Tag Archives: Photo

Melmich Nails Photo In Seagram Cup

Melmich (outside) winning the $ 125,000 Seagram Cup (Gr. 3) over Are You Kidding Me on Sunday, Aug. 13 at Woodbine Racetrack. It took a photo finish to decide the winner, but Melmich and jockey Eurico Rosa Da Silva defeated two-time Sovereign Award winner Are You Kidding Me by a nose in the $ 125,000 Seagram Cup (Gr. 3) for ...

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Evidently Nails Photo Finish In Long Island Handicap

Under a well-timed ride by New York newcomer Antonio Gallardo, Evidently moved up the rail to nail a photo finish in Sunday’s G3 Long Island Handicap at Aqueduct, winning by a head over Earring. The 5-year-old daughter of Smart Strike covered 12 furlongs over the firm turf in 2:34.50 to give owner/trainer Roy Lerman his first graded stakes winner. “She ...

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Calgary Cat Nails Photo Finish In Nearctic Stakes

Calgary Cat scores in the Grade 3 Bold Venture Stakes. Stephen Chesney and Cory Hoffman’s Calgary Cat was the surprise victor of Sunday’s Grade 2 Nearctic Stakes, closing down the center of Woodbine’s turf course to nail a photo finish on the wire. The 6-year-old son of Cowtown Cat, ridden by Luis Contreras for Kevin Attard, covered six furlongs over ...

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Photo Call ‘Faked Everybody Out’ In First Lady; Plans To Be Determined

Photo Call (Galileo) wins The First Lady (G1) at Keeneland on 10.08.2016. Kent Desormeaux up, Todd Pletcher trainer, Teresa Viola Racing Stables owner. The turnback to a mile distance in yesterday’s First Lady (G1) unleashed a tiger, otherwise known as Teresa Viola Racing Stable’s Photo Call (IRE). Photo Call’s record includes a win in the 1¼-mile Rodeo Drive (G1) at ...

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USA: Tepin can't catch runaway leader Photo Call

 By Nicholas Godfrey 12:00AM 9 OCT 2016  Report: USA, Saturday Keeneland: First Lady Stakes (Grade 1) 1m, turf, 3yo+ f/m IN a shock result, Tepin’s winning streak was brought to an end at eight after a bizarre race as 29-1 shot Photo Call (Todd Pletcher/Kent Desormeaux) was given far too much rope by her rivals and duly landed what can only ...

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