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Stidham Hits 2,000-Win Milestone On Tampa Bay Downs Opening Day

Thoroughbred trainer Michael Stidham achieved a career milestone in dramatic fashion on Wednesday’s opening day card at Tampa Bay Downs in Oldsmar, Fla.,, earning his 2,000th victory with 4-year-old colt Lem Me Tel Ya in the eighth race. After taking the lead in the stretch of the 6 ½-furlong claiming event under jockey Pablo Morales, […]

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11-Year-Old Soi Phet Defends Title In Crystal Water Stakes

Soi Phet returns in the Crystal Water Stakes on Saturday at Santa Anita, almost a year after posting a 47-1 upset in the race when he won by a nose under Alonso Quinonez, who is back aboard. Now 11, the California-bred Tizbud gelding trained by Leonard Powell has not raced since last Sept. 8, when […]

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‘Such A Big Heart’: 10-Year-Old Soi Phet Tops Million-Dollar Mark With Bertrando Victory

Soi Phet, the 7-2 fourth choice in a field of eight, defeated 2-1 favorite B Squared by a nose to win the $101,035 Bertrando Stakes Wednesday at Los Alamitos. The victory was the second in the Bertrando – he gained his first in the inaugural running in 2014 – for the ageless gelding and his […]

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Santa Anita Single Ticket Pick 6 Jackpot Hit For $466,919

With five different tickets “live” and thus eligible to produce a life-changing score in Santa Anita’s Single Ticket Pick 6 Jackpot – including one that singled 5-2 post time favorite Red Shelby – it was Gone to Town, an 8-1 shot trained by Hector Palma and ridden by Alonso Quinonez, that sailed home in Monday’s nightcap at […]

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Quinonez Earns First Turfway Title; Maker, Ramseys Repeat

Trainer Mike Maker and owners Ken and Sarah Ramsey added to their trophy cases and jockey Alonso Quinonez started one by finishing atop their respective categories for Turfway Park’s 49th annual winter/spring meet, which began Jan. 1 and closed April 1. The Ramseys continued their dominance as Kentucky’s leading owners, earning their 12th Turfway title overall […]

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‘A Good Person, A Great Trainer’: Trela Back In The Winner’s Circle After Brain Aneurism

Exactly six months after suffering a near-fatal brain aneurism at her San Luis Rey Downs barn on Dec. 9, trainer Rosemary Trela saddled back to back winners on Thursday, with come backing Jan’s Spirit taking the fifth race at $21.60 and veteran mare Fast Magoo winning the sixth at $7. Idle since running third for […]

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Quinonez Taken to Trauma Center After Barretts at Fairplex Spill

Jockey Alonzo Quinonez was taken by medical airlift to the Los Angeles County/University of Southern California Hospital  in Los Angeles Saturday night following a spill in the 12th race at the Barretts at Fairplex race meeting in Pomona, according to a report on HRTV. Quinonez went down after his mount, Bright Town, clipped heels in […]

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Tigah up in Time for San Francisco Mile

Tigah (GB) and jockey Alonso Quinonez were up just in time for the victory in the Grade 3 San Francisco Mile at Golden Gate Fields on Saturday. This marks the first graded stakes win for the 5-year-old John Sadler trainee. Tigah is owned by Karnel Jawl and was bred in Great Britain by Newsells Park […]

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Wrong-way horse results in Santa Anita ‘no-contest’ race

Friday’s second race at Santa Anita Park, a six furlong sprint for maiden 2-year-olds, was declared a no contest by track stewards as a result of a loose horse running the wrong way up the homestretch. Spinning Love was away in good order, but as he left the chute he hesitated and then jumped to […]

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