Red Ruby Wins Delaware Oaks by 13 Lengths

Tiznow filly followed up her performance in the Black-Eyed Susan Stakes (G2). Sandra Sexton and Brandi Nicholson’s Red Ruby continued her roll in the Mid-Atlantic region with a dominant victory...

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Funtastic Speeds to United Nations Upset

Longest shot of four entered by trainer Chad Brown won grade 1 at odds of 23-1. It wasn’t much of a surprise trainer Chad Brown sent out the winner of...

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Aztec Sense wins fourth straight in Turning for Home

Aztec Sense withstood a claim of foul Saturday to win his fourth straight race in the $100,000 Turning for Home, a starter handicap at Parx. He won by 3 1/2...

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Chalon wins Regret Stakes; Chublicious prevails in Mr. Prospector

Chalon showed she is more than ready to step up in class by easily winning the $75,000 Regret, the first of four stakes at Monmouth Park on Sunday. And she...

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Oak Bluffs surges in Pennsylvania Governor’s Cup

GRANTVILLE, Pa. – Two weeks ago, Oak Bluffs slogged his way to a third-place finish in the Jim McKay Turf Sprint, the first leg of the Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred Championships turf...

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Red Ruby Gets the Trip, Takes Black-Eyed Susan in Slop

With a dream trip on a surface she loves, the $250,000 Black-Eyed Susan Stakes (G2) could not have gone any better for Red Ruby May 18 at Pimlico Race Course....

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Red Ruby scores knockout in Black-Eyed Susan Stakes

BALTIMORE – Approaching the top of the sloppy Pimlico stretch in Friday’s Grade 2, $250,000 Black-Eyed Susan Stakes, Red Ruby moved on even terms with the pacesetting Coach Rocks. Red...

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Caribou Club surges in Henry S. Clark Stakes

Caribou Club returned to the scene of his only previous stakes win, the Laurel Park turf course, and won the $100,000 Henry S. Clark Stakes under a textbook ride from...

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Chalon sharp in Primonetta score

Chalon started her 4-year-old season for new connections the same way she ended her 3-year-old season for her old camp – with a very sharp dirt-sprint performance. Click here to...

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Martini Glass makes Azeri biggest win of career

Whatever trainer Keith Nations thought he saw in Martini Glass when he claimed the filly for $16,000 out of her career debut Feb. 20, 2016 at Tampa Bay Downs, he...

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