Headlines for Saturday, September 20, 2003

  • Mazarine Winner Something to Dream About

    Arosa Farms' Dream About established herself as Canada's top 2-year-old filly with the easiest of victories in Saturday's $268,250 Mazarine Breeders' Cup Stakes (Can-II) at Woodbine.

  • Rochester Repeats in Ky. Turf; Art Variety DQ'd

    In the featured event on a four-stakes card at Kentucky Downs, Augustin Stable's Rochester earned a repeat victory in the $200,000 Kentucky Cup Turf Handicap (gr. IIIT) when Art Variety was disqualified for a bumping finish while making his winning move Saturday at Kentucky Downs.

  • September yearling sale enjoys unprecedented success.

    Keeneland Closes Out Record-Setting Run

    Keeneland's September yearling sale ended Saturday with a record average and median. The auction also posted the second-highest gross in its history.

  • Wonder Again (11) emerges from a finish line traffic jam to win the Noble Damsel Handicap Saturday at Belmont.

    Wonder Again Drives to Noble Damsel Win

    John and Joan Phillips' Wonder Again won for the first time in 2003 and ended a five-race losing streak, taking Saturday's $150,000 Noble Damsel Handicap (gr. IIIT) for fillies and mares at Belmont Park.

  • Caesar Rodney 'Cap Delayed Until Sept. 27

    Due to soft turf conditions caused by the heavy rains in the area this week, Delaware Park announced postponement of Saturday's $200,000 Caesar Rodney Handicap until Sept. 27.

  • Laffit Pincay Jr.

    Pincay to Sue Santa Anita

    Retired jockey Laffit Pincay Jr. is planning to file a lawsuit against Santa Anita racetrack, Huntington Ambulance, and physician's assistant Angel Delgadillo the week of Sept. 22 alleging negligence in the treatment of the injuries that ended his riding career.

  • Joe Bear Blows Out for Jamaica

    Christopher Ransom's Joe Bear blew out three furlongs in :37 Saturday morning at Belmont Park. The 3-year-old colt has post one in Sunday's $200,000 Jamaica Handicap (gr. IIT).

  • Darley's Zosima Looms Large in Arlington Lassie

    Zosima, the juvenile filly whose name would appear last alphabetically among this year's crop of the 2-year-olds racing under the Darley banner, may end up first in their hearts.

  • Pacific Classic winner Candy Ride's plans uncertain.

    Craigs May Skip BC Classic With Candy Ride

    Although no decision has been made regarding Candy Ride's status in the $4 million Breeders' Cup Classic – Powered by Dodge (gr. I), trainer Ron McAnally said after meeting with co-owner Sid Craig that they may decide to put the horse away until next year.