Dominique Brown’s 15-yard touchdown run in the third quarter and Gerald Christian’s 10-yard touchdown catch late in the fourth followed a big defensive performance that helped Louisville beat Miami, 31-13.
Ive been mainly focusing on playing Saratoga all summer long but because both tracks are winding down and ive yet to play Del Mar I figured I do a couple days of study of Del Mar and then handicap today and see what I can get. So ill be posting on this thread throughout the card today, please leave...
Hello Folks! Against all odds, I find myself again at Saratoga on Woodward day, at the end of my vacation in New England, heading home. Not the same odds on Moreno this time, but Zivo and Long River do look like good horses to me. Moreno is still a dangerous early horse. Let's see what the...
Here is a older female The race was from xxxx (for those who will just go to the result chart ) :) I would like your opinions on the last pace line The race was from Parx Is it a plus pace line ? Is it a plus within a zero ? Is it a zero ? ** by last I mean line 1 Lets discuss this ..
Saratoga 2014 comes to a close today with a 10-race card including the G1 Hopeful (race 4), the G3 Saranac (race 9), and a mandatory payout of the pick-6 (races 5 through 10) pool whether or not anyone goes 6 for 6.
Jm Miracle won the richest race for 2-year-olds in North America on Monday, when he rushed home by a half-length over Mad About the Moon in the Grade 1, $2.6 million All American Quarter Horse Futurity. He gave jockey Ramon Sanchez a third career victory in the 440-yard classic that annually closes out the meet at Ruidoso Downs.
Jockey Brice Blanc was reunited with Miss Serendipity, and it felt so good. Blanc, idle for more than a month following an accident on the turf earlier at this Del Mar meet, returned in glorious fashion in his first mount back Monday by teaming with Miss Serendipity to take the Grade 2, $200,750 Yellow Ribbon Handicap for older female turf runners.
Pepper Crown ($23.20) used the same tactics he used in his $94.20 upset in the Grade 3 San Francisco Mile this spring, skimming the rail and winning a sprint to the finish line to take the $63,170 Rolling Green Stakes at Golden Gate Fields on Monday.
In a thriller, Wonder World edged Goliath by a nose in the CTHS Sales Stakes for 3-year-olds at Hastings on Monday. He paid $10.70. The 1 1/16-mile race was one of four $50,000 stakes restricted to horses who went through a Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society sale.
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