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‘Time Is My Friend’: Trainer Levy’s Patience Rewarded With Quenane

IAB Stables and Walter Fralick’s Quenane rewarded trainer Tamara Levy’s patience on Monday’s Presidents’ Day program at Gulfstream Park, rallying from last to eke out a victory in the $50,000 Rough and Ready The Rough and Ready, a mile race for horses that started for a claiming price of $12,500 or lower, was one of […]

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Nominations Open To Walk In Kentucky Oaks Survivors Parade

Churchill Downs, Derby Divas and Norton Cancer Institute today opened the online nomination process to select 146 breast and ovarian cancer survivors to participate in the Survivors Parade presented by Kroger at the 146th Longines Kentucky Oaks. The public can nominate and vote on survivors for the parade or donate to Norton Cancer Institute at […]

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‘Life Is About Making People Smile’: Joevia Running With A Mission In Razorback

Joevia will be running for more than a $300,000 first-place check in the Razorback Handicap (G3) for older horses Monday at Oaklawn. Co-owner Jeff Fazio said a portion of the colt’s winnings from the $500,000 race are earmarked for the Dr. Theodore A. Atlas Foundation, a New York-based community service organization founded in 1997 by […]

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Trainer Saffie Joseph’s Stable Building Momentum Into 2020

Trainer Saffie Joseph Jr., who saddled Cookie Dough to victory Saturday in the Royal Delta (G3) at Gulfstream and Ny Traffic to a third-place finish in a division of the Risen Star (G2) at Fair Grounds, hopes to build on the momentum in the next couple weeks with Grade 1 winner Math Wizard and Mucho […]

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Jerry Robb Saddles 2,000th Winner From ‘Small Outfit’ Saturday At Laurel

No Guts No Glory Farm’s Stroll Smokin was sent to the lead early and never gave it up in a one-length front-running triumph at Laurel Park to give trainer Jerry Robb his 2,000th career victory and cap Saturday’s stakes-filled Winter Carnival program. The win in Saturday’s finale came two races after Robb’s current stable star, […]

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Trainer Jeremiah Englehart ‘Off To A Pretty Good Start’ At Oaklawn

Jeremiah Englehart’s first career Oaklawn winner will try to become his first career Oaklawn stakes winner when the trainer sends out lightly raced Villainous in the $750,000 Southwest (G3) for 3-year-olds Monday. The New York-based Englehart is wintering at Oaklawn for the first time and has two victories from five starters at the meet, the […]

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‘Wants To Make Every Horse Better’: Jose Batista Jockey Of The Month At Tampa

Jose Batista tries to pattern his riding style and mental approach after Hall of Fame member John Velazquez. After winning three consecutive races on Jan. 25 at Tampa Bay Downs, Batista was eager to compete against his idol on the Feb. 8 Festival Preview Day card. That opportunity was snatched away on Feb. 2 when […]

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John Peters, Longtime Delaware State Veterinarian, Dies

Dr. John Thomas Peters, a leading equine veterinarian and an Air Force ‎veteran, died on Feb. 11, 2020. Born in Howard County, Indiana in 1932, Peters was the son of Ralph and Thelma Peters. He graduated from Greentown High School and was on the high school basketball team that beat Kokomo High School in the […]

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Trainer Davidson Killed In Florida Car Accident, Jockey Fadlovich Injured

A single-car accident and its aftermath in Orange Lake, Fla., early Friday morning has resulted in the death of trainer Coty Lee Davidson and the serious injury of jockey/newly-turned trainer Megan Fadlovich, the Gainesville Sun reports. According to the Sun, witnesses said their car veered off the roadway on Interstate 75 north of Ocala and […]

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