Harry Newshound

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  1. Ten Strike Racing's Dot Matrix was the 3-1 third choice behind Mike Maker's duo of Marzo and Bemma's Boy, but held off his closing rivals to win his first graded stakes in the $200,000 John B. Connally Turf Cup (G3T) Jan. 26 at Sam Houston Race Park. View the full article
  2. Serengeti Empress led from the gate of the $300,000 Houston Ladies Classic (G3) at Sam Houston Race Park, but in the end she couldn't hold off the grinding effort of Phoenix Thoroughbreds and KatieRich Stables' Lady Apple. View the full article
  3. Red Lane Thoroughbreds' Bodecream made the best of a quick pace up front in the inaugural $200,000 Texas Turf Mile Stakes and rallied to a clear victory at 9-1 Jan. 26 at Sam Houston Race Park. View the full article
  4. Mucho Gusto's score in the Jan. 25 Pegasus World Cup Invitational Stakes Presented by Runhappy (G1) adds to the legacy of longtime Peruvian horseman Bernardo Alvarez-Calderon. View the full article
  5. L and N Racing's Rowdy Yates added to the day's list of wins Jan. 26 for trainer Steve Asmussen when he took the $104,200 Riley Allison Derby at Sunland Park in his season debut. View the full article
  6. With three preps for the Kentucky Derby Presented by Woodford Reserve (G1) and three for the Longines Kentucky Oaks (G1) slated next weekend, 3-year-olds were out in full force Jan. 26 to prepare toward their upcoming starts. View the full article
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    Follow up - Lucky Shark

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    Follow Up - Melusina

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    Follow Up - Trumpet

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  10. Midnight Bisou was among notable horses, along with Maximum Security and McKinzie, to skip the Pegasus World Cup Invitational Stakes Presented by Runhappy (G1). Instead, all three are pointing toward the first Saudi Cup Feb. 29. View the full article
  11. The Gulfstream Park back side was crowded with vans during the early morning hours of Jan. 26 as horses shipped out of the South Florida base following the Pegasus World Cup Invitational Presented by Runhappy (G1) . View the full article
  12. Mike Maker reported Jan. 26 that Zulu Alpha and his other Pegasus Turf starter, Bloom Racing Stable's Henley's Joy (seventh), both returned from the 1 3/16-mile stakes in fine shape. View the full article
  13. Being a stone-cold closer, Zulu Alpha has run into his share of bad trips. View the full article
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    NEWS IN BRIEF - Week Ending 26 January 2020

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  15. Trainer Bob Baffert's reaction after Mucho Gusto's Pegasus World Cup (G1) victory at Gulfstream Park: "Damn, I wish I would have flown down there!'" View the full article