Tom Amoss

America’s Day At The Races Continues On FOX Sports With 11 Hours Of Coverage

The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) today announced the expanded weekend broadcast schedule will continue for America’s Day at the Races, the acclaimed national telecast presenting coverage and analysis of the best racing from around the country. Produced by NYRA in partnership with FOX Sports, America’s Day at the Races will air on FS1/FS2 on Saturday and […]

Continue reading
Talamo Reflects On First Oaklawn Meet, Strange Circumstances

Jockey Joe Talamo, previously based in Southern California, has made a huge splash in his first season as an Oaklawn regular. Through Friday, the 37th day of the scheduled 57-day meeting at the Hot Springs, Ark., track, Talamo led all jockeys in stakes victories (six) and ranked second in purse earnings ($2,281,058). “I really didn’t […]

Continue reading
Oaklawn Officials Tighten Protocols, Support Talamo Continuing To Ride

The show will go on at Oaklawn in Hot Springs, Ark., though track owner Louis Cella said he is prepared to shut down if ordered to by state or federal officials. Oaklawn has rolled out increasingly restrictive protocols since the the highly contagious coronavirus, or COVID-19, was classified a pandemic March 11 by the World […]

Continue reading
Updated COVID-19 Fallout: Aqueduct, Laurel Suspends Racing; Gulfstream Friday Card Called Off; California Has ‘Stay At Home’ Mandate; Jockeys Taking Time Off; Trainers, TVG Personnel Go Into ‘Self Quarantine’

Like many other days since COVID-19, or coronavirus, was deemed a pandemic by the World Health Organization on March 11, a series of events rocked the horse racing world from coast to coast on Thursday. Among them: – The New York Racing Association suspended racing at Aqueduct, effective immediately, after a backstretch worker based at […]

Continue reading
Azeri Sets Up Rematch Between Lady Apple, Serengeti Empress, Street Band

The Houston Ladies Classic, Part 2, will be run Saturday at Oaklawn with the top five finishers from that Jan. 26 race all entered in the $350,000 Azeri Stakes (G2) for older fillies and mares. Probable post time for the 1 1/16-mile Azeri, the ninth of 11 races, is 4:50 p.m. (Central). The Azeri is […]

Continue reading
‘Couldn’t Be Happier’: Joe Talamo Keeping Busy, Riding Winners At Oaklawn

So far, so good for jockey Joe Talamo. After one-third of Oaklawn’s scheduled 57-day meeting, Talamo is tied for third in the standings with 13 victories and ranks second in purse earnings ($816,777) at the Hot Springs, Ark., track. Talamo, 30, is riding regularly for the first time at Oaklawn after previously being based in […]

Continue reading
Undefeated 3-Year-Old No Parole To Point To Oaklawn’s Rebel Stakes

Owned by Maggi Moss and Greg Tramontin, sophomore No Parole is undefeated in three career starts against his fellow Louisiana-breds. The son of Violence worked a half-mile in 49.40 seconds Monday morning at the Fair Grounds, after which Moss posted on Twitter that No Parole would aim for Derby points in the G2 Rebel Stakes […]

Continue reading
Third Straight Victory Convinces Amoss To Put No Parole On Triple Crown Trail

After watching Maggi Moss’ 3-year-old No Parole dominate another field of Louisiana-breds on Saturday night at Delta Downs, trainer Tom Amoss has been convinced to try the colt in a Kentucky Derby points race. “I think we have to try one of the Triple Crown preps,” Amoss said on the simulcast feed from Delta. “He […]

Continue reading
Serengeti Empress Won’t Make Bayakoa, But Likely For March 14 Azeri Stakes

Serengeti Empress, among the country’s leading 3-year-old fillies of 2019, is expected to make at least one start this year at Oaklawn, trainer Tom Amoss said Thursday morning. “You’ll definitely see Serengeti,” Amoss said. “At one point, I’m not sure.” Amoss said Serengeti Empress won’t make the $200,000 Bayakoa Stakes (G3) for older fillies and […]

Continue reading
Twitter Twitter
Paulick Report on Instagram