Updated on August 4th, 2008
July 30th, 2008
Top o' the Hill
Yesterday, our very own Sally Goswell was part of a Synthetic Surface panel in Saratoga.
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Recently, Fair Hill Condo Association President (and on-site Vet) Kathleen Anderson was featured in the Bloodhorse's
Updated on July 28th, 2008
Fareena is Happiness
Only a few days into the Saratoga meet, many Fair Hill trainers have seen success in Allowance and Maiden races. At Delaware Park on Saturday, Fareena, trained by Leigh Delacour improved her impressive record by adding another win in the Denise Rhudy Memorial Stakes.
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July 22nd, 2008
Another typical morning
July 21th, 2008
On Sunday, Mark Shuman ran Power Jeans to a third place finish in the Punch Line Stakes at Colonial Downs.
July 14th, 2008
In the Money:
Fair Hill trainers enjoyed a very successful weekend.
Trainers Michael Matz and Graham Motion finished second(Herboriste) and third(Rosinka) in the Robert G. Dick Memorial Handicap (GIII) at Delaware Park. More on the Robert G. Dick Memorial
In the Delaware Oaks (GII), trainer Larry Jones proved that Proud Spell is the real deal with her impressive win. Finishing second in the race was Graham Motion trainee African Violet. Proud Spell Rebounds
Steve Klesaris has success with veteran trainee Miraculous Miss when she placed in the Princess Rooney Handicap (GI) at Calder Race Course. More on "the Miss"
Trainer Douglas Fout was successful at Delaware Park when Wheels Up at Noon won the Caesar Rodney Stakes in commanding fashion.
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Wheels up at Noon (right)
The Barbaro Stakes (GIII) was one of the main attractions at Delaware Park over the weekend. Graham Motion bested the Fair Hill horses with a second place finish (Cherokee Artist). Finishing third was the same magical combination as the 2006 Kentucky Derby. Michael Matz sent out Lael Stables owned, Ready Set, with Edgar Prado aboard. More on the Barbaro
Ready Set (left), Cherokee Artist (center)
Fair Hill trainers had a dominating weekend.
Friday July 4th, Indy Joe hit the board yet again for trainer Mark Shuman when he finished third in the Jersey Shore Stakes (G3) at Monmouth. More on the Jersey Shore Stakes
Steve Klesaris trainee Salty Response placed in the My Fair Lady Stakes at Suffolk Downs.
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On Saturday, Graham Motion trained Salinja placed second in the Da Hoss Stakes at Colonial Downs.
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Trainer Larry Jones raced Fox Hill Farm owned, Honest Man, to a tough third in Monmouth's Salvator Mile Handicap (G3)
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The race of the weekend took place at Monmouth on Sunday. The Miss Liberty Stakes was swept by Fair Hill horses when Douglas Fout's trainee Dyna's Lassie pulled off an impressive win over Michael Matz trained Rasta Farian and Graham Motion trained Bachata.
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There were several Fair Hill horses in the money this weekend.
Larry Jones had a big day on Saturday at Belmont Park. Kentucky Oaks winner "Proud Spell" returned to action to finish second (but DQ'd to third) in the Mother Goose Stakes (GI). Argentina bred "Solar Flare" finished second in the Suburban Handicap (GI).
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More on Solar Flares impressive Stakes debut
Mark Shuman trainee "Xchanger" helped pull off a track record when he finished second at Philadelphia Park's Donald LeVine Memorial Handicap. More from ESPN
"Fareena," trained by Leigh Delacour, also finished third on Saturday in Delaware Park's St. George Stakes.
More on the results from Delaware Park