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Fair Grounds Stewards Suspend Adam Beschizza 15 Days For Careless Riding

For the second time in 18 months, jockey Adam Beschizza has been suspended for careless riding for an incident that left a fellow rider hospitalized with serious injuries. Stewards at the Fair Grounds in Louisiana handed Beschizza a suspension spanning 15 calendar days, running from Jan. 30-Feb. 13, inclusive, for careless riding while aboard Confederate […]

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Tracksmith Proves Game In Woodchopper; Sir Winston Finishes Last

Calumet Farm’s Tracksmith, the lukewarm 3.40 post time favorite, overcame a messy first turn to take the $75,000 Woodchopper Stakes at Fair Grounds Racecourse. Around the first turn, Tracksmith was forced out seven-wide by Irish Heatwave before settling into an outside stalking position. Turning for home, jockey Adam Beschizza let the 3-year-old son of Street […]

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Beschizza Preparing For Return To The Saddle After Broken Collar Bone

Jockey Adam Beschizza will likely return to the saddle next weekend to begin working horses at Fair Grounds following four weeks on the sideline after suffering a broken collar bone at Keeneland, according to his agent Liz Morris. Beschizza, who began riding fulltime in the U.S. in 2017 from his native England, will attempt to […]

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Beschizza Enjoying ‘Fruitful’ Five-Win Meet At Kentucky Downs

Jose Ortiz, Kentucky Downs’ defending leading rider, enjoys a substantial three-win advantage in the standings heading into Thursday’s final day of the RUNHAPPY Meet at Kentucky Downs, with eight victories overall. Tied for second with five wins are past meet champions Florent Geroux and Julien Leparoux as well as Adam Beschizza. It’s already been a […]

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Bandua Scores First U.S. Win In Arlington Handicap On Million Preview Day

Third in the Grade 1 Secretariat Stakes for trainer Dermot Weld on Arlington Million Day in 2018, Calumet Farm’s Bandua scored his initial U.S. victory on Saturday in the G3 Arlington Handicap, coming from just off the pace under Adam Beschizza to win Arlington Park’s prep race for the Aug. 10 G1 Arlington Million as […]

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Mom’s On Strike Prevails In Mint Julep Stakes

Carl Moore and Brad Grady’s 6-year-old mare Mom’s On Strike grabbed the lead with a sixteenth of a mile to run and held off late runs from Smart Shot and Limari to win Saturday’s 43rd running of the $125,000 Old Forester Mint Julep Stakes (GIII) at Churchill Downs by a neck. Ridden by Adam Beschizza […]

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Optimism, Forgiveness Prevail As Carmouche Eyes Return To The Saddle

Noted orthopaedic trauma surgeon Philip Kregor was blunt when he met with jockey Kendrick Carmouche and his wife, Whitney, following a horrific accident at Kentucky Downs last Sept. 8. According to Whitney, he told them Carmouche’s broken right femur was one of the two worst he had ever seen and compared the damage to what […]

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Classy John Gets The Job Done In Louisiana Futurity

There may have been an anxious moment or two, but in the end the heavy favorites of both divisions of the Louisiana Futurity got the job done on Saturday at the Fair Grounds. In the colts and geldings division, Valene Farms’ Classy John held off the late advances of Jimi’s a Star to win by […]

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In The Navy Sails To Mr. Sulu Victory

Kendel Standlee’s In The Navy stalked the pace and strolled to victory on Friday afternoon to add a second stakes victory to his resume in the $50,000 Mr. Sulu Overnight Stakes at Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots. Trained by Scott Gelner, the 4-year-old son of Midshipman was second in the race’s early stages under […]

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