Author: Peter Lee

It’s Shotski in the Remsen Stakes

Shotski went wire-to-wire in the 2019 Remsen Stakes, fighting off a hard-charging Ajaaweed in the closing yards to win the 2-year-old Derby prep. Jockey Luis Saez took the son of Blame to the front immediately and held a close lead on Chase Tracker and Prince James, respectively. The colt stretched his lead to four lengths […]

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Silver Prospector Takes Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes

Silver Prospector took advantage of Tiz the Law’s troubles on the backstretch, wrestling the lead from longshot New Eagle in the stretch and held off the favorite to win the Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes. The light gray son of War Front was set up nicely for a run at the finish, unlike Tiz the Law, […]

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Storm the Court Steals Breeders’ Cup Juvenile from Dennis’ Moment

45-1 longshot Storm the Court took advantage of an almost disastrous stumble by favorite Dennis’ Moment at the beginning of the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, setting the pace and fighting off another game longshot, Anneau d’Or, to win the prestigious juvenile event.  At the start, Dennis’ Moment, stumbled badly, going to his knees as track announcer […]

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Tiz the Law, Maxfield Win in Preps

The Champagne Stakes may be one of the more prestigious 2-year-old prep races of the year, but Maxfield turned in one of the most impressive performances of the year in the Breeders’ Futurity at Keeneland today. The son of Street Sense was next to last along the backstretch but slung his way around the far […]

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