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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Saratoga's Sword Dancer Stakes (gr. IT)was pushed back from earlier in the meet to the stakes-packed Travers day program this year and has drawn a much better field than it has in years past. The 2015 renewal has an intriguing eight-horse field headed by Twin Creeks Racing Stables' homebred Red Rifle.

.Red Rifle, a 5-year-old Giant's Causeway gelding, won the Aug. 1 Bowling Green Handicap (gr. IIT) at 1 3/8 miles over rivals War Dancer and Imagining. The Todd Pletcher-trained runner has won seven ... Read More

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Saratoga's Sword Dancer Stakes (gr. IT) has drawn a much better field than it has in years past. The 2015 renewal has an intriguing eight-horse field headed by Twin Creeks Racing Stables' homebred Red Rifle.
Trainer Mark Casse visited the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga New York-bred preferred yearling sale for the first time Aug. 16 and ended up signing the ticket for a $300,000 Speightstown filly on behalf of owner John Oxley.
Constitution continues to catch the eyes of horsemen, clockers and spectators as he glides across the Saratoga surface, with regular exercise rider Ezequiel Perez aboard, making the 5/8 work look like a walk in the park while others struggle over the deep surface.
Saratoga Mischief takes on five others in the 110th edition of the $200,000 Saratoga Special (gr. II) on Sunday.
Nearly unstoppable! There are many words and phrases that could describe the run Todd Pletcher is on a fifth of the way through the 2015 Saratoga Race Course meeting.
With Javier Castellano aboard, Twin Creeks Racing Stables homebred Red Rifle proved to have another gear in mid-stretch, bravely punching through on his way to a second straight graded stakes win.
Saratoga Mischief wins his debut in style while setting the 5th fastest dirt figure of any 2yr old to date this year finishing the 5-1/2 furlongs in 104 !
Red Rifle secured his first stakes victory of the 2015 season when he rallied on the outside to win the $150,000 Dominion Day Stakes (Can-III) July 1 at Woodbine.
It’s over. Horse racing’s 37-year affair with frustration has ended.American Pharoah colt ended the longest drought in Triple Crown history, 37 years, since Affirmed in 1978.
Twin Creeks Racing Stables' Red Rifle, a long-winded son of Giant's Causeway , may fire his best shot June 5 in the $250,000 Belmont Gold Cup Invitational Stakes.
The first crop of foals for Graydar are here and everyone is talking about them!
Constitution notched his second grade I victory Feb. 7 at Gulfstream Park and made an impressive 4-year-old debut, taking the $500,000 Donn Handicap (gr. I) wire-to-wire while holding off 2014 Donn winner Lea.c
Mission Impazible left Twin Creeks Farm today and is heading to Sequel Stallions New York where he will begin his 3rd season at stud. His second crop of foals is expected this year and he is eager to get this season started!
At the finish, it was RED RIFLE in control for most of the way in the Hawthorne Gold Cup, stopping the clock for ten furlongs in a solid 2:03.24 and giving Todd Pletcher another training victory in the Gold Cup
Twin Creeks Racing Stables is hoping to give a lot of Thanks this Thanksgiving weekend!
Constitution won all three of his career starts at Gulfstream Park, taking a seven-furlong maiden race Jan. 11 and a 1 1/16-mile allowance race Feb. 22 in which he defeated Tonalist, the eventual Belmont Stakes winner, and Wicked Strong, the eventual Wood Memorial and Jim Dandy Stakes winner. After winning the Florida Derby by a neck over Wildcat Red, Constitution was diagnosed with a hairline fracture while working toward a potential start in the Kentucky Derby. He is back in training and just weeks away from a return to racing.
Red Rifle is now a stakes winner on both dirt and turf. He won convincingly in the Yankee Affair Stakes at Belmont showing he can go the distance.
Constitution is doing everything right and should be on schedule for a late fall campaign.
Vinceremos draws a favorable post #9 in a field of 20 for Saturday's first leg of the Triple Crown.
Julien Leparoux will replace Edgar Prado on Vinceremos in the GI Toyota Blue Grass S.