Tom Amoss

Paradise Woods Retired; Ollie’s Candy, Serengeti Empress To Race In 2020

Two-time Grade 1 winner Paradise Woods has officially been retired from racing, according to drf.com. The 5-year-old daughter of Union Rags finished last of 11 in Saturday’s Breeders’ Cup Distaff, and trainer John Shirreffs indicated that she will be sent to Lane’s End Farm to begin a broodmare career. Paradise Woods retires with earnings of $1,123,890 […]

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Amoss Undecided On Breeders’ Cup Race For Serengeti Empress

If Serengeti Empress did not turn in a top performance when sixth out of 11 three-year-old fillies in Parx Racing’s $1 million Cotillion Stakes, keep in mind that she followed up a seventh-place drubbing in the Fair Grounds Oaks with triumph in the Kentucky Oaks. Now trainer Tom Amoss and owner Joel Politi are hoping […]

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Guarana Headlines ‘Win And You’re In’ Cotillion At Parx

Three Chimney Farm’s Guarana will look to keep her perfect record intact against ten rivals, seeking her third straight Grade 1 win, as the headliner in the $1 million G1 Cotillion Stakes at Parx Racing. Trained by Chad Brown, the Ghostzapper 3-year-old burst on to the scene with an eye catching performance in her career […]

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Unbeaten Break Even, Risky Mandate Square Off In Saratoga’s Prioress

Klein Racing’s Break Even, perfect through six starts, and Ghost Hollow Farm’s Risky Mandate, undefeated in two appearances, are featured in Saturday’s Grade 2, $250,000 Prioress, a six-furlong sprint for sophomore fillies at Saratoga Race Course in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Break Even, a dark bay daughter of Country Day trained by Brad Cox, won her […]

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Travers Stakes To Be Televised Live On FOX For First Time In History

The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) and FOX Sports today highlighted television coverage for Saturday’s blockbuster Travers Day at historic Saratoga Race Course. As a result of an expanded commitment and partnership between NYRA and the FOX Sports family of networks, sports fans and horseplayers will be treated to 6 ½ hours of live […]

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Hence, Lookin At Lee Lead Nominees To Remington’s Governor’s Cup

The $175,000 Governor’s Cup, the feature event on the Opening Night of the Remington Park Thoroughbred Season on Aug. 23, has a stout list of 30 nominations. The 1-1/8 miles Governor’s Cup could feature past winners of the event as well as multiple contestants who have earned millionaire status. National Hall of Fame trainer Steve […]

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After Gritty Runner-Up Effort In G1 Test, Serengeti Empress May Target G1 Cotillion

Joel Politi’s Serengeti Empress came out of her gritty second-place finish to Covfefe in the Grade 1 Longines Test last week in good order and will now target the Grade 1, $1 million Cotillion on September 21 at Parx, trainer Tom Amoss said. The three-time graded stakes-winner, who captured the Grade 1 Kentucky Oaks on May 3 […]

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Amoss Optimistic Long Weekend Likes Saratoga Surface Ahead Of G2 Saratoga Special

Long Weekend, an impressive five-length debut winner, will take a step up in class and distance as part of a talented eight-horse field of juveniles making their respective stakes debut in Saturday’s Grade 2, $200,000 Saratoga Special presented by Miller Lite at Saratoga Race Course. Owned by B.C.W.T., Long Weekend bested a seven-horse maiden field […]

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Kentucky Oaks Winner ‘Serengeti,’ Beaten Favorite Bellafina Shorten Up In Spa’s Test

Grade 1 Kentucky Oaks winner Serengeti Empress will shorten up to seven furlongs when attempting her second Grade 1 victory in Saturday’s Grade 1, $500,000 Longines Test for 3-year-old fillies over the Saratoga Race Course main track. Joel Politi’s dark bay daughter of Alternation won the Kentucky Oaks gate-to-wire on an uncontested lead and ran […]

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Amoss Brings ‘Trainer’s Perspective,’ Expertise To Saratoga Live

Fans can be sure to find an insider’s view this summer by tuning in to Saratoga Live and hanging on Tom Amoss’ every word. Amoss has worked at every level of the game since he took out his trainer’s license in 1987, and his operation has grown from five horses to more than 70. He is playing […]

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