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Date: 11/27/2010

Horse Racing Headlines
Texas jockey charged after win at Sam Houston Race Park (The Associated Press)
HOUSTON (AP) -- A Texas jockey has been suspended during a criminal inquiry into his victory in the $50,000 Richard King Stakes at Sam Houston Race Park. [more]

Went the Day Well wins Big A feature (The Associated Press)
NEW YORK (AP) -- Went the Day Well, once a promising Triple Crown contender, ended a lengthy losing streak Sunday in the $59,000 allowance feature for New York breds at Aqueduct. [more]

Mischief Clem wins California Cup Derby in photo finish (The Associated Press)
Mischief Clem outdueled Pulmarack by a head to win the $250,000 California Cup Derby for 3-year-olds in a photo finish Saturday at Santa Anita, highlighting five races for California-bred or sired horses worth $1 million in purses. Ridden by Kent Desormeaux, 11-1 long shot Mischief Clem ran 1 1/16 miles in 1:44.82 and paid $25.60, $9.60 and $13.40. I was able to ride him off my finger tips and he was just the consummate professional.'' California Chrome won last year's Cal Cup Derby before going on to victories in the Kentucky Derby and Preakness and being named Horse of the Year. Sent off at 7-2 odds, Tough Sunday was second at the half-mile pole before fading under Tyler Baze. [more]

Eblouissante, a half-sister to superstar Zenyatta, retires (The Associated Press)
Eblouissante, a half-sister to superstar mare Zenyatta, has been retired from racing and will be sent to Europe to begin her breeding career. She finished her career with two wins and a second in seven starts, losing a pair of graded stakes. The 6-year-old daughter of Bernardini out of the mare Vertigineux will be bred to either Frankel or Oasis Dream, according to Santa Anita. Trained by John Shirreffs, who oversaw Zenyatta, Eblouissante won her first two starts, but failed to live up to the promise she showed in those races. [more]

Upstart wins $400,000 Holy Bull at Gulfstream (The Associated Press)
Upstart strutted into the winner's circle, took a look around at the people in the stands and seemed to be basking in the moment. ''He's a bit of a punk,'' trainer Richard Violette said. ''He's pretty cocky.'' After performances like the one Upstart turned in at Gulfstream Park on Saturday, Violette won't mind dealing with a little attitude. Upstart pulled away with ease in the stretch and coasted to a win in the $400,000 Grade 2 Holy Bull, one of the early races where horses earn points that will determine the field for the Kentucky Derby. [more]
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