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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.
Alex G Campbell Jr’s homebred The Underling took the lead at the three-eighths pole and increased his advantage throughout the stretch to win Sunday’s $51,065 feature at Churchill Downs by four lengths.
Barbara Hunter’s homebred Keertana became the first female to defeat males in the Grade III, $111,200 Louisville Handicap when she narrowly prevailed in a nail-biting, three-way photo for the win Saturday at Churchill Downs.
Bruno De Julio, Galen Ho’o, and Molly Jo Rosen‘s Ronin Dax captured the lead from Perregaux in late stretch to take the $52,490 Friday night feature at Churchill Downs by a half length.
Jerry Romans’ Sassy Image, who sprang a 16-1 upset in the Grade I Humana Distaff on Kentucky Derby Day for her fourth win in five starts at Churchill Downs, headlines a field of 10 fillies and mares entered for Monday’s Grade III, $100,000 Winning Colors.
Arianne de Kwiatkowski’s Distorted Love rallied from last to draw even with favorite Bizzee Mizzee at the head of the stretch and kicked clear of that rival in the final 300 yards en route to a 5 ½-length victory in Thursday’s $50,825 feature at Churchill Downs.
LOUISVILLE, KY (Wednesday, May 25, 2011) – Churchill Downs’ $100,000-added Louisville Handicap (Grade III) has been contested over a variety of distances and track surfaces since its inaugural running in 1895, but one thing about the race has never changed: the Louisville has strictly been a male domain and has never been
Virginia Clements, Gary Flood, Lou Hoagland and George McCarty’s Threeforall, the longest shot in the field of seven, outdueled Kitty’s Turn through the stretch and drew away by three-quarters of a length to win Sunday’s $50,400 race feature for 3-year-olds and up at Churchill Downs.