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(July 2, 2008) – Coach Ryan, owned by Rick Pitino’s partnership Ol Memorial Stable and C.E. Glasscock, took advantage of an early speed duel to rally from off the pace to win Wednesday afternoon’s $43,100 Gerald R. Farrell Classic for 3-year-olds at Churchill Downs by a widening 2 ¾ lengths over The Darp.
(June 29, 2008) – Andrena Van Doren’s Mutadda outlasted Zayat Stables’ Visible Truth by a neck after a spirited duel to win the $45,200 allowance headliner at Churchill Downs on Sunday afternoon.
Twin Creeks Racing Stable’s Garden District, benefiting from a rail-skimming ride from Robby Albarado, scored a half-length victory over Rachel Alexandra to win the 108th running of the $112,500 Grade III Debutante Stakes for 2-year-old fillies at Churchill Downs.
(June 27, 2008) – Six consecutive double-figure payoffs in the final six races on Friday’s 11-race twilight program at Churchill Downs helped trigger a $24,377 Pick 6 carryover for Saturday.
It did not take long for Jordan Springer to find her way back to the winner’s circle at Churchill Downs.
(June 27, 2008) – Lawrence Carroll’s Bold Start overtook pace-setting Keyed Entry on the far turn and drew off to win Friday’s $48,000 Humana-Senior Products Associates Classic at Churchill Downs by 5 1/2 lengths.
(June 26, 2008) – Adele Dilschneider and Claiborne Farm’s Quota reclaimed the lead at midstretch from Lenawee and went on to score a three-length in Thursday’s $45,200 Valu Market Classic for fillies and mares 3-years-old and up at Churchill Downs.
Twin Creeks Racing Stable’s Garden District (pictured at left), the runner-up when competing against males in the Grade III Kentucky Stakes on May 1, tops a field of 10 entered Wednesday for Saturday’s 108th running of the $100,000- added Debutante Stakes (GIII) for 2-year-old fillies going six furlongs.
Stronach Stable’s Palm Princess held off a final bid by Miss Causeway to score a head victory in Wednesday’s $42,070 headliner for fillies and mares 3-years-old and up at Churchill Downs and key a track record $107,647 Super Hi-5 payoff.
(June 22, 2008) – Robert Hovelson’s Swingit made a last-to-first move on the far turn under Brian Hernandez Jr. to sweep past five rivals and cruise to a 1 ¾-length victory in Sunday’s $50,400 headliner at Churchill Downs for fillies and mares 3-years-old and up.