Harry Newshound

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  1. Despite getting boxed in early and drifting late, grade 1 winner Two Emmys found his way to a three-length victory June 25 in the $75,000 Outbound Ike Stakes at Hawthorne Race Course. View the full article
  2. As the field turned for home in the June 25 $500,000 Ohio Derby (G3), all three Kentucky Derby (G1) contenders lined up across the track in hopes of redemption after their poor performances on the First Saturday in May. View the full article
  3. Trainer Chad Brown's hand in the 3-year-old male division is rather powerful at the moment with Preakness Stakes (G1) winner Early Voting and grade 1 winners Zandon and Jack Christopher. His stock in the 3-year-old filly division isn't bad, either. View the full article
  4. In a skirmish to the wire, Army Wife held off Crazy Beautiful to win her second start of the season in the $250,000 Lady Jacqueline Stakes June 25 at Thistledown. View the full article
  5. Taking command from the start, Frank Fletcher Racing Operations and Ten Strike Racing's Lady Rocket comfortably turned back rivals Sconsin and Bell's the One to decisively win the $200,000 Chicago Stakes June 25 at Churchill Downs. View the full article
  6. Startantes banished memories of an agonizing bob-of-the-head defeat in the Surround Stakes (G1) in the autumn when she produced a magical last-to-first burst June 25 to win the Tiara Stakes (G1) at Eagle Farm. View the full article
  7. Mr. Z, by Malibu Moon, stands at Calumet Farm where his 2022 fee was $2,500 live foal stands and nurses. View the full article
  8. One week before the $750,000 Stephen Foster Stakes (G2) at Churchill Downs, probable entrants Mandaloun, Americanrevolution, and Title Ready logged their final moves June 25 prior to the 1 1/8-mile race. View the full article
  9. First-crop stallion No Never No More was represented by his first winner when Tiz No Clown scored a gate-to-wire victory June 25 in the second race at Laurel Park. View the full article
  10. New Jersey stewards issued a 15-day suspension and $500 fine to trainer Penny Pearce after Royal Coup tested positive for clenbuterol after winning the first race at Monmouth Park May 29. View the full article
  11. In a notice to horsemen posted June 25 on an overnight, Churchill Downs announced that only four stakes races July 2-3 will be run on turf as scheduled before its spring meet concludes July 4. View the full article
  12. A strong British contingent returns for the Pretty Polly Stakes (G1) June 26 at the Curragh, spearheaded by a pair of impressive last-time-out winners for William Haggas in Purplepayy and My Astra. View the full article
  13. Monmouth Park and BetMakers Technology Group will again partner as sponsors for the $1 million "BetMakers Bonanza" Bonus for the connections of any horse that sweeps a series of three designated races, it was announced June 25. View the full article
  14. Top-class stayer though he may be, the Alan King-trained Trueshan was racing off a BHA rating of 120, carrying a weight of 10 stone, eight pounds, and running as a prep for the Goodwood Cup (G1), having missed a firm-ground Royal Ascot. View the full article
  15. Westover banished memories of a luckless third in the Cazoo Derby (G1) with a dominant performance to score under Colin Keane for trainer Ralph Beckett in the June 25 Irish Derby (G1). View the full article