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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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Laoban Colt Earns Furlong Bullet at OBS Under-Tack Finale

Laoban Colt Earns Furlong Bullet at OBS Under-Tack Finale

A colt by Laoban work the co-fastest furlong of the week Sunday during the sixth and final session of the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Company’s July 2-Year-Olds and Horses of Racing Age Sale under-tack show. The session, originally scheduled for Saturday, was delayed a day after lightning damaged the track’s timing equipment.

From the first crop of GII Jim Dandy S. winner Laoban (Uncle Mo), hip 983 was the second juvenile to work the furlong in :9 4/5 during the under-tack show. Out of One Look (Henny Hughes), the bay is consigned by Jesse Hoppel’s Coastal Equine.

“This track has played really weird all week,” Hoppel said. “But the way he prepped, we thought he’d be a :10 flat type horse. If you think they are in one spot, you get lucky and they go a little bit faster and, if you have some bad luck, sometimes they go a little bit slower. But he was really spot on today. He did really good.”

A full 27 juveniles worked the furlong in :10 flat during the week. Hip 983 and hip 640, a daughter of Not This Time, were the only of the week to work in under :10.

“I think it will highlight him for sure,” Hoppel said of the bullet. “But if the horse made a good video-which I think he did, he’s got a really good way of moving–then he will be just fine. I don’t think you have to necessarily be the bullet to sell a horse well. As long as the horse has good action and they go fast the right way, that’s the thing, they have to go fast the right way. Sometimes you get a horse that goes really fast and they look like something is about to fly off. And that’s no good. But I think he did it the right way, so they’ll appreciate it.”

Hoppel is consigning the colt on behalf of a group of friends who partnered to buy the youngster for $3,000 at last year’s Fasig-Tipton October Yearling Sale. Luis Franco signed the ticket in Lexington last fall.

“He is a robust, strong, aggressive colt,” Hoppel said of the juvenile. “He is a horse that doesn’t not show up. Some of these colts sometimes they get a little lazy or they start thinking about other things. He’s a very game individual.”

Hoppel sent out 11 juveniles to work during the week at OBS–including the bullet quarter-mile worker on the first day of the under-tack show–and the consignor said the track shifted from session to session as conditions went from hotter to cooler temperatures and was hit by several major rainstorms.

“I think the biggest part of the track is that it’s heat sensitive,” Hoppel said. “And dealing with July in the state of Florida, heat is an issue. That track gets to be a softer, slower playing track the more heat that is on it. When it is cold, the track is hard and fast. So this week, we had rain, we had heat, it just depends on was it a cold rain that cooled the track off or not. We had some days that were faster than other days. I had enough horses here that I had a good sampling throughout the week and I know where these horses are amongst themselves. So I know some days were different than other days. And those good agents, they know this track plays different day to day, so they will measure these horses on a per-day basis.”

A filly by Bahamian Squall (hip 1030) turned in Sunday’s fastest quarter-mile work when covering the distance in :20 3/5. Consigned by McKathan Brothers Sales, the dark bay filly was supplemented to the July Sale. She is out of Up for Grabs (First Samurai) and was purchased by Fernando Velasquez for $1,000 at last year’s OBS October Yearling Sale.

A colt from the first crop of multiple graded stakes winner Protonico (Giant’s Causeway) equaled the fastest three-furlong work of the week when covering the distance in :33 flat Sunday for Whitman Sales. Out of Mongolian Changa (Brilliant Speed), the dark bay was purchased by Christy Whitman for $1,000 at the OBS Winter Sale.

The once-raced 3-year-old filly Chambers Creek (Goldencents) (hip 992), consigned by Bobby Dodd, also worked in :33 flat Sunday.

The July sale will be held Tuesday through Thursday with sessions beginning daily at 10 a.m.

The post Laoban Colt Earns Furlong Bullet at OBS Under-Tack Finale appeared first on TDN | Thoroughbred Daily News | Horse Racing News, Results and Video | Thoroughbred Breeding and Auctions.

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Haskell Draw to be Streamed Live on Facebook

Haskell Draw to be Streamed Live on Facebook

The post position draw for Saturday’s GI Haskell S. will be streamed via Facebook Live on Monmouth Park’s Facebook page. The draw, which will take place in the Breeders’ Cup Garden on the Clubhouse side of the racetrack, will be held Wednesday at noon.

The $1-million Haskell offers points towards the Sept. 5 GI Kentucky Derby and is also a “Win and You’re In”race for the GI Breeders’ Cup Classic. BetMakers, in partnership with Monmouth Park, is offering a $1-million bonus to the connections of any horse that wins the Haskell, Kentucky Derby and Breeders’ Cup Classic.


The post Haskell Draw to be Streamed Live on Facebook appeared first on TDN | Thoroughbred Daily News | Horse Racing News, Results and Video | Thoroughbred Breeding and Auctions.

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