Mark Casse

Trainer Mark Casse To Be Honored With Big Sport Of Turfdom Award

The Turf Publicists of America (TPA) announced today that the 2019 Big Sport of Turfdom award, which recognizes a person or group of people who enhances coverage of Thoroughbred racing through cooperation with media and racing publicists, will be presented to trainer Mark Casse.  Casse, who was born into the business as the son of […]

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Fly So Pretty Completes Big Weekend For Casse In Stewart Manor

Tracy Farmer’s Fly So Pretty provided trainer Mark Casse a sweep of the weekend’s turf stakes with a last-to-first score in Sunday’s $100,000 Stewart Manor at Aqueduct Racetrack. Fly So Pretty, a homebred daughter of Sky Mesa, entered the six-furlong outer turf sprint for juvenile fillies from an off-the-board effort as the mutuel favorite in […]

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Jack And Noah Goes All The Way In Atlantic Beach

Gary Barber’s Jack and Noah broke sharply from the gate and never looked back notching his first stakes victory in the 2nd running of the $100,000 Atlantic Beach over the outer turf at Aqueduct Racetrack. The French-bred juvenile son of Bated Breath arrived at the six-furlong turf sprint with two starts under his belt. After […]

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Curlin’s Honor Up The Rail To Capture Artie Schiller

John Oxley and Breeze Easy’s Curlin’s Honor found his best stride late, rallying up the rail under Joel Rosario to capture Saturday’s $150,000 Artie Schiller, a one-mile inner turf test for 3-year-olds and upwards at Aqueduct Racetrack. Trained by Mark Casse, the 4-year-old Curlin chestnut hit the board in five-consecutive graded stakes at Woodbine Racetrack […]

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Got Stormy Withdrawn From Fasig-Tipton Sale, To Remain In Training

Grade 1 winner Got Stormy’s impressive runner-up performance in Saturday’s Breeders’ Cup Mile inspired owner Gary Barber to scratch the filly from the Fasig-Tipton November sale, reports bloodhorse.com. The 4-year-old daughter of Get Stormy could also race again in 2019. “She’s flying to Ocala Tuesday and possibly could come back in the Matriarch,” said trainer Mark […]

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Breeders’ Cup Mile: Uni Wins Mare, Filly Battle To Wire With Got Stormy

The only two females in Saturday’s Grade 1, $2 million Breeder’s Cup mile separated from the field late and Chad Brown-trained Uni (GB) prevailed by a length and a half over Got Stormy, trained by Mark Casse. Under Joel Rosario, Uni settled comfortably near the back of the pack as longshots Hey Gaman and El […]

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Classic Notes: ‘It’s Going To Be Who Comes With The Big Race’

Code of Honor – Given the chance, Hall of Fame trainer Shug McGaughey described how he would like the $6 million Longines Breeders’ Cup Classic to unfold for Code of Honor, William Farish’s homebred colt. “I’d like to see a decent pace, just get in a good position – we’ll be back – and leaving […]

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Classic Notes: Mott Pair Exit Breezes Well, War Of Will Enjoying The Weather

Code of Honor – William S. Farish’s 3yo chestnut colt Code of Honor left Belmont Park on schedule Monday morning for cross-continent flight to Santa Anita, trainer Shug McGaughey said. Elate/Yoshida (Bill Mott) – Assistant trainer Riley Mott reported “all good” with their Breeders’ Cup Classic duo one day after the two Bill Mott trainees […]

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War Of Will ‘Actually Focuses’ In New Blinkers; Got Stormy Will Be ‘More Effective’ At Santa Anita

Mark Casse boasts a strong Breeders’ Cup contingent, led by Grade 1 Preakness-winner War of Will (Classic) and Grade 1 Fourstardave champ Got Stormy (Mile). Additional Casse contenders include Perfect Alibi (Juvenile Fillies), Two Sixty (Juvenile Fillies) and Peace Achieved (Juvenile Turf). Jack and Noah and Proven Strategies are on the overflow list for the […]

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Returning From Injury, Mena Appreciates ‘Good Shot’ In Breeders’ Cup With Peace Achieved

Peace Achieved is unbeaten in three starts with blinkers and jockey Miguel Mena, a streak his team hopes to continue in the $1 million Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf. After two defeats sprinting, the newly-blinkered Peace Achieved impressively won a maiden race at Ellis Park, captured Kentucky Downs’ $500,000 Gainesway Farm Juvenile and in following that […]

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