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FULL FIELD EXPECTED FOR SATURDAY’S NELLIE MORSE STAKES


LAUREL, MD. 01-24-13---Country Life Farm’s Moon Philly is the morning line favorite to win Saturday’s feature at Laurel Park, the $125,000 Nellie Morse Stakes for fillies and mares. The 1-1/16th mile test drew 12 runners. Ten can face the starter.

Trained by Mike Trombetta, Moon Philly (9-5) drew the rail. The Malibu Moon filly had a troubled trip in the Cat Cay Stakes at Aqueduct on January 6, her most recent start. After stumbling at the gate under Jeremy Rose, Moon Philly had to jump a fallen horse in the stretch but still managed to take second. Moon Philly was a model of consistency last year with eight first or second place finishes in 11 starts. Rose keeps the mount on Saturday.





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Caroline Thomas Ready for Next Step in Sweetest Chant


Joyce Young’s 3-year-old Kentucky homebred filly Caroline Thomas, a regally-bred daughter of Giant’s Causeway out of the Grade 1 winner Bit of Whimsy, will try to earn some black type of her own when making her stakes debut in Sunday’s $100,000 Sweetest Chant Stakes at Gulfstream Park





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