Keyword: Florida Stallion Series

  • No stopping Scandalous Act in the My Dear Girl Stakes.

    Scandalous Act Trounces Rivals to Sweep FSS

    Scandalous Act won the $300,000 My Dear Girl Stakes in a romp Oct. 12 at Calder Casino & Race Course to complete her sweep of the female division of the Florida Stallion Stakes for owner/breeder Gilbert G. Campbell.

  • Awesome Feather

    Awesome Feather Might Take Wing

    Jacks or Better Farm's homebred Awesome Feather, who swept the Florida Stallion Series for fillies at Calder this fall, has a big shot in Friday's $2 million Breeder's Cup Juvenile Fillies (gr. I).

  • Jackson Bend

    Jackson Bend Takes Florida

    MAHUBAH'S CORNER, by Avalyn Hunter <P>Inspiring hope for small breeders is juvenile standout Jackson Bend, whose durability and precocity combined are traits this Florida homebred inherited from both sides of his pedigree.

  • Calico Bay Upsets Silk Ridge in the FSS; Wise Answer Romps

    Left eight lengths behind leaving the gate in the $400,000 My Dear Girl division of the Florida Stallion Series, Calico Bay overtook prohibitive favorite Silk Ridge near the sixteenth pole en route to a four-length victory at Calder Race Course Oct. 13. In the Florida Stallion In Reality division for males, odds-on choice Wise Answer kicked away from the field leaving the quarter pole and rolled home by a whopping 10 lengths.

  • Brave Raj winner Silk Ridge will try to sweep the Florida Stallion Series in her division.

    Silk Ridge Seeks Sweep of Florida Stallion Series

    Karen Keen's 2-year-old Silk Ridge will seek a sweep of the Florida Stallion Series in her division when she heads to the post in the $400,000 My Dear Girl Stakes at Calder Race Course Oct. 13, the track's Calder Derby day.

  • Hurricane Frances is seen in this National Weather Service Doppler radar image taken Sunday.

    Calder Clears Debris, Able to Reopen

    Calder Race Course was forced to close for both live racing and simulcasting from Friday, Sept. 3 through Sunday, Sept. 5 due to the effects of Hurricane Frances.

  • Express Tour, winning the 2001 Jerome Handicap.

    Express Tour Enters Stud in Florida

    Millionaire and grade II winner Express Tour, who won all three of the stakes in the Florida Stallion Series for 2-year-old males in 2000, has arrived for stallion duty at Roy Lerman's Lambholm South near Reddick, Fla.

  • Sir Oscar Notches In Reality, Sweeps Series

    Sir Oscar, ridden by Julio Garcia, took the lead on the far turn and held off a late run by Tap Dancer to win the $400,000 In Reality Division of the Florida Stallion Stakes by 2 ¼ lengths.

  • Sir Oscar, French Village Headline 'Baby Day' at Calder

    Oscar Novo's 2-year-old colt Sir Oscar and Eugene and Laura Melnyk's juvenile filly French Village are undefeated early in their careers and will face their biggest tests yet Saturday at Calder as the probable favorites in the $125,000 Affirmed and $125,000 Susan's Girl Divisions of the Florida Stallion Stakes.

  • Competitive Brave Raj, Foolish Pleasure Stakes on Tap at Calder

    The $100,000 Brave Raj Stakes and $100,000 Foolish Pleasure Stakes at a mile and 70 yards each will give Calder's top 2-year-old prospects their first opportunity to be tested over a distance of ground in a stakes race on Sept. 21.

  • Stallion Stakes Rematches in Affirmed and Susan's Girl

    Both the Dr. Fager and Desert Vixen first-round Florida Stallion Stakes divisions for 2-year-olds at Calder Race Course produced mild upsets of favorites and round two comes Saturday in the $125,000 Affirmed and $125,000 Susan's Girl divisions at seven furlongs.

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