horse trainer

‘The Most Wonderful Time’: Santa Anita Remembers Bobby Frankel On Saturday

Google Bobby Frankel and it comes up “American horse trainer,” but he was much more than that. Infinitely more. Irascible, cantankerous, gruff would seem to fit his exterior demeanor, but deep down, in crunch time, when push came to shove, Frankel’s best side came to the fore. He was humane. Take it from Marcelo Polanco, […]

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‘You Have To Learn How To Lose’: Disappointment A Familiar Friend For Horse Trainers

“I’ve got a lot of experience with disappointments. This game will do that to you.” –  Mel Stute, retired horse trainer Mr. Horse Trainer, please sit down. We’d like you to meet Mr. Big Disappointment.  You two are going to be running mates – probably for the rest of your lives. In the very nature […]

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Scott Lake Saddles 6,000th Career Winner Monday At Parx

When I’m the Talent came home a winner in the 5th race Monday afternoon at Parx Racing, the victory gave trainer Scott Lake the 6,000th win of what has become an historic career. In doing so, he became just the 6th trainer in thoroughbred racing history to reach that milestone. “The wins have certainly come […]

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16-Year-Old To Become World’s Youngest Trainer On Jan. 1

Sixteen-year-old Bailey Rogerson she will become the world’s youngest licensed trainer when she joins her grandfather, Graeme Rogerson, and his wife, Debbie, in a three-person training team on Jan. 1. Rogerson will have her first runner at Ellerslie in New Zealand on New Year’s Day, including a starter in the G1 Sistema Railway (1200m – […]

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Hunter/Jumper Trainers Sued For Fraud, Breach Of Contract, Negligent Misrepresentation

Tennessee-based Matt Martin and Florida-based Debi Connor have been named in a lawsuit by plaintiff Lynn Kassem, according to Rate My Horse PRO. The suit claims that hunter/jumper trainer Martin failed “to disclose health and behavior issues of sales horses he recommended,” and that he “misrepresented sale prices, and his ownership stake in horses, in […]

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Cosequin Presents Aftercare Spotlight: Schooling With Team Keen

In the world of Thoroughbred racing and equine welfare, you won’t find two people who work harder and are more committed than Dallas and Donna Keen.  The two work seamlessly together at the racetrack, sending out and overseeing set after set during morning training hours, running horses in the afternoons, traveling the country to some […]

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