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  • Discreetly Mine won the Risen Star in March.

    Discreetly Mine Cuts Back in Jersey Shore

    Grade II winner Discreetly Mine, most recently runner-up in the Woody Stephens (gr. II) last month, will face five rivals including filly Christine Daae in the $200,000 Jersey Shore Stakes (gr. III) July 4 at Monmouth.

  • Devil May Care draws off to victory in the Bonnie Miss.<br><a target="blank" href="">Order This Photo</a>

    Devil May Care Rebounds in Bonnie Miss

    Overlooked at odds of 7-1, Glencrest Farm's Devil May Care took over at the top of the stretch and bounded away to a 2 3/4-length victory in the $200,000 Bonnie Miss Stakes (gr. II) March 20 at Gulfstream Park.

  • Christine Daae Gets Tested in Bonnie Miss

    Christine Daae will try to prove she is worthy of the lofty expectations when she faces a solid field of runners that includes graded stakes winners Amen Hallelujah and Devil May Care in the $200,000 Bonnie Miss Stakes

  • Amen Hallelujah pulls away to win the Davona Dale.
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    Amen Hallelujah Dazzles in Davona Dale

    Amen Hallelujah put on a dazzling display in her first start on dirt, leaving favored Bickersons in the dust at the top of the lane and romping home for a 6 1/4-length win in the $150,000 Davona Dale Stakes (gr. II) Feb. 27

  • THS: Sham Stakes and Davona Dale

    Jason, Tom, and Rich Nilsen of preview the Sham Stakes (gr. III) and the Davona Dale (gr. II).

  • Bickersons, dominate winner of the Forward Gal, headlines the Davona Dale.<br><a target="blank" href="">Order This Photo</a>.

    Davona Dale Draws Several KY Oaks Hopefuls

    A solid field of eight 3-year-old fillies, many of them with an eye on the April 30 Kentucky Oaks (gr. I), will line up against one another in the $150,000 Davona Dale Stakes (gr. II) Feb. 27 at Gulfstream Park.

  • Could Christine be the Next Rachel?

    A filly like Rachel Alexandra comes around once in a blue moon. It is not reasonable to think that another 3-year-old filly will surface any time soon and do the things she did. But we can still hope, can't we?