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Today's Tracks

Sunday July 12th

  • Lingfield (UK)    7:00am
  • Turffontein (SAf)    7:10am
  • Hamilton Park (UK)    7:15am
  • Bangor-on-Dee (UK)    8:10am
  • Cork (IRE)    9:40am
  • Dundalk (IRE)    10:30am
  • Gulfstream Tropical    12:00pm
  • Saratoga Harness    12:00pm
  • Laurel Park    12:40pm
  • Harrahs Philly (Chester)    12:40pm
  • Monmouth Park    12:50pm
  • Woodbine (TB)    1:00pm
  • Tioga Downs    1:00pm
  • Running Aces    1:00pm
  • Hippodrome 3R    1:00pm
  • Keeneland    1:05pm
  • Belmont Park    1:15pm
  • Clinton Raceway    1:30pm
  • Ruidoso Downs    3:00pm
  • Lone Star Park    4:05pm
  • Del Mar    5:00pm
  • Prairie Meadows    5:00pm
  • Pocono Downs    5:00pm
  • Pleasanton    5:45pm
  • Georgian Downs    6:00pm
  • Fair Meadows    6:00pm
  • Rideau Carleton    6:30pm
  • Mountaineer Park    7:00pm
  • Century Mile TB    7:15pm
  • Los Alamitos (QH)    8:00pm
  • Hawthorne (H)    8:10pm
  • Australia A    10:30pm
  • Australia B    10:45pm
  • Australia Harness 1    10:55pm
  • Australia C    11:05pm
  • Australia Harness 2    11:15pm
  • Kawasaki JPN    11:55pm

Carryover Information

Carryover Wager Type Track Date
$477,409 JP Pick 6* BELMONT PARK Jul 12
$15,322 Hi 5 DEL MAR Jul 12
$25,435 Hi 5 KEENELAND Jul 12
$79,878 JP Hi 5 WOODBINE TB Jul 12
$21,342 JP Pick 6 WOODBINE TB Jul 12
$6,059 JP Pick 6 MONMOUTH PARK Jul 12
$6,376 JP Hi 5 CENTURY MILE TB Jul 12
$79,621 JP Pick 6 PLEASANTON Jul 12
$38,712 JP Hi 5 PLEASANTON Jul 12
$53 JP Pick 5 RUIDOSO DOWNS Jul 12
$128 Pick 4 CORK IRE Jul 12
$2,171 Superfecta CORK IRE Jul 12
$47,259 JP Pick 5 POCONO DOWNS Jul 12
$7,861 JP Hi 5 HARRAH'S AT PHILLY Jul 12
$566 Hi 5 GEORGIAN DOWNS Jul 12
$7,058 JP Pick 5 RUNNING ACES Jul 12
$295 JP Hi 5 RUNNING ACES Jul 12
$280,259 JP Pick 6 Gulfstream Jul 12
$23,741 JP Hi 5 FORT ERIE Jul 13
$68,050 JP Hi 5 ASSINIBOIA DOWNS Jul 13
$28,142 JP Pick 5 ASSINIBOIA DOWNS Jul 13
$545 JP Pick 6 THISTLEDOWN Jul 13
$1,908 JP Pick 6 Canterbury Jul 13
$422 JP Pick 5 Louisiana Downs Jul 13
$13,822 JP Pick 7 EMERALD DOWNS Jul 15
$11,293 JP Pick 6 CHARLES TOWN Jul 16
$1,342 JP Pick 6 HAWTHORNE HARNESS Jul 17
$65,089 JP Hi 5 R5 MEADOWLANDS Jul 17
$80,368 JP Hi 5 LR MEADOWLANDS Jul 17

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Racing News

With Jenny Wiley Score, Rushing Fall Now A Grade 1 Winner At 2, 3, 4 And 5

With Jenny Wiley Score, Rushing Fall Now A Grade 1 Winner At 2, 3, 4 And 5

E Five Thoroughbreds’ Rushing Fall collared pacesetting Jolie Olimpica (BRZ) at the eighth pole and then drew clear to win the Grade 1 Jenny Wiley by three-quarters of a length at Keeneland in Lexington, Ky.

Trained by Chad Brown and ridden by Javier Castellano, Rushing Fall covered the 1 1/16 miles on a firm turf course in a course-record 1:39.02.

Jolie Olimpica set the pace with fractions of :23.42, :46.94 and 1:10.10 with Rushing Fall in closest pursuit. Rushing Fall began closing the gap on the far turn but was unable to draw on even terms until midstretch where she began to slowly inch away.

Rushing Fall’s fifth Grade 1 victory was worth $210,000 and increased her earnings to $2,278,000 with a record of 13-10-2-0.

The 5-year-old Kentucky-bred daughter of More Than Ready out of the Forestry mare Autumnal notched her fifth Keeneland stakes victory, a total that trails only the record seven owned by Wise Dan.

Rushing Fall won the  Jessamine (G3) in 2017, the Appalachian (G2)  and Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup (G1) in 2018 and the Jenny Wiley (G1) in 2019. She joins Intercontinental (GB) in 2004-2005 as the only repeat Jenny Wiley winner.

She becomes the third horse since 1976 to win Grade 1 stakes as age 2, 3, 4 and 5 joining Lady Eli and Beholder.

Rushing Fall returned $3.60, $2.60 and $2.10. Jolie Olimpica, ridden by Mike Smith, returned $5.20 and $3.60 with Juliet Foxtrot (GB) finishing third another half-length back under Tyler Gaffalione and paying $3.20 to show.

It was another 1¼ lengths back to Altea (FR) and Toinette, who dead-heated for fourth with Secret Message, La Signare (FR) and Mucho Unusual completing the field in order.

Jenny Wiley Quotes
Bob Edwards, whose e Five Racing Thoroughbreds owns Rushing Fall: “She’s tenacious and once she got a nose ahead, she wasn’t letting up. She was going to bury her.”

On Rushing Fall winning Grade 1 races each year from ages 2-5: “It’s a dream come true. Everyone wishes for a horse like this. I hope I get another one in my racing career like her. This is just phenomenal. We’re all sitting around watching it at the house. I’m still shaking. The adrenaline spike is still there even when you’re watching from your couch. And not a terrible day for Chad (Brown).”

Javier Castellano: “She’s the type of horse that she doesn’t have to be on the lead. Today it worked out great. I could keep track of the front runners. The way she did it is amazing. She’s a really nice filly.”

The post With Jenny Wiley Score, Rushing Fall Now A Grade 1 Winner At 2, 3, 4 And 5 appeared first on Horse Racing News | Paulick Report.

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Heavily Favored Dunbar Road Proves Much Best In Delaware Handicap

Heavily Favored Dunbar Road Proves Much Best In Delaware Handicap

Peter Brant’s Dunbar Road cruised to an easy victory in Saturday’s $400,000 Grade 2 Delaware Handicap at Delaware Park in Wilmington, Del.

With Irad Ortiz, Jr. aboard, the 4-year-old daughter of Quality Road posted a 3-length triumph and returned $2.40 as the favorite in the field of six.  Sacarosa, with Carol Cedeno, finished second a length in front of Bellera, with Trevor McCarthy in third.  Dunbar Road covered the mile and an eighth in 1:49.02 over a fast main track.

In her only other outing this year, the Kentucky-bred conditioned by Chad Brown won the mile and a sixteenth $100,000 Shawnee Stakes by 1 ¾-lengths at Churchill Downs on May 23.  Last year, she won the Grade 2 Mother Goose at Belmont Park and the Grade 1 Alabama at Saratoga before finishing third in the Grade 1 Spinster at Keeneland and fifth in the Grade 1 Breeders’ Cup Distaff at Santa Anita Park.  She has a career record of six wins from nine starts with earnings of $998,040.

Winning jockey Irad Ortiz, Jr. was impressed with this race.

“I got a perfect trip,” said winning jockey Irad Ortiz, Jr.  “She broke really good, I was right behind the early speed right where I wanted to be.  I wanted to save some ground and then I got her out.  By the three-eighths pole, I started working my way out and I had no trouble, so I just got her clear and she responded.  She responded very well.  This is a really nice filly.  You are going to hear a lot from her – trust me.”

The post Heavily Favored Dunbar Road Proves Much Best In Delaware Handicap appeared first on Horse Racing News | Paulick Report.

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Dunbar Road Outclasses ‘Em in Del ‘Cap

Dunbar Road Outclasses ‘Em in Del ‘Cap

On a day when Chad Brown secured his 100th and 101st Grade I victories, Dunbar Road–already a Grade I winner herself–added to the haul in an event that was downgraded from highest-level status a couple years ago. Saving all the ground tucked just behind the speed early, the prohibitive favorite split rivals under confident handling heading for home. Saracosa tried to shadow that one’s move, but Dunbar Road simply outclassed her competition to win geared down by as much as she pleased.

An eight-length debut winner at Gulfstream last March, Dunbar Road was a close second in the GII Gulfstream Park Oaks 27 days later. Excluded from the GI Kentucky Oaks, she cleared her ‘1x’ at Belmont at the end of May and was a shoe-in winner of that track’s GII Mother Goose S. a month later. She had a similarly easy time of it in the GI Alabama S. over 10 furlongs in the Saratoga slop in August, but settled for third behind Blue Prize (Arg) (Pure Prize) and Elate (Medaglia d’Oro) first time against her elders in the GI Juddmonte Spinster S. at Keeneland Oct. 6. She was fifth behind Blue Prize in the GI Breeders’ Cup Distaff Nov. 2, and returned with an easy victory in Churchill’s Shawnee S. May 23.

Saturday, Delaware Park
DELAWARE H.-GII, $400,000, Delaware, 7-11, 3yo/up, f/m,
1 1/8m, 1:49.02, ft.
1–DUNBAR ROAD, 123, f, 4, by Quality Road
                1st Dam: Gift List, by Bernardini
                2nd Dam: Private Gift, by Unbridled
                3rd Dam: Private Status, by Alydar
($350,000 Ylg ’17 KEESEP). O-Peter M. Brant; B-Jeffery J.
Drown (KY); T-Chad C. Brown; J-Irad Ortiz, Jr. $240,000.
Lifetime Record: GISW, 9-6-1-1, $998,040.
Werk Nick Rating: A+++ Triple Plus*.
Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.
2–Saracosa, 116, m, 5, Bernardini–Homeschooling, by Medaglia
d’Oro. ($85,000 RNA Ylg ’16 KEESEP). O-Chad Schumer
B-Meritage Ventures, Inc. (KY); T-Cipriano Contreras. $80,000.
3–Bellera, 118, f, 4, Bernardini–Habiboo, by Unbridled’s Song.
($90,000 Ylg ’17 KEESEP). O-Mathis Stable LLC, Madake
Stables LLC & Doheny Racing Stable; B-Hardacre Farm (FL);
T-Todd A. Pletcher. $40,000.
Margins: 3, 1, HD. Odds: 0.20, 6.30, 6.00.
Also Ran: Over Thinking, Wicked Awesome, Lucky Move. Scratched: Always Shopping, Vexatious. Click for the chart, the PPs or the free catalogue-style pedigree. VIDEO, sponsored by Fasig-Tipton.

Pedigree Notes:

Dunbar Road is one of a number of recent graded performers to stamp Bernardini as one of the most coveted broodmares sires of the moment, and she was followed home Saturday by two daughters of that Darley stalwart. She is the granddaughter of SW Private Gift, a half-sister to MGISW Secret Status, by Bernardini’s sire A.P. Indy. Gift List’s last reported foal is the unraced 3-year-old filly On the Good List (Speightstown), who sold to Repole Stable for $230,000 at KEENOV ’19.


The post Dunbar Road Outclasses ‘Em in Del ‘Cap appeared first on TDN | Thoroughbred Daily News | Horse Racing News, Results and Video | Thoroughbred Breeding and Auctions.

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Art Collector Draws Away in Blue Grass

Art Collector Draws Away in Blue Grass

Bruce Lunsford homebred Art Collector (Bernardini) put his name in the hat for the Sept. 5 GI Kentucky Derby with a victory in the GII Toyota Blue Grass S. at Keeneland Saturday. Engaged in a three-way duel for control through the opening stages, the 2-1 shot ended up a close third just off MGSW filly Swiss Skydiver (Daredevil) and Shivaree (Awesome of Course) as the first quarter went in :23.25. Maintaining that position while running off the fence through a :46.61 half-mile, the dark bay ranged up menacingly outside of Swiss Skydiver with 10 charging up behind as Shivaree called it quits with three-eighths left to run. Swiss Skydiver turner for home in front, but Art Collector was right with her and those two drew away from the rest of the field down the lane. Art Collector shrugged free of the filly in the final sixteenth and rolled clear to a 3 1/2-length victory. Swiss Skydiver held second over Rushie (Liam’s Map).

“It’s been a little bit of a roller coaster ride,” said trainer Tom Drury. “Everybody was fighting the same thing with COVID-19 and the uncertainty. I’m at a loss for words. It takes a village to get these things; there’s a lot of people who have done their part. I’m just honored to be able to share this with my staff and everyone that worked to get him here.”

As for the Derby, Drury said, “It took me my whole life just to get to this one win. I’m going to enjoy this one and we’ll worry about that tomorrow.”

Graduating at second asking on turf at Kentucky Downs last September, Art Collector was seventh in the GIII Bourbon S. on grass at Keeneland last October and was sixth in his first try on dirt in November at Churchill Downs. He romped by 7 1/2 lengths in a six-panel event in the slop on the Churchill main track Nov. 30, but was disqualified from purse money after a positive test for previous trainer Joe Sharp. Transferred to Tom Drury after that, Art Collector won a seven-furlong test at Churchill Downs May 17 and won by 6 1/2 lengths when stretched to 1 1/16 miles in Louisville June 13.

Pedigree Notes:

Art Collector is the 46th graded stakes winner for 2006 champion 3-year-old colt Bernardini, a reliable conduit of A.P. Indy. He is also the third of Bernardini’s 75 black-type winners specifically out of a Distorted Humor mare, including 2017 GI Vosburgh S. winner Takaful. Additionally, Art Collector was the second graded winner of the day at Keeneland out of a daughter of Distorted Humor, following Guarana’s win in the Madison. Bruce Lunsford bred Art Collector and his dam Distorted Legacy, a half to Lunsford-bred GSW and 1999 GI Belmont S. and GI Travers S. runner-up Vision and Verse (Storm Cat), but they are originally from a multi-generation Greentree Stud family. Distorted Legacy’s granddam is a half-sister to the Greentree stars and later sires Hatchet Man (The Axe II) and Stop the Music (Hail to Reason). Lunsford has gotten colts the last two years out of Distorted Legacy, both by Into Mischief.

Saturday, Keeneland
TOYOTA BLUE GRASS S.-GII, $600,000, Keeneland, 7-11, 3yo, 1 1/8m, 1:48.11, ft.
1–ART COLLECTOR, 123, c, 3, by Bernardini
1st Dam: Distorted Legacy (SW & GISP, $421,466), by Distorted Humor
2nd Dam: Bunting, by Private Account
3rd Dam: Flag Waver, by Hoist the Flag
1ST BLACK TYPE WIN, 1ST GRADED STAKES WIN. O/B-Bruce Lunsford (KY); T-Thomas Drury, Jr.; J-Brian Joseph Hernandez, Jr. $360,000. Lifetime Record: 8-4-1-0, $548,475. Werk Nick Rating: A+++ * Triple Plus*. Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.
2–Swiss Skydiver, 118, f, 3, Daredevil–Expo Gold, by Johannesburg. ($35,000 Ylg ’18 KEESEP). O-Peter J. Callahan; B-WinStar Farm, LLC (KY); T-Kenneth G. McPeek. $120,000.
3–Rushie, 123, c, 3, Liam’s Map–Conquest Angel, by Colonel John. ($70,000 2yo ’19 OBSMAR). O-Jim & Donna Daniell; B-Ocala Stud (FL); T-Michael W. McCarthy. $60,000.
Margins: 3HF, 4 3/4, NK. Odds: 2.30, 2.20, 7.30.
Also Ran: Enforceable, Attachment Rate, Mr. Big News, Finnick the Fierce, Tiesto, Hard Lighting, Basin, Shivaree, Hunt the Front, Man in the Can.
Click for the chart, the PPs or the free catalogue-style pedigree. VIDEO, sponsored by Fasig-Tipton.

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