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Thursday, July 27, 2006

Executive hot, WO rail not?

Bits from the around the campus:

BOLD EXECUTIVE offspring finished 1 - 2 - 3 in the Passing Mood Stakes last night on the yielding turf at Woodbine.
Arctic Laur (out of Great Gladiator mare) won the race and was the first stakes winner for her owner Tony Gaito. Executive Flight was 2nd and Kick'em Jenny was 3rd.

ONTARIO MATRON STAKES is re-scheduled for Friday, spicing up an otherwise weak card.

The rail on the Woodbine inner dirt last night might not have been the best place to be - would that be because of everything sliding down that direction during the monsoon rains in recent days?

Stones have been laid on main track at Woodbine as Polytrack nears projected first day of training - Aug. 19.

Interesting note on the web today remarks how Del Mar enters 21st century by introducing hand-held betting devices...uh....welcome to Woodbine's world!

Friday Saratoga - Top Canadian-bred 2-year-old filly of last year, SUGAR SWIRL, is a main-track only entrant in the 3rd race. The daughter of Touch Gold won the Princess Elizabeth Stakes last year.

Maiden 2-yo race for New York-breds: Rail horse by Good and Tough worked in :22.00 and :22.20 for a 2yo sale - bad post; Pletcher 2yo worked in :10.60; and outside runner by Wheelaway also quick with a :10.60 prep at a sale.


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