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2010 Flower Bowl Invitational (G1)

Date/Track:
10/2/2010, Belmont Park
Distance:
1 1/4 m (Turf)
Age/Sex:
3+ F
Time:
2:08.54

What the Nation is saying about the 2010 Flower Bowl Invitational (G1)...

Brian Zipse runs through his favorite races of 2010. Read More
Ave charged between favored Red Desire and Changing Skies in the shadow of the wire Saturday afternoon at Belmont Park to take a thrilling edition of the  Grade 1, $500,000 Flower Bowl Invitational by a head.   Settled towards the back as Gozzip Girl towed the field of seven fillies and ma...Read More
Super Saturday and Super Sunday translates to a truly Super Weekend of racing in the US and abroad.Read More
Red Desire, a Group 1 winner in Japan, will make her first start in North America when she faces seven fillies and mares in the 33rd running of the Grade 1, $500,000 Flower Bowl Invitational on Super Saturday at Belmont Park.   In 2009, Red Desire won the Group 1 Shuka Sho, was runner-up in th...Read More
On Saturday, October 2, The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) will offer a special $500,000 Guaranteed All Grade 1 Pick 4.   The 93rd running of the Jockey Club Gold Cup Invitational highlights the wager and is expected to include Blame, winner of five straight graded races including the...Read More
Grade 1 Flower Bowl Invitational hopeful Red Desire pleased her connections with an easy 1:04.97 five-furlong breeze yesterday in her first official workout in the United States.   “She went very easily and is a happy horse right now,” said Nobutaka Tada, racing manager for Tokyo Horseracing C...Read More
Japanese invader Red Desire has settled in at Belmont Park as she awaits a start in the Grade 1 Flower Bowl Invitational on Saturday, October 2.   “She has been doing very well and really likes the track,” said Nobutaka Tada, racing manager for Tokyo Horseracing Co. Ltd. “She has been canterin...Read More
I try to temper my anticipation for the Breeders’ Cup because I know it is still almost seven weeks away, but it is not easy when I think about what will be at this year’s two-day smorgasbord. I honestly believe that this year’s Cup is shaping up as one of the best in history. Luckily, I have great ...Read More
Red Desire, the Group 1 winner in Japan who will make her next start in the Grade 1 Flower Bowl Invitational at Belmont Park on October 2, completed the lengthy journey from her native country to New York when she arrived at Aqueduct Racetrack yesterday and will be transferred to Belmont tomorrow o...Read More
Red Desire, the one horse to defeat Gloria De Campeao in the Maktoum Challenge (G2) before he went on to win the 2010 Dubai World Cup (G1), has arrived in America in preparation for two races this autumn.  Trained by Mikio Matsunaga, Red Desire is expected to contest the Flower Bowl Invitationa...Read More

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