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Gaffalione Iguala Récord De Jerry Bailey Con Siete Victorias En Una Tarde En Gulfstream Park

El jinete Tyler Gaffalione celebró la fiesta nacional del 4 de Julio con sus propios fuegos artificiales, ganando siete carreras el martes en Gulfstream Park. La estrella emergente del hipismo igualó así la marca para Gulfstream, establecida por el Salón de la Fama Jerry Bailey, quien ganó siete veces el 11 de Marzo de 1995, […]

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Gaffalione Ties Jerry Bailey’s Record Of Seven Winners In One Day At Gulfstream

Jockey Tyler Gaffalione celebrated the Fourth of July with his own brand of fireworks, riding seven winners Tuesday at Gulfstream Park. Thoroughbred racing’s burgeoning star equaled the Gulfstream record held by Hall of Famer Jerry Bailey. Bailey rode seven winners on the March 11, 1995 Florida Derby Day program, missing an eighth visit to the winner’s circle […]

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Champion Hansel, 1991 Preakness And Belmont Winner, Euthanized In Virginia At 29

Lazy Lane Farm’s Hansel, winner of the Preakness and Belmont Stakes, and subsequently an Eclipse Award winner as champion 3-year-old male of 1991, was euthanized Tuesday at his owner’s farm in Upperville, Va., due to the infirmities of old age. He had been pensioned from stud duties in 2012. Bred in Virginia in 1988 by Marvin Little, […]

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Granddaughter To Agent Bob ‘Barron’ Frieze Helps USA Claim Team Silver At Olympics

Bob Barron Frieze has served as agent to Hall of Fame jockeys Eddie Maple, Jerry Bailey and Edgar Prado. But this week, he took on a different role; that of supporting his 23-year-old granddaughter as she competed in the Rio Olympics for Team USA. Lucy Davis was one of four members of the US show […]

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‘Betting The Breeders’ Cup’ Seminar To Benefit PDJF, Other Charities

True horseplayers and handicappers at the “Betting the Breeders’ Cup” event Tuesday night at the Grand Reserve in Lexington will rely on statistics, times, facts and professional advice; if there’s one sentimental play in this year’s Cup races, though, it may well be the top notch sprinter Private Zone, owned in part by former jockey Rene […]

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Keeneland Select Presents Breeders’ Cup Heartbreak: The Last Dance

The silence by ESPN broadcasters prior to the 2010 Breeders’ Cup Classic spoke volumes about the moment and the mare. No one said a word for four minutes and nine seconds as defending champion Zenyatta did her signature “dance,” parading in front of an admiring Churchill Downs crowd of 72,739. The millions who tuned in […]

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Remembering A Champion: Horse Park Unveils Cigar Memorial

The Kentucky Horse Park will unveil a new memorial statue dedicated to the great Thoroughbred champion Cigar on Tuesday, Oct. 27, at 3 p.m. Created by artist Douwe “Dow” Blumberg, the statue will be placed at Cigar’s gravesite at the Hall of Champions and features Cigar with jockey Jerry Bailey winning the 1995 Breeders’ Cup […]

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Keeneland Select Presents Breeders’ Cup Photo Finishes: The Great Cigar Denied

Heading into the 1996 Breeders’ Cup Classic, defending champion Cigar was not the “incomparable, invincible, unbeatable” horse announcer Tom Durkin had described a year earlier. And David Hofmans, the trainer of Alphabet Soup, knew it. “This is the time to take Cigar on,” Hofmans told LA Times reporter Bill Christine the week before the ’96 […]

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Keeneland Select Presents Breeders’ Cup Epics: An ‘Awesome’ Classic

There’s been a lot of buzz about this year’s Breeders’ Cup Classic and how it could be one of the best fields ever, featuring a Triple Crown winner, a mare unbeaten this year, and a dangerous Grade 1-winning closer. But it’ll be hard to top the 1998 edition of the race. The field of 10 […]

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