Headlines for Saturday, November 2, 2002

  • Harris Farm Winners Among Cal Cup Standouts

    Two Harris Frams' standouts, Unlimited Value and Super High, were among the many winners during the 13th California Cup Day series of races at Santa Anita's Oak Tree meeting Saturday.

  • Dalakhani Overcomes Chevalier in Criterium

    The Aga Khan's 2-year-old Dalakhani stretched his unbeaten run to three on Saturday with a neck victory over Aidan O'Brien's Chevalier in the Group I Criterium International at Saint-Cloud.

  • Lady Shari Makes Sovereign Statement in Maple Leaf

    Lady Shari staked her claim as Canada's top 3-year-old filly with a resounding win in Saturday's $247,750 Maple Leaf Stakes (gr. III), the complement feature race on Coronation Futurity day at Woodbine.

  • Arco's Gold Awarded Coronation Futurity

    In a thrilling $250,000 Coronation Futurity, Arco's Gold and Mobil dueled stretch-long to finish in a dead-heat in the 99th edition of the 1 1/8-mile race at Woodbine Sunday.

  • Guidry Guides Belle of Perintown to Stakes Win

    Belle of Perintown, with Mark Guidry aboard, was trapped behind horses at the top of the stretch before rallying to a three-quarter length victory over Star of Atticus in Saturday's $111,100 Pocahontas Stakes for 2-year-old fillies at Churchill Downs.

  • Private Gold Out of Iroquois Stakes

    Robert and Beverly Lewis' 2-year-old Private Gold sustained an ankle injury Friday and has been scratched from Sunday's one-mile Iroquois Stakes (gr. III) at Churchill Downs.

  • Racing Officials Announce New Security Steps

    North America's three largest horseracing organizations - Magna Entertainment Corp., Churchill Downs Incorporated and the New York Racing Association Inc. - have instituted new security measures at all totalisator vendors' facilities.

  • Pretty Wild Suffers Knee Chip; Scratched From Nashua

    Einar Robsham's Pretty Wild, who would have been one of the favorites in Saturday's Nashua Stakes at Aqueduct, was scratched from the grade III event because of a bone chip in his right knee that will require surgery, according to trainer Stanley Hough.