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Tuesday, January 22 2013


Updated Road to the Kentucky Derby & Kentucky Oaks Point Standings


Fresh off an 11 ½-length Lecomte win with Oxbow, Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas, a four-time Kentucky Derby winner, struck again with Will Take Charge. The 3-year-old son of Unbridled’s Song collected 10 points for the win and debuted at No. 9 on the Kentucky Derby Point Standings. A reminder: earnings in non-restricted stakes races serve as a tie-breaker





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Monday, January 21 2013


SHANGHAI BOBBY HEADS SAM F. DAVIS NOMINATIONS


OLDSMAR, FL. – Grey Goose Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner Shanghai Bobby, a near-unanimous choice as 2012 Eclipse Award Champion 2-Year-Old Male, headlines a list of 54 3-year-olds nominated to the Grade III, $250,000 Sam F. Davis Stakes on Feb. 2.





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STABLE NOTES BY ED GOLDEN


• CHAMP BEHOLDER AGAINST THE FIELD IN MONDAY’S SANTA YNEZ
• O’NEILL FRESH AND FIT AT SANTA ANITA AFTER ECLIPSE AWARDS
• NEW MOM KAYLA STRA JUST MISSES IN RETURN TO THE RACES





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MANY ECLIPSE WINNERS TOOK ROAD THROUGH NEW YORK


OZONE PARK, N.Y. – Wise Dan, Shanghai Bobby, Questing, Ramon Dominguez and Dale Romans were just some of the human and equine stars whose achievements on The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) circuit in 2012 led to their Eclipse Awards Saturday night.





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Gulfstream News & Notes


Clearly Now Joins Strong Field Expected for Holy Bull Saturday
Shanghai Bobby Gets Final Drill for Holy Bull Sunday
Majestic Hussar Possible Candidate for Fountain of Youth





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$100,000 Kitten’s Joy Quotes


Trainer Todd Pletcher (Charming Kitten): “We got a little better trip (than last time). We were a little concerned. Even though there were several horses in the race that run sort of near the front, they weren’t necessarily fast-paced horses. We wanted to get a good stalking position and sit behind comfortable fractions.





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Saturday, January 19 2013


NO DENYING ALLEY OOP OOP; SERPA WINS THREE AGAIN


OLDSMAR, FL. – Alley Oop Oop, who drew into the field from the also-eligible list after a late scratch, powered through the stretch to win the $30,000 Tampa Bay Stakes Prep on the turf at Tampa Bay Downs by a neck from El Commodore.

A crowd of 7,230 poured into the track for the 11-race card on Cap Giveaway Day.





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PALOS VERDES STAKES QUOTES


JOE TALAMO, SAHARA SKY, WINNER: (In response to the horse coming off a layoff and going off at such a big price): “I was real confident. I know Jerry (Hollendorfer) always has them nice and tight off the layoff. He ran unbelievable. That was actually the closest he’s ever run; I thought he was going to be 10 lengths further back than he was. He broke sharply, he put me right there, and I still had a lot of horse when I called on him. I just followed him (Rafael Bejarano on Justin Phillip) the whole race; whatever he did, I did. I had a lot of horse today.”





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EVENING ATTIRE QUOTES


Cherie DeVaux, assistant to Chad Brown, winning trainer of Last Gunfighter (No. 5): “He was waiting for the other horses a little bit coming down the stretch, but he kicked it in. It wasn’t as easy as last time, that’s for sure, but there were some decent horses in there and they hung in there. We’re proud of him.”





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DOMINGUEZ REMAINS HOSPITALIZED WITH SKULL FRACTURE


OZONE PARK, N.Y. – Jockey Ramon Dominguez was diagnosed with a slightly displaced skull fracture as a result of a spill on Friday at Aqueduct Racetrack, his agent, Steve Rushing, confirmed Saturday morning. Rushing said the 36-year-old rider was to undergo further tests today at Jamaica Hospital Medical Center.





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$400,000 Florida Sunshine Million Classic Quote


Trainer Kathy Ritvo (Mucho Macho Man): “I can’t find anything wrong with him. I think he didn’t like the track.”



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$400,000 Florida Sunshine Million Classic Quotes


Trainer Bill Mott (Ron the Greek): “He’s run good on an off track before, however, he didn’t run good on a sticky track in the Jockey Club (sixth). It was strange. He ran well today. He liked this. He didn’t mind it.





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