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Repole excited about juvenile maiden winner Blame Jim 9:00 am

Owner Mike Repole is excited about Blame Jim, who debuted a three-length winner on Saturday in a 5 1/2-furlong maiden race at Saratoga, but the owner can't help but wonder what could have been if the juvenile hadn't been gelded.Repole acquired the horse in utero when he purchased his dam, Tamboorensnshampan, in foal to Sharp Humor for $42,000 at the Heiligbrodt Racing Stable Dispersal sale....

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Temple City records first winner 9:00 am

Track record-setting Grade 3 victor Temple City was represented by his first winner Sunday when Jusgimmetenminutes got up in time Arapahoe Park's1ST race. Near the back of the pack early, the 9-2 chance rallied in traffic and caught 8-5 favorite Tropic Vision by a neck, finishing 5 1/2 furlongs in 1:06 3/5 on the fast track. Miguel Fuentes Jr. was aboard for trainer Temple Rushton....

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Lake George draws Sassy, Daring fillies 9:00 am

A Little Bit Sassy (right) was disqualified from a Grade 3 win in the Regret last time (Jessie Holmes/EquiSport Photos) Wednesday's Grade 2, $200,000Lake George at Saratoga has attracted a field of seven sophomore turf fillies, including A Little Bit Sassy, Daring Dancer, Daring Kathy and the Chad Brown duo of Sweet Acclaim and Little Journey. A Little Bit Sassy has...

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Arlington Oaks top three exit race in good order 9:00 am

Aurelia's Belle could try turf for just the second time in her career next out (Four Footed Fotos) Aurelia's Belle exited her victory in Saturday's Arlington Oaks no worse for the wear, according to her connections. The daughter of Lemon Drop Kid asserted her class at the top of the stretch in the 1 1/8-mile event and went on to score by three-quarters of a length...

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Big Trouble exceeds Dutrow's expectations 9:00 am

Big Trouble will likely take a break until the fall according to trainer Tony Dutrow (NYRA/Adam Coglianese Photography) As a $230,000 Keeneland sales graduate, Big Trouble was cut out to be a good colt, but trainer Tony Dutrow had to make a decision on whether that and a 78 BRIS Speed figure for a maiden win June 1 were good enough to go ahead and run in the Grade...

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Blinkers breathe new life into Somali Lemonade 9:00 am

Somali Lemonade tasted Grade 1 success for the first time in the Diana (NYRA/Adam Mooshian/Adam Coglianese Photography) After a string of four off-the-board performances in stakes races last year, trainer Michael Matz strongly considered retiring multiple Grade 3 heroine Somali Lemonade. He reflected on it Sunday morning, the day after the five-year-old Lemon Drop Kid...

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Up With the Birds under consideration for Arlington Million 9:00 am

Up With the Birds captured his Grade 1 in Belmont's Jamaica last fall (NYRA/Adam Coglianese Photography) One of the most eye-catching wins on Saturday was that of Sam-Son Farm's Up with the Birds in the Nijinsky at Woodbine.The reigning Canadian Horse of the Year and champion three-year-old male defeated a solid field of six turf males -- all stakes winners including...

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Hot Stones works seven furlongs for expected stretch-out in Shuvee 9:00 am

Hot Stones (outside) just got the nose win over Merry Meadow in the Bed o' Roses last out (NYRA/Chelsea Durand/Adam Coglianese Photography) Bed o' Roses Handicap winner Hot Stones will stretch out to 1 1/8 miles for her next start in the Grade 3, $200,000 Shuvee Handicap on July 27 at Saratoga.Trained by Bruce Levine for co-owners Roddy Valente and Charles Casale, the...

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