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Baffert, Prado win 2 stakes races

Trainer Bob Baffert and jockey Edgar Prado each claimed two stakes races Saturday at Belmont Park, including a combined effort in the $200,000 Belmont Breeders' Cup won by Senor Swinger.

Prado picked up his other win aboard Feline Story in the Grade 3 $100,000 Floral Park Handicap. Baffert took the Grade 2 Jerome Handicap for 3 year olds with Teton Forest.

In the Breeders' Cup, Senor Swinger powered to a 4-length win over favorite Stroll.

TURFWAY PARK: Roses in May improved to 5-0 this year, surging past Pie N Burger around the final turn to win the Grade 2 $350,000 Kentucky Cup Classic in Florence. Trainer D. Wayne Lukas earned his record 14th Cup Day win when Susan's Angel won the Grade 3 $175,000 Turfway Breeders' Cup for fillies and mares 3 years old and up. Trainer Robert Holthus and jockey John McKee teamed for two Grade 3 $100,000 victories, winning the 1 1/16-mile Juvenile with Greater Good and the 6-furlong Sprint with Level Playingfield. Punch Appeal opened the stakes card with a 1}-length win over Carmandia in the 1-mile $100,000 Juvenile Fillies.


Another all-Russian final

OTHER TOURNAMENTS: Ricardo Mello upset third-seeded Mario Ancic 7-6 (7-2), 6-3, advancing to his his first ATP final at the Millennium International Championships at Delray Beach. He plays top-seeded Vince Spadea. Jose Acasuso defeated Filippo Volandri 7-6 (7-5), 6-2 and plays Igor Andreev for the Romania Open championship in Bucharest.


Arsenal stretches streak

Arsenal stretched its record unbeaten streak in the Premier League to 46 games, but the 2-all tie with Bolton ended its perfect league record this season. Bolton substitute Henrik Pedersen scored in the 85th minute, denying Arsenal a chance to equal its best start _ it won its first six of the 1947-48 season.

MLS: Edson Buddle had a career- and team-record four goals, and host Columbus beat the MetroStars 4-2 to secure a playoff spot and extend its unbeaten streak to 13. Alecko Eskandarian had D.C. United's first corner-kick goal in 62 games as it beat visiting Chicago 3-1. Steve Rolston, Taylor Twellman and Patrick Noonan each scored twice in host New England's 6-1 win over Colorado. Diego Gutierrez scored to lift host Kansas City past San Jose 1-0. Eddie Johnson scored twice on ricochets off goaltender Kevin Hartman in host Dallas' 2-0 win over Los Angeles.


Gator has career day

Florida's Boglarka Berecz hit career milestones, winning her 50th singles match and 40th doubles, at the Gator Fall Classic. The Gator women topped Florida State 5-1 in singles. They were 4-1 in doubles. The UF men won five of six singles matches and two of three doubles against Miami at the Gator Invitational.

CROSS COUNTRY: The hosts finished second to Georgia at the Gator Invitational. The UF men had 32 points, two behind the Bulldogs. Miami finished fourth with 135, UCF was fifth with 151, USF eighth (288) and Tampa 11th. The Gator women scored 81 to Georgia's 29. The Bulls were third with 89, with the Spartans fourth (121), the Golden Knights ninth (263) and the Hurricanes 11th (291).

SOCCER: The Tampa men fell to visiting Seattle Pacific 2-1. The USF women tied Florida Atlantic at 1 in double overtime.

VOLLEYBALL: Amanda Santoshad 18 kills, career and season highs, but FSU dropped its third straight match to George Mason 27-30, 32-30, 30-28, 23-30, 13-15 at the Florida State Classic. Host Saint Leo was swept by Puerto Rico-Piedras 35-33, 30-12, 30-17.


TRACK: Olympic gold medalist Kelly Holmes overpowered Tatyana Tomashova in the stretch and won the 1,500 meters in 4:04.55 at the World Athletics Final in Monte Carlo, Monaco. Asafa Powell held off Olympic silver medalist Francis Obikwelu to win the 100 in 9.98.

Compiled from Times wires.