Gryder reached his milestone aboard Pressthepace, who paid $19.60 to win wire-to-wire. HOCKEY: Pittsburgh Penguins owner Ron Burkle traveled to Las Vegas to meet with the mayor and discuss the possibility of relocating the team there. Burkle, who lives in Los Angeles, led a delegation in talks with Las Vegas Mayor Oscar B. Goodman, according to Penguins spokesman Tom McMillan. Meanwhile, Burkle and co-owner Mario Lemieux all prepared to meet with state, county and local officials on today in Philadelphia to try to resolve differences over plans for a new arena in Pittsburgh. SOCCER: Roy Makaay scored the quickest goal in European Champions League history just 11 seconds in, and Bayern Munich advanced past Real Madrid into the quarterfinals. Manchester United, AC Milan and PSV Eindhoven also reached the final eight. Hall of Fame trainer Bobby Frankel tied Charlie Whittingham’s Santa Anita record for career victories Wednesday when he saddled Les Grand Trois to his 869th win in the $50,800 Mister Frisky feature for 3-year-olds. One race later, Aaron Gryder rode his 3,000th career winner. In the Mister Frisky, David Flores rallied undefeated Les Grands Trois to a length win over Abalanche, covering 6 furlongs in 1:16.06 and earning $4.40, $2.80 and $2.20 as the 6-5 wagering favorite. In the winner’s circle, Frankel called Whittingham’s record “a big deal because Charlie is a legend. To get that close and to tie him is an honor.” Kristine Lilly and Carli Lloyd scored to lead the United States over China 2-1 in the Americans’ opener at the Algarve Cup in Silves, Portugal. : Lance Mackey snatched back the lead in the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, speeding through Ophir IDITAROD , , in Nikolai, Alaska near the halfway point of the 1,100-mile race as other teams rested. BOXING: Former rugby player Anthony Mundine won the vacant World Boxing Association super-middleweight title, stopping fellow Australian Sam Soliman in the ninth round in Sydney, Australia. Mundine knocked Soliman down once in the second round and twice in the ninth round before referee Stanley Christodoulou intervened at 2:26 of the ninth. Mundine improved to 28-3 with 22 knockouts. Soliman fell to 33-9 with 13 knockouts. Mundine won a controversial split decision over Soliman in 2001. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!