Monday, July 21 2014


G1 Coaching Club American Oaks Quotes


Todd Pletcher, winning trainer of Stopchargingmaria (No. 1): "It kind of unfolded the way we wanted it to on the first turn. We were able to get the position we wanted. She had a good trip from there, and it worked out well."





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Lucky Coin Quotes


Bruce Brown, winning trainer of Spring to the Sky (No. 6): "For him that was a pretty slow first quarter compared to what he did last time. It was almost like he rated him on the lead. That's the one thing with a speed horse, you just love to see when they can finish like that. He'll be able to win more races with that style, being able to finish down the lane, than just being a speedball and going hell-bent. It was good to see."





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Saratoga Race Course Notes 7/20


• Palace Malice, pointing toward G1 Whitney, turns in Sunday breeze
• Kid Cruz works five furlongs in 1:03.57, possible for G2 Jim Dandy
• Somali Lemonade, nearly retired, becomes G1 winner in Diana
• Big Trouble rewards Dutrow's faith with G3 Sanford win
• Hot Stones to stretch out in G3 Shuvee
• Grade 1 winner Artemis Agrotera finds soft spot in NY-bred allowance race
• Trainer Cannizzo wins two on Saturday, to be married on Sunday





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Saturday, July 19 2014


Saratoga Race Course Notes: Saturday, July 19


• Tonalist tunes up for Grade 2 Jim Dandy with five-furlong breeze
• Wicked Strong, wearing blinkers for the first time, breezes in preparation for Jim Dandy
• Samraat gears up with half-mile work; Jim Dandy likely
• Legend turns in five furlong work in advance of Jim Dandy
• Commanding Curve breezes; Stewart considering Jim Dandy or Curlin
• Champion My Miss Aurelia to return from lengthy layoff in Shine Again on Monday
• Grace Hall returns to sprinting for Mott; Tourist comes back in good order





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Friday, July 18 2014


Saratoga Race Course Notes: Friday, July 18


• Wise Dan turns in four-furlong work in preparation for Saratoga start
• Will Take Charge targets Grade 1 Whitney
• Wicked Strong gearing up for Grade 2 Jim Dandy
• Caroline Thomas gets another taste of Grade 1 racing in the Diana
• Bridgehampton meets graded stakes-caliber field in Shine Again
• Belmont Stakes winner Tonalist probable for Grade 2 Jim Dandy on July 26; fields forming for second-week stakes at Saratoga





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Sir Cat Quotes


Bill Mott, winning trainer of Tourist (No. 5): "It didn't surprise me [he improved when switched to the turf]. The problem was, he ran just well enough on the dirt that we kind of kept trying him. We all want a Derby horse, right? We tried him one or two extra times on the dirt than, maybe, was to his benefit, but it's all coming together now."





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Quotes from Frankie Dettori


Quotes from Frankie Dettori after winning the eighth race at Saratoga Race Course, his second mount ever at the Spa


"It feels great. To get the first one out of the way, great. It was a great feeling when I crossed that line, you know? I felt like a kid again. It's a childhood dream to ride at Saratoga and I managed to do it. I only just started - I'm here until Monday."





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G3 Schuylerville Quotes


Todd Pletcher, winning trainer of Fashion Alert (No. 4): "I know that Wayne [Lukas] likes his filly [Take Charge Brandi] a lot. They got into a prolonged speed duel. You could tell they were both getting a little tired but she showed some guts. You always want to get that first [win] out of the way. We just missed in the first race, so it's nice to get it done in the Schuylerville, a race we've always held in high regard. We'll see how she comes out of it. I'm not going to rule out the Adirondack [August 10], but we'll likely wait for the Spinaway [August 31]. It's pretty hard to win your first two, especially both in stakes, so you have to give her a lot of credit for that. You hope those kind of efforts move them forward. Those two separated themselves from the field pretty much the entire race. Two very nice fillies."





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Thursday, July 17 2014


Stopchargingmaria returns in Coaching Club American Oaks


SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. - Stopchargingmaria, a three-time graded stakes winner, will attempt to garner her first Grade 1 when she returns from a two-month layoff in the $300,000 Coaching Club American Oaks on Sunday at Saratoga Race Course.





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Gulfstream Park News & Notes - July 17


Social Inclusion On Track for Haskell Invitational

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Trainer Manny Azpurua reported Thursday morning at Gulfstream Park that Social Inclusion is on track to make his next start in the $1 million Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Park on July 27.






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Wednesday, July 16 2014


Alterite to begin season in Grade 1 TVG Diana


SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. - Following an eight-month layoff, Alterite will make her 4-year-old debut in Saturday's Grade 1, $500,000 TVG Diana at Saratoga Race Course.

Owned by Martin Schwartz, Alterite will join Stephanie's Kitten from the barn of trainer Chad Brown for the 1 1/8-mile Diana, the first of 15 Grade 1 flat stakes on the 40-day Saratoga calendar. Sharing Saturday's card will be the Grade 3, $150,000 Sanford for 2-year-olds.





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Cinco Charlie, Nonna’s Boy square off in G3 Sanford


SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. - Cinco Charlie, winner of the Grade 3 Bashford Manor, and Nonna's Boy, one of the most promising juveniles to debut at Belmont Park's spring/summer meet, are set to contest the Grade 3, $150,000 Sanford on Saturday at Saratoga Race Course.





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