The Fasig-Tipton Saratoga select yearling sale kicked off the week.
Photo: Fasig-Tipton photo
The real fireworks were in the ring.
Photo: Skip Dickstein
The banning of Salix in graded 2-year-old stakes made headlines.
Photo: Anne M. Eberhardt
1994 Kentucky Derby Winner Go for Gin became the newest resident of the Hall of Champions at the Kentucky Horse Park.
The Racing Hall of Fame welcomed 7 new members,
including Trainer Jerry Hollendorfer, who thanked the fans for their support.
Later that day, Big Blue Kitten took the Hall of Fame Stakes at Saratoga.
Photo: Adam Coglianese
Mike Mitchell became Del Mar's winningest trainer on Friday.
The rains came to Arlington, but nothing could dampen the spirits of Million Day. In the Secretariat (gr. IT), it was Treasure Beach.
Photo: Four Footed Fotos
Off in the Beverly D. (gr. IT)!
Stacelita flies home to take the Beverly D.
The happy Winner's Circle after the Beverly D.
The Arlington Million (gr. IT) belonged to Cape Blanco and Jamie Spencer.
2009 champ Gio Ponti had to settle for second.
On the turf in New York, it was Winchester winning the Sword Dancer (gr. IT).
Winning trainer Christophe Clement received a kiss from Winchester's owner Diane Firestone.
And Winchester got a shower.
The Monmouth Oaks (gr. III) went to Savvy Supreme with Elvis Trujillo aboard.
Photo: Bill Denver/EQUI-PHOTO
Burns and jockey Patrick Valenzuela , right, held off Lil Bit O'Fun (David Flores), left, to win La Jolla Handicap (gr. II).
Burns heads to the Winner's Circle after the La Jolla.
My Miss Aurelia (right) and Millionreasonswhy fought to the finish in the Adirondack (gr. II) at Saratoga on Sunday.
with My Miss Aurelia putting her neck in front at the wire.
Cozi Rosie slipped through on the inside to win the John C. Mabee (gr. IIT) at Del Mar.
Heading to the Winner's Circle after the Mabee, the perfect end to the weekend for Cozi Rosie and Garrett Gomez.
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