• Gimme Da Lute just holds off Prospect Park in the Los Alamitos Derby.Posted 16 hours ago
  • Private Zone dominates the Belmont Sprint from start to finish.Posted 19 hours ago
  • Lady Eli magnificent in Belmont Oaks victory.Posted 19 hours ago
  • Force The Pass wins the $1.25 Belmont Derby in a laugher.Posted 20 hours ago
  • Speighster remains perfect with an impressive Dwyer win.Posted 21 hours ago
  • Irish Jasper rolls from last to first in the Victory Ride.Posted 22 hours ago
  • Magic Mark upsets the Bertrando Stakes at 11-1 to kickoff the Los Alamitos meet.Posted 2 days ago
  • Salutos Amigos dominant in Monmouth Park's Mr. Prospector.Posted 6 days ago
  • Crucero upsets the San Juan Capistrano at odds of 23-1.Posted 6 days ago
  • La Verdad skips through the Belmont slop to a victory in the Dancin Renee.Posted 6 days ago


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Wildcat Red for the upset. Wildcat Red/Work All Week/ Alsvid/Falling Sky
Dynamic Sky, Money Talker, Aldous Snow, Hyper.
Mohaymen, the 2 year old half brother to BC Juvenile winner New Year's Day, who sold for $2.2 Million at the Keeneland September Yearling Sale, posted his first lifetime workout today at Belmont Park, going 3F in 38.06. Looks like he will make his debut late in the Saratoga meet.
3 Big Blue Kitten / 5 Main Sequence / 8 Ashleyluvssugar / 5 Slumber
Perhaps the Beverly D next?
  • jmac500 · I don't think they'll push her into older just yet, maybe Del Mar Oaks or La Jolla? · 44 minutes ago
If he wouldn't of bolted last race, he would be a top contender for the classic.
WOW!!!! Force the pass!!! Dominates the Belmont Derby. What a day for sire Speightstown!! Wins with Speightster and now Force the Pass!!!
Owner Anthony Oppenheimer told AtTheRaces.com yesterday after Golden Horn's won the Coral-Eclipse: "If everything's good with him we'll go to Ascot for the G1 King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes next." "If he should miss the King George for any reason then he would go to York for the G1 Juddmonte International Stakes, but he won't do both races as that would be gilding the lily." Oppenheimer also said the chances of Golden Horn taking in one of the major international G1 races at the end of the year is unlikely. "He's not entered in the Arc, and if it looked like being soft or heavy ground at Longchamp we wouldn't supplement him either," A trip to the states for the Breeders Cup Turf looks even more unlikely with the owner adding, "John Gosden is not enthusiastic about the Breeders Cup and I agree with him. It's not on the menu at the moment." Oppenheimer ended the interview by suggesting it's very likely that Golden Horn will be retired at the end of this season, so if he holds true to all he was quoted as saying in this interview, it appears we're only gonna get to see this talented colt just 1 or 2 more times before he's whisked off to the breeding shed and a new career at stud.
WOW! Now that was one impressive performance by this guy in the Elkwood after finding nothing but trouble the entire race!
Why doesn't this guy get more love?? I can't help but feel if he was a Coolmore or Galileo colt ppl would be cheering him on on here a lot more.
Aurelia's Belle worked 5f, July 4th, in 1:01:00 (b) finishing 8/34.
Noble Bird worked 4f, July 4th, in 49:40 (b) finishing 35/55.
Golden Ticket worked 4f, July 4th, in 50:00 (b) finishing 40/55.
Birdatthewire worked 4f, July 4th, in 48:60 (b) finishing 13/55.
Tale of Verve worked 4f, July 4th, in 47:80 (b) finishing 7/67.
Kiss Moon worked 4f, July 5th, in 48:20 (b) finishing 14/67.
Far Right worked 4f, July 5th, in 47:80 (b) finishing 7/67.
Japan worked 5f, July 4th, in 1:01:55 (b) finishing 8/22.
Have her connections discussed any plans to try her on dirt?

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