Keyword: Richard Dutrow Jr.

  • Claimer Sis City Heads Demoiselle Field

    Sis City, owned in part by New York Yankees manager Joe Torre, is the filly to beat in Saturday's $200,000 Demoiselle (gr. II) for 3-year-old fillies at 1 1/8 miles.

  • Saint Liam Penciled In for Clark Handicap

    Saint Liam, who gave leading Horse of the Year candidate Ghostzapper his toughest race of the season while finishing second in the Woodward Stakes (g.r I) Sept. 11, is probable for the $500,000 Clark Handicap (gr. II) Nov. 26 at Churchill Downs.

  • Aggadan Gets Rolling, Captures Challedon

    Aggadan appeared to be going nowhere in Saturday's $75,000 Challedon Stakes at Pimlico, but when jockey Eibar Coa set him down to business around the far turn, the chestnut picked it up, caught his rivals and went on to an impressive victory.

  • Joe Torre, right, part owner of Sugar Punch, walks the horse to the winner's circle after Sugar Punch, ridden by Edgar Prado, won the Iroquois Stakes at Belmont Park.

    Sugar Punch Sweetens Torre's Tough Week

    IEAH Stable's and Joe Torre's favored Sugar Punch knocked her rivals out of contention with a big move on the turn to easily win the $125,000 Iroquois Handicap for fillies and mares going seven furlongs at Belmont Park Saturday.

  • Sugar Punch Drops Cologny in Schenectady

    Favorite Sugar Punch won her fifth consecutive race when she overcame frontrunner Cologny in midstretch of the $107,700 Schenectady Stakes for New York-bred fillies and mares at Belmont Park on Sunday.

  • Love of Money, ridden by Robby Albarado, wins the Pennsylvania Derby at Philadelphia Park.

    Love of Money Pays Off in Pennsylvania Derby

    Making his stakes debut, little known Love of Money put Pollard's Vision away in the stretch and romped to a smashing 8 1/2-length victory in the $750,000 Pennsylvania Derby (gr. II) at Philadelphia Park Monday.

  • Loving's Last Lunge Wins Brandywine

    After a prolonged duel, Sanford Goldfarb's Loving narrowly defeated Private Lap to take the $100,000 Brandywine Handicap at Delaware Park Saturday.

  • Peace Rules, favored in Oaklawn Handicap.

    Peace Rules Even-Money for Oaklawn Handicap

    Last year trainer Bobby Frankel saddled Medaglia d' Oro to win the Oaklawn Handicap (gr. II). This year Frankel hopes Peace Rules, who is listed as even money on the morning-line, can emulate his stablemate's success in Saturday's $500,000 race going 1 1/8-miles.

  • Well Fancied Coasts to Toboggan Triumph

    Sanford Goldfarb and Stewart Hoffman's Well Fancied recorded his sixth win in his last eight starts Saturday, stalking stubborn pacesetter Don Six from just off the pace, finally getting to the lead to win the $112,200 Toboggan Handicap (gr. III) by two lengths at Aqueduct.

  • Loving Gives Trainer Dutrow Big A Hat Trick

    Trainer Richard Dutrow Jr. had a superb day at Aqueduct Saturday, winning with all three starters he sent out, including Sanford Goldfarb's Loving, an easy victor of the $83,925 Gallant Fox Handicap.

  • Thunder Blitz wins the Queens County Handicap Saturday at Aqueduct.

    Thunder Blitz Overpowering in Queens County

    Trainer Richard Dutrow Jr. benefited from the spirit of the season when Stronach Stables' Thunder Blitz, conditioned by Bobby Frankel but stabled at Aqueduct for the inner track season, pulled a mild upset in the $108,300 Queens County Handicap (gr. III) Saturday.

  • Sports Page Worth a Quick Read Saturday

    Bowman's Band will probably be the favorite in the $100,000 Sport Page Handicap (gr. III) at seven furlongs on the Belmont Park main track Saturday.

  • Well Fancied Edges Gander in Empire Classic

    Sanford Goldfarb's and Stewart Hoffman's Well Fancied, the post-time favorite of the New York Showcase Day crowd of 10,214, held off the stubborn 7-year-old Gander to win Saturday's $250,000 Empire Classic for New York breds at 1 1/8 mile.

  • Gander Looks for Third Empire Classic Win

    Without Funny Cide, Saturday's $250,000 Empire Classic, the featured race on a day filled with New York-bred stakes, pits veteran fan favorite Gander against Sanford Goldfarb's Well Fancied.

  • Well Fancied Repeats in Belmont Fall Opener

    Sanford Goldfarb and Stewart Hoffman's Well Fancied became the first back-to-back winner of the General Douglas MacArtur Handicap, powering to a 5 ½-length victory Friday afternoon in the seven-furlong race for New York breds that opens the 38-day Belmont Park Fall Championship Meet.

  • Gander the 124-Pound Heavyweight in Shipman

    Belmont Park presents its final stakes race of the spring-summer meet Sunday when a deep field of New York-breds contests the $100,000 Evan Shipman Handicap at 1 1/16 miles. Gatsas Stables' Gander is the key attraction in this race and 124-pound highweight.

  • Carson Hollow, facing surgery to repair damaged knee.

    Carson Hollow Injured; Surgery Scheduled

    Carson Hollow, New York's 2002 Horse of the Year, suffered a chip in her left knee and might miss the remainder of the year. She is scheduled to undergo surgery at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital near Lexington, Ky.

  • Cyber Secrets cruises to victory in the Cicada Saturday at Aqueduct.

    Cyber Secret Provides Answer in Cicada Sprint

    Cyber Secret and Shaun Bridgmohan took the lead into the home stretch and drew off to win the $108,300 Cicada Stakes (gr. III) by 4½ lengths on a Saturday at Aqueduct.

  • Cyber Secret No Surprise in Busanda

    Cyber Secret and Jean-Luc Samyn made every post a winner, taking the $82,500 Busanda Stakes on Super Bowl Sunday at Aqueduct.

  • Cyber Secret Tops Ruthless Cast, if She Goes

    If Mother Nature cooperates, Sanford Goldfarb's Cyber Secret will start as the favorite in Sunday's $75,000-added Ruthless Stakes for 3-year-old fillies at six furlongs.

  • Well Fancied's Bold Move Saves Hudson Win

    Well Fancied carried John Velazquez through a narrow opening on the rail Saturday afternoon at Belmont Park to capture the $125,000 Hudson Handicap for New York-breds at six furlongs.

  • Say Florida Sandy Hopes to Rebound in Hudson

    Say Florida Sandy, the leading New York bred money earner of all time, leads a full field of 14 entered in the $125,000 Hudson at six furlongs at Belmont Park Saturday.

  • Carson Hollow, victorious in the Floral Park Stakes.

    It's All Carson Hollow in Floral Park Handicap

    Carson Hollow stamped herself as one of the nation's top female sprinters Saturday at Belmont Park as she posted an impressive 2 1/4-length victory in the $100,000 Floral Park Handicap (gr. III).

  • Richard Dutrow Enters Trio in Bold Ruler

    Trainer Richard Dutrow Jr. entered three horses, Lake Pontchartrain, Prince Monty, and Stalwart Member in the grade III $100,000 Bold Ruler Handicap for 3-year-olds and up at six furlongs. The Bold Ruler will be contested on the Wood Memorial under card.