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Up With the Birds swoops from last to take Nijinsky 9:30 am

Up With the Birds flew home a drawing-off winner of the Nijinsky (WEG/Michael Burns Photography) Sam-Son Farms' homebred Up With the Birds rallied last-to-first to capture Saturday's Grade 2, $236,400 Nijinsky Stakes at Woodbine, scoring his first victory since last October's Jamaica Handicap.Trained by Malcolm Pierce and expertly ridden by Eurico da Silva, Up...

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East Hall secures first stakes win in Ohio Derby 9:30 am

East Hall (outside) got up by a head to win his first stakes in the Ohio Derby (courtesy of ThistleDown Racino) Jack H. Hendricks and Roger Justice's East Hall came flying late to capture his first stakes in Saturday's $300,000 Ohio Derby for three-year-olds at ThistleDown. The William Kaplan pupil settled in midpack as Brothersofthetime posted an opening quarter...

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Tonalist, Wicked Strong breeze for Jim Dandy; Samraat, 'Curve on fence 9:30 am

Tonalist has gained weight since the Belmont, according to trainer Christophe Clement (NYRA/Adam Coglianese Photography/Adam Mooshian) Belmont Stakes winner Tonalist turned in his final work Saturday before the Grade 2, $600,000 Jim Dandy on July 26, going five furlongs in 1:01.79 over Saratoga's fast Oklahoma training track. Trained by Christophe Clement for Robert Evans...

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Spa opening weekend sees increased attendance, handle; Latino-American Day conti 9:30 am

Highlighted by three consecutive days of increased attendance and mutuel handle, top-notch racing and the unveiling of nearly $2 million in upgrades throughout the facility, the 146th meet at Saratoga was off to a spectacular start this weekend for the New York Racing Association (NYRA)."The steps taken by the New York Racing Association to enhance the guest experience and improve the quality of...

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Repole excited about juvenile maiden winner Blame Jim 9:30 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 9:30 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 9:30 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 9:30 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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