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White Rose noses out competition in Dowager 12:00 am

White Rose nosed out 3-1 favorite Caroline Thomas in the Dowager for her second stakes win in a row (Keeneland/Coady Photography) Jake Ballis and Rashard Lewis' White Rose prevailed by a nose over the late charging 3-1 favorite Caroline Thomas in Sunday's $125,000 Dowager Stakes at Keenland, giving the Bill Mott charge back-to-back stakes victories. "I think...

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Madame Chiang pulls off upset on British Champions Day 12:00 am

Madame Chiang rediscovered the winning form that saw her land the Musidora Stakes at York in May when taking the Group 1 British Champions Fillies & Mares Stakes at Ascot on Saturday under jockey Jim Crowley.Crowley did not have long to get to know Madame Chiang before the race, but learned his mount to perfection as the pair powered home late to win by two lengths from Silk Sari, another to...

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Up With the Birds to fly to Japan Cup 12:00 am

Up With the Birds will become the first Sam-Son runner to try the Japan Cup since Chief Bearhart (NYRA/Adam Coglianese Photography) Sam-Son Farm's homebred Up With the Birds, Canada's Horse of the Year for 2013, is expected to make his next start in the prestigious $5.2 million Japan Cup on November 30 at Tokyo Racecourse. "That's the plan as we speak," trainer Malcolm...

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Taris well after Raven Run romp, but skipping BC 12:00 am

Taris left her rivals well behind in the Raven Run (Keeneland/Coady Photography) Trainer Todd Beattie said a next start for runaway Raven Run winner Taris was unclear, but he did know one option that was not on the board: the Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Sprint at Santa Anita on November 1."I own a quarter of the filly and I can tell you that is definitely not...

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Contreras has confidence in War Dancer 12:00 am

War Dancer (right), shown outdueling Suntracer in the Louisville 'Cap, picks up Luis Contreras for the Canadian International (Churchill Downs/Reed Palmer Photography) War Dancer, a four-year-old dark bay son of War Front, looks for his first Grade 1 score inSunday's Canadian International.Trained by Ken McPeek for owned Diamond M Stable, the Kentucky-bred has achieved...

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Effinex pulls shocker on Empire Showcase Day 12:00 am

Effinex pulled off the upset by a neck for his first stakes victory in the Empire Classic on Empire Showcase Day at Belmont (NYRA/Adam Coglianese Photography) There were eight stakes races for New York-breds atBelmont Park on Saturday that highlighted Empire Showcase Day. Tri-Bone Stables' Effinex pulled off a stunner by a neck for his first stakes victory as...

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Eighttofasttocatch takes Maryland Million Classic for third time 12:00 am

Eighttofasttocatch will attempt to become a millionaire in his final career start in the Jennings Handicap (Jim McCue/Maryland Jockey Club) Eighttofasttocatch was the popular winner of Saturday's feature on Jim McKay Maryland Million Day, defending his title in the $150,000Classic in wire to wire fashion at Laurel.The 29th annual event, for runners sired by Maryland-...

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Caspar Netscher rallies for Nearctic win; 'Bombshell struts her stuff in Ontario 12:00 am

Casper Netscher (yellow cap) returned to his winning ways in the Nearctic (WEG/Michael Burns Photography) Charles Wentworth's Caspar Netscher visited the winner's circle for the first time since returning from a subfertile stint at stud when taking the Grade 2, $279,428 Nearctic at Woodbine on Sunday. The six-furlong turf sprint was part of a four-stakes card at the...

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