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Spice Route on Saturday for the United Nations (he was 4th), captured by Sarah K. Andrew.
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PRINCE OF WALES DRAW TODAY AT 4 P.M.
2ND LEG TRIPLE CROWN – SUNDAY FORT ERIE
EYE OF THE LEOPARD 1st Plate, Sam-Son Farms
MR. FORICOS TWO U 2nd Plate Rocco d’Alimonte/Frank Annecchini
MILWAUKEE APPEAL 3rd Plate, CEC
GALLANT, maiden win, Woodford Racing
FLIP FOR THE COIN 5th Plate Molinaro Stable
KEINO WEST 6th Plate, Track West Racing
TONIGHT’S RACES HAVE STRONG REPERCUSSIONS
SASKAWEA (Stormy Atlantic) ran a lifetime best to win the Zadracarta Stakes last time. The Beclaway homebred is ripe for the pickin against in tonight’s Woodbine feature. Norm Files photo.
The race is named for a mare, the dam of a good lcoal runner from years ago, Royal North. And the race is a prep for the ROYAL NORTH STAKES.
6 1/2 Furlongs (Turf) | Fillies and Mares | 3 Year Olds And Up Stakes | Purse: $100,000
PP Horse Jockey Trainer Wt. Claim $ Equip. Med. ML
1 Pleasant Review Pizarro T Vella Daniel J 119 L 12-1
2 Krz Exec Baird J DePaulo Michael P 119 L 15-1
3 Life Lesson Landry R C Matz Michael R 119 L 15-1
4 Lady Attack Husbands P Carroll Josie 119 L 6-1
5 Hello Maggie May Sutherland C Attfield Roger L 119 L 8-1
6 Emma Ain’t Bluffin Olguin G L Owens Steve 119 L 20-1
7 Saskawea Jones J Attard Steve 119 L 5-2
8 Remarkable Remy Kabel T K Pierce Malcolm 119 L 12-1
9 Miss Razyana (AUS) Wilson E Ross John A 119 L 12-1
10 Bent Attorney Ramsammy E MacRae Donald C 119 L 7-2
11 Valeisha Fraser C Berringer Peter 119 FTL 30-1
12 Bedarra McAleney J S Attard Sid C 119 L 12-1
Is bounce the word tonight for SASKAWEA? The sturdy chestnut gal, a confirmed grasser, put away Bent Attorney in their last meeting – the latter passed this gal in early stretch, and she ran a 96 Beyer Figure, the best of her life.
The field is big and a bit more competitive around – let’s go with HELLO MAGGIE MAY, who would have been a lot closer in the Zadrcarta that was won by Sasakwea, had it not been for a lousy trip in the stretch.
PLEASANT REVIEW is the sneaky on – she ran a 98 Beyer Figure in a grass sprint at Woodbine last year.
and DON’T FORGET 1-2-3 CONTEST at the Score: