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Although she didn’t beat a strong field in Sunday’s Clement L. Hirsch at Del Mar, NASHOBA’S KEY was awesome while running her record to a perfect six-for-six. Despite getting trapped from the backstretch to mid-stretch, ‘KEY put on a powerful late burst to run down overmatched Bai and Bai. Now, to be sure, this wasn’t winning rider Joe Talamo’s finest moment. He took the bait set by Victor Espinoza, who took BALANCE very wide down the backstretch to lure Talamo up inside, then put the winner in a box all the way around the far turn. Fortunately for the Carla Gaines-trained amazon, Balance ran out of horse in mid-stretch and the winner was able to ease outside and explode past the leader. Next stop, the Yellow Ribbon at Oak Tree.

Speaking of Gaines, what a year she is having. She and Talamo combined for three victories on the card, believed to be the first time a female trainer has won three races on a Del Mar card. Also on Sunday: BLACK MAMBA turned in a powerful stretch run to win the 3rd, giving trainer John Sadler another very good Down Under invader…old pro LORD ALBION, re-claimed by Jack Carava off a poor try routing, returned to sprinting and got up in the last jump to record his 15th career victory…ROCKY ROAD dug in gamely to win his second straight on turf.

On Saturday: PRECIOUS KITTEN outclassed her opponents to become a Grade I winner in the John C. Mabee Handicap. Trainer Bobby Frankel is absolutely loaded in the filly and mare turf division with ‘KITTEN, PRICE TAG and CITRONNADE…in the Haskell at Monmouth, ANY GIVEN SATURDAY was outstanding when defeating CURLIN and HARD SPUN. The Todd Pletcher-trainee didn’t show up on Derby Day but he’s fired in every other start and looks like a serious contender for this year’s BC Classic.

Disturbing Trend: Clenbuterol positives (and $3,000 fines) for trainers Mike Pender and Paulo Lobo. Possible medication violation for Cody Autrey. Rumored barn shakedowns on Autrey and Darrell Vienna—not what racing needs in the face of increasing numbers of fans who believe drug use runs rampant on the backside.

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