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Today's Tracks

Wednesday June 3rd

  • Yarmouth (UK)    1:45am
  • Kenilworth (SAf)    6:30am
  • Happy Valley (HK)    6:45am
  • Gulfstream Tropical    12:00pm
  • Laurel Park    12:30pm
  • Tampa Bay Downs    12:30pm
  • Belmont Park    1:15pm
  • Lone Star Park    2:35pm
  • Buffalo Raceway    5:00pm
  • Northfield Park    6:00pm
  • Scioto Downs    6:30pm
  • Kempton Park (UK)    8:00pm
  • Assiniboia Downs    8:30pm
  • Australia A    9:30pm
  • Australia B    10:20pm
  • Australia Harness 1    10:25pm
  • Australia C    10:30pm
  • Australia D    11:00pm
  • Oi JPN    11:55pm

Thursday June 4th

  • Scarborough Downs    1:00pm

Carryover Information

Carryover Wager Type Track Date
$7,822 JP Pick 6 LONE STAR PARK Jun 2
$9,493 Hi 5 LONE STAR PARK Jun 2
$58,707 JP Pick 5 ASSINIBOIA DOWNS Jun 2
$3,433 JP Pick 6 NORTHFIELD PARK Jun 2
$27,039 JP Pick 6 TAMPA BAY DOWNS Jun 3
$1,304,296 JP Pick 6 Gulfstream Jun 3
$55,060 JP Pick 6 CHARLES TOWN Jun 4
$162,029 JP Pick 6 Churchill Downs Jun 4
$684 Pick 5 RUIDOSO DOWNS Jun 5
$43,654 JP Hi 5 R5 MEADOWLANDS Jun 5
$47,954 JP Hi 5 LR MEADOWLANDS Jun 5
$2,317 JP Pick 6 HAWTHORNE HARNESS Jun 5
$585,873 JP Pick 6 Santa Anita Jun 5
$31,438 JP Pick 6 Laurel Jun 5
$73,629 Pick 5 Laurel Jun 5

Player News

  • Tuesday’s “Lock” is at Northfield Park on race 2 with the #2-Pay The Winner-Driver change and drop in class=Win for Ronnie Wrenn Jr. Last “Lock” won again! Howard’s record now stands at: 570 of 903 wins with 159 seconds and 58 thirds. Good luck today and thank you for choosing!

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  • Monday’s “Lock” is at Northfield Park on race 4 with the #4-Rising MVP-Qualified in 1:56 and has speed to go wire to wire-Aaron Merriman drives. Last “Lock” won again making Howard’s record now standing at: 569 of 902 wins with 159 seconds and 58 thirds. Thank you for choosing as your place to wager.

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Racing News

Into Mischief Filly Quickest At Third OBS Spring Sale Under Tack Session

Into Mischief Filly Quickest At Third OBS Spring Sale Under Tack Session

Hip No. 429, a daughter of Into Mischief consigned by Randy Bradshaw, Agent, worked an eighth in :9 3/5 to post the fastest work at the distance at the third session of the under tack show for Ocala Breeders’ Sales Company’s 2020 Spring Sale of 2-Year-Olds in Training. The bay filly is out of graded stakes-placed stakes winner Shanon Nicole, by Majestic Warrior.

A pair of youngsters shared honors for the session’s fastest quarter, stopping the timer in :20 3/5.

  • Hip No. 493, consigned by Pick View LLC, Agent, is a bay filly by Street Sense out of Special Thanks, by Broken Vow, a daughter of graded stakes winner Bedanken.
  • Hip No. 1266, Happymac, a bay colt by Runhappy consigned by S B M Training and Sales, Agent, is a half-brother to graded stakes-winning OBS graduate Shancelot out of stakes winner True Kiss, by Is It True.

Hip No. 389, a chestnut colt by Dialed In consigned by Arindel turned in the session’s fastest three eighths, timed in :32 4/5. A full-brother to graded stakes placed Filly Joel, he’s out of Sally’s Song, by Unbridled’s Song.

Hip No. 456, a son of Tapizar consigned by Kings Equine, Agent, turned in an eighth in :9 4/5. The dark bay or brown colt is out of stakes winner Sing Dixie Sing, by Dixie Union, from the family of graded stakes winner Megans Bluff.

Six horses worked quarters in :20 4/5

  • Hip No. 420, a chestnut filly by Carpe Diem consigned by de Meric Sales, Agent, is out of Seeking Luck, by Seeking the Gold, a half-sister to graded stakes-placed stakes winner Lucky Pulpit.
  • Hip No. 437, consigned by Niall Brennan Stables, Agent, is a bay filly by Reload out of stakes placed Shes Into Mischief, by Into Mischief, a half-sister to stakes winner Shes Dangerous.
  • Hip No. 438, consigned by Scanlon Training & Sales, Agent, is a bay filly by Uncaptured out of She’s Kissable, by Montbrook, a half-sister to graded stakes winner Wall Street Wonder.
  • Hip No. 439, dark bay or brown colt by Can the Man consigned by Eddie Woods, Agent, is a half-brother to graded stakes placed Kid Perfect out of Sheza Sweet Lemon, by Lemon Drop Kid.
  • Hip No. 512, consigned by Wavertree Stables, Inc., (Ciaran Dunne), Agent, is a chestnut filly by Mshawish out of Starship Luna, by Malibu Moon, a daughter of graded stakes winner Hallowed Dream (IRE).
  • Hip No. 524, a dark bay or brown filly by Kantharos consigned by Woodford Thoroughbreds, Agent, is out of graded stakes-placed stakes winner Stormy Regatta, by Midshipman, from the family of graded stakes winner Utopian.

The under tack show resumes tomorrow at 7:30 a.m. Hip No.’s 529 – 704  and supplements 1268 – 1278 will breeze.

Under tack results and videos are posted on the OBS website at and can be viewed on kiosks in the breezeway and in the Video Room adjacent to the Horsemen’s Lounge. In-room viewing is available at The Courtyard by Marriott, Homewood Suites, Hampton Inn & Suites, Residence Inn and the Ocala Hilton, plus lounge viewing is available at the Hilton.

To view Tuesday’s under tack show results, click here.

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New York State Of Mind: Empire Racing Club Adds Summer Front Filly To 2020 Roster

New York State Of Mind: Empire Racing Club Adds Summer Front Filly To 2020 Roster

New York will celebrate the return of Thoroughbred racing on Wednesday, and the Empire Racing Club members can’t wait. The Empire Racing Club (ERC) will start its second season on Opening Day at Belmont Park, and adds a new runner to its stable – a precocious 2-year-old filly named Community Adjusted. The dark bay filly will race for the partnership of Rob Masiello and ERC, and will be trained by one of the nation’s leading horsemen and New York fixtures, Hall of Fame nominee Christophe Clement.

Currently in training at Belmont Park, Community Adjusted is a daughter of multiple graded-stakes winner and Grade I-placed Summer Front, who was also trained by Clement. Out of Rimini Road (Dynaformer), she was purchased by Masiello for $100,000 at the 2019 Keeneland September Yearling Sale. The juvenile is a half-sister to stakes winner Path of David and Atigun, an earner of $509,953 who was third in the 2012 renewal of the GI Belmont Stakes and the Breeders’ Cup Marathon.

“Community Adjusted is a lovely filly with a nice neck and shoulder, and looks like she will be able to get a route of ground,” said Masiello. “She is by the up-and-coming sire Summer Front, who is responsible for GII Fasig-Tipton Fountain of Youth S. winner Ete Indien at Gulfstream Park in February. Highly regarded during her time at the farm this winter, she has been training very well since joining Christophe Clement’s Belmont Park string last month and I am looking forward to running this filly with the Empire Racing Club in New York this summer!”

The ERC is a non-profit organization designed to introduce fans to racehorse ownership. Launched by the New York Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association (NYTHA) in 2019, the ERC will again be managed by famed race-caller Tom Durkin. Also training the current team of runners: 2020 Hall of Fame inductee Mark Casse and multiple NYRA meeting-leading trainer Linda Rice. The second season of the ERC will be limited to 200 members. The cost to join is $500 for the term, with no further outlay by the participants, providing members with the racing and horse ownership experience without the pitfalls and costs often associated with the business.

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Racing has been given the green light to resume, without spectators, in New York. While ERC members will not have the opportunity to visit the track in the near future, they will be kept up-to-date via bimonthly team email bulletins, regular Zoom Block Parties and educational teleconferences. Additionally, the ERC will continue to host remote events that will highlight the major race days, including handicapping seminars that will feature some of the nation’s leading Thoroughbred experts, and Club contests, allowing ERC members to test their own handicapping skills.

“You’d think I’d know a bit about racing after working in the game for 43 years,” said Durkin. “Well, being part of ERC last year I learned a bunch of stuff I never knew. Better yet….I met a bunch of terrific like-minded folks. On to year two!!!!”

In addition to the team’s newest addition, Community Adjusted, the 2020 team roster also includes sophomores Proven Strategies (Sky Mesa) and Now And Again (Awesome Again). Proven Strategies was in front midstretch in the 2019 GI Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf at Santa Anita before finishing sixth-beaten only two lengths. So far in 2020, he has hit the board in all four starts at Gulfstream Park, including a pair of wins during the Championship meet and a recent second behind the Clement-trained Gufo in the May 2 English Channel Stakes. He is scheduled to make his next start in the GIII Pennine Ridge S. on the Belmont Stakes undercard June 20.

Now and Again, placed at two, won his latest start against New York-breds at Aqueduct in February. He is expected to return to action this summer at Saratoga.

It promises to be another fun-filled and exciting season for Team ERC.

Club Member Shane Lockwood enthused: “Even though the pandemic has altered our lives, the ERC has provided a welcome relief. While we cannot be trackside, the ERC and NYTHA have continued to make us feel like welcomed members of the race horse community. There have been virtual meetings on topics such as veterinary care, breeding, and training updates, along with handicapping contests and social gatherings that have included some of the biggest names in racing. We had the opportunity to learn about the workers on the backstretch and about Thoroughbred aftercare. We heard about the great work done by BEST, the New York Race Track Chaplaincy and TAKE THE LEAD. While I miss the on-track experience, this year has in some ways been more rewarding than last year.”

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TDN’s Amanda Crelin a Breeders’ Cup Contest Finalist

TDN’s Amanda Crelin a Breeders’ Cup Contest Finalist

TDN Advertising Designer Amanda Crelin is one of five finalists in the Breeders’ Cup’s design-a-t-shirt contest to raise money to help COVID-19 efforts.

The contest, launched in May to support industry workers affected by the pandemic, challenged people to design a t-shirt that could be sold on, with the proceeds from the winning design supporting backstretch communities and other industry stakeholders impacted by the Coronavirus.

“My dad forwarded me the news about the contest,” said Crelin. “He loves horseracing, so he gets Breeders’ Cup emails, and he said maybe this is something that you’re interested in. I wasn’t really sure I’d have time to work on it, but the next time I saw him, `he said how’s your design coming along?’ I hadn’t realized just how interested he was in it, and I got to work on it that night.”

Crelin, who was born in the TDN’s hometown of Red Bank, New Jersey, has a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts in Graphic Design from Arcadia University, and has been with the TDN since 2011. “I had the idea to do horse racing mixed with the idea that we’re all in this together,” she said. “It was fun to do. It was something different. It’s horse-racing related, but I could make it whatever I wanted. I  sent my initial design to a few friends and they gave me their input. I found out on Monday that I was a finalist.”

The five finalists can be seen at Crelin’s is the first on the page, with the name Amanda C. Fans can vote every day until the contest closes on June 7 by clicking on the heart.




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Into Mischief Filly Sets New Furlong Mark at OBS

Into Mischief Filly Sets New Furlong Mark at OBS

A filly by Into Mischief (hip 429) turned in the fastest furlong work of the week so far (:9 3/5) and a pair of juveniles shared the day’s fastest quarter-mile time during Tuesday’s third under-tack preview session ahead of next week’s Ocala Breeders’ Sales Company’s Spring Sale of 2-Year-Olds in Training. A filly by Street Sense (hip 493), consigned by Pick View, and a colt by Runhappy (hip 1266), consigned by S B M Training and Sales, both covered the quarter-mile distance in :20 3/5.

Five juveniles have turned in furlong-works in :9 4/5 over the first three sessions of the seven-day under-tack show, but hip 429, a daughter of Into Mischief, was a tick faster with her breakout :9 3/5 work Tuesday. The filly is out of multiple stakes winner and graded placed Shanon Nicole (Majestic Warrior) and is consigned by Randy Bradshaw on behalf of her breeder, Sharon Hudon’s Sierra Farm.

“She definitely exceeded all expectations,” Sierra Farm manager Michael Callanan admitted after the breeze show Tuesday. “Randy sent Sharon and me a text right when she was in the chute. And then the next text, I just said, ‘Holy crap.’ And Randy wrote back ‘Yes. Holy crap.’ I don’t think even Randy thought she’d go that fast, to be honest with you.”

Sierra Farm began consigning yearlings under its own banner three years ago and had its first seven-figure yearling at the 2018 Keeneland September sale. Hip 429 was originally slated to be offered at Keeneland last fall, but was rerouted and is now among the first handful of juveniles the farm will offer at auction as 2-year-olds this year.

“She was a really nice filly as a yearling, but right before the sale, she came up with a little X-ray issue that was going to take some time,” Callanan said. “We entered her in the October sale, but we talked to Randy at September and he said, ‘Mike, don’t put her in the sale. Just give her the time and this will go away and it won’t be an issue.’ So we just gave her the time. We broke her on the farm and sent her down to Randy in December.”

Callanan continued, “She hasn’t taken a backwards step. All we heard from Randy all winter long was just, ‘This filly is an absolute tank’ and ‘She is a rocket.’ Those were the only two words he used to describe her.”

The late Ed Hudon, co-founder of Sierra Farm, purchased Shanon Nicole for $220,000 at the 2015 Fasig-Tipton Winter Mixed Sale.

“Ed Hudon went to the sale because he had heard the IRS were conducting a dispersal. He didn’t tell anybody else about it until we all got a text message saying Sierra Farm just bought her,” Callanan said with a laugh.

“Her first foal was a Tiznow and we got $200,000 for him,” Callanan continued, “The Into Mischief is her second foal. And she has a Quality Road yearling who is probably our best filly on the whole farm. Keeneland were out here looking at her yesterday and they were very impressed with her. Unfortunately, we lost the mare this year. She colicked. But she blessed us with the Into Mischief filly and the Quality Road filly and we have her last foal, the Uncle Mo colt here. He is an absolute cracker of a foal. A beautiful colt she left us with.”

Also through Bradshaw’s consignment, Sierra Farm will offer a filly by Malibu Moon (hip 1162) who is scheduled to work Saturday in Ocala. The 2-year-old RNA’d for $190,000 last September at Keeneland.

“She is a very different filly, she’s got a bit of stretch to her,” Callanan said. “She was a Book 1 filly. She went through the sale and we couldn’t get $200,000 for her. She is the last foal out of that mare. Both of these are really nice fillies and we’re going to protect them a little bit. Hopefully, we won’t have to worry about it too much with the Into Mischief filly, but definitely the Malibu Moon filly we’d like to protect her a little bit.”

Sierra Farm partnered with consignors Brandon and Ali Rice on a colt by Air Force Blue (hip 27) who sold for $390,000 at the OBS March sale. The chestnut colt had RNA’d for $95,000 at last year’s Keeneland September sale.

“We couldn’t get $100,000 for him at the sale,” Callanan said. “Brandon loved him and he came to us and we partnered up on her and we did very well with that.”

Sierra also partnered with consignor Michelle Hemingway on a filly by Violence out of Fontanne (Distorted Humor) who will be offered next week as hip 1041. Hemingway will also offer a Ghostzapper colt (hip 7) as part of the partnership at the upcoming Fasig-Tipton Midlantic sale.

“We want to keep the options open,” Callanan said. “It’s good to have relationships with all these different people because then they will realize the horses we sell are what we say they are and hopefully they can do well out of it and we can do well out of it. If a 2-year-old guy really likes one of our horses and it’s a little out of his budget and we don’t sell it for whatever reason, we’re able to partner up which is what we did with Michelle and Brandon and Ali. We definitely will be looking to do more of that going forward.”

Sierra Farm-breds have enjoyed success at racetracks across the globe recently. The farm bred GI Arkansas Derby winner Nadal (Blame) and Grade I placed American Theorem (American Pharoah), as well as Saudi Derby Cup winner Full Flat (Speightstown).

“We stand by our horses,” Callanan said. “We are very proud of what we produce here on the farm. This year has been a good year. We want to keep doing that.”

While Monday’s bullet quarter-mile time of :20 1/5 was left untouched, two horses shared Tuesday’s bullet time of :20 3/5. Four horses have now hit that mark so far at the under-tack show.

A filly by Street Sense (hip 493) shared Tuesday’s bullet quarter-mile work of :20 3/5. Consigned by Pick View, the bay is out of the unraced Special Thanks (Broken Vow) who is a daughter of multiple graded stakes winner Bedanken (Geri). She was purchased by Pick View for $22,000 at last year’s Keeneland September sale.

A colt from the first crop of sprint champion Runhappy (hip 1266) also turned in a quarter-mile work in :20 3/5 Tuesday in Ocala. Named Happymac, the bay was originally entered in the canceled Fasig-Tipton Gulfstream sale. Out of True Kiss (Is It True), he is a half-brother to last year’s GI Breeders’ Cup Sprint runner-up Shancelot (Shanghai Bobby). He is consigned by S B M Training and Sales and was purchased by Bill and Corinne Heiligbrodt for $360,000 at last year’s Keeneland September sale.

The breeze show continues through Saturday with sessions beginning daily at 7:30 a.m. The Spring Sale will be held next Tuesday through Friday with bidding commencing each day at 10 a.m.

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