Three-Day Pick 6 Carryover Of $235,000 On Tap Wednesday At Belmont

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The Pick 6 went unsolved for the third straight day Sunday at Belmont Park, triggering a three-day carryover of $235,671 when live racing resumes on Wednesday.

Sunday's Pick 6 sequence kicked off with longshot Swamp Rat (No. 6) upsetting Race 5 at odds of 24-1 returning $51.50 for a $2 win wager. Have Another (No. 3, $4.20) followed in Race 6 with long-priced winner Stolen Pistol (No. 7, $21.80) winning Race 7. Post-time favorite Still Krz (No. 5, $6.50) hit the wire first in Race 8 with Oscar Performance (No. 3, $8.10) capturing the Grade 3, $300,000 Poker in Race 9. Battle Joined (No. 2, $18) took the day's finale.

A consolation payout of $1,588 was awarded to bettors who has five of six winners.

Wednesday's Pick 6 sequence will begin with Race 4 with a scheduled post time of 3:09 p.m. ET.

Wagering on the Pick 6 is available through NYRA Bets, on-track, and Belmont Café, as well as simulcast facilities across the country.

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Poland 27/20 to beat Senegal in Tuesdays World Cup matchup

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Oscar Performance Ties World Record Time In Poker Triumph

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On Saturday at Belmont Park, Amerman Racing's Oscar Performance made his long-awaited return a memorable one, driving to a 1 ½-length victory in the Grade 3, $300,000 Poker for 4-year-olds and up at a mile on the Widener turf course in a record-setting time of 1:31.23.

Oscar Performance's final time was .40 seconds better than Elusive Quality's nearly 20-year-old mark of 1:31.63, set with a six-length win in the Poker on July 4, 1998. The Brian Lynch trainee also tied the world record time for a mile on the turf set by Mandurah on June 6, 2010 at Monmouth Park.

The race was the first for Oscar Performance, a 4-year-old ridgling by Kitten's Joy, since he tired to a ninth-place finish in the Breeders' Cup Turf on November 4 at Del Mar. As a 2-year-old, Oscar Performance won the Grade 3 Pilgrim before capturing the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf and, last year, proved himself the top sophomore on the grass with three straight wins in the Grade 3 Pennine Ridge, the Grade 1 Belmont Derby and the Grade 1 Secretariat.

Ridden by Jose Ortiz, Oscar Performance broke well and settled in fifth behind a sharp early pace set by Black Tide, who led the field of eight through an opening quarter-mile in 22.11 seconds and a half in 44.73 under pressure from Voodoo Song and Ballagh Rocks. Ortiz angled the multiple Grade 1 winner to the outside of the pack and asked for run with three furlongs to go. Oscar Performance responded with a steady charge past rivals, turning for home with the lead and comfortably holding off a late run from Made You Look.

“All the credit to Brian,” said Ortiz, who has been aboard Oscar Performance since his debut. “I was working him, but he had him ready. Today, he said go a little faster and his last work, he told me to do a nice steady job. He was on point and ready to roll today. I'm so happy that he's back. He's one of my favorite horses. I won my first Breeders' Cup on him. I'm very emotional right now.”

Voodoo Song was another length back in third, followed by Fire Away, Ballagh Rocks, Force the Pass, Black Tide, and Vulcan's Forge completed the order of finish.

Sent off as the 3-1 second choice, Oscar Performance returned $8.10 for a $2 win wager. Saturday's win boosted his career record to seven wins and a third from 12 starts for $1,967,632 in total earnings.

“Great performance,” said Lynch. “Absolutely thrilled with his comeback effort. He did it with authority and came back with a very fast time. That's a longstanding track record to break so to have him do that off the layoff makes you look forward to the rest of the year. I thought they were cooking early and he was in a good location. Jose got him to the outside and as they rounded the turn it looked like he was moving and he's such a talented horse.

“We've taken our time with him and good horses overcome a lot of things and he overcame the layoff today and was ready to run a very spectacular race,” he added. “We're lucky enough, we know he can go a bit further, but the mile is a distance he's very quick at so it's probably something we will concentrate on.”

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Colombia 4/6 to beat Japan in Tuesdays World Cup showdown

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The steps that led to Brooks Koepka winning the U.S. Open

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The U.S. Open ended with Brooks Koepka holding the trophy again. How did we get here? A look at all the big moments from Sunday's final round.

Gamble’s Ghost Rallies to Take Woodbine’s Trillium

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Gamble's Ghost, patiently handled by Eurico Rosa da Silva, rallied from next to last and six wide in the stretch to capture the $140,000 Trillium Stakes (G3) June 17 on Woodbine's all-weather track.

Gamble’s Ghost Goes Wide For Trillium Victory

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Gamble's Ghost, patiently handled by Eurico Rosa da Silva, rallied six-wide down the lane to capture Sunday's $140,000 Grade 3 Trillium Stakes, at Woodbine.

Trained by Josie Carroll for owner-breeder Ivan Dalos, Gamble's Ghost arrived at the 1 1/16-mile Tapeta route from a rallying third in the Trillium prep while making her seasonal debut. A winner of four of seven starts in 2017, the five-year-old daughter of Ghostzapper-Gambling Girl would not be denied on Sunday with a ground-saving trip organized by da Silva who completed a sweep of the weekend stakes having taken the Steady Growth Stakes on Saturday with Mr Havercamp.

My Arch Enemy set the Trillium tempo marking off splits of :23.92 and :48.42 under the close watch of Ickymasho and Boreale, as da Silva and Gamble's Ghost found a home along the rail racing next to last after leaving from the outside post in a field of eight.

My Arch Enemy maintained a precarious lead through the turn coming under siege from Malibu Bonnie, Ickymasho, Sister Nation and Grizzel. However, it was Gamble's Ghost, angled off the rail late in the turn who powered down the centre of the track to take the spoils by a half length over Ickymasho. My Arch Enemy stayed on for show over Grizzel. Gamble's Ghost stopped the clock in 1:43.61.

Da Silva was full of praise for the talented dark bay mare who took her cues in a professional manner.

“We had a wonderful trip,” said da Silva. “I was able to save a lot of ground. In the turn, when we turned home, I had a chance to shift her out and she kicked from there. She kicked so strong. She's a wonderful horse to ride. So easy and a very kind horse.”

The victory marked the first stakes win of the meet for Carroll who previously saddled Gamble's Ghost to Grade 3 scores in the Mazarine in 2015, the Selene in 2016 and the Maple Leaf Stakes last season.

“She's so special. She's so honest and shows up every time,” said Carroll. “She ran hard against a speed bias last time and didn't quite get there. She just shows up. She's just a good horse.”

Sent off at odds of 7-2, Gamble's Ghost paid $9.30, $4.80 and $3.50. She combined with Ickymasho ($4.30, $3.10) for a 10-4 exacta worth $39. A $1 trifecta of 10-4-3 (My Arch Enemy, $3.60) paid $83.15 and a $1 superfecta of 10-4-3-1 (Grizzel) returned $240.10. Sugar Jones and Silhouette were scratched.

Live racing continues Wednesday evening at Woodbine, with first race post time set for 6:45 p.m.

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Supreme Aura Earns His Stripes In Pegasus Stakes

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Supreme Aura made amends for a disappointing winter that quickly took him off the Kentucky Derby trail by rallying from far back to score a neck victory over longshot Roaming Union in the $100,000 Pegasus Stakes Sunday at Monmouth Park, the final of four stakes races on the 13-race card.

Ridden by Joe Bravo and trained by Michael Stidham, Supreme Aura answered a lot of questions with his victory in the mile and a sixteenth feature for 3-year-olds before a Father's Day crowd of 23,768.

His next start, Stidham suggested, could be in the $1 million betfair.com Haskell Invitational, Monmouth Park's showcase event, on July 29.

“This horse has so much talent but he's been slow learning, trying to figure it out,” said Stidham. “Obviously, we were hoping he would run well in the Risen Star and lead us in the right direction in February. It just took a little more time and today he showed what he can do. It's been a process trying to figure out what is going to help him reach his ability.”

After a dull ninth-place finish in the Grade 2 Risen Star on Feb. 17, Supreme Aura was given time off before being brought back in a pair of ungraded stakes races, finishing third in each.

It looked like the son of Candy Ride-Groton Circle, off at 7-2 odds in the Pegasus, might disappoint again until Bravo roused the colt midway through the final turn. Roaming Union, a 14-1 shot in the field of seven, survived an early three-horse duel and opened daylight on the field in mid-stretch.

 But Bravo kept at it and Supreme Aura collared Roaming Union in the shadow of the wire.

Time of the race was 1:46.48. It was another 12¼ lengths back to Justaholic in third.

“With those three horses getting into a really good fight through the turn I was able to sit off of it and let my horse breathe,” said Bravo. “The race set up good for him but you have to credit Michael Stidham's team. They brought the horse over really ready to run a race like this.”

Stidham took blinkers off Supreme Aura for this race “because we decided the blinkers didn't change anything.” He admitted to being concerned about Supreme Aura going two turns for just the second time in his six-race career.

“To be honest we were worried if he would get this distance,” Stidham said. “We didn't know what he wanted to do because he did so well sprinting in his first two races. Then when we ran him long, even though it was in a tough race, he didn't run at all. But he has been a horse that has really developed. He's changed over the last few months and he's finally putting it together.”

In the $75,000 Mr. Prospector Stakes, Chublicious – the only Jersey-bred in the field of eight – surged late to catch Lewisfield in the six-furlong event.

Ridden by Antonio Gallardo, Chublicious won for the 11th time in 27 career starts and scored his ninth victory in 15 lifetime starts at Monmouth Park.

Time of the race was 1:09.92.

Gallardo also captured the $60,000 Dan Horn Handicap with 1-2 favorite Irish Strait, holding on for a half-length victory over Golden Brown. The H. Graham Motion-trained Irish Strait covered the mile and a sixteenth on the grass for Jersey-breds in 1:42.42. It was the 6-year-old gelding's fourth win in 10 career starts at Monmouth Park.

In the $75,000 Regret Stakes, Chalon and jockey Paco Lopez won the way a 1-2 shot should, scoring a four-length victory over longshot Jessica Krupnick.

Trained by Arnaud Delacour, Chalon covered the six furlongs in 1:10.05. The victory was the filly's fifth in 11 career starts.

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´Aching´ Neymar urges referees to intervene

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Neymar insisted Miranda was fouled as Switzerland equalised to deny Brazil victory in their opening game at the World Cup, and the star striker also urged referees to offer better protection after he came in for some rough treatment in Rostov-on-Don. Steven Zuber appeared to push Miranda before heading home a second-half goal that saw Tite’s […]

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