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Third Time’s A Charm? Pavel Leads O’Neill Contingent Into Dubai For World Cup

Twice a fourth-place finisher in the Dubai World Cup sponsored by Emirates Airline (G1), Reddam Racing’s Pavel is looking to get third-time-lucky for trainer Doug O’Neill in 2020. The good-looking son of Creative Cause—often an eye-catcher during track work over the past two Dubai World Cup lead-ups—is part of a different approach by the two-time Kentucky Derby […]

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O’Neill Chases Back-To-Back Indiana Derby Victories With Blame The Rider

Doug O’Neill will try to keep up his lofty stats in graded stakes at Indiana Grand. The California-based trainer had never run a horse here when he finished a close second in last year’s Indiana Oaks with Mopotism and immediately afterward won the Indiana Derby with Irap. Now the two-time Kentucky Derby-winning trainer is back […]

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Stronach Group Adds Minor Stake To Pegasus World Cup Card

In addition to the $12 million Grade 1 Pegasus World Cup to be held on Jan. 28 at Gulfstream Park, The Stronach Group has announced that it will add a secondary stake, the Poseidon, to be run at the same conditions, 1 1/8 miles on the dirt, with a $400,000 purse. According to the Daily […]

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O’Neill, Reddam Having ‘Pretty Incredible’ Year With Juvenile Stars

Owner Paul Reddam and trainer Doug O’Neill are a force to be reckoned with on the 2-year-old racing scene this year. On Friday, Gomo joined their army of juvenile stars with a G1 Darley Alcibiades win in the Keeneland slop. She joins fellow G1 winners Nyquist and Ralis and G1-placed Land Over Sea as horses […]

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Summer Thoroughbred Festival Off to Swift Start at Los Alamitos

The inaugural Summer Thoroughbred Festival at Los Alamitos began successfully Thursday with encouraging attendance and handle figures. “We’re happy with opening day,” said Brad McKinzie, general manager of the Los Alamitos Racing Association. “Everything went well and everybody had a great time. “It’s a first day we can build on. Doctor (Ed) Allred (owner of […]

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O’Neill: Pre-Race Treatment a ‘Human Error’

Trainer Doug O’Neill will go before California Horse Racing Board stewards for an incident that occurred at Del Mar on Aug. 24 when a foreman in his barn gave an amino acid supplement to a horse entered to race later that day – an apparent violation of California Horse Racing Board rules. Reddam Racing and John […]

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Hovdey: Reddam knows sport’s ups-and-downs

Paul Reddam has been on a roller coaster ride in 2012 from I’ll Have Another’s rise and fall to a surprise win in the Pennsylvania Derby. This prompted the man to put multiple horses in the Breeders’ Cup just to see what would happen. However, he did draw the line at supplementing his filly Wittgenstein […]

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Don Munger sells Diane Kem Stakes winner to Paul Reddam

Don Munger’s stakes winning filly Roveing Patrol is moving to Kentucky after giving Munger his first career stakes win. The filly won the Diane Kem Stakes at Emerald Downs on Sept. 9 and was approached with an offer from a bloodstock agent the next day. The filly has been purchased by Paul Reddam for $100,000 […]

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Three-year-old retirements: Tough choices, sleepless nights

There is a simplistic, sometimes angry – and usually mistaken – assumption among many racing fans that when someone is fortunate enough to breed or purchase the type of Thoroughbred capable of winning at the sport’s very highest level, these horse owners see nothing but dollar signs behind the webbing of their trainer’s favorite stall. […]

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Kentucky Derby 138 Quotes

Kentucky Derby Quotes: Mario Gutierrez (Jockey, I’ll Have Another): “I don’t know what to say. Thanks to Mr. Reddam for the confidence he showed in me at Santa Anita for allowing me to continue to ride this horse.” “He is an amazing horse. I told everybody before the first time I rode him, I knew […]

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