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Team Valor International and Gary Barber’s Meistersinger rallied past Scotus and Alstom in the final few jumps to win the $49,470 Sunday afternoon feature at Churchill Downs by a head.
Chasing Dreams Racing 2008’s favored Noble’s Promise, the fifth-place finisher behind Super Saver in the 2010 Kentucky Derby, returned to Churchill Downs on Saturday and wore down Atta Boy Roy in the stretch to score a one-length victory in the star-studded 23rd running of the $110,300 Grade III Aristides Stakes for 3-year-olds and up at six furlongs.
Craig B Singer’s Salty Strike took the lead approaching the top of the stretch and drew away to an emphatic 3 ¾-length victory in Saturday’s 37th running of $109,300 Grade III Dogwood Stakes for 3-year-old fillies at Churchill Downs.
Lothenbach Stables, Inc.’s homebred Mister Marti Gras rallied down the stretch and overtook the pace-setting Lonesome Street in the final yards to win the $55,143 Friday afternoon feature at Churchill Downs by a neck.
Effective Thursday, June 9, Churchill Downs will raise overnight race purses 10 percent because of higher than expected all-sources wagering levels through the first half of the 39-day Spring Meet.
Adele Dilschneider and Claiborne Farm’s Might, a full sister to $5 million Breeders’ Cup Classic (Grade I) winner Blame, will attempt to extend a two-race win streak when she steps up to face stakes opponents for the first time in Saturday’s 37th running of the $100,000-added Dogwood Stakes (GIII) fo
A strong field of eight accomplished sprinters headed by Grade I stakes winners Capt Candyman Can and Here Comes Ben and defending winner Riley Tucker has been entered to compete in Saturday’s 23rd running of the $100,000-added Aristides (Grade III) at Churchill Downs.
Jerry Romans’ Sassy Image collected her fifth win in six starts at Churchill Downs when she narrowly defeated Beat the Blues by a head in the eighth running of the Grade III, $111,600 Winning Colors for fillies and mares ages three and up on Memorial Day.