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Race Day Filly Captures Debut By 10 1/2 Lengths To Become Sire’s First Winner

Spendthrift Farm freshman sire Race Day was represented by his first winner on Saturday when his 2-year-old filly Gee She Sparkles won on debut at Lone Star Park in a maiden special weight race. Campaigned by owners GFB Racing and trainer Danny Pish, the gray filly took over on the turn and drew away with […]

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D Toz, Dicey Capture Oklahoma-Bred Stakes At Remington Park

When trainer Danny Pish of Cibolo, Texas, glanced down the shedrow of his barn before the meet began at Remington Park in August, he said he thought he might have a superstar in one of his stalls. “I’m just not sure who it is,” Pish said with a laugh. That question may have been answered […]

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Trainer Danny Pish Sees Rare Pair Of Dead Heats At Louisiana Downs

It was quite an unusual day for trainer Danny Pish Tuesday afternoon at Harrah’s Louisiana Downs. With four starters on the card, Pish’s runners won two races in not one, but two dead heats. In the third race Okbyeceya, a 4-year-old daughter of Into Mischief and Perfect Poet could not be separated at the wire. Three races later, it was […]

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Fair Grounds: My Miss Chiff All Class In Happy Ticket, Stand Him Up Powerful In Heitai

Town and Country Racing’s Al Stall Jr.-trained My Miss Chiff was all class in victory in the $50,000 Happy Ticket Stakes for Louisiana-bred sprint fillies and mares on Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots’ four-stakes Opening Day. Off since a third-place finish in Pimlico’s Grade III Miss Preakness Stakes on May 19, the daughter of Into Mischief showed […]

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Sam Houston Race Meet Kicks Off Jan. 20

Sam Houston Race Park is in final preparations for its 24th live racing season. Friday January 20 is opening night of the Thoroughbred meet and the men and women who serve our country will be entitled to Free Admission for Military (with valid ID). The draw for opening night took place on Friday, January 13 […]

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Trainer Pish Gets 2000th Victory At Lone Star Park

Memorial Day was extra memorable for trainer Danny Pish this year, as the Monday afternoon saw him win his 2,000th career Thoroughbred race. The aptly-named U S Officer won his debut in a 2-year-old maiden special weight race at Lone Star Park to mark the milestone, drawing away by three lengths on the wire in […]

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Texas Champions Triple For Corbett En Route To Jockey Of The Week

Jockey Glenn Corbett won three stakes in two nights at Sam Houston Race Park on his way to being named this week’s Jockeys’ Guild Jockey of the Week for January 19th – January 24th. The award is voted on by a panel of experts for riding accomplishments by members of the Jockeys’ Guild, the organization […]

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I Am Jane Dough Defeats Boys On Texas Champions Weekend

The final stakes of Texas Champions Weekend at Sam Houston Race Park was the $50,000 Richard King Stakes Saturday night, for 4-year-olds and upward at a mile and one-eighth on the Connally Turf Course. Rose Mary Chandler’s homebred, I Am Jane Dough, came from off the pace to win the $50,000 Tomball Distaff for accredited […]

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Texas Racing Commission Increases Chapa Fine to $100,000

Chuck Trout, executive director of the Texas Racing Commission, used his authority under commission rule 309.67 to increase the fine against banned jockey Roman Chapa to $100,000 in connection a ruling earlier this week that handed out the maximum penalty – a five-year suspension and $25,000 fine – that stewards could apply for possession of a prohibited electrical […]

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