Keyword: Woodward

  • Mineshaft seeks third straight Grade I win Saturday.

    Mineshaft Ready for Next Step in Woodward

    William Farish's Mineshaft will be the marquee attraction on Saturday's Belmont Park card that will feature three grade I events. The 4-year-old colt will go for his third straight grade I win against four rivals in the $500,000 Woodward Stakes over 1 1/8 miles.

  • Mineshaft Posts Impressive Move

    Will Farish's Mineshaft moved one step closer to next Saturday's $500,000 Woodward (gr. I) at Belmont Park with a six-furlong work that went in an impressive 1:11 2/5 over the Saratoga Race Course main track Thursday morning for trainer Neil Howard.

  • Lido Palace, winning the 2002 Clark Handicap at Churchill Downs.

    Two-Time Champion Lido Palace Retired

    Amerman Racing Stables' Lido Palace, a millionaire twice over and two-time champion colt in his native Chile, has been retired from racing due to a wrenched ankle that has not sufficiently responded to rest.

  • Lemon Drop Kid (5), ridden by Edgar Prado, prevails by a head to capture the Woodward Stakes at Belmont Park Saturday for his fourth-straight victory. Behrens, right, was second.

    Lemon Drop Kid Wins Woodward Stretch Duel

    Behrens, Skimming, and Lemon Drop Kid arrived at the top of the stretch three across the track, before Behrens, on the inside, and Lemon Drop Kid engaged in a stretch-long duel won by the latter in the $500,000 Woodward Stakes (gr. I) Saturday at Belmont. Under Edgar Prado, Lemon Drop Kid completed the 1 1/8 miles in 1:50.53 over a fast track, finishing a head in front of Behrens.

  • Running Stag Unlikely for Woodward; Skimming To Run

    Due to a minor injury to his left front leg, Richard Cohen's Running Stag is now considered unlikely for the $500,000 Woodward (gr. I), according to assistant trainer Roger Teal. Meanwhile, Pacific Classic (gr. I) winner Skimming will ship to Belmont Park on Tuesday ahead of the Sept. 16th race.

  • Lemon Drop Kid, Early Pioneer Work

    Lemon Drop Kid continued preparing for the $500,000 Woodward Stakes (gr. I), completing a six-furlong drill over the main track in 1:13 1/5, handily, at Saratoga on Thursday. At Del Mar, Early Pioneer worked a mile in 1:39 2/5, handily.