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Keeneland: Core Beliefs, Mocito Rojo Top Contenders In Closing Day Fayette Stakes

Gary Broad’s California-based Core Beliefs and Wayne T. Davis’ Louisiana-based Mocito Rojo are the 123-pound highweights for Saturday’s 62nd running of the $200,000 Hagyard Fayette (G2) on closing day of the Fall Meet. They lead a field of 10 horses entered Wednesday for the 1 1/8-mile dirt race for 3-year-olds and up. The Hagyard Fayette will go as the ninth […]

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Louisiana Invader Mocito Rojo Springs Upset In Lukas Classic

Wayne T. Davis’ ultra-consistent 5-year-old Mocito Rojo invaded from Louisiana and wore down Silver Dust in deep stretch to win Saturday night’s $250,000 Lukas Classic (Grade III) by a neck – the highlight of a stakes tripleheader on a special “Downs After Dark” nighttime card that attracted a crowd of 17,053 to Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky. Ridden by Gerard Melancon and trained […]

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Mocito Rojo Kicks Off Opening Night Of Remington Thoroughbred Season

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt was on hand for the Opening Night of the Remington Park Thoroughbred Season to present the trophy to the winner of the $175,000 Governor’s Cup. He handed the hardware to Mocito Rojo, a horse that has been hoarding the trophies from three different states. The Governor’s Cup was the 5-year-old horse’s […]

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Hence Seeks Title Defense In Opening Night Governor’s Cup At Remington

The Opening Night program for the 2019 Remington Park Thoroughbred Season has been compiled. A nine-race card will greet on-track guests and horseplayers on Friday, Aug. 23, featuring the $175,000 Governor’s Cup as the initial stakes race of the season. A field of six entered the Governor’s Cup, at 1-1/8 miles for 3-year-olds and older. […]

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Sexton Mile: $10,000 Claim Mocito Rojo Kicks Clear In Graded Stakes Debut

Wayne Davis’ Mocito Rojo made his graded stakes debut a winning one on Sunday, closing ground and kicking away to win the G3 Steve Sexton Mile by two lengths over favored King Abner. The 5-year-old son of Mutadda was sent off at odds of 5-1 under Filemon Rodriguez, and he became the first graded winner […]

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Title Ready, D’Amato Pair Ship In For Sunday’s Steve Sexton Mile

Write this date down: Sunday, April 28. It’s the day of the $300,000 Grade 3, Steve Sexton Mile for 3-yr-olds & up at Lone Star Park. Gates open early at noon. First race post time is 1:35 p.m. The Sexton Mile is the seventh race on the 10 race card and is scheduled to go […]

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Mocito Rojo Upsets Dazzling Gem In Evangeline Mile

Saturday night was another double stakes night at Evangeline Downs and the marquee event on the program was the $100,000 Evangeline Mile, which featured a field of eight. The winner of the Mile was a 10-1 longshot, Mocito Rojo, who has never been defeated in four career starts over the main track at Evangeline Downs. Sir […]

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