Horse Racing

ARCADIA, Calif. — Obviously, the winner of the Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint at Santa Anita last November and eight other stakes in a six-year career, has been retired after being diagnosed with a bone bruise in a foreleg. The injury was detected in recent weeks, according to trainer Phil D’Amato. A 9-year-old gelding, Obviously won
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ELMONT, N.Y. — Sea Calisi, the winner of the Grade 1 Beverly D. in 2016 and a two-time winner of the Grade 2 Sheepshead Bay, is sidelined indefinitely with an injury, trainer Chad Brown confirmed Saturday. Brown said Sea Calisi was injured on June 25, just prior to a scheduled workout over the Belmont turf
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ARCADIA, Calif. — Enola Gray looked vulnerable as she sped alone in front in Saturday’s Grade 3 Wilshire Stakes on turf at Santa Anita — until she turned for home with a two-length lead. “She was running fast, but she was comfortable,” jockey Flavien Prat said. Enola Gray sustained her advantage through the one-mile distance,
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ARCADIA, Calif. — Danzing Candy overcame a double team from runners trained by Phil D’Amato to win his second consecutive stakes, and his first in a sprint, in Saturday’s Grade 2 San Carlos Stakes at Santa Anita. The first challenge came from Coastline, who fought with Danzing Candy through fractions of 22.15 seconds for the
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ETOBICOKE, Ontario — Melmich ($4.60) circled wide on the far turn before drawing clear to capture the Grade 3 Dominion Day Stakes for the second year in a row on Canada Day at Woodbine. Melmich runs first under the wire to take the Dominion Day Stakes at Woodbine. Michael Burns Gigantic Breeze set slow fractions Saturday
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Back at Gulfstream Park and back at his preferred one-turn trip, Three Rules notched an overdue first career graded-stakes win when he beat Mo Cash by a neck in the Grade 3, $150,000 Carry Back Stakes on Saturday. Three Rules ran bravely under a good ride from Cornelio Velasquez, who settled Three Rules in seventh
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