Royal Ascot Day 3: Stradivarius Comes Up Short In Gold Cup Won by Subjectivist - Posted on: June 17, 2021

By Ed McNamara All eyes were on Stradivarius, but when Joe Fanning looked back with 100 yards to go, he couldn’t see him. Unlike the superstar chasing a record-tying fourth consecutive Gold Cup, Fanning’s mount had enjoyed a perfect trip, and Subjectivist coasted by five lengths Thursday in Royal Ascot’s most revered race. The 7-year-old Stradivarius finished fourth, 7 1/4 lengths back. The 4-5 favorite lost for the fourth time in his last five starts as he failed to equal Yeats’ streak from 2006-2009. Frankie Dettori kept Stradivarius in mid-pack on the rail, and they were eighth a mile into

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G1 Winner Gabriel Charles Moves On To Next Career - Posted on: June 17, 2021

By Margaret Ransom The Grade 1 winner Gabriel Charles, who spent the last four seasons after standing at NexStar Ranch near Temecula, California, was recently pensioned from stud, gelded, and returned to his racing owners where he will take up a new career as a riding horse. The 11-year-old stallion named after his owner’s grandson has been in light training the past six weeks but no definitive answer on what his future job will be. “(Bringing him home and gelding him) was kind of always the plan if the stallion thing didn’t work out,” Maggie House-Sauque, the daughter of owner

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Think Like A Fighter Pilot To Cash In At The Track - Posted on: June 16, 2021

By Ray Wallin I’ve crossed paths with a lot of different characters at the track in my 30 plus years of horseplaying. There have been guys you could laugh at like our good friend Rail Guy, people you shake your head at like Every Race Eddie, and those you learn something from like my late Uncle Dutch. I have met and picked the brains of some whales and professional horseplayers as well as some great amateur weekend warrior handicappers. I have taken nuggets of wisdom from each one along the way. I have added angles to my handicapping arsenal, created

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Royal Ascot Day 2: Love Wins St. James’s Palace Stakes; Ward Denied In Queen Mary - Posted on: June 16, 2021

By Ed McNamara Wesley Ward called her “my best 5-furlong horse,” and John Velazquez gave speedy Twilight Gleaming her best shot to win the Group 2 Queen Mary Stakes. The Hall of Famer put her on a clear lead, but with a furlong to go, trouble was coming. Quick Suzy had been tracking the 2-1 favorite from the start, and she burst up the rail on the grandstand side to overtake Twilight Gleaming. The 8-1 shot ridden by Irishman Gary Carroll won by 1 1/4 lengths, denying Ward in Wednesday’s opener on day 2 of Royal Ascot. “I sat close

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Royal Ascot Day 1: Ward Comes Up Short; Dettori Wins Another; Hollie Doyle Scores At 33-1 - Posted on: June 15, 2021

By Ed McNamara American trainer Wesley Ward tried to overcome 105 years of history Tuesday at Royal Ascot, and history held serve. Kaufymaker could have become the first filly to win the Group 2 Coventry Stakes since 1916, but she faded to eighth, beaten by 4 1/4 lengths, after she and John Velazquez battled on a hot pace until the final furlong. After percolating early against 16 2-year-old colts, Kaufymaker got ground down by quick fractions. The winner, 11-1 shot Berkshire Shadow, and the runner-up, 66-1 Eldrickjones, came from far back in the 6-furlong race. Kaufymaker had been training impressively

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Who Doesn’t Love A Week At Royal Ascot? - Posted on: June 14, 2021

By Margaret Ransom For racing fans worldwide, Royal Ascot has always represented the most elite of racing seasons with each of the five days of the meet steeped in history and filled with the best horses, trainers and jockeys — not to mention fashion, tradition and royal pageantry. Things this year will return to some semblance of normalcy after a 2020 meet with no spectators due to COVID-19, and 4,000 fans a day will be allowed through the gates at Royal Ascot. Though no official word has been given from Buckingham Palace on whether Queen Elizabeth II will attend, royal

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The Farrell Report: Racing Revs Up For Summer; Baffert/Derby Decision Lingers - Posted on: June 14, 2021

By Mike Farrell Monmouth Park is in full swing. Saratoga and Del Mar are a month away. It’s summertime in the racing world, and everything seems to be moving in the right direction. It was heartening to see Woodbine back in action over the weekend after a pandemic-delayed opening for Canada’s premier meet. For those who prefer an even more international flair, there is Royal Ascot. Yes, it’s all happening, or will be soon enough. Right now, we are still in the post Triple Crown lull with limited domestic stakes action. We collectively need this breather after a tumultuous run

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The Lineup: Mandaloun at Monmouth on Sunday - Posted on: June 11, 2021

By Richard Rosenblatt With the Triple Crown behind us and the summer season upon us, handful of graded stakes races is on tap over the weekend at Monmouth Park, Churchill Downs, Santa Anita and in Japan. As usual, FS2 will have live coverage of racing around the country, including Belmont Park and Churchill Downs – Saturday from 5-8 p.m. ET and Sunday from 12:30-5:30 p.m. TVG also will have live coverage all weekend. We’re including Sunday’s schedule since possible Kentucky Derby (G1) winner Mandaloun (if Medina Spirit is disqualified after testing positive for a prohibitive medication on race day) returns

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U.S. Trainer Wesley Ward Looking For Big Week At Royal Ascot - Posted on: June 10, 2021

By Ed McNamara Royal Ascot had been up and running since 1711, and almost 300 years later Wesley Ward was challenging history. No American-trained horse had ever won there, and the Brits didn’t expect that to change on June 16, 2009. “Doesn’t this cheeky Yank know this California-bred gelding has no chance against our 2-year-olds? This sort of thing just isn’t done.” It got done. Strike the Tiger, a 33-1 shot, spurted clear in the final furlong and held on to take the 5-furlong Windsor Castle Stakes by a neck. Bloody well amazing. “I thought I had a chance,” Ward

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Harness Racing: Manchego Returns; World Record at Northfield; News from the Big M, Freehold, Ontario - Posted on: June 9, 2021

By John Furgele Last fall, Manchego ran what was thought to the final race of her career in the Breeders’ Crown. A few months of rest, then it would be time to enjoy retirement for a while, and on to the business of becoming a broodmare. Oops. Well, Manchego was retired last October. Over the winter, though, trainer Nancy Takter was able to convince Manchego’s owner to unretire her and get going again for 2021 — perhaps beyond. On May 15, she rallied in deep stretch to win the Arthur Cutler Memorial at the Meadowlands. On May 30 at Harrah’s

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