Friday, August 02 2013


Sportech Caress Quotes


Dale Romans, winning trainer of Silverette (No. 8): "Her two breezes on the turf were phenomenal. The early fractions were fast but she was doing it really relaxed. That's phenomenally fast. We have three horses for [owner] Paul Pompa, but this is the star of the barn. [Jockey Robby Albarado] has worked her the last two times and it worked out. It was nice to see her have that target in front of her. We'll see if she keeps moving forward."

Robby Albarado, winning jockey aboard Silverette (No. 8): "If you've watched me ride long enough you know my body movement, I was still as I could be. She was doing it very within herself. She's very deceptive; it doesn't look like she's doing it that fast, but she's moving. I worked her on the Oklahoma grass course, and she went really fast. I thought I went 49 or 50 [seconds] and she went 47. She does it real easy. She had a nice future on the dirt, but hopefully she continues to excel on the grass."




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Saratoga Race Course Notes


• McPeek may have double defense for G1 Travers
• Repeat John Morrissey winner Saginaw may race at Saratoga again in 2013; Hudson long-term objective
• Maiden winner Dancing House headed to G1 Spinaway
• Mylute's status uncertain; So Many Ways possible for G1 Test
• Weaver, G1 winner, enjoying strong start to meet
• Tagg returns to the Saratoga winner's circle with Confrontation
• NYRA.com to host exclusive bonus coverage following Saturday's G1 Whitney





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Gulfstream News and Notes


Towne Hopes to Close It Out in $100,000 Housebuster Stakes
Jockey Sanchez Slowly Improving





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Thursday, August 01 2013


John’s Call Quotes


Chad Brown, winning trainer of Hyper (No. 2): "We took a shot. It's a very odd race; a mile and five-eighths. There aren't many of them over here. This was uncharted territory for him. It seems he was finishing his races well. He trains like a horse who has some stamina. More importantly, he likes firm ground. When we had an opportunity to run on a firm turf course today, you take what you can get. In a race this far, for him to come home that well, that's pretty good. I'm sure there is a graded stakes race with his name on it. It seems he's gotten better as he's gotten older."

Javier Castellano, winning rider aboard Hyper (No. 2): "It was a great trip that I had. Perfect trip, dream trip. I stalked on the inside. We had three turns. The first two turns I saved a lot of ground, and that's exactly what Chad Brown told me to do. He said, 'The first two turns stay on the rail and the last turn you decide, use your own judgment.' That's exactly what I did. It worked out perfect; beautiful trip."




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Saratoga Race Course Notes


• Mr. Hot Stuff takes G1 A. P. Smithwick Memorial over fences
• Graded stakes possible for John's Call winner Hyper; Normandy Invasion back in training
• Laugh Out Loud favored over seven in De La Rose
• Hot Stones busting out for Levine, Valente
• Za Approval under consideration for G2 Fourstardave
• Tiger Bourbon to go next in turf sprint





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Gulfstream News & Notes


$100,000 Housebuster Stakes Has ‘Swagger’
Jackson Bend Continues on Comeback Trail
Mucho Mas Macho Set for Undercard Feature





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Wednesday, July 31 2013


Saratoga Race Course Notes July 31


• Romans points Silver Max to G2 Bernard Baruch
• Successful Dan has strong gallop for G1 Whitney
• Contessa confirms Rydilluc for G2 Hall of Fame
• Dance to Bristol to return to Spa for G1 Ballerina
• Sportech Caress draws well-matched field





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Whitney Invitational Handicap (G1) Draw Quotes


Ian Wilkes, trainer of defending Whitney champion Fort Larned (No. 3, 7-5 morning-line odds): “That’s why I’ve got [jockey] Brian [Hernandez, Jr.]. He’s tactical; he can sit behind. Don’t forget Mucho Macho Man is a fast horse, as well. All three speed horses drew on the inside here. It’ll be up to Brian. He can sit; that’s not a problem.





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Road to the Million


• Arlington Million XXXI: Side Glance and Indy Point Increase Global Intrigue
• Beverly D.: Royal Ascot Winner Duntle Could Be Daunting
• Secretariat: Jack Milton and Java’s War Poised and Proven
• American St. Leger: Twilight Eclipse Could Blot Out Euros





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Calder Stakes Advance


BACKSEAT MEMORIES AND GRAND TITO HAVE SCORE TO SETTLE AT CALDER

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (July 30, 2013) – When Elena Arocha’s Backseat Memories and Groupo 7C Racing Stable’s Grand Tito face off in this Saturday’s $75,000 Naked Greed Stakes at Calder Casino & Race Course, there will be more on the line for the 3-year-old colts than just the stakes score.





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Monday, July 29 2013


Saratoga Race Course Notes July 29


• Pletcher has Palace Malice, Verrazano for G1 Travers; Forty Tales, Winning Cause emerge from stakes wins in good shape; Shanghai Bobby returns to worktab
• Orb progressing well toward Travers; McGaughey impressed with weekend stakes results
• Oxbow recuperating after suffering soft-tissue injury in Haskell; Travers still possible but unlikely
• Fort Larned turns in final breeze for G1 Whitney
• Csaba re-routed to Whitney
• Zito taking a shot with Fast Falcon in G1 Whitney, pointing Declan's Warrior to G1 Foxwoods King's Bishop
• McGaughey, Sciacca, to be guests of Parcells at NFL Hall of Fame induction Saturday
• Demonstrative, Divine Fortune meet in G1 A.P. Smithwick Memorial Steeplechase
• August 6 "Lunch with Funny Cide" at Old Friends at Cabin Creek




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Saratoga Race Course Notes


• Pletcher confirms G1 Travers plans for Jim Dandy winner Palace Malice, breezes Cross Traffic & Dreaming of Julia, says Kauai Katie lost shoe in Prioress, departs for Haskell
• G1 Test 'the logical thing' for Prioress heroine Lighthouse Bay
• Laughing doing well following G1 Diana win
• Veterans Jerkens, Solis partner with G2 Honorable Miss long shot Classic Point
• Chilean G1 winner Quick Casablanca seeks first U.S. win in Wednesday's John's Call
• Stall looking at stakes with juvenile winners Twang and Best Case Scenario
• Albertrani puzzled by Freedom Child's dull Jim Dandy performance
• DiPrima to give optional claimer victor Plainview another stakes try





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