Both Fight to Glory and Kaabraaj made every pole winning ones in capturing their respective races, the $30,000 City of Phoenix and $30,000 Luke Kruytbosch stakes, Saturday at Turf Paradise.
The City of Phoenix Ridden confidently by Andrew Ramgeet, 4-5 favorite Fight to Glory ($3.80) sped to the lead she never relinquished as BCZ Middleton stayed within striking distance but came up a length short of the winner, the same position she finished in this race last year. Listo finished third in the field of seven fillies and mares.
Sprinters will be in the spotlight in the $30,000 City of Phoenix and $30,000 Luke Kruytbosch stakes Saturday at Turf Paradise Race Course. The City of Phoenix, for fillies and mares, drew seven entrants while the Kruytbosch, for colts and geldings, attracted a field of nine. Both races are for 3-year-olds and up and each will be run at 6 furlongs. Post time for the first of eight races is 12:55 pm...
Turf Paradise continues its tradition as the place for fans and families to enjoy Thanksgiving weekend. It’s the place where the horses go fast and the dollar goes far. Turf has three days of exciting and inexpensive family fun. It’s a great place to take the kids and visiting family members, or go alone if you need a little ‘me’ time.
Horseracing fans who can’t make the trip to Del Mar will converge on Turf Paradise Friday November 3rd and Saturday November 4th to watch and wager and win on the simulcast of the Breeders’ Cup.The two-day, 13-race Breeders’ Cup Championship, which will be contested at Del Mar and will be simulcast in its entirety at Turf Paradise and all OTB (Off Track Betting) sites in Arizona.
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