Long Island H.

Race 7 at AQUEDUCT on

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  • 3:16 PM
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Horse Trainer Breeder / Owner
Borrowing Base Patrick J. Quick
  • Daddie's Girl's Stable
  • Gallagher's Stud
Bubbly Jane (BRZ) Todd A. Pletcher
  • Haras Interlagos
  • Haras Interlagos Ltda
Criticism (GB) Thomas Albertrani
  • Darley Stable
  • Darley
Dance Pass (IRE) Christophe Clement
  • Moyglare Stud Farm
  • Moyglare Stud Farm, Ltd.
Lemonette Eric R. Reed
  • Jerry Jamgotchian
  • Castleton Lyons
Queen of Hearts James A. Jerkens
  • Susan Moore and M and M Thoroughbred Partners
  • Bernardo Alvarez Calderon & Ashford Stud
Tidal Dance Michael E. Hushion
  • Ferrell, Marc, C.
  • Dr. Sidney Sacks

Criticism Tries to Continue Roll in NY 'Cap

Criticism Tries to Continue Roll in NY 'Cap

Darley Stable's homebred Criticism has been on quite a roll, winning four of her last five, all in graded stakes. Backseat Rhythm and Dynaforce, both grade I winners a year ago, are both coming off unplaced efforts last out. Will the hot horse continue her winning ways, will the proven grade I winners return to form, or will one of the other capable starters break through?

Criticism Coasts to Comfy Very One Win

Criticism Coasts to Comfy Very One Win

Apparently, English-bred Criticism has found the footing on American soil to her liking. The Darley homebred mare, who made her North American debut this past fall, wrapped up her second consecutive graded stakes when taking the $100,000 The Very One Stakes (gr. IIIT) in front-running fashion Feb. 22 at Gulfstream Park.

Anyone's Guess in The Very One

Anyone's Guess in The Very One

Bentley Smith's homebred Lady Carlock may have a small edge in the $100,000 Very One Stakes (gr. IIIT) Feb. 22 at Gulfstream Park based on her victory in the Suwannee River (gr. IIIT) three weeks ago, but the wide-open turf event for fillies and mares is anyone's for the taking.

Criticism Leaves No Doubt in Long Island

Criticism Leaves No Doubt in Long Island

Darley Stable's homebred Criticism, just missing in her U.S. debut last month, left no doubt about her winning intentions in her second American start, as the 4-year-old filly took over in upper stretch and pulled away for a one-length victory in the $150,000 Long Island Handicap (gr. IIIT) Nov. 1 on the Aqueduct turf.

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