Headlines for Saturday, November 10, 2007

  • The Nov. 10 session of the Keeneland November breeding stock sale saw declines in gross, average, and median.

    Keeneland Day Six: Market Softens

    The Nov. 10 session of the Keeneland November breeding stock sale saw declines in gross, average, and median as a changeover of buyers from around the world created a softer market.

  • Trainer Greg Gilchrist

    Gilchrist Cited in CHRB Complaint

    Trainer Greg Gilchrist faces a California Horse Racing Board complaint after a horse in his care, Yodelay You're Who, exceeded the allowable threshold for procaine in a post-race sample taken at Bay Meadows.

  • Like a Gem

    Like a Gem Stops Monashee's Streak

    Like a Gem ran her winning streak to three races in the US$219,564 Maple Leaf Nov. 10 while spoiling the Woodbine debut of Western Canada invader Monashee, who was looking for her 12th consecutive win.

  • Revved Up holds off Soldier's Dancer for his third consecutive victory in the Bonnie Heath Turf Cup.

    Revved Up Wins 3rd Straight Million

    In other stakes action, the $200,000 Carl G. Rose Handicap was won by 4-year-old gelding Electrify, who saved ground along the fence and then sped to the lead in mid-stretch under Elvis Trujillo to score by two lengths.

  • Bit of Whimsy wins the $174,900 Mrs. Revere at Churchill Downs.

    'Whimsy All Business in Mrs. Revere

    Bit of Whimsy had already accomplished her major goal of the year for trainer Barclay Tagg when the 3-year-old filly captured the Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup at Keeneland last month. She put an exclamation point on a strong campaign with her hard-fought victory in the $174,900 Mrs. Revere (gr. IIT) on the Churchill Downs lawn Nov. 10.

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    At 14-1, Dave Takes Red Smith 'Cap

    The Barclay Tagg-trained Dave took advantage of a clear outside trip under jockey Joe Bravo to win the $150,000 Red Smith Handicap (gr. IIT) over the yielding turf at Aqueduct Nov. 10.

  • Calder Race Course has won the right to install slot machines.

    Calder Cuts Purses, Upsets HBPA

    Lower than expected handle and attendance has forced Calder Race Course to reduce its daily purses by approximately $10,000 beginning with races scheduled for Nov. 15.

  • Millionaire Kissin Kris to Canada

    Kissin Kris, winner of the 1993 Haskell Invitational (gr. I) and the earner of over $1.6 million in his racing career, has moved from Tommy Town Thoroughbreds in California to Canada's Esquirol Farm.

  • Philly Park Casino Plan Presented

    After a delay of several months, Greenwood Gaming & Entertainment presented plans for a stand-alone casino on the Philadelphia Park Casino & Racetrack property to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board Nov. 8.