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Night Officer gets first stakes win over Belmont turf

Night Officer, a half-brother to top sprinter Delaunay, recorded his first stakes win when rallying for a neck victory in Belmont Park’s $85,000 Around the Cape Stakes on Thursday, May 16. Sent off as the 4-1 second choice in the field of seven, the 5-year-old bay horse zipped six furlongs over the inner turf course in 1:07.92.

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Fasig-Tipton Midlantic May juvenile sale starts strong

The first day of the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Two-Year-Olds in Training sale on Monday, May 20 in Timonium showed gains over last year’s opening day, with 121 juveniles selling for $7,235,000, an average of $59,793 (last year’s first day saw an average of $47,067). The median rose from $27,000 to $32,000 and the buy-back rate dropped to 17.7 percent.

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Delaunay gets first graded score in Churchill tour-de-force

Over a sloppy track against last year’s champion sprinter and Breeders’ Cup Sprint-G1 winner Trinniberg, Delaunay shot to the head of the class among the nation’s sprint elite with a dominating performance in the $400,000 Churchill Downs Stakes-G2 on the Derby Day card on Saturday, May 4.

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Ain’t Da Beer Cold leads all the way in Native Dancer

Ain’t Da Beer Cold took control of the mile and an eighth Native Dancer Stakes early and never looked back, holding on to win by a head on Saturday, April 13 at Laurel Park.

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Intrepid Dream powers her way to Heavenly Cause win

Intrepid Dream continued what might be one of the longest five-race win streaks in racing history on Saturday, April 13 at Laurel Park, taking the Heavenly Cause Stakes in her stakes debut.

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Kennebec relishes distance and turf for first stakes win

Kennebec continued his hot streak on Thursday, April 11, when he won the Wildcat Stakes at Turf Paradise in Phoenix, Ariz. 

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