Lost And Found

Lost and Found Presented By Horseware: Elvis Hasn’t Left The Building Yet

Elvis Trujillo, statistically idle since spring after riding more than 2,000 career winners, is targeting the first of the year for his return to action. He has been tuning up by riding each morning for his uncle, trainer Jose Corrales, at Laurel Park. He is capitalizing on his temporary afternoon freedom by spending time with […]

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Lost And Found Presented By Horseware: Homeister ‘Still On Go’ In Retirement

Rosemary Homeister Jr. may have hung up her racing saddle, but she hasn’t slowed down. If anything, she’s living in double time. When she’s not taking care of her daughter Victoria or putting together a marketing plan, you might find Homeister taking or teaching a boxing class or sharing her thoughts on meal planning. “Racing’s […]

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Lost And Found Presented By Horseware: Eighttofasttocatch All Things To His Family

Before there was Ben’s Cat, there was Eighttofasttocatch. The hard-knocking gelding spent four years running at the stakes level, primarily at Laurel Park and Pimlico, becoming the first millionaire for trainer Tim Keefe. His name popped up again on the East Coast Thoroughbred radar last weekend when he competed in the Real Rider Cup, a […]

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Lost And Found Presented By Horseware: Oriana Rossi Isn’t Giving Up Yet

It’s been a little more than three years since jockey Oriana Rossi vowed she would return to the saddle, and she remains fixated on that goal. Rossi was aboard Top Priority in the fifth race at Indiana Grand on July 22, 2015 when a horse in front of her clipped heels and went down. Top […]

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Lost And Found Presented By Horseware: Uncle Sigh Has Found Another Gear

It’s not often a horse rises to run in an American classic race, falls to a claimer, and then comes back up into the stakes ranks again. But that’s exactly what Uncle Sigh has done. On the eve of Whitney Stakes Day at Saratoga, the 7-year-old gelding finished a respectable second in his 31st career […]

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Lost And Found Presented By Horseware: After Selling Walnut Green, Jones As Busy As Ever

Ten years ago, one of the most recognizable names in the sales market handed over the keys to the business he helped build. Russell Jones, 83, has been officially retired since he sold out of Walnut Green, the Pennsylvania-based purchasing and sales consignment company he co-founded with his brother, Richard. Jones worked for the company […]

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Lost And Found Presented By Horseware: Retired Announcer Johnson Looks Back On ‘Once In A Lifetime’ Performances

Each year during Belmont Stakes week, former race announcer Dave Johnson throws a party for his friends somewhere in the bar of a high-end restaurant in Manhattan. It just so happens the friends of Dave Johnson are essentially horse racing’s illuminati: turf writers, trainers, Vegas big fish, Jockey Club stalwarts. Johnson knows them all. Johnson […]

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Lost And Found Presented By Horseware: Cantey ‘Made Horses Real’ To Her Audience

For many horse racing fans, the experience of the sport’s biggest race days comes through their television screens. Those of us who watched the Triple Crown more for the horses than the betting tips quickly learned to listen for the lilting voice of broadcaster Charlsie Cantey, who spent three decades giving audiences the horseman’s viewpoint […]

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Lost And Found Presented By Horseware: Thirty-Five Years After Sunny’s Halo, Cross Is Back To The Beginning Again

With each passing day in the week leading up to the Kentucky Derby, the Churchill Downs backstretch buzzes louder. It seems the reporters, broadcasters, cousins of neighbors of friends of horse owners – all of them multiply, parking wherever possible and snapping photos of horses eating, working, and bathing. For the locals without a horse […]

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Lost And Found Presented By Horseware: For Skiffington, The Training Game Has Changed

By 2007 Tom Skiffington had spent over three decades of his life training Thoroughbreds. Despite a resume that included 53 graded stakes wins and runners earning over $24 million, Skiffington left the business with relatively little fanfare and no hard feelings. “I’d seen it happen to guys that were better trainers than me – one […]

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