jevian toledo

Toledo Hopes To Be Back In The Saddle By Late February

Jevian Toledo, Maryland’s leading rider of 2017, is hopeful of returning to action late next month after being injured in a spill during training hours Sunday morning at Laurel Park. Toledo’s agent, Marty Leonard, said Monday afternoon the 23-year-old Toledo is wearing a neck brace to help with the pain from what doctors believe was whiplash along with compression […]

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Leading Maryland Jockey Toledo Fractures Two Vertebrae In Morning Training Accident

Jevian Toledo, the leading rider in Maryland with 144 wins in 2017, will be sidelined indefinitely following a spill during training hours Sunday morning at Laurel Park. Toledo, 23, was transported to Howard County Hospital in Columbia, Md. complaining of back and leg pain after going down when a horse he was exercising fell. Toledo’s agent, Marty […]

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Claudio Gonzalez, Jevian Toledo Claim Laurel Park, Maryland Titles

Trainer Claudio Gonzalez and jockey Jevian Toledo clinched top honors during Laurel Park’s fall meet, capping an outstanding year where they each finished as Maryland’s overall champion in their respective divisions Gonzalez, 40, ranked first in both wins (33) and purses earned ($1,029,257) during the fall meet, which began Sept. 8 and was scheduled through […]

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Gonzalez, Carrasco Finish On Top At Laurel; Toledo Wins Four On His Birthday

Claudio Gonzalez picked up two winners on Sunday’s 11-race closing day program at Laurel Park to edge Kieron Magee, 21-19, and earn leading trainer honors at the 33-day summer meet. Victor Carrasco went winless with his only three mounts on the afternoon but finished as the leading rider with 36 victories, three more than Jevian Toledo, who […]

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Name Changer Convincing In Richard W. Small Stakes

For Colts Neck Stables’ Name Changer distance has been a game changer, making the Richard W. Small Stakes presented by Samsung Business an attractive target, even though the Alan Goldberg-trained 3-year-old would face older rivals in 1 1/8-mile stakes on Saturday’s Fall Festival of Racing program at Laurel Park. The son of Uncle Mo was […]

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Toledo Rides Four Winners Friday To Top Laurel Standings

Jockey Jevian Toledo capped a four-win afternoon by rallying Colts Neck Stables’ Grade 2-placed homebred Name Changer in the stretch to capture Friday’s featured 10th race at Laurel Park. A 3-year-old Uncle Mo colt dropping back into optional claiming allowance company off a pair of graded-stakes efforts, Name Changer ($5) ran about 1 1/6 miles […]

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Laurel Fall Meet Kicks Off Friday; Features 32 Stakes Worth $3.25 Million

Laurel Park kicks off its 51-day fall meet with a nine-race Opening Day program Friday that includes six races contested over its world-class turf course. A total of 102 horses were entered, an average of 11.3 per race, as Laurel looks to build on the momentum of its summer meet, which saw total handle rise […]

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Magee, Toledo Take Laurel Fall Meet Titles

Trainer Kieron Magee and jockey Jevian Toledo took their respective titles during Laurel Park’s fall meet, which concluded Thursday afternoon. Magee took the training title on the final day with his 24th victory of the meet, one more than Claudio Gonzalez and five more than Jamie Ness. Jockey Jevian Toledo was the leading rider in […]

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Miss Behaviour Much the Best in Charles Town Oaks

Miss Behaviour outclassed her rivals at Hollywood Casino At Charles Town Races on Saturday night, leading start to finish to post a 9 3/4-lengths victory in the Grade 3, $500,000 Charles Town Oaks. The winner, who went off favored, paid $4.20. Well behind in second was Kiss to Remember, followed by Nesso and Stormy Novel […]

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