Aggie Engineer

California runner Aggie Engineer retired

Seven-time winner Aggie Engineer has been retired from racing, co-owner Roberta Williford tells the Daily Racing Form, due to fear of injury.  The six-year-old gelding won two graded stakes last winter and placed in three other stakes in a 21-race career.

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Sadler: Twirling Candy all set for Big ‘Cap

Press Release Twirling Candy, an emerging star in the handicap ranks, worked seven furlongs on Santa Anita’s main track Sunday for next Saturday’s Grade I, $750,000 Santa Anita Handicap presented by San Manuel Indian Bingo& Casino. Under regular rider Joel Rosario, who needs eight more stakes wins this meet to set a Santa Anita record, […]

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Gladding wires field in San Antonio

Gladding set the pace but still had enough left to fend off his rivals in the Grade 2, $150,000 San Antonio Stakes Sunday at Santa Anita Park. Under Rafael Bejarano, Gladding looked to have slowed things down nicely on the front end, but then faced an early challenge from Spurrier, shook it off and outsprinted […]

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Aggie Engineer looks to keep winning ways in the San Antonio

Likely pacesetter Aggie Engineer looks to be the favorite in this weekend’s San Antonio Handicap after winning back-to-back stakes races in the Native Diver and San Pasqual. Joe Talamo will be on board for Sunday’s ride.

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Aggie Engineer sails to victory in San Pasqual

Aggie Engineer stalked the pace instead of setting it but claimed a convincing win just the same in the Grade 2, $150,000 San Pasqual Stakes at Santa Anita Saturday. Under Joe Talamo, the six-year-old gelding took the lead mid-stretch and rolled to victory by four and a half lengths.  The winning time for 1 1/6 […]

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Small field of four expected for San Pasqual

With three-fourths of the expected field having run against each other in the Native Diver Handicap at Hollywood Park last month, this Saturday’s running of the Grade II San Pasqual Stakes will be run among familiar faces. Aggie Engineer, Spurrier and Dakota Phone who finished first, second and fourth respectively will see newcomer Quindici Man […]

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Hollywood Park: Aggie Engineer wires field in Native Diver

Aggie Engineer led virtually the whole way for an easy two-length victory in the Grade 3, $100,000 Native Diver Handicap at Hollywood Park Saturday. Under Joe Talamo, Aggie Engineer enjoyed soft fractions on the front end and pulled away in the stretch to the win the 1 1/8 mile race in 1:51.04.  2010 Breeders’ Cup […]

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