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Direct Dial Completes Texas Stallion Stakes Series Triple

W. S. Farish’s Direct Dial (Too Much Bling) trained by Steve Asmussen, gets it done¬†Sunday¬†winning the 15thedition of the Texas Stallion Stakes, Stymie Division for 3-yr-old colts & geldings. The one mile race was the third and final of the Texas Stallion Stakes Series. The first of the series is held at Retama Park in […]

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Iron Fist Dominant In Maxxam Gold Cup

Saturday’s Maxxam Racing Festival featured four stakes at Sam Houston Race Park, highlighted by the running of the $100,000 Maxxam Gold Cup. A field of ten was assembled for the mile and one-eighth main track event and the winner was Iron Fist, owned by the partnership of Stonestreet Stables LLC and Regis Racing. The 5-year-old […]

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American Freedom To Face Big Test In Iowa Derby

Gary and Mary West’s American Freedom ran a big race on the Preakness Day undercard to win the $100,000 Sir Barton Stakes, and his next stop, in Prairie Meadows’ Grade 3 Iowa Derby this Friday, will be another big test for the Bob Baffert trainee. Making just his fourth lifetime start, the sophomore son of […]

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9-Year-Old Bim Bam Sets Track Record At Lone Star Park

A new course record was set in the first race of the Father’s Day card at Lone Star Park. Nine-year-old horse Bim Bam beat a long standing record for a mile and three eighths on the grass. Final time was 2:13.46 beating the record of 2:13.53 set back in 1998. Bim Bam is owned and […]

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Steve Asmussen, Iram Diego Earn Titles At Sam Houston

The leading owner, trainer and jockey awards were also presented on the final day of the meeting. Steve Asmussen, won his eighth training title at the northwest Houston racetrack, finishing the meet with 28 wins. He was honored as top trainer here in 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2014 and 2015. Asmussen started 88 horses, […]

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