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Today's Tracks

Saturday July 4th

  • Scottsville (SAf)    5:10am
  • Haydock Park (UK)    7:00am
  • Epsom Downs (UK)    8:50am
  • Naas (IRE)    9:30am
  • Bellewstown (IRE)    9:45am
  • Gulfstream Tropical    12:00pm
  • Chelmsford City (UK)    12:10pm
  • Yarmouth (UK)    12:20pm
  • Pocono Downs    12:30pm
  • Laurel Park    12:40pm
  • Monmouth Park    12:50pm
  • Thistledown    12:50pm
  • Woodbine (TB)    1:00pm
  • Belmont Park    1:15pm
  • Delaware Park    1:15pm
  • Ellis Park    1:50pm
  • Scioto Downs    2:00pm
  • Hanover Raceway    2:00pm
  • Ruidoso Downs    3:00pm
  • Los Alamitos (TB)    4:00pm
  • NYRA Cross Country P5    4:45pm
  • Pleasanton    5:45pm
  • Buffalo Raceway    6:00pm
  • Vernon Downs    6:10pm
  • Tioga Downs    6:15pm
  • Evangeline Downs    6:50pm
  • Charles Town    7:00pm
  • Fair Meadows    7:00pm
  • Prairie Meadows    7:00pm
  • Woodbine at Mohawk    7:10pm
  • Meadowlands (H)    7:15pm
  • Georgian Downs    7:15pm
  • Delta Downs    7:15pm
  • Retama Park    7:45pm
  • Hawthorne (H)    8:10pm
  • Seoul Korea    9:25pm
  • Australia A    9:50pm
  • Port Augusta AUS    10:00pm
  • Australia B    10:10pm
  • Australia C    10:20pm
  • Australia Harness 1    10:25pm
  • Australia D    10:30pm
  • Australia Harness 2    11:05pm
  • Sha Tin (HK)    11:55pm
  • Busan Korea    11:55pm

Sunday July 5th

  • Northfield Park    6:00pm

Carryover Information

Carryover Wager Type Track Date
$160,762 JP Pick 6 BELMONT PARK Jul 3
$4,828 Pick 4 NAVAN IRE Jul 3
$19,409 JP Hi 5 WOODBINE TB Jul 3
$3,384 JP Pick 6 WOODBINE TB Jul 3
$15,218 Pick 4 CENTURY MILE TB Jul 3
$9,970 Pick 5 CENTURY MILE TB Jul 3
$1,111 JP Pick 5 CENTURY MILE TB Jul 3
$5,089 JP Pick 6 CHARLES TOWN Jul 3
$3,495 JP Pick 6 BELTERRA PARK Jul 3
$31,241 JP Pick 6 PLEASANTON Jul 3
$13,913 JP Hi 5 PLEASANTON Jul 3
$33,385 JP Pick 5 PRAIRIE MEADOWS Jul 3
$1,737 JP Hi 5 PENN NATIONAL Jul 3
$659 JP Pick 5 RUIDOSO DOWNS Jul 3
$57,438 JP Hi 5 R5 MEADOWLANDS Jul 3
$69,792 JP Hi 5 LR MEADOWLANDS Jul 3
$155,332 JP Hi 5 WOODBINE HARNESS Jul 3
$3,536 JP Hi 5 HARRAH'S AT PHILLY Jul 3
$3,510 JP Pick 5 RUNNING ACES Jul 3
$30,775 JP Pick 6 Gulfstream Park Jul 3
$8,080 JP Pick 6 THISTLEDOWN Jul 4
$2,843 JP Pick 6 Louisiana Downs Jul 4
$21,328 JP Pick 5 Louisiana Downs Jul 4
$15,857 JP Pick 6 LONE STAR Jul 5
$19,863 JP Hi 5 LONE STAR Jul 5
$23,508 JP Pick 5 GRANTS PASS Jul 6
$326,574 JP Pick 5 ASSINIBOIA DOWNS Jul 6
$46,314 JP Hi 5 ASSINIBOIA DOWNS Jul 6
$15,494 JP Pick 6 Canterbury Jul 6

Player News

  • Tonight’s “Lock” is back at Northfield Park on race 6 with the #4-Shouldaknownbetter-Nice looking 3 yr old who won 1st time race in 1:57-Chris Page drives. Last “Lock” was off the board making Howard’s record now standing at: 587 of 928 wins with 162 seconds and 58 thirds. Thank you for your support of ...

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  • Tonight’s “Lock” is at Yonkers Raceway on race 1 with the #1-Joe’s Sign-Nice looking 3 yr old has the rail and top driver Jason Bartlett. Last “Lock” won again making it 4 in a row! Howard’s pick record now stands at: 587 of 927 wins with 162 seconds and 58 thirds. Good luck today and thank ...

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Racing News

Garoppolo Is First Winner For Grade 1 winner Outwork

Garoppolo Is First Winner For Grade 1 winner Outwork

WinStar Farm’s Outwork, a Grade 1 winner by Uncle Mo, sired his first winner when Garoppolo won a 5 1/2-furlong maiden special weight at Belmont Park on Friday, July 3.

With Luis Saez riding for trainer Kelly Breen, Garoppolo broke alertly and tracked the early pace from third down the backstretch. He ranged up strongly three-wide on the far turn, assumed command in deep stretch and forged clear late to post a determined one-length victory in his second career start.

Owned by Mr. Amore Stable, Garoppolo was bred in Kentucky by Woodford Thoroughbreds. The bay colt, a $125,000 OBS March graduate, is out the multiple stakes-placed Cuvee mare Romantic Cuvee and hails from the family of multiple graded stakes winner and near-millionaire Senor Swinger.

“We believe the sky is the limit for Outwork,” said Elliott Walden, WinStar’s president, CEO, and racing manager. “He has always reminded us of his sire, Uncle Mo, and we’re excited to see that he is passing on the speed and precociousness that his sire line is known for.”

Outwork became Uncle Mo’s first winner as a 2-year-old when he won his 2015 Keeneland career debut at 4 1/2 furlongs. Outwork registered his biggest career victory in 2016, winning the $1-million Grade 1 Wood Memorial at Aqueduct for owner-breeder Mike Repole and trainer Todd Pletcher. Outwork retired with earnings of $701,800, having finished first or second in four of five lifetime starts.

The first Grade 1-winning son of Uncle Mo to retire to stud, Outwork is produced from the Grade 1-placed Empire Maker mare Nonna Mia, a three-quarter sister to multiple Grade 2 winner and sire Cairo Prince.

The post Garoppolo Is First Winner For Grade 1 winner Outwork appeared first on Horse Racing News | Paulick Report.

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Fletcher Looking For Homebred Filly To ‘Rocket’ To Lead In Victory Gallop

Fletcher Looking For Homebred Filly To ‘Rocket’ To Lead In Victory Gallop

In seven starts, owner Frank Fletcher said he has been impressed with what he’s seen out of his homebred filly Frank’s Rockette but is hoping she becomes a graded stakes winner in Saturday’s Grade 3, $100,000 Victory Ride at 6 1/2-furlongs over the main track at Belmont Park in Elmont, N.Y.

“She’s on the top of her game right now,” Fletcher said. “She’s a small horse, but she’s grown and gotten stronger. She ran very well in a couple of Grade 1 races last year as a 2-year-old and I’ve been pleased with each race.”

The Victory Ride, slated as Race 3 at 2:24 p.m. Eastern, is the first of five graded stakes on Saturday’s Runhappy Met Mile Day card. The stakes-laden 11-race showcase is headlined by the Grade 1 Runhappy Met Mile, open to 3-year-olds and up and offering a berth in the Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile in November at Keeneland; and also features the Grade 1, $400,000 Manhattan for 4-year-olds and up going 1 1/4-miles on turf; the Grade 2, $200,000 Suburban, a 10-furlong test for 4-year-olds and upward; and the Grade 3, $150,000 Poker, a one-mile turf test for older horses.

The Runhappy Met Mile will feature live on NBC from 5 – 6 p.m. Eastern with the entire Runhappy Met Mile Day card available on America’s Day at the Races on FS1 beginning at 1 p.m. First post Saturday is 1:15 p.m.

Trained by Hall of Famer Bill Mott, Frank’s Rockette has been favored in each of her career starts and has never finished worse than second. Although winless in both of her Grade 1 starts, which took place on the NYRA circuit in the Spinaway at Saratoga and the Frizette at Belmont Park, the Into Mischief bay filly has displayed top quality talent with her consistent record.

Frank’s Rockette kicked off her career with an 8 3/4-length triumph at Churchill Downs en route to three placings against graded stakes company, including a second in the Grade 2 Adirondack at Saratoga.

Fletcher recalls watching her career debut noting that she displayed an almost too laid back demeanor in the paddock.

“I remember the first time I saw her running at Churchill Downs and watching them saddle her in the paddock,” Fletcher said. “She had her head down and it looked like she was going to sleep. I said to the assistant, ‘Was she up all night last night?’ She does the same thing every time, but as soon as she gets to the track she’s focused and ready to run. She’s got a great personality. She’s real sweet and easy to be around but once she goes to the track, she’s all business.”

With no other bona fide frontrunners in the Victory Ride field, Frank’s Rockette is likely to lead the early charge. Fletcher said the early gate speed can be worrisome.

“She scares me sometimes,” Fletcher said. “She gets out there and runs so fast at the beginning that I get worried she’s going to be done at the end. Every time, she seems to find a new gear and finishes up strong.”

Following a runner-up effort in the Frizette to Wicked Whisper to close out her juvenile campaign, Frank’s Rockette returned to action in style making her 2020 bow a winning one in the Any Limit on February 22 at Gulfstream Park. Sent to post as the even-money favorite, she took command and strolled to a seven-length victory while producing a career-best 98 Beyer Speed Figure.

Frank’s Rockette arrives at the Victory Ride off a 3 1/2-length win in an allowance optional claiming event going six furlongs at Churchill Downs, which came after finishing second in the Purple Martin at Oaklawn Park to Kimari, subsequent Group 1 Commonwealth Cup runner-up at Royal Ascot.

Fletcher, a native of Little Rock, Arkansas, who owns Fletcher Auto Group, said he was hoping to see his special filly get a stakes win at his home track.

“I really wanted to win that race because it was at my home track, but the horse that beat us that day looks like a really nice one,” Fletcher said.

Frank’s Rockette is out of the graded stakes-winning Indian Charlie broodmare Rocket Twentyone, who won the Grade 3 Arlington-Washington Lassie as a 2-year-old and was trained by the late Tom Howard, whose wife Kathy serves as Fletcher’s racing manager.

Howard said she sees a lot of similarities between Frank’s Rockette and Rocket Twentyone.

“They look so much alike it’s uncanny,” Howard said. “She’s had foals before this one and I never saw any similarities, but this one was different. I remember watching her run in her first race and she did things just like her mother.”

Howard, a former jockey, has been acquainted with Mott for many years, having ridden horses for the trainer and relishes the opportunity to work with the horseman in a different role.

“Billy Mott is just a really good guy,” Howard said. “He’s a true and solid individual. He was good to me back then and put me on some winners and he’s still a good guy today.”

Fletcher names all of his horses to honor his longhaired German Shepherd named Rocket.

“I’m currently on Rocket number three,” Fletcher said, adding that his prior two dogs named Rocket each lived to be 11 years old. “I’ve probably had hundreds of horses over the years with the name ‘Rocket’. Years ago, I had a nice one named Son of Rocket who ran third in the [2001] Arkansas Derby and won the Southwest and we had some fun with him. But this one’s a filly, so now we have a Rockette.”

Listed as the 3-5 morning line favorite, Frank’s Rockette will blast out of the inside post under Hall of Famer John Velazquez in the Victory Ride.

The post Fletcher Looking For Homebred Filly To ‘Rocket’ To Lead In Victory Gallop appeared first on Horse Racing News | Paulick Report.

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Curlin’s Spice is Nice Returns to Winning Ways

Curlin’s Spice is Nice Returns to Winning Ways

6th-Belmont, $66,000, Alw (NW1$X)/Opt. Clm ($80,000), 7-3, 3yo, f, 1 1/16m, 1:40.67, ft.

SPICE IS NICE (f, 3, Curlin–Dame Dorothy {GISW, $749,740}, by Bernardini) romped by 12 lengths to earn the ‘TDN Rising Star’ tag in her Gulfstream unveiling Jan. 12. Runner-up to Tonalist’s Shape (Tonalist in that venue’s GII Davona Dale S. Feb. 29, the $1.05-million KEESEP purchase was fifth to divisional leader Swiss Skydiver (Daredevil) in the GII Gulfstream Park Oaks last time Mar. 28. Hammered down to 1-2 favoritism to get back in the winner’s circle in this class drop, the chestnut stumbled a step exiting the outside stall, but quickly recovered and stalked from off the fence in second as Say Moi (Union Rags) clocked a :23.41 opening quarter. Maintaining that position through a half-mile in :46.90, Spice is Nice drew even with the leader entering the far turn and battled that foe until mid-stretch, where she kicked clear with ease to win by 2 3/4 lengths. Her Grade I-winning dam Dame Dorothy, who RNA’d for $3.1-million at last term’s KEENOV sale, is also responsible for a yearling colt by Medaglia d’Oro and an Uncle Mo colt born May 2 of this year. The 9-year-old mare is a half-sister to MGISW Mrs. Lindsay (Theatrical {Ire}), who is the dam of SW & MGSP Mr. Owen (Invincible Spirit {Ire}). Sales history: $1,050,000 Ylg ’18 KEESEP. Lifetime Record: 4-2-1-0, $106,080. Click for the chart or VIDEO, sponsored by Fasig-Tipton.

O-Low, Lawana L. and Robert E.; B-B. Flay Thoroughbreds LLC (KY); T-Todd A. Pletcher.

The post Curlin’s Spice is Nice Returns to Winning Ways appeared first on TDN | Thoroughbred Daily News | Horse Racing News, Results and Video | Thoroughbred Breeding and Auctions.

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Limited Spectators for Colonial Downs Meet

Limited Spectators for Colonial Downs Meet

Colonial Downs is slated to open for its 18-day stand Monday, July 27, and the turf-centric oval announced Friday that it will cap attendance at 1000 spectators in accordance with third phase of Virginia’s COVID-19 re-opening plan. Spectators will be limited to outdoor areas of the track apron and grandstand; will receive temperature checks upon arrival; must maintain six feet  of distance from other attendees; and will be required to wear masks indoors and encouraged to wear them outdoors.

“With the advancement into Phase 3 of Virginia’s reopening plan, and guidance from state and local health authorities, we are anxious to offer this year’s race meeting with limited spectators in a safe and healthful fashion,” said John Marshall, Colonial Downs’ Executive Vice President of Operations. “As we continue to monitor the effects of Covid-19, our top priority this meet is protecting the health and safety of our guests, team and racing participants.”

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