Lost And Found

Lost And Found Presented By Horseware: For Retired Jockey Bourque, Home Is Where The Heart Is

Family has always come first with Kenny “Chopper” Bourque. During much of his race-riding career, he opted to stay close to his family rather than competing on out-of-state circuits. In his semi-retirement, he savors time with them at and near the home he and Mary, his wife of nearly 50 years, have between Louisville and […]

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Lost And Found Presented By Horseware: Jockey, Trainer, And Steward Boland Has Left The Track Behind

After reinventing himself many times, Bill Boland now lives as a typical retiree with golf always on his schedule. Seven decades before his current incarnation, Boland won the 1950 Kentucky Derby aboard Middleground as a 16-year-old apprentice. That triumph and so many others earned him induction into the Hall of Fame in 2006. Other segments […]

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Lost And Found Presented By Horseware: Former Trainer Hauswald Still ‘A Part Of Racing,’ In Different Role

When Phil Hauswald disbanded his small stable in 2006, he figured he would be back in business within a year with a barn of quality runners. His plan never materialized and instead he has found a comfortable niche as a Belmont Park-based shipping agent for Sallee Horse Vans. From the late 1980s through the 1990s, […]

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Lost And Found Presented By Horseware: Armed With A College Degree And Business Savvy, Former Jockey Arguello Loves To Help People

If success is measured by personal well-being and kindness to others, Fabio Arguello Jr. is a superstar. He also achieved the more traditional definition of success during his jockey career, in which his mounts won 1,251 races and banked more than $23 million from 1990 to 2018. He was a 1991 Eclipse Award finalist for […]

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Lost And Found Presented By Horseware: Years After He Hung Up His Tack, Hawley Still Haunts Woodbine

One day in 1987 at Keeneland, Kaoru Tsuchiya was wondering why one of her peers had not arrived in the female jockey quarters. A short time later she realized why — Sandy Hawley was a man. The two relish telling the story of their initial introduction, especially since all these decades later they are now […]

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Lost and Found Presented by Horseware: Guidry Enjoying New Role As Louisiana Racing Official

Statistically, Mark Guidry is one of only 34 jockeys to win more than 5,000 races. In addition to those glittery stats, he is so well regarded by his peers that he received the 2006 George Woolf Award that honors jockeys whose character and career reflect positively on themselves and Thoroughbred racing. When he received the […]

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Lost And Found Presented By Horseware: Jockey Johnston Rolls On With Championship Career In Rear-View Mirror

Despite profound changes in his life, Mark Johnston is fundamentally the same. He still loves horses, the racetrack, winning and camaraderie. In his past, Johnston enjoyed those experiences as a jockey who won 3,085 races and the 1990 Eclipse Award as outstanding apprentice. These days from his Paris, Ky., base, he gains similar satisfaction using […]

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Lost and Found Presented by Horseware: Former Trainer Brothers Still Uses Eye For Horses Behind The Scenes

A decade after a seamless transition from Classic-winning trainer to semi-retired bloodstock advisor, Frank Brothers continues to enjoy the Thoroughbred industry. Called “Frankie” by all who know him, his name is forever linked with a long list of high-profile runners topped by Preakness and Belmont winner and 1991 champion Hansel and 1997 Blue Grass Stakes […]

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Lost And Found Presented By Horseware: Legendary Crump Still In Love With Horses

The name Diane Crump carried celebrity status a half-century ago and now is known for brokering sales of sport horses including off-track Thoroughbreds. Doing business in Linden, Va., as Diane Crump Equine Sales, she describes her job as similar to being a real estate agent who acts as agent between buyers and sellers without owning […]

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Lost And Found Presented By Horseware: Bohannan Has Joys Of Training Without The Headaches

In many ways, Tom Bohannan has the perfect job with the perks of training Thoroughbreds but without the problems. He still enjoys mixing and mingling with horses and horse people at the track while wintering in the warmth, but his current role lacks the dramatic highs and lows of his former career. Bohannan has been […]

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