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By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | October 25, 2002
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. - When trainer Bob Baffert, who has three horses in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies, looked at the entrants for the race, he said: "Darn, she showed up. I was hoping she wouldn't." He was referring to Storm Flag Flying, the regally bred potential star who may be the heaviest favorite tomorrow on the Breeders' Cup card. Storm Flag Flying is 3-for-3 with two Grade I victories. Her roots go deep into Breeders' Cup history. Her dam, My Flag, won the Juvenile Fillies in 1985.
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Sports Digest | May 7, 2014
Preakness Juvenile Fillies winner Ria Antonia might run Ria Antonia, the 2013 Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies winner, was added to the list of candidates Tuesday for the 139th running of the Preakness. If the daughter of Rockport Harbor is shipped to Pimlico Race Course to run in the middle jewel of the Triple Crown on May 17, she will be saddled for the first time by Tom Amoss . Ron Paolucci 's Loooch Racing Stable and Christopher T. Dunn have transferred their 3-year-old filly from Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert to Amoss after her distant sixth-place finish behind Untapable in the Kentucky Oaks on Friday.
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By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | October 26, 2002
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. - Simon Clare, oddsmaker for Coral, one of England's top bookmakers, pronounced Storm Flag Flying his "banker bet" for the Breeders' Cup, meaning the 2-year-old in the Juvenile Fillies is the best bet of the day. For the third year in a row, Clare agreed to share with Sun readers his take on the European horses in the Breeders' Cup. His "banker bet" last year was Banks Hill, who won the Filly and Mare Turf by 5 1/2 lengths and...
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Sports Digest | December 27, 2013
Towson football West, 5 others chosen as ECAC All-Stars Junior running back Terrance West (Northwestern) leads a group of six Towson players named to the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division I All-Star team for the Football Championship Subdivision. West, who leads college football with an FCS record 2,410 rushing yards and an FCS record 41 touchdowns, was honored as the ECAC FCS Offensive Player of the Year. A consensus first-team All-American, West broke the FCS single-season rushing record held by Jamaal Branch of Colgate when the Tigers beat Eastern Washington last week in the NCAA semifinals.
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October 27, 2001
Tom Keyser's Breeders' Cup selections: Distaff 1. Exogenous 2. Spain 3. Flute Juvenile Fillies 1. You 2. Bella Bellucci 3. Sophisticat Mile 1. Express Tour 2. Affirmed Success 3. Noverre Sprint 1. Xtra Heat 2. Delaware Township 3. Kona Gold Filly and Mare Turf 1. Banks Hill 2. Lailani 3. England's Legend Juvenile 1. Came Home 2. Johannesburg 3. Officer Turf 1. Fantastic Light 2. With Anticipation 3. Milan Classic 1. Include...
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By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | October 26, 2004
GRAND PRAIRIE, TEXAS -- The Neil Drysdale-trained Sarafan injured his right foreleg when he banged it on a stall wall over the weekend and won't compete in the Breeders' Cup Turf. JUVENILE FILLIES: Enduring Will, who won a stakes at Lone Star by 10 lengths, will miss the Juvenile Fillies. She came down with a fever. FILLY AND MARE TURF: Stay Forever will remain at Calder rather than make the trip to Texas for the Filly and Mare Turf, said trainer Marty Wolfson. He said running her back in three weeks after her WinStar Galaxy win at Keeneland would be asking too much.
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By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | October 22, 2003
ARCADIA, Calif. - The already-thin Maryland contingent in the Breeders' Cup on Saturday at Santa Anita Park grew thinner by one yesterday when trainer Michael Dickinson announced that Deeliteful Irving would stay home. The 5-year-old horse was Dickinson's contender in the Turf. The trainer said merely that Deeliteful Irving "did not come out of his last breeze the way I wanted." The horse breezed six furlongs in 1 minute, 15 seconds Friday at Dickinson's Tapeta Farm in Cecil County. Meanwhile, Toccet galloped 1 5/8 miles yesterday at Santa Anita in preparation for the Turf - or the Classic.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,SUN STAFF | October 26, 1995
ELMONT, N.Y. -- On the day horses were entered and post positions were drawn for the 12th Breeders' Cup, Cigar fanciers offered different points of view on the chances of the Maryland-bred superstar to excel in the $3 million Classic."
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Sun Staff Writer | October 26, 1994
Maryland's leading jockey, Edgar Prado, is expected to pick up his third Breeders' Cup mount next week, on Harry and Tom Meyerhoff's 2-year-old colt, Western Echo, in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile at Louisville's Churchill Downs on Nov. 5.Prado rode in two Breeders' Cup races in 1992 at Gulfstream Park. Although he finished off the board in the Classic with Jolie's Halo and in the Juvenile Fillies with Booly, he won a $100,000 stakes on the undercard aboard the John Salzman-trained Departing Cloud.
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By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | November 7, 1997
INGLEWOOD, Calif. -- Although favorites have won 35 of 91 Breeders' Cup races (a better-than-average 38.5 percent), no day in American racing offers handicappers a greater challenge with potentially greater rewards.Consider the average win payoffs after 13 runnings of the seven Breeders' Cup races: Juvenile Fillies $14.40, Sprint $24.38, Distaff $11.87, Mile $18.29, Juvenile $8.78, Turf $29.83 and Classic $36.63.And of the four Breeders' Cups held in California (Hollywood Park, 1984 and 1987; Santa Anita Park, 1986 and 1993)
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From Sun staff reports | January 1, 2013
Under confident handling, Marc Ferrell's Called to Serve waited behind the leaders, tipped to the outside and pounced, winning the $125,000 Broad Brush Stakes, the co-feature on New Year's Eve at Laurel Park. Joel Rosario was at the controls as the Nick Canani trainee covered the nine furlongs in 1 minute 50.75 seconds. Eighttofasttocatch, who has six stakes victories at Laurel Park, set the pace and was racing comfortably on the lead but could offer no resistance when Called to Serve ranged up to his outside.
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Sports Digest | December 24, 2012
Horse racing Maryland Juvenile Filly title is wide-open affair The leader among 2-year-old state-breds in both divisions will be determined this week, starting with the Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship on Wednesday at Laurel Park. Six fillies will race 7 1/2 furlongs in the midweek feature. All six are maiden winners, but Walkwithapurpose has two wins on her resume. Walkwithapurpose (2-1) is 2-for-3 lifetime for trainer Ignacio Correas . The Sagamore Farm home-bred finished third in her debut at the Timonium State Fair but has won her past two starts relatively easily.
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December 11, 2010
Hillwood Stable LLC's Love's Reason lived up to her billing as the 3-2 favorite when she outstepped four rivals in the $50,000 Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship at Laurel Park on Saturday. The chestnut completed the 7-1/2 furlong distance in 1:33.88 and carried Travis Dunkelberger to a 2 1/4 -length victory. Oriental Cruise, who battled for the lead into the stretch, held off late closing Side by Side to finish second. "She put it all together today," Dunkelberger said.
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By Sports Digest | December 11, 2010
boxing Part of E. Eager Street to be renamed Mack Lewis Way A portion of East Eager Street will be renamed "Mack Lewis Way" on Tuesday at 11 a.m. on the corner of North Broadway to honor legendary city boxing trainer Mack Lewis, who died last month. An open house and reception hosted by Lewis' family will be held immediately after the ceremony at 901 N. Bond St. (The Mack Lewis Gym). Laurel Park Six to vie for $50,000 Juvenile Filly Championship today Six two-year-old fillies are entered in today's $50,000 Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship at Laurel Park.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 23, 2007
Ask the Moon got control of the $50,000 Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship near the top of the stretch to win the featured race at Laurel Park. She finished the one mile in 1 minute, 40:16 seconds. Kosmo's Buddy was in the lead, but Ask the Moon caught up with two furlongs left and won by 4 1/2 lengths. "I saw my filly in good position," said Ask the Moon's jockey, Hiram Rivera. "I had a lot of horse and I moved and she won easily." Favorite Hartigan rallied to take second, and Kosmo's Buddy finished third.
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By SANDRA MCKEE and SANDRA MCKEE,SUN REPORTER | December 26, 2005
Winning the Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship Stakes has become a family tradition that trainer Robin L. Graham would like to see continue. "It would be nice to see Keep On Talking win," said Graham. "Her mother, Gin Talking, won it [1999], and her sister, Dixie Talking, won it last year. Keep On Talking got a late start, because she's a big horse that's been developing, but I know she can go a mile. She's already done that." Keep On Talking broke her maiden at Pimlico Race Course last summer and then won a mile-long allowance race at Laurel Park three weeks ago. "I think she'll be the strongest competition," said trainer Dale Capuano, whose entry Celestial Legend comes into the race with a victory in the Nov. 26 Toddler Stakes on her record.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Sun Staff Writer | October 26, 1994
Maryland's leading jockey, Edgar Prado, is expected to pick up his third Breeders' Cup mount next week, on Harry and Tom Meyerhoff's 2-year-old colt, Western Echo, in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile at Louisville's Churchill Downs on Nov. 5.Prado rode in two Breeders' Cup races in 1992 at Gulfstream Park. Although he finished off the board in the Classic with Jolie's Halo and in the Juvenile Fillies with Booly, he won a $100,000 stakes on the undercard aboard the John Salzman-trained Departing Cloud.
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By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | October 27, 2003
ARCADIA, Calif. - After a while, Kenny Rice decided just to keep Richard Mandella on the podium. Rice, the sports commentator, served as emcee yesterday of the traditional winners' breakfast the morning after the Breeders' Cup. Under a tent erected next to the paddock at Santa Anita Park, site of the 20th Breeders' Cup, reruns of the eight races were shown, and then Rice invited connections of the winning horses to the podium. Because Mandella's horses won half the races, Rice invited the trainer to stay put, front and center.
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By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | December 31, 2004
When the beloved Gin Talking retired in 2001, her trainer Robin Graham removed the filly's bridle and preserved it, like a mother's cherished necklace, for future generations. Three years later, Graham bestowed the bridle upon Dixie Talking, Gin Talking's first baby. The young filly wears it with distinction. Yesterday at Pimlico Race Course, Dixie Talking captured the $100,000 Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship Stakes, a race her mother won in 1999. The 2-year-old Dixie Talking has now won both her starts, rekindling memories of Gin Talking, who was Maryland-bred Horse of the Year in 2000.
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By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | October 30, 2004
GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas - Although promoters call it the world thoroughbred championships, the Breeders' Cup more closely resembles an all-star game. Its eight races showcase many of the world's best thoroughbreds. Distaff: America's top older female runners, Azeri and Sightseek, skipped the dance. Azeri's connections opted for the Classic, and Sightseek was recently retired. But the race decides the championship for 3-year-old fillies. The contenders are Ashado, winner of the Kentucky Oaks and Coaching Club American Oaks; Society Selection, winner of the Alabama Stakes, and Stellar Jayne, winner of the Mother Goose Stakes and Gazelle Handicap.
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