Jason Servis

Carlos David, Longtime Assistant To Jason Servis, Saddles First Winner

When Alta Bambina captured Wednesday’s third race at Gulfstream Park West, Carlos David hardly had a difficult time finding the winner’s circle to celebrate his first victory as a trainer. The 35-year-old native of Cali, Colombia certainly was no stranger to the winner’s circle during his five years as assistant to trainer Jason Servis in […]

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Best Is Yet To Come: Jason Servis Quintet Seeks Trainer’s First Breeders’ Cup Success

Jason Servis is enjoying the best year of his career with more than $5.7 million in purse earnings from 112 wins entering Friday, equaling his previous best win total set last season, and with up to five horses in line for a shot at the Breeders’ Cup, the best may be yet to come for […]

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Uncle Benny Circles Futurity Field To Earn Breeders’ Cup Spot On Future Stars Friday

Ara Aprahamian’s Uncle Benny launched from last to first to win the 127th running of the $150,000 Futurity on Sunday at Belmont Park by a half-length in 1:11.26 for the six furlongs on the Widener turf listed as good. As part of the Breeders’ Cup “Win and You’re In” Challenge Series, the Futurity victory will […]

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Firenze Fire Very Game Over ‘Savage’ Whereshetoldmetogo In Gallant Bob

Mr. Amore Stables’ homebred Firenze Fire got back in the winner’s circle after Saturday’s Grade 3 Gallant Bob Stakes, surviving an attempt by runner-up Whereshetoldmetogo to “savage” him in the final 100 yards. Ridden by Irad Ortiz, Jr. for trainer Jason Servis, Firenze Fire battled hard down the stretch to win by a neck at […]

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Collected Heads Field Of Nine In PA Derby Champion Stakes

A field of nine will go post-ward in the $150,000 PA Derby Champion Stakes for 3-year-olds and upward at 1 1/16 miles on the main track. Among the strength of the group is the Bob Baffert-trained multiple graded stakes winner Collected who makes only his second start of the year after finishing seventh in the […]

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Call Paul Phones In A Saratoga Special Triumph

Michael Dubb, David Bruce, Bethlehem Stable and Bruce Irom’s Call Paul was a determined winner of Sunday’s Grade 2 Saratoga Special, turning back a bid from Tight Ten to win by about one length. A juvenile son of Friesan Fire bred in Pennsylvania, the colt covered 6 1/2 furlongs over Saratoga’s fast main track in […]

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Vision Perfect Denies Pool Winner In Parx Dash

Seventh in this race last year, Mr. Amore Stable’s Vision Perfect was able to secure the victory in the 2018 G3 Parx Dash, fending off Pool Winner by a head at the wire. Off at 7-2, the 6-year-old son of Pollard’s Vision earned his first graded stakes victory for trainer Jason Servis. Frankie Pennington rode […]

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Firenze Fire Dominant In Dwyer; Mendelssohn Third

Mr. Amore Stable won a pair of graded stakes races at different tracks within a 30-minute span on Saturday afternoon. First, Vision Perfect took the Parx Dash, and then homebred Firenze Fire blew away the field in the Grade 3 Dwyer Stakes. The 3-year-old son of Poseidon’s Warrior, ridden by Irad Ortiz for trainer Jason […]

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Father’s Day Card At Belmont Features $85,507 Pick 6 Carryover

Kennesaw Mountain Racing’s Picco Uno capitalized on class relief, wiring a six-horse field by four lengths in the sixth running of the $125,000 Dancin Renee for state-bred fillies and mares 3-years-old and up on Saturday at Belmont Park. Out of the gate, jockey Manny Franco sent Picco Uno to the front in the six furlong […]

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World Of Trouble, Kanthaka Battle In Woody Stephens

A diverse and competitive group of 3-year-olds is set to converge in the Grade 2, $400,000 Woody Stephens presented by Mohegan Sun run at seven furlongs on the main track on Saturday at Belmont Park. Despite being a Grade 2 race on a card loaded with Grade 1s, the Woody Stephens is routinely one of […]

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