Articles posted September 28, 2007

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Coa Has Five-Win Day at Belmont

Coa Has Five-Win Day at Belmont

Jockey Eibar Coa won five races at Belmont Park Sept. 28. It was the first five-win day in New York for a jockey since Ramon Dominguez accomplished the feat earlier this year at Aqueduct.

CHRB Cracks Down on Medici Code, Vienna

CHRB Cracks Down on Medici Code, Vienna

Trainer Darrell Vienna faces two complaints alleging that Del Mar Derby (gr. IIT) winner Medici Code ran with excessive levels of clenbuterol in his system in the two races prior to the most important victory of his career.

Prado Begins Therapy; Could Ride in Two Weeks

Prado Begins Therapy; Could Ride in Two Weeks

Jockey Edgar Prado, sidelined with a broken right ankle incurred in a Sept. 1 racing accident at Saratoga, began physical therapy Sept. 28 and may get back on horses within two weeks if all goes well, said his agent, Bob Frieze.

English Channel Looks to Get Back in Winner's Circle

English Channel Looks to Get Back in Winner's Circle

One month from now, English Channel's connections will be taking dead aim at the elusive $3-million John Deere Breeders' Cup Turf (gr. IT) for a third time. But first, owner James Scatuorchio and trainer Todd Pletcher have to get the 5-year-old son of Smart Strike back on the winning track, as they must tackle six challengers in the one-mile Joe Hirsch Turf Classic Invitational (gr. IT) at Belmont Park Sept. 30.

Keeneland Sale Followup: Time to Crunch the Numbers

During Keeneland's 15-day September Yearling Sale, four stallions -- A.P. Indy, Storm Cat, Distorted Humor, and Seeking the Gold -- had sale averages and medians exceeding $300,000 for their offspring. Those statistics are among the plethora of insights that emerged from the Sept. 10-25 sale, based on data generated for BloodHorseNOW.com subscribers.

Yearling Sales Down Nominally for the Year

Only three of the eight major yearling sales this year have produced gross prices in excess of their 2006 figures, as the overall market is down 1.25% to total $490.9 million through the completion of the Kentucky September Yearling Sale.

Ginger Punch Spices Up Beldame Field

Ginger Punch Spices Up Beldame Field

Trainer Bobby Frankel said he isn't thinking about the Breeders' Cup Championships as much as the Sept. 30 Beldame (gr. I) at Belmont Park. The Frankel-trained Ginger Punch, a 4-year-old, will be the favorite in the Beldame, a 1 1/8-mile dirt race for fillies and mares.

Art Master Out of Kelso

Art Master, the second choice at 9-2 in the morning line for the Sept. 29 Kelso (gr. IIT) at Belmont Park, will not run, according to his trainer. Bobby Frankel said Sept. 28 that graded winner Art Master suffered from a quarter crack that was discovered after he was entered on Sept. 27 to run in the $250,000 Kelso.

Youbet.com Subject of Virginia Licensing Lawsuit

Colonial Downs and Virginia horsemen have filed a lawsuit claiming Youbet.com is operating illegally without a license in the commonwealth, and want the advance deposit wagering company to pay back hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost source-market fees.

TVG Oak Tree Coverage Features Final 'Win and You're In Races'

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TVG, America's Horseracing Network, will provide live coverage of the entire fall season from Oak Tree at Santa Anita, including four grade I stakes on opening weekend, and the year's final "Win and You're In" Breeders' Cup Challenge Series races.

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