ASPCA Launches Open-Admission Support Center For Horses In Oklahoma City

The ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®) today announced the ASPCA Regional Support Center, a pilot program to provide fully-subsidized services to horse owners in need in the Oklahoma City area. In collaboration with a local veterinary clinic and several re-homing partners, the open-admission center provides a safe place for horse owners […]

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29 Horses Released From Remington EHV-1 Quarantine, 30 Remain

The Equine Disease Communication Center released the following update on the EHV-1 quarantine at two barns at Remington Park, which has been in place since November: An additional 29 horses were released from quarantine. These horses completed 14 days with no exposure to an EHV-1 positive horse, no fevers, no symptoms compatible with EHV-1, and […]

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Merango Tango ‘Always Wanted To Be A Racehorse,’ Wins At Tampa After Five-Year Layoff

Five years can seem like an eternity in horse racing. But when owner-trainer Tim Padilla traveled to Purcell, Okla., early this year to pick up former stable star Merango Tango, it seemed like 2014 all over again, and he devised a plan to get him back to the races. The 8-year-old gelding brought the heartfelt […]

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Shameful, Dam Of Champion Indian Blessing, Moves To Oklahoma For Quarter Horse Breeding

Hal and Patti Earnhardt’s champion-producing Thoroughbred mare Shameful is at Lazy E Ranch in Guthrie, Okla., her new permanent home. A stakes winner herself, Shameful is the dam of runners that have earned more than $4 million, including champion 2-year-old filly and champion female sprinter Indian Blessing, who made $2,995,620. “It is indeed an honor […]

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Juvenile Rowdy Yates Preps For Springboard Mile With Remington Stakes Win

Rowdy Yates kept his record clean at Remington Park with his second stakes win in a row; next stop: looking for 2020 Kentucky Derby points in the closing night $400,000 Springboard Mile for 2-year-olds on Dec. 15. On Friday night, Rowdy Yates proved to be the class of the field in the $75,000 Don McNeill […]

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Fear The Cowboy Retired To Glasses Creek Ranch In Oklahoma

Fear The Cowboy (Cowboy Cal – Whom Shall I Fear), the Grade 1-placed winner of the Grade 3 Skip Away Stakes and G3 Harlan’s Holiday Stakes, has been retired to stand at Glasses Creek Ranch in Oklahoma in a deal brokered by Chad Schumer of Schumer Bloodstock. This tough performer retires as the winner of […]

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Threat Of Fire Forces Cancellation Of Remington’s Final Race On Friday

Remington Park canceled the ninth race of the card Friday night due to smoke and signs of a fire near the kitchen area of the jockeys’ quarters, just above the saddling paddock. No one was injured in the emergency situation. The Oklahoma City Fire Department arrived during the saddling of the horses in the paddock […]

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‘He’s Sure Been Good To Us’: Shotgun Kowboy Wins Record Fourth Oklahoma Classics Cup

Shotgun Kowboy, the 7-year-old Oklahoma-bred millionaire, won his fourth $175,000 Oklahoma Classics Cup at Remington Park on Friday night, Oct. 18. The victory was one of the most impressive ever for the gelding who made Oklahoma Classics history. Bred, owned and trained by C.R. Trout of Edmond, Okla., Shotgun Kowboy easily pulled away with over […]

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Atreides Sold To Stand At River Oaks Farm In Oklahoma

Atreides (Medaglia d’Oro – Dream Rush), a horse of brilliant speed and now a young stakes sire, has been sold to continue his career at River Oaks Farm in Sulphur, Oklahoma in a deal brokered by Chad Schumer of Schumer Bloodstock. Atreides won four of five starts over six furlongs to a mile for Stonestreet […]

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