Four State Bred Stake Races Featured Saturday at Turf Paradise
quartet of stakes races for Arizona breds will occupy half of the eight-race card Saturday at Turf Paradise. The track continues with its 5-day a week live race schedule – Saturday thru Wednesday – until the Christmas Holidays. Post time is 12:40 pm. The Four Az Bred Stakes The $25,000 Cactus Flower, Fillies and Mares, 3-year-olds and up, 6 ½ furlongs. The $38,035 Az Breeders’ Futurity, Fillies, 2-year-olds, 6 furlongs. The $39,410 Az Breeders’ Futurity, Colts & Geldings, 2-year-olds, 6 furlongs. The $25,000 Cactus Wren, 3-year-olds and up, 6 ½ furlongs.
Queen of the Green Awarded to Hip Ninety Three, Ride Hard Kowboy Photo-Wins Walter Cluer
Hip Ninety Three inherited victory in the $30,000 Queen of the Green while Ride Hard Kowboy took the photo-finish in the $30,000 Walter Cluer Memorial Stakes Saturday at Turf Paradise. Queen of the Green: Following a furious stretch battle between momentary winner Ronda Rocks and Hip Ninety Three, the Stewards posted the Inquiry Sign and then reversed the order of finish, ruling that Ronda Rocks bore out in the stretch, costing Hip Ninety Three the chance of victory. Ronda Rocks, who put in a valiant effort, was placed second and Eyeadreamin third in the field of 11 fillies and mares. Read More
Thanksgiving Holiday Treats: Saturday’s “Queen” and “Cluer” Stakes
Turf Paradise’s post-Holiday treats will be the $30,000 Queen of the Green and $30,000 Walter Cluer Stakes on Saturday. Thanksgiving weekend will offer live racing Friday, featuring $1 Day specials like Grandstand Admission, hot dogs, soda, popcorn and ice cream. Saturday’s double stakes feature will also offer free Sweatshirts to the first 4,000 fans, free multiple inflatables for the kids and live music. Sunday is Fiesta Sunday, featuring Mexican food and live music. Post time all three days is 12:40 pm. Read More
Turf Paradise Thanksgiving Weekend: Time To Get Off The Couch And Get to the Track
Once again Turf Paradise is the go-to place for fans and families to enjoy the Thanksgiving weekend. It’s a 61 year tradition that began when weary shoppers sought refuge from the malls. After you’ve spent a few grand on a flat screen TV that will be obsolete in two years or $100 for a pillow you saw advertised on that TV, perhaps it’s time to visit Turf Paradise where the horses go fast and the dollar goes far. Read More
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