Headlines for Sunday, October 16, 2011

  • Up In Time and Martin Garcia take the Harold C. Ramser Sr. Stakes at Santa Anita.

    Up In Time Surges to Ramser Triumph

    Up In Time picked up her second graded stakes win this year when she surged past Celestial Kitten in the final furlong to win the $100,000 Harold C. Ramser Sr. (gr. IIIT) on the turf at Santa Anita Oct. 16.

  • Sarah Lynx streaks away from the field to win the Pattison Canadian International.

    Filly Sarah Lynx Wins Canadian International

    Sarah Lynx, the lone filly in the field of 16 for the Pattison Canadian International (Can-IT), snuck through at the rail and turned the $1.49 million event into a romp at 22-1 odds Oct. 16 over a yielding course at Woodbine.

  • Miss Keller (middle, green/yellow silks) outfinishes I'm A Dreamer and Dream Peace to win the E. P. Taylor.

    Miss Keller Wakes Up in Thrilling E.P. Taylor

    Out of the money in five starts this year, Miss Keller woke up in a huge way at Woodbine Oct. 16, taking the $991,288 E.P. Taylor Stakes (Can-IT) in heart-pounding style as part of a three-horse blanket finish.

  • Mike Repole with Stay Thirsty (left) and Uncle Mo at Belmont Park.

    Uncle Mo, Stay Thirsty Work at Belmont

    Mike Repole's dynamic duo of Uncle Mo and Stay Thirsty worked the morning of Oct. 16 over the training track at Belmont Park, with Uncle Mo covering five furlongs in a bullet :58.64 -- the fastest of 32 at the distance.

  • Regally Ready holds off Bated Breath to win the Nearctic at Woodbine.

    Regally Ready Rockets to Nearctic Victory

    Pacesetting Regally Ready, rebounding from a disappointing effort in the Turf Monster Handicap last month, held off the fast-closing favorite Bated Breath to win an exciting renewal of Woodbine's Nearctic Stakes (gr. IT).

  • Trainer Bill Mott

    Mott's Breeders' Cup Team Works at Churchill

    A trio of Breeders' Cup contenders from the barn of Hall of Fame trainer Bill Mott--To Honor and Serve (Classic, gr. I), Royal Delta (Ladies' Classic, gr. I) and Courageous Cat (Mile, gr. IT)--worked Oct. 16 at Churchill.

  • Aventura Wins Last Leg of Japan's Filly Crown

    Aventura won her first grade I in the $2.1 million Shuka Sho at Kyoto Racecourse Oct. 16, celebrating her third victory in as many starts this season. The Shuka Sho is the third and final jewel of Japan's filly triple crown.