Tag Archives: juveniles

Churchill: Asmussen Juveniles Poised For Closing Night Stakes

Trainer Steve Asmussen has sent most of his Churchill Downs string of horses to Saratoga for the summer but a pair of impressive juveniles, Copper Bullet and She’s a Julie, remain and look to jumpstart their careers with stakes victories in Friday night’s $ 100,000 Bashford Manor Presented by GE Appliances (Grade III) and $ 100,000 Debutante Presented by Finlandia ...

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Rankings: lowdown on the top five juveniles

Churchill: 6-4 favourite for the Qipco 2,000 Guineas   PICTURE: Edward Whitaker (racingpost.com/photos)    By David Baxter 1:10pM 24 JAN 2017  The European two-year-old classification for 2016 was published on Tuesday, David Baxter provides the lowdown on the top five. 1 ChurchillA defeat on debut at the Curragh would be the last time Churchill was beaten in his first season, as the ...

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Gunnevera Heads Field Of 10 Juveniles Entered In Delta Jackpot

Delta Downs’ racing office saw a flurry of activity on Friday morning as final entries and post positions were drawn for next Saturday’s $ 1,000,000 Delta Downs Jackpot (Gr. III). The 5-2 morning line favorite for the 14th running of the track’s signature event is Gunnevera, winner of the Saratoga Special (Gr. II) in August. Gunnevera hails from the barn ...

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France: Juveniles out to claim Group 1 International prize

Almanzor (light blue): finished down the field at Saint-Cloud last season   PICTURE: Edward Whitaker (racingpost.com/photos)    By Scott Burton 7:05aM 30 OCT 2016  Preview: France, Sunday 1.35pm GMT (ATR) Saint-Cloud: Criterium International (Group 1) 7f, 2yo colts & fillies FEW who saw Johannes Vermeer defeat Stormy Antarctic in this race 12 months ago would have guessed the horse back in seventh ...

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Gold Cup-winning trainer Elliott to send out juveniles on Flat

Gordon Elliott: will take on a batch of up to ten yearlings   PICTURE: Alain Barr (racingpost.com/photos)    By Richard Forristal and Caoimhe Doherty 8:00PM 21 SEP 2016  THE reigning Gold Cup king Gordon Elliott might be many people’s idea of a champion jumps trainer in waiting, but his breakthrough Royal Ascot success with Commissioned last June has led to his ...

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David Baxter: Five juveniles to follow at Doncaster

John Gosden: has a good chance of winning the May Hill again   PICTURE: Edward Whitaker (racingpost.com/photos)    By David Baxter 11:01AM 7 SEP 2016  Battaash, Conditions Stakes, WednesdayCharlie Hills also gave Battaash entries in the valuable sales race and Group 2 Flying Childers this week, but decided to go for the opening race of the meeting. On both his previous ...

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Ashforth's Angles: juveniles unleashed

Ed Walker trains Poseiden for Siu Pak-kwan, who cost €320,000   PICTURE: Martin Lynch (racingpost.com/photos)    By David Ashforth 5:50PM 31 AUG 2016  AS EDNA O’BRIEN wrote, “August Is A Wicked Month” but then September’s quite naughty, too. Perhaps O’Brien had been grappling with all those races for two-year-olds, sent to test the endurance of owners, the willpower of punters and ...

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Juveniles Stretch Out In Wednesday’s With Anticipation At The Spa

The up-and-coming trainers Arnaud Delacour and Tom Morley saddled veteran sprinters A.P. Indian and Haveyougoneaway to Grade 1 “Win And You’re In” glory in the Priority One Jets Forego and the Ballerina on Travers Day, and will try their touch with juveniles going long on the lawn in Wednesday’s Grade 2 With Anticipation at Saratoga Race Course. Scheduled for the ...

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