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2013 San Carlos (G2)

Date/Track:
2/23/2013, Santa Anita Park
Post Time:
4:07 PM PT
Distance:
7 f (Dirt)
Age/Sex:
4+ M
Time:
1:21.28

What the Nation is saying about the 2013 San Carlos (G2)...

While most eyes will be on the Gotham today at the Big A, the card also boasts two other graded stakes. Second of the three will be the Grade 3 Tom Fool Handicap. The 6 furlong test goes as today’s 9th race and features a clash between a pair of California invaders against a field of Eastern sprinte...Read More
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  • Floridaf · Such a game effort to win after looking like he was fighting for third at one point. · 494 days ago ·
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  • Mary Z. · Congrats cocoa. I'm so happy for you that Comma To The Top won. · 494 days ago ·
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Sahara Sky, a longshot winner of the Grade II Palos Verdes Stakes going six furlongs on Jan. 19, will stretch out an eighth of a mile on Saturday and he ranks prominently among a field of eight talented sprinters set to contest Santa Anita’s Grade II, $200,000 San Carlos Stakes at seven furlongs. Read More
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  • Mary Z. · Heard he was ready, rafi--just needed racing luck. gelded1, You have to tell them, lol. · 501 days ago ·
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  • gelded1 · I do but they don't listen .I guess I shouldn't call them nags and hay burners( among other things)after the loss. At least not loud enough for them to hear me. · 501 days ago ·
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With a blistering early pace to take advantage of, Sahara Sky, with Joe Talamo up, came roaring from far off the pace to take Saturday’s Grade II, $200,000 San Carlos Stakes by three quarters of a length, covering seven furlongs in 1:21.28. Read More
Friday’s Santa Anita Park Recap – Feb 22 Fast main track seemed to play fair. The two turf routes were nabbed by mid-pack types and the lone downhill turf sprint winner was a pace presser (rail at 24 feet). Tyler Baze and Garrett Gomez both booted home a pair. On the ticket front I tabbed three Prim...Read More
Canonize and Comma to the Top look solid
1st - Midnight Transfer, 2nd - Sahara Sky, 3rd - The Lumber Guy, 4th - Comma to the Top.
1st-Justin Phillip, 2nd- The Lumber Guy, 3rd- Comma to the Top, 4th- Capital Account.
Garrett Gomez is looking forward to riding Breeders’ Cup Sprint runner-up The Lumber Guy for the first time in a race in the Grade II San Carlos Stakes at seven furlongs on Saturday. Read More
Neil Drysdale is hopeful The Lumber Guy can rebound in Saturday’s Grade II San Carlos Stakes at seven furlongs after recovering from a quarter crack that resulted in a disappointing performance in the Grade I Malibu Stakes on Dec. 26. Read More
Malibu Stakes winner Jimmy Creed, who was being pointed to the San Carlos Stakes after missing the Strub Stakes on Feb. 2 due to a cough, will miss the San Carlos on Feb. 23 due to the same malady. Read More
Champion 2-year-old filly of 2012 Beholder likely had an excuse when she was second in her 3-year-old debut as the 1-5 favorite in Monday’s Grade II Santa Ynez Stakes. Read More

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