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Cynthia Wiseman & Vote Yes Texas Rose Horse Trials May 2012 [07:28]
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Racing goleó y da pelea,primer gol [00:50]
Una vez que pitó Patricio Loustau, los primeros instantes mostraron a la visita con mayor tenencia de pelota y, de hecho, los de De Felipe también contaron con la primera jugada clara. Luego de una gran atajada de Saja tras un cabezazo, la pelota le quedó dentro del área a Cauteruccio, que inexplicablemente desde abajo del arco atinó a patearla al travesaño. Racing, por su parte, apostaba a la velocidad de sus jóvenes promesas en ataque, Luciano Vietto, Ricardo Centurión y Lucas Fariña. A los 22, los de Luis Zubeldía tuvieron su primera incursión seria en ataque. Centurión fue buscado con un pase en profundidad por izquierda y, con su velocidad, avanzó para dentro del área del Cervecero enganchar hacia el centro y soltar un derechazo que salió rasante y muy cerca del poste derecho del arquero Trípodi. Y a los 33, de la combinación de los tres de arriba, llegó el gol de Racing. La llevó Fariña, pivoteó Vietto, la continuó el enganche y en el borde del área, cuando parecía que perdía la pelota, un derechazo bajo de Centurión se le metió pegado al palo derecho al arquero de la visita. Y a los 39 el artesano del primero marcó el 2-0. Quien armó la jugada que se ensució apenas en el borde del área de Quilmes fue Vietto, pero Fariña se la llevó y definió con un toque sutil cuando Trípodi salía presuroso a achicar. A pura velocidad, en una contra, la primera jugada a fondo de los segundos 45 la tuvo Vietto. Pero su remate, después de un enganche, fue embolsado por el arquero ...

1989 Breeders' Cup Classic + Pre & Post Race [34:11]
Sunday Silence grittily held off a desperate late charge by Easy Goer to win the $3 million Breeders' Cup Classic by a neck today at Gulfstream Park. The tight finish of this fourth meeting between the decade's greatest racing rivals brought a crowd of more than 50000 to a roar and settled the sport's major titles. Sunday Silence, who had beaten Easy Goer in the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness before Easy Goer trounced him in the Belmont Stakes, is assured of being voted thoroughbred racing's Horse of the Year. Emotions ran high long after the official sign was posted. For Sunday Silence's backers and handlers, this was a long-awaited day of vindication. After the Belmont, their colt had been widely dismissed as only second-best despite holding a 2-1 edge in the rivalry. For Easy Goer's many fans, who made him the 1-2 betting favorite today, the result was flabbergasting. They found some excuses for him, but were devastated to see their colt emerge from this season as merely the second-best 3-year-old instead of being acclaimed as the champion of the decade. It was small consolation for Easy Goer's connections, the Ogden Phipps family and the trainer Shug McGaughey, that they won two of the six earlier Cup races today, with Rhythm in the Juvenile and Dancing Spree in the Sprint. Sunday Silence, a 3-year-old son of Halo and the Understanding mare Wishing Well, paid $6 for $2 to win as the second choice in the Classic betting and ran the mile and a quarter in 2:00 1/5 ...

TVN's Most Memorable Moments 2011/12 [01:01]
Vote for your favourite racing moment from the 2011/12 racing season for your chance to win tickets to the 2012 Victorian Thoroughbred Racing Awards
Tags: VTRA, horse racing, racing Victoria, Black Caviar, TVN, Memorable Moments, vote, Jake Bayliss, Craig Williams, Steven Pateman

Mark Valeski - 2012 Peter Pan (G2) [02:14]
After a pair of narrow defeats in Kentucky Derby prep races this spring at Fair Grounds Race Course, Mark Valeski earned his first graded stakes win Saturday afternoon at Belmont Park when he captured the 58th running of the Grade 2, $200000 Peter Pan Stakes, the local springboard to the Grade 1, $1 million Belmont Stakes on June 9. Caught wide out of the gate, Mark Valeski settled well off the rail in midpack as longshot Right to Vote swiftly guided the field through opening fractions of 22.71 and 45.35. Swung four wide turning for home, Mark Valeski was put to a drive through the stretch, wresting the lead away from the pacesetter just past the eighth pole and going on to a 1 ¼-length victory. A determined Right to Vote held sway over Street Life, who closed from last to get third. Mark Valeski's final time for 1 1/8 miles was 1:48.31. Sent off as the 6-5 favorite in the field of 10, he returned $4.70.
Tags: Mark, Valeski, Peter, Pan, Belmont, Park, nyra, horse, racing, larry, jones, rosie, napravnik, street, life, right, to, vote

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