Trainer Bruce Levine notched his 2,000th career victory June 13 when the 5-year-old mare Guayana won the sixth race at Penn National Race Course.
According to the Blood-Horse, Levine, who has been a regular in New York and New Jersey racing for many years, worked for trainers John Russell and John Campo, before going out on his own in 1979. He won his first race Nov. 14, 1979 at Aqueduct.
Levine has been among the top 10 NYRA trainers on several occasions, from 2006 through 2010, and in 2012 and 2013.
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