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Shaman Ghost Doing Well After Throat Surgery

Stronach Stables’ Shaman Ghost and jockey Javier Castellano win the Grade I $ 750,000 Santa Anita Handicap Stronach Stable’s multiple Grade 1 winner Shaman Ghost is doing well following his throat surgery last week and is recuperating at Jimmy Jerkens’ barn at Belmont Park, the trainer said. Shaman Ghost was forced to miss his title defense in the Grade 1, ...

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Eagle ‘Doing Well’ Ahead Of Monmouth’s Iselin Stakes

Eagle, closest to the rail, gets up in time to win the Michael G. Schaefer Memorial Eagle returns to graded stakes company in search of another Grade 3 victory when he visits Monmouth Park for the first time against four rivals in Saturday’s $ 100,000 Phillip H. Iselin Stakes going a mile and an eighth. The 5-year-old son of Candy Ride out of the Mineshaft ...

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Paid Up Subscriber Doing Well After Undergoing Ankle Surgery

Paid Up Subscriber is doing well after having surgery to repair a fractured ankle Multiple graded stakes winner Paid Up Subscriber, who rolled to a 32 1/2-length victory in last Sunday’s G3 Shuvee Stakes, is doing well after undergoing surgery to repair a fractured ankle. The Blood-Horse reports that the 5-year-old daughter of Candy Ride came out of the Shuvee with the ...

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Jim Dandy Works: Always Dreaming ‘Nice And Relaxed,’ Cloud Computing ‘Well Within Himself’

In their preparations for the July 29 Grade 2 Jim Dandy Stakes at Saratoga, both Derby winner Always Dreaming and Preakness winner Cloud Computing have been progressing well, reports drf.com. The Todd Pletcher-trained Always Dreaming covered five furlongs at Saratoga in 1:01.16, while Chad Brown trainee Cloud Computing worked a half-mile in :48.29 at Belmont Park. “I thought he went great,” ...

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Californian It Tiz Well Captures Delaware Oaks

It Tiz Well traveled from California to Oaklawn Park in Arkansas to score her first stakes victory in the Honeybee, under Corey Nakatani California invader It Tiz Well, owned by Tommy Town Thoroughbreds, won the $ 300,000 Grade III Delaware Oaks today. With Drayden Van Dyke aboard, the daughter of Arch notched a half-length and returned $ 3.60 as the ...

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Tizzard: I've never seen Cue Card school so well

Cue Card: impressed connections in his schooling this week  PICTURE:John Grossick (racingpost.com/photos)   By Peter Scargill 3:00PM 12 MAR 2017  AFTER a string of late absentees and Cheltenham Festival uncertainty, Joe Tizzard delivered a clear and definitive message on Sunday: Cue Card and Native River could not be in better shape for the Timico Cheltenham Gold Cup on Friday. The Tizzards have ...

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