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D Toz, Dicey Capture Oklahoma-Bred Stakes At Remington Park

When trainer Danny Pish of Cibolo, Texas, glanced down the shedrow of his barn before the meet began at Remington Park in August, he said he thought he might have a superstar in one of his stalls. “I’m just not sure who it is,” Pish said with a laugh. That question may have been answered […]

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Lone Star Racing Club Two-For-Two After Peej’s Victory

The Lone Star Park Racing Club is now a perfect two-for-two as their horse Peej wins the first on tonight’s card. The Racing Club’s first winner, Lodi Street who won on June 2, was claimed away from them in that race. The club’s trainer, J. R. Caldwell claimed Peej earlier on the card the same day they […]

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Lodi Street Wins At First Asking For Lone Star Park Racing Club’s 80 Members

It was a BIG win in Saturday’s sixth race for the Lone Star Park Racing Club when their horse Lodi Street, was first at the wire. The LSPRC was formed by Lone Star Park this season to give fans a chance to experience race horse ownership for a low cost per share. A total of […]

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Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: Banging The Drum For An Eclipse Award

The Eclipse Award for outstanding apprentice jockey has gone to some big names in racing over the years: Chris McCarron, Steve Cauthen, Richard Migliore, Kent Desormeaux, Tyler Baze and Julien Leparoux, among others. Some of the “hustling tyros” – as Jack Karlik, aka Sweep, my 1980s handicapping mentor at Daily Racing Form, used to refer […]

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Apprentice Luzzi Prepares To Return From Fractured Collarbone

Apprentice jockey Lane Luzzi, who fractured his collarbone in a riding accident June 9, has been cleared to begin galloping horses Monday. Luzzi, who had just moved his tack from Maryland to Florida in May, had won with three of his first nine mounts before he went down in the third race June 9 while […]

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Fractured Collarbone Sidelines Jockey Lane Luzzi

Apprentice Lane Luzzi will miss 4-to-6 weeks after fracturing his collarbone in a riding accident Thursday at Gulfstream Park. Luzzi was unseated in Thursday’s third race. Agent Walter Blum Jr., said Friday that Luzzi flew home to New York to be with family and undergo surgery. Luzzi, who moved his tack from Maryland to Florida […]

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New Frontiers: Apprentice Lane Luzzi Moving Tack To Gulfstream Park

Apprentice jockey Lane Luzzi, fifth in wins and money won during Laurel Park’s winter-spring meet, will move his tack from Maryland to South Florida and Gulfstream Park beginning this weekend. Luzzi, the 18-year-old son of longtime New York-based rider Mike Luzzi, won his first race Dec. 4 at Laurel. He has won with 35 of […]

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Apprentice Lane Luzzi Notches First Career Win

Apprentice jockey Lane Luzzi, son of veteran New York rider Mike Luzzi, won his first professional race Friday afternoon when he rode Midwest Thoroughbred’s Flo’s Strawberry to victory in Laurel Park’s third race. Trained by Jamie Ness, Flo’s Strawberry took the lead leaving the gate in the six furlong claiming event, opened up eight lengths […]

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