OUT OF THE GATE in this week's The Blood-Horse Magazine. Well Done: Favored Unzip Me (right) edges Teroda (center) and Remit in the Jan. 29 Wishing Well Stakes at Santa Anita.
Photo: Benoit Photography
Boys At Tosconova signaled his readiness to return to stakes competition, with an Allowance win at Gulfstream Park on Thursday over a gutsy Groupie Doll.
Photo: Coglianese Photos
Awesome Feather got Florida Sunshine Millions Day off to a rousing start on Saturday, with an impressive win in the Distaff.
Awesome Feather was truly awesome, as she remained undefeated.
There was no catching It's Me Mom in the Florida Sunshine Millions Filly and Mare Sprint.
Willie Martinez and It's Me Mom ran away from the competition.
In the Florida Sunshine Millions Sprint, it was Soaring Stocks and John Velazquez,
grabbing victory in the final strides.
Hooh Why rolled late on the outside, to upset the Florida Sunshine Millions Filly and Mare Turf.
6-year-old Hooh Why has now earned $943,172.
Little Mike and Joe Bravo held them all off to win the Florida Sunshine Millions Turf.
Little Mike has now won 4 straight on the Gulfstream Park turf course.
Mucho Macho Man delivered in the Florida Sunshine Millions Classic.
Under Ramon Dominguez, Mucho Macho Man ran the 1 1/8 miles in 1:47.91.
Happy faces after Mucho Macho Man's win.
In New York, Redding Colliery took the rescheduled Evening Attire
Willa B Awesome and Martin Pedroza stole away to win the Grade III $100,000 Santa Ysabel Stakes at Santa Anita Park.
Craig Stables' Home Sweet Aspen and jockey Joel Rosario, right, held off Sugarinthemorning (Rafael Bejarano), left, to win the Grade I, $300,000 Santa Moncia Stakes at Santa Anita Park.
Home Sweet Aspen and Joel Rosario return to the Winner's Circle after winning the Santa Monica.
Riley Tucker fought off Hamazing Destiny to win the King Cotton Stakes at Oaklawn Park under Cliff Berry.
Photo: Coady Photography/Oaklawn Park
Surely all the gamblers had this one, Shudacudawudya wins the Albany Stakes at Golden Gate.
Photo: Vassar Photography
Under the lights at Sam Houston, Papaw Bodie and Rosie Napravnik delivered a convincing win in the John B. Connally Turf Cup (gr. IIIT).
Photo: Coady Photography
On Sunday, Broadway's Alibi splashed through the mud for an impressive 16 3/4 length win in the Forward Gal.
But, she had to share the spotlight with Algorithms, who left champion Hansen behind in the Holy Bull (gr. III).
Photo: Coglianese Photos/Ash Blum
Algorithms moved into the Derby picture, with his 5 length win in the Holy Bull.
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