Videos tagged with "carry"

Tamarind Hall - 2011 Bed o' Roses (G3) [01:42]
Longshot Tamarind Hall pulled off a dramatic upset Sunday afternoon at Belmont Park, splitting horses on the turn and galloping on to a 5 ¼-length victory in the Grade 3, $150000 Bed o' Roses Handicap. After breaking on top in the field of seven fillies and mares, Tamarind Hall was taken back shortly after the start as jockey David Cohen allowed Curlina through on the rail to lead the field through opening fractions of 22.62 and 45.55, closely pursued by 1-4 favorite Hilda's Passion. Advancing around the turn, Tamarind Hall shot through a narrow opening between the pacesetter and the favorite and on to the lead, and steadily widened her advantage through the stretch. Tamarind Hall completed seven furlongs in 1:23.82 and she returned $33.80, $13.80 and $53.00 to her backers in the Sunday crowd of 4964. Of the $290567.54 in the show pool, $268788.81 was wagered on Hilda's Passion, who finished sixth, triggering considerable show payouts on the top three finishers. Runner-up Kid Kate, who paid $17.00 to place, returned $53.50 to show. Third-place finisher Spa City Princess paid $64.50. The upset helped trigger a $45866.70 carryover into Monday's Independence Day card at Belmont Park.
Tags: tamarind, hall, nyra, horse, racing, belmont, park, bed, roses, david, cohen

The 72nd Running of the American Handicap (GII) - $150000 Guaranteed [01:58]
Ryehill Dreamer earned the first graded victory of his career, edging favored Sidney's Candy in the $150000 American Handicap Saturday at Hollywood Park. The 8-1 surprise by the 5-year-old Irish bred was not the only upset in the Pick 6, so there is a carryover into Sunday of $86254. The Pick 6 begins in the fourth race. Post time is 1 pm Owned by Marsha Naify and trained by Julio Canani, Ryehill Dreamer and jockey Joe Talamo got a gorgeous trip several lengths off the quick pace set by Sidney's Candy -- with Liberian Freighter in close attendance -- swung outside at the top of the stretch and was up to win an extremely close photo. A gelded son of Catch In The Rye and the Rainbows for Life mare No Way, Ryehill Dreamer won for the fifth time in 12 starts. The $90000 payday in the Grade II pushed his earnings to $296807. This was the third win in seven starts in the United States for Ryehill Dreamer, who was 2-for-5 as a 2-year-old in his homeland.
Tags: Hollywood Park, horse racing, American Handicap (Gr.II), Joe Talamo, JC Canani

Unsaddling after the Big Race at Belmont Park [01:00]
Here is a quick shot of Our Lake and Ludlow coming back from his first race. All the horses (except for the lucky winner who is headed to the Winner's Circle!) come back and meet their handlers. The Jockey dismounts and takes his tack and equipment with him to the scales to weigh in. He must weigh in with the same weight he was carrying before the race. After he weighs in then we approach him and get the needed feedback about the race and the horse's trip. In this case Jamie "the Rocket" Rodriguez was very excited about the way L&L ran. He said he was closing nicely at the end but got a bit tired. This may have been due to the very gooey yielding turf. He said next time we will see a great improvement because in his words "this horse is very competitive". That is great news to hear from the Jockey after a first race!
Tags: after the race, Belmont Park, dismount, jockey, competition, race, horse race, discover horse racing, discover horses racing horse

Hot Summer - The Comely (G3) [01:48]
The Grade 3, $150000 Comely for 3-year-old fillies went to Hot Summer, who saved ground en route to a 2 ¼-length victory. Hot Summer, carrying the colors of Harold L. Queen, settled in third through an opening half mile of 46.00 seconds, waited behind horses in fourth through three quarters in 1:10.09, and kicked clear after finding room to deep stretch. Her Smile rallied along the outside to get second. The final time for the one-turn mile was 1:35.58. "[I saw on paper] that she's got speed," said winning jockey Luis Saez, who was making his first start at Aqueduct. "When she got to the gate, she wanted to go, but I got hold of her. At the three-eighths pole, I waited for the hole to open, and she responded. This is my first time riding here. I like it." Hot Summer, a daughter of Malibu Moon bred in Virginia by Lazy Lane Farms, paid $14.00 as the betting public's 6-1 fourth choice. Winning trainer David Fawkes said he believed Hot Summer would improve off her fifth-place finish in the Grade 2 Davona Dale on February 26 at Gulfstream Park. "[Last time] she stumbled a little bit and was rushed a little bit, and that isn't her," said Fawkes. "We've been working hard with her to sit off the pace, and it worked out." Now 3-0-1 from 5 starts, Hot Summer earned $90000 to push her bankroll to $158200. She will likely stay in New York, according to her trainer. "We'll talk to Mr. Queen and try to make a plan," said Fawkes. "We'll find something. There will be something, somewhere ...
Tags: nyra, horse, racing, comely, hot, summer, aqueduct

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