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‘Couldn’t Be Happier’: Joe Talamo Keeping Busy, Riding Winners At Oaklawn

So far, so good for jockey Joe Talamo. After one-third of Oaklawn’s scheduled 57-day meeting, Talamo is tied for third in the standings with 13 victories and ranks second in purse earnings ($816,777) at the Hot Springs, Ark., track. Talamo, 30, is riding regularly for the first time at Oaklawn after previously being based in […]

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Defending Cornhusker Winner Remembering Rita Tops 2019 Nominees

The names of 218 Thoroughbreds, including a pair of defending champions, fill the nominations for the 2019 Iowa Festival of Racing, which will be run on Friday July 5 and Saturday July 6 at Prairie Meadows Racetrack and Casino in Altoona, IA. Post time for both days of the 2019 Iowa Festival of Racing will […]

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Remembering Rita Readies For Monmouth Cup; Unchained Melody Heads Molly Pitcher

Trainer Doug Anderson said he was simply looking for a young horse with some potential when he claimed Remembering Rita for owner Jeral Keith Adams for $50,000 in November of 2016 at Churchill Downs. One graded stakes win and $254,946 in earnings later, he has one of those horses that allows everyone in the sport […]

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Local Horse Remembering Rita Springs The Upset In Cornhusker

Jeral Keith Adams’ Remembering Rita didn’t break his maiden until the start of the 2018 meeting at Prairie Meadows, but on Friday evening, the 4-year-old son of Spring At Last captured the track’s richest race. Traveling just off the pace under Alex Birzer, the 19-1 Remembering Rita challenged frontrunning Dalmore at the top of the […]

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Kennedy Garners Riding Double With His First Win At Churchill Downs

Jockey Ty Kennedy not only had his first ever win beneath the iconic twin spires of Churchill Downs on Sunday, but recorded a riding double on the afternoon with wins in both the fifth and sixth races. The 22-year-old hails from Hiawatha, Kan., and began his riding career in 2014. His first win came in […]

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Jockey Ty Kennedy Wins With First Two Mounts In Kentucky

While all the attention was on three-time Kentucky Derby winner Calvin Borel finishing third in his first race in five months in Ellis Park’s sixth race Saturday, Ty Kennedy quietly won for his second victory in his first two starts in the state. Kennedy won aboard Chargin Storm, his only mount on the card. The […]

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Sugar Shock Scratched From Azeri

Multiple stakes winner Sugar Shock was scratched from Saturday’s $300,000 Azeri Stakes (G2) at Oaklawn, the 4-year-old filly’s co-owner/trainer, Doug Anderson, said Saturday morning. Anderson said he didn’t want to run Sugar Shock in the 1 1/16-mile Azeri because of the possibility of an off track. Oaklawn’s racing surface was saturated with rain Thursday and […]

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Sugar Shock Streaks to Fantasy Score

One race after being disqualified from first and placed second in the March 8 Honeybee Stakes (G3), On Cloud Nine LLC’s Sugar Shock left no room for doubt with her front-running victory in Saturday’s $400,000 Fantasy Stakes (G3) before an on-track crowd of 19,878. The Fantasy kicked off Oaklawn’s Racing Festival of the South, which […]

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