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Jamie Theriot Accepts Offer To Ride Full Time In Mauritius

In over 20 years of riding, jockey Jamie Theriot has had some incredible experiences. Perhaps the best experience is awaiting him following the conclusion of the Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots Winter Meet when he moves to the Southern Hemisphere to ride full time at Champ de Mars Race Course in Port Louis, Mauritius. Theriot, 38, […]

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Saddle Switch Results In 15-Day Suspension For Jockey Theriot

Jockey Jamie Theriot has been handed a 15-day suspension for switching saddles “without approval or knowledge of racing officials”. This happened Aug. 20 at Del Mar. The suspension begins today (Oct. 30) and runs through Nov. 13. According to a report in the Daily Racing Form, the incident occurred when Theriot weighed out with one […]

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The ‘Cajun Connection’ At Del Mar Has Tales To Tell

Cajun: An ethnic group mainly living in southwest Louisiana consisting of the descendants of Acadian exiles (French-speakers from what now is Nova Scotia) who have exerted an enormous impact on the state’s music, food and culture – Wikipedia Anyone who follows U.S. racing knows about the Cajuns and their imprint on the game. The horsemen […]

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Spectator Announces Her Presence With Strong Sorrento Victory

Rick and Sharon Waller’s homebred filly Spectator was the runaway winner of Saturday’s Grade 2 Sorrento Stakes at Del Mar, vying for the lead throughout and galloping through the wire with a four-length margin of victory. The 2-year-old daughter of Jimmy Creed, ridden by Jamie Theriot for trainer Phil D’Amato, covered 6 1/2 furlongs over […]

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Madam Dancealot Flies Last-To-First In San Clemente

Slam Dunk Racing’s Madam Dancealot came flying from the rear of the field to upset Sunday’s G2 San Clemente at 21-1, defeating pacesetter Lull by about two lengths at the wire. A 3-year-old daughter of Sir Prancealot ridden by Jamie Theriot, the Richard Baltas trainee covered a mile over Del Mar’s firm turf in 1:34.75, […]

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Sircat Sally Expone Su Invicto De Seis Carreras En El Honeymoon Stakes

Sircat Sally ha corrido seis veces y aún no conoce la derrota. La pupila de Jerry Hollendorfer defenderá su invicto el sábado 17 en Santa Anita, enfrentando a cinco rivales en el Honeymoon Stakes (G2, $200,000). Cotizada como gran favorita de 3/5 en el Morning Line, la tresañera será conducida por el estelar Mike Smith, […]

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La Gold Cup En Santa Anita: Podrá Midnight Storm Imponer Su Velocidad?

La carrera más importante de este sábado en Santa Anita será sin duda la edición número 78 de la Gold Cup (G1, $500,000), que se disputará por cuarta vez en el óvalo de Arcadia, California, luego de que fuese cerrado el hipódromo de Hollywood Park, donde la afamada competencia se celebró desde su instauración en […]

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Santa Anita Jockeys Set To Compete In 50th Annual Charity Basketball Game

The 50th annual Santa Anita Jockeys vs. Holy Angels Elementary School Charity Basketball Game will be played Thursday, Feb. 23 at La Salle High School in Pasadena, with proceeds to benefit the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund (PDJF), Holy Angels athletic program and the Eye on Jacob Foundation. Given the historic nature of the game, individual […]

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Law Abidin Citizen Has ‘Experience Edge’ In Sunday’s San Vicente

With five career starts, Law Abidin Citizen has had more races than any of the other four three-year-olds entered in Sunday’s Grade II, $200,000 San Vicente Stakes at seven furlongs at Santa Anita. Trainer Mark Glatt feels that stands him in good stead. “There are a couple horses in there that broke their maidens pretty […]

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