Saturday, September 26 2015


Beldame (G1) Quotes


Kiaran McLaughlin, winning trainer of Wedding Toast (No. 2): "[The layoff was] not much of a concern if you saw her worktab. Last week, she worked three-quarters [of a mile] in 12, so she's been fit. She just had a little foot issue and we had to skip the [Grade 1] Personal Ensign [at Saratoga] and then, thinking about it, we thought this was a better spot anyway because she loves the one turn. As good form as she's in, she'll be able to handle two turns [in the Breeders' Cup Distaff]. She's won at two turns. But this race was here and it's a Grade 1, so it worked out well. I don't say it very often, but I asked him [Jose Lezcano] not to give her a hard race if he didn't have to because she looked that good on paper. We have a big race in five weeks. Couldn't have asked for better, it really went perfect."





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Churchill Downs Stakes Recap: $100,000 Jefferson Cup


SAHAM WINS GRADE III, $100,000 JEFFERSON CUP AT CHURCHILL DOWNS

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015) - Sultan Bin Mishal's Saham rallied from the back in a field of nine 3-year-olds and finished down the stretch with a rush to win the 38th running of Saturday's $100,000 Jefferson Cup (Grade III) at Churchill Downs by three-quarters of a length over pacesetter Watchyourownbobber.





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Churchill Downs Stakes Recap: Ack Ack Handicap


TAPITURE HOLDS OFF VIVA MAJORCA TO WIN GRADE III, $100,000 ACK ACK HANDICAP

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015) - Winchell Thoroughbreds' reigning Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile runner-up Tapiture grabbed the lead at the top of the stretch and determinedly repelled a challenge from fast-closing even-money favorite Viva Majorca to win Saturday's 23rd running of the $100,000 Ack Ack Handicap (Grade III) at Churchill Downs by a half-length.





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Friday, September 25 2015


Kiss to Remember Tunes Up for Breeders’ Cup in Added Elegance


Meets Flutterby in Sunday's Feature
Lochte, Golden Rifle Meet in $75,000 Mr. Steele


HALLANDALE BEACH, FL - After proving her class with a strong runner-up effort in the Ballerina Stakes (G1) at Saratoga, Miller Racing’s Kiss to Remember will tune up for a planned start in the Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Sprint (G1) in Sunday’s $75,000 Added Elegance Stakes at Gulfstream Park.





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Thursday, September 24 2015


Wiggle It Jiggleit wins stretch duel to capture Jug


Delaware, OH --- There was no denying Wiggle It Jiggleit.

Seemingly beaten in mid-stretch, Wiggle It Jiggleit and driver Montrell Teague fought back in the final strides to win Thursday’s (Sept. 24) $677,000 Little Brown Jug for 3-year-old male pacers by a nose over Lost For Words in 1:49.3 at the Delaware County Fairgrounds.





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Belmont Park Notes - Thursday, September 24


• Enduring Twilight Eclipse targets G1 Turf Classic
• McLaughlin fires with a pair of first-out winners
• Perfect Title seeks graded stakes score in Turf Classic
• Bob Le Beau wins G1 Lonesome Glory 'Chase, Overwhelming takes Entenmann

ELMONT, N.Y. - Since the summer of his 2-year-old year, West Point Thoroughbreds' Twilight Eclipse has been the enduring star of trainer Tom Albertrani's barn. Now 6, the Purim gelding will make his 28th career start in Saturday's Grade 1, $600,000 Joe Hirsch Turf Classic.





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Groomstick Stakes


Falling Sky Seeks Rebound in Saturday’s $75,000 Groomstick Stakes

Stablemates to Debut for Wolfson in $75,000 Panama City Co-Feature


HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Newtown Anner Stud and Joseph Bulger’s Falling Sky is set for a return to action at Gulfstream Park in Saturday’s $75,000 Groomstick Stakes, seeking to rebound from an unsuccessful venture to Saratoga.





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Wedding Toast returns in G1 Beldame


ELMONT, N.Y. - Godolphin Racing's Wedding Toast, a dominating winner of the Grade 2 Ruffian and the Grade 1 Ogden Phipps this spring, will find herself back amid comfortable surroundings this Saturday at Belmont Park, taking on five rivals for her racing return in the Grade 1, $400,000 Beldame.





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Gulfstream Park West To Introduce Super Hi 5’s On Every Race


If No Winners, Pot Carries Over to Next Race; No Consolation Payoffs

Introduction of $5 Quinella and Early Pick 5



HALLANDALE BEACH, FL - Gulfstream Park West announced today it will offer three new wagers including an innovative Super Hi 5 that will build from race-to-race if there are no winners, beginning Opening Day, Wednesday, Oct. 7.





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Wednesday, September 23 2015


XPRESSBET UNVEILS THE NEW ‘XPRESSBET MOBILE’


New Xpressbet Mobile Provides Faster, Easier Wagering and Streamlined Navigation


September 23, 2015 (Washington, PA) – Leading online wagering provider, Xpressbet, is excited to announce that it has redesigned its mobile wagering site. The new Xpressbet Mobile has been streamlined to make it easier and more convenient for customers to play the races using their iPhone, Android or other mobile device.





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Sunday, September 20 2015


AMERICAN PHAROAH AGAIN GALLOPS 1 ½ MILES


TRIPLE CROWN CHAMP AMERICAN PHAROAH AGAIN GALLOPS 1 ½ MILES,

TWO TIME ECLIPSE CHAMPION BEHOLDER WALKS MANDELLA SHEDROW
FOLLOWING BULLET SIX FURLONG MOVE ON FRIDAY AT SANTA ANITA



ARCADIA, Calif. (Sept. 19, 2015)—Triple Crown Champion American Pharoah graced Santa Anita’s main track at 8 a.m. Saturday and with regular exercise rider George Alvarez up, he backtracked to the half mile pole prior to again galloping a strong mile and a half.

Idle since running a valiant second in the Grade I Travers Stakes Aug. 29, American Pharoah has yet to breeze since the race as he’s pointed by Bob Baffert to his career finale—the $5 million Breeders’ Cup Classic at Keeneland Oct. 31.





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Noble Damsel (G3) Quotes


Jimmy Toner, winning trainer of Recepta (No. 5): "I think the key to her development this year is more maturity than anything. She was kind of washy and sort of flighty last year and couldn't take too much. We gave her the winter off and brought her back in the spring, and she's taken every step that we've wanted her to take. I was a little disappointed with her race in Monmouth, but what are you going to do? Since that time, she's responded to everything we've done. We'll probably come back in the Athenia [Grade 3, October 17, Belmont Park]. We mapped out a plan for her early on: the De La Rose, which was restricted - worked out perfect. Wanted to get a graded stake - worked out perfect. She'll have two more starts this year, and if she comes back next year bigger and stronger I think she can develop into something special."





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