1.In saddling Elate to win Saturday’s Delaware Handicap, trainer Bill Mott won his third running of the race to move within one win of Henry Clark and Todd Pletcher, who lead in the history of the event with four wins each. Mott’s earlier Delaware Handicap wins were scored the champion older distaffer in the years of her victories. Can you name that double winner and the years of her Delaware Handicaps?
2.Sunday’s Assault Stakes, won at Lone Star Park by Supermason, commemorates a Triple Crown winner. Can you recall what number Assault occupies in the sequence of horses which have won the Triple Crown?
3.Saturday’s Grand Prix de Paris, won by Kew Gardens, was first run in 1863 and, while it has not been consistently a target of American breeders and owners, it has been won on occasion by Americans. One such instance was in 1981, although the winner, Glint of Gold, was foaled in England. Can you name the American-based breeder and owner of Glint of Gold?




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