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Former Police Officer Bernie Flint Saddles 3,500th Winner Saturday At Indiana Grand

Bernie Flint, longtime Thoroughbred trainer for more than five decades, scored his 3,500th career win Friday, Sept. 13 at Indiana Grand Racing & Casino. His horse, Code of War was a winner in the eighth race of the day for jockey Malcolm Franklin, who completed a three-win day on the card with the Flint-trained son […]

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America’s Tale Upsets Inside Information At Gulfstream

Fair Grounds shipper America’s Tale may have taken many bettors by surprise when she pulled off an 11-1 upset victory in Saturday’s $200,000 Inside Information (G2), but owner Naveed Chowhan and trainer Bernie Flint are no strangers to winning graded stakes at Gulfstream Park. Chowhan, who posed for pictures in the winner’s circle following America’s […]

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Maker, Ward In Tie For Turfway Training Title; Ramseys Leading Owner For 15th Time

When Red Hot Kitten crossed the wire a neck to the good in Turfway Park’s last race on New Year’s Eve, the final day of the 2018 holiday meet at the northern Kentucky track, Mike Maker claimed sole possession of the record for training titles at the Northern Kentucky track with 21. Maker had been […]

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Sophomores Majestic Dunhill, America’s Tale Score Black Type On Salute The Troops Day

R A Hill Stable’s Majestic Dunhill, a sprint stakes winner on the grass this summer, transferred his success to the main track with a last-to-first half-length upset in Saturday’s $100,000 City of Laurel at Laurel Park. The City of Laurel for 3-year-olds and the $100,000 Safely Kept for 3-year-old fillies, both at seven furlongs, were […]

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Lovely Bernadette Rallies Late For Mint Julep Handicap Victory

James M. Miller’s 4-year-old filly Lovely Bernadette ran down Celestial Insight in deep stretch to win Saturday’s 42nd running of the $100,000 Old Forester Mint Julep Handicap (GIII) at Churchill Downs by a neck. Ridden by Corey Lanerie and making her first start for veteran trainer Bernie Flint, Lovely Bernadette clocked 1 1/16 miles over […]

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Jockey Torres Returns To Action A Winner At Indiana Grand

After a spill at Fair Grounds in late March that has left him sidelined recovering from injuries, Cisco Torres returned to the winner’s circle in his first day back in action Tuesday, Oct. 24. Torres, who was scheduled to make his return to riding Wednesday, was a late rider change aboard two horses in the first […]

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Ellis’ Juvenile Races ‘Definitely Tougher Than Five Years Ago’

Though much of the attention on Sunday’s $75,000 Ellis Park Juvenile and Ellis Park Debutante has centered on the Kenny McPeek-trained favorites Ten City and Sunny Skies, the capacity fields for both stakes are well-stocked with promising 2-year-olds. Ten City is the 8-5 favorite in the seven-furlong EP Juvenile off a 2-for-2 record spanning a seven-length romp April […]

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From ‘Ant Hills’ To Upping The Ante: The History Of Kentucky Downs

When the Kentucky Downs Ladies Turf goes to the post Saturday, Kentucky Downs president Corey Johnsen expects to reflect back on the same race a decade earlier. Johnsen and his partner Ray Reid came to Kentucky Downs for the first time to watch their Argentine champion Honey Rose run in the 2006 Ladies Turf. Johnsen […]

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One Mean Man Up In Time In American Derby

L. T. B. and Hillerich Racing’s One Mean Man got up just in time to win Saturday’s Grade 3 American Derby by a half-length at Arlington Park. The sophomore son of Mizzen Mast covered nine furlongs over the firm turf course in 1:48.86 for trainer Bernie Flint, giving jockey Robby Albarado a late double. “His […]

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