The Week in Photos: July 10, 2007

The Week in Photos (July 3 - July 10)

The Blood-Horse: July 14, 2007 issue.

Photo: The Blood-horse

QUICK STRIKE: A thunderstorm puts a pause in the action July 7 during the Summit of Speed at Calder Race Course.

Photo: Elliot Schecter

Packed house cheers Funny Cide to win. Funny Cide won the Wadsworth Memorial July 4 at Finger Lakes.

Photo: Tom Cooley

Panty Raid wins the American Oaks after taking the Black-Eyed Susan Stakes in May at Pimlico.

Photo: Benoit Photos

Panty Raid ships from the East Coast to top an international field in the $750,000 American Oaks at Hollywood Park.

Photo: Benoit Photos

Bilo (black and red silks) wins the Triple Bend Invitational.

Photo: Benoit Photos

Nashoba's Key remains unbeaten after taking the Vanity Invitational under Joe Talamo.

Photo: Benoit Photos

Jockey Julien Leparoux signals where Lady of Venice finishes in the CashCall Mile.

Photo: Benoit Photos

Somethinaboutlaura shines in the A Gleam Invitational Handicap.

Photo: Benoit Photos

River's Prayer goes from turf to dirt and defeats Shaggy Mane in the Princess Rooney.

Photo: Elliot Schecter

Mach Ride, with Elvis Trujillo up and blinkers on, wins the $500,000 Smile Sprint Handicap.

Photo: Elliot Schecter

In just his second stakes attempt, Black Seventeen defeats Teuflesberg in the Carry Back.

Photo: Elliot Schecter

Sheets defeats favorite Sindy With an S in the Azalea Breeders' Cup.

Photo: Elliot Schecter

Dream Rush rebounds off her loss in the one-mile Acorn with a sharp win while cutting back to six furlongs in the Prioress.

Photo: Adam Coglianese

High Finance started off the holiday week with a victory in the Tom Fool Breeders' Cup Handicap.

Photo: Adam Coglianese

Any Given Saturday pulls away in the Dwyer, run on Wednesday, July 4.

Photo: Adam Coglianese

English Channel, with John Velazquez up, is two-for-two in the United Nations Stakes over the Monmouth Park turf course.

Photo: Jonathan Henderson

Rated Fiesty: Headed to Saratoga following Debutante victory.

Photo: Reed Palmer

Notnowcato defeats Authorized and George Washington in a clever running of the Coral-Eclipse.

Photo: Trevor Jones

Comments