Jason Servis

Call Paul Gives Irad Ortiz Graded Stakes Double In Swale

Jockey Irad Ortiz, Jr. swept the first two graded stakes on Gulfstream’s Saturday card, taking the G3 Forward Gal with 1-2 favorite Feedback and coming right back to win the G3 Swale Stakes with 3-2 top choice Call Paul. Owned by Michael Dubb, David Simon, Bethlehem Stables and Bruce Irum, the 3-year-old son of Friesan […]

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World Of Trouble Demonstrates Versatility In Gulfstream’s Off-Turf Sprint Stakes

World of Trouble once again demonstrated high levels of speed and versatility Saturday at Gulfstream Park, where the 4-year-old son of Kantharos sped to a 2 ¾-length triumph in the $150,000 Turf Sprint Stakes. The five-furlong sprint, which was moved from the turf course to the sloppy main track, was the first of nine stakes […]

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7-Year-Old Backsideofthemoon ‘Getting Better And Better,’ Prepares To Defend Jazil Title

Lake Lonely Racing’s Backsideofthemoon will look to eclipse a talented field of seven when he returns to defend his crown in Saturday’s $100,000 Jazil for 4-year-olds and up going 1 1/8-miles at Aqueduct Racetrack on Saturday. Trained by Leo O’Brien, the now 7-year-old son of Malibu Moon enjoyed the best year of his career in […]

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Call Paul Could Kick Off 3-Year-Old Campaign In Tampa’s Pasco Stakes

Call Paul, who won the Grade II Saratoga Special last August and finished third in the Grade I Champagne Stakes, is among the likely starters in the $125,000, 7-furlong Pasco Stakes for 3-year-olds on Saturday, Jan. 19 at Tampa Bay Downs, according to Stakes Coordinator Gerry Stanislawzyk. The Pennsylvania-bred son of Friesan Fire-Avani Force, by […]

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Vision Perfect, Girls Know Best Prove Deserving Favorites In Gulfstream Stakes

Mr. Amore Stable’s Vision Perfect was a blur as he streaked to a commanding victory in the $100,000 Janus Stakes at Gulfstream Park. The Janus kicked off the stakes portion of an 11-race card that featured six turf stakes, headlined by the $100,000 H. Allen Jerkens, a two-mile event honoring the memory of the legendary […]

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Pay Any Price Back In Action In Saturday’s Janus Stakes At Gulfstream Park

Things haven’t gone Pay Any Price’s way of late, but the North American record-holder for five furlongs on turf will seek to give Averill Racing and Matties Racing something to cheer about in Saturday’s $100,000 Janus Stakes at Gulfstream Park. The Janus, a five-furlong turf sprint for 3-year-olds and up, has been carded as Race […]

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Former Claimer Life In Shambles Seeks Third Straight Victory In Sunday’s Gravesend

Newly minted graded stakes winner Life in Shambles will look to close out his 2018 campaign on a strong note headlining a field of six in the $100,000 Gravesend for 3-year-olds and upward going six furlongs on Sunday at Aqueduct Racetrack. Claimed by trainer Jason Servis for owner Ara Aprahamian on July 7 at Belmont […]

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World Of Trouble Headlines Rich FTBOA Stakes Program At Tampa Bay Downs

World of Trouble, who vaulted to prominence last winter with a spectacular 13 3/4-length victory in the Pasco Stakes and a gritty third-place finish in the Grade II, $400,000 Lambholm South Tampa Bay Derby, is returning to Tampa Bay Downs for Saturday’s $125,000 Florida Thoroughbred Breeders’ and Owners’ Association Marion County Florida Sire Stakes. The […]

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Vision Perfect Takes Turf Dash; Late Scratch Pay Any Price Unharmed After Breaking Through Gate

As trainer Jason Servis prepared to watch his 6-year-old horse Vision Perfect compete in Tampa Bay Downs’ $100,000 Turf Dash via simulcast from Gulfstream Park, he thought about calling his assistant, Frank Malocsay, to try to relay new instructions to jockey Antonio Gallardo after the late scratch of speedster Pay Any Price. Fortunately for Servis, […]

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Call Paul Makes It Look Easy In Pennsylvania Nursery Stakes

Coming into Saturday’s $100,000 Pennsylvania Nursery Stakes for two year-old state-bred colts and geldings, on paper, it appeared that Call Paul held a major class advantage over his seven rivals. Already a Grade 2 winner at Saratoga this summer, winning the Saratoga Special in August, and then a solid third in the Grade 1 Champagne […]

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