henry dominguez

Catalog For Online Dispersal Of Henry Dominguez Stable Now Available

The catalog for the online dispersal of the late New Mexico horseman Henry Dominguez is now online, featuring 36 offerings of racing and breeding stock, as well as lead ponies. Bidding opens for the auction on Sunday, Oct. 20, and it closes on Wednesday, Oct. 23. The horses are offered with no reserve. Among the […]

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Leading New Mexico Trainers Bob Arnett, 85, Henry Dominguez, 60, Are Dead

Two of New Mexico’s all-time leading Thoroughbred trainers – Robert E. “Bob” Arnett and Henry Dominguez – have died. Arnett, 85 years old and retired from training since 2014, succumbed on May 22. Dominguez, 60, died suddenly on Wednesday in El Paso, Texas. Arnett, a native of Dallas, launched his career in the 1950s and […]

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Caesar Dominguez ‘Taking A Break’ From Training To Become Jockey’s Agent

Caesar Dominguez, a mainstay among Southern California-based trainers going on four decades, will saddle his last horse Monday when he sends out Ladies Man at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, Calif. “That will be the last horse I’ll run for a while,” the personable and always upbeat 67-year-old El Paso native said Friday morning at […]

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Pain And Misery, Ground Rules Hoping For Rainy Opening Day At Santa Anita

Pain and Misery’s only race on an off track resulted in a victory, so if it comes up mud in Saturday’s Grade I Malibu Stakes at Santa Anita Park, it might enhance the chances of the Southwestern invader trained by Henry Dominguez for Black Gold Racing. The bad news is, the win came in a […]

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Top NM trainer Dominguez hoping to win stakes honoring late brother

Henry Dominguez has won many stakes across New Mexico but has never been able to lay claim to one named for his brother, the $110,000 Albert Dominguez Memorial, which will be renewed Sunday at Sunland Park. That may change this year, writes Mary Rampellini in Daily Racing Form, when Dominguez sends out top contender Brother […]

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