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Glitter, gold featured on weekend's global horse racing scene

Nov. 22 (UPI) -- Weekend horse racing showcased some potential stars of 2022, from 2-year-olds up the ladder to older horses like Serve the King, Obligatory and Azul Coast, looking toward the big races of the New Year. On the international front, there was both promise for the future and...
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Notes & Quotes From the G2 Red Smith Stakes: Serve the King

(Serve the King wins the G2 Red Smith on Saturday / Photo Courtesy of NYRA) Peter Brant’s Serve the King, under a perfect ride by meet-leading rider Irad Ortiz, Jr., collared Channel Cat in the final jumps to capture Saturday’s Grade 2, $200,000 Red Smith, an 11-furlong inner turf test for 3-year-olds and up at Aqueduct Racetrack.
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2021 Red Smith Stakes odds, betting guide, contenders, picks, predictions from horse racing insider

The Chad Brown-trained Serve the King will try to win his first career graded stakes race when he leaves the starting gate in the 2021 Red Smith Stakes on Saturday at Aqueduct Racetrack. Bred in Great Britain, Serve the King has four wins, two seconds and one third in 10 career starts. He is coming off a runner-up finish in the Joe Hirsch Turf Classic at Belmont on Oct. 9. Serve the King has been installed as the 3-1 favorite in the 2021 Red Smith Stakes odds.
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Favorite Serve the King gets up in time in the G2 Red Smith

Peter Brant’s Serve the King, under a perfect ride by meet-leading rider Irad Ortiz, Jr., collared Channel Cat in the final jumps to capture Saturday’s Grade 2, $200,000 Red Smith, an 11-furlong inner turf test for 3-year-olds and up at Aqueduct Racetrack. Trained by four-time Eclipse Award winner Chad Brown,...
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Red Smith Stakes 2021: Odds, pace projection, preview, more

Chad Brown aims Saturday to keep himself atop the 2021 trainers’ list for graded stakes wins. Brown’s Serve the King (3-1) heads a field of 10 runners lined up for the Grade 2, $200,000 Red Smith Stakes. Post time from Aqueduct is scheduled for 3:43 p.m., with FS2 to air the 1 3/8-mile turf stakes.
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Son of Kingman Takes Red Smith

RED SMITH S.-GII, $200,000, Aqueduct, 11-20, 3yo/up, 1 3/8mT, 2:16.60, fm. 1–SERVE THE KING (GB), 124, h, 5, by Kingman (GB) 1st Dam: Fallen In Love (GB) (GSP-Eng), by Galileo (Ire) 2nd Dam: Fallen Star (GB), by Brief Truce. 3rd Dam: Rise And Fall (GB), by Mill Reef. 1ST GRADED...
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Serve The King Rallies Late To Win Red Smith At Aqueduct

Calumet Farm's Channel Cat looked poised to take the field gate to wire in the Red Smith at Aqueduct, but Serve the King's late rally in the stretch gave the Chad Brown trainee enough to pass Channel Cat in the final sixteenth of a mile and take the Grade 2 stakes by a neck at the Ozone Park, N.Y., track.
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Channel Cat Chases That Elusive Grade 1-Winning Form in Red Smith

Channel Cat is by default, the class of the Grade 2 Red Smith Handicap field. This is a status that by no means, makes him a lock to win the $200,000 race over Aqueduct Racetrack’s inner turf course. He may be the lone millionaire in the 10-horse field of 3-year-olds...
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The Lineup: Red Smith, Chilukki, Native Diver Top Stakes Action

It’s Red Smith time in New York on Saturday. The $200,000 Red Smith (G2) honors the Pulitzer Prize-winning sportswriter who spent much of his 55-year journalism career writing for the New York Herald and the New York Times. He loved writing about the races. There are many awards honoring Smith,...
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2021 Red Smith Stakes morning-line odds, picks: Racing insider offers bet strategy for Saturday's race

The Chad Brown-trained Serve the King will try to win his first career graded stakes race when he leaves the starting gate in the 2021 Red Smith Stakes on Saturday at Aqueduct. Bred in Great Britain, Serve the King has been installed as the 3-1 favorite in the 2021 Red Smith Stakes odds. The Jack Sisterson-trained Channel Cat is the 4-1 second choice in the 10-horse 2021 Red Smith Stakes field. Post time is 3:43 p.m. ET.
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Flatter Pod: Sisterson on Channel Cat; weekend handicapping

This week’s episode of the Ron Flatter Racing Pod features a preview of graded stakes in New York, Kentucky and California with Channel Cat’s trainer Jack Sisterson, Churchill Downs TV analyst James Scully and Race Day Las Vegas handicapper Ralph Siraco. The Ron Flatter Racing Pod is available via free subscription from iHeart, Apple, Google, Spotify and Stitcher as well as from VSiN.com/podcasts. It is sponsored by 1/ST BET.
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Equibase Analysis: Lightly-Raced Price Talk Rates Highest In Red Smith

This Saturday's Grade 2, $200,000 Red Smith Stakes drew a field of 10 running 11 furlongs on the Aqueduct turf course. Although it is a grade two race, there are few in the field proven at the level and/or distance. One of those is Tide of the Sea, who on...
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Betting a Lightly-Raced Runner to Post Upset Win in Red Smith

The $200,000, Grade 2 Red Smith Stakes drew a field of 10 running 1 3/8 miles on the Aqueduct turf course. Although a Grade 2 race, there are few in the field proven at the level and/or distance. One of those is Tide of the Sea, who on the Grade 2 W. L. McKnight Stakes this past January and, more recently, won the Japan Turf Cup Stakes in October at a similar distance. Another who is proven at the level is Channel Cat, who leads the field in career earnings at $1.4 million, including when victorious in the Grade 1 Man o’ War Stakes at this distance on grass in May. However, Channel Cat has lost three races since then and the Man o’ War was his only win this year (from six starts), with his last win before that coming in July 2019.
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Channel Cat chases return to win column in G2 Red Smith

OZONE PARK, N.Y. – Calumet Farm’s Channel Cat headlines a deep field assembled for Saturday’s 61st running of the Grade 2, $200,000 Red Smith Handicap going 1 3/8 miles for 3-year-olds and upward over the inner turf at Aqueduct Racetrack. Channel Cat, a 6-year-old son of late turf champion English...
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First Look: Red Smith, Native Diver lead graded stakes

The Breeders’ Cup hangover is still wearing off, but there are growing signs of graded-stakes life again next weekend with the Red Smith (G2), Native Diver (G3) and Chilukki (G3) coming up. Channel Cat, with $1,416,022 in earnings, is the big name who is expected to race this weekend. Saturday.
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