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29 Horses Released From Remington EHV-1 Quarantine, 30 Remain

The Equine Disease Communication Center released the following update on the EHV-1 quarantine at two barns at Remington Park, which has been in place since November: An additional 29 horses were released from quarantine. These horses completed 14 days with no exposure to an EHV-1 positive horse, no fevers, no symptoms compatible with EHV-1, and […]

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Merango Tango ‘Always Wanted To Be A Racehorse,’ Wins At Tampa After Five-Year Layoff

Five years can seem like an eternity in horse racing. But when owner-trainer Tim Padilla traveled to Purcell, Okla., early this year to pick up former stable star Merango Tango, it seemed like 2014 all over again, and he devised a plan to get him back to the races. The 8-year-old gelding brought the heartfelt […]

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Remington Park Total Handle Continues Upward Trend During 2019 Thoroughbred Meet

The 2019 Remington Park Thoroughbred season concluded on Dec. 15 and once again experienced increases in total pari-mutuel handle for the 67-date schedule. Total handle on Remington Park racing was $76,885,108, up 7.1 percent compared to the total for the 2018 Thoroughbred season of $71,798,190. This is the third consecutive Thoroughbred season for total handle […]

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No New EHV-1 Positives At Remington As Meet Concludes

The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture released the following update about the EHV-1 outbreak at Remington Park on Dec. 19. One barn remains under quarantine there after a horse tested positive for EHV-1 in mid-November. As many as 100 horses were thought to have been exposed, and the original quarantine included two barns. The first barn […]

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Record-Setting Season Nets Asmussen 15th Training Title At Remington Park

Steve Asmussen, a member of the National Racing Hall of Fame and Oklahoma Horse Racing Hall of Fame at Remington Park, won his 15th seasonal training title in Oklahoma City with 83 victories. Asmussen won his fourth consecutive Chuck Taliaferro Memorial Award, named in honor of one of Remington Park’s leading trainers in its formative […]

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Shoplifted Rebounds For Derby Points In Remington’s Springboard Mile

Grandview Equine, Cheyenne Stables and LNJ Foxwoods’ Shoplifted showed promise in his first several starts, breaking his maiden at Saratoga on debut and then running second in the G1 Hopeful Stakes next out. Sent out West to prepare for the Breeders’ Cup, the 2-year-old son of Into Mischief struggled home fifth in the G1 American […]

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Shotgun Kowboy Could Make History Sunday At Remington Park

If Shotgun Kowboy wins the $100,000 Jeffrey A. Hawk Memorial on closing day Sunday, he would become the first horse in Remington Park history to earn more than $1 million over this racetrack. The 7-year-old gelded son of Kodiak Kowboy, out of the Siphon (BRZ) mare Shotgun Jane, has earned $958,637 of his lifetime bankroll […]

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Two More Horses Test Positive For EHV-1 At Remington; Kentucky’s Ship Ban Remains In Place

Two more horses in the second quarantined barn at Remington Park tested positive for EHV-1 earlier this week, according to an update from the Equine Disease Communication Center. There have been approximately 60 horses quarantined there since Nov. 20. The track had a total of two barns under quarantine for the highly contagious disease. The […]

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Dozen Juveniles Set To Chase Derby Points In Springboard Mile

Remington Park’s top 2-year-old stakes event, the $400,000 Springboard Mile, drew a maximum field of 12 for Sunday’s final race date of the Thoroughbred Season. The Springboard headlines a 13-race program with five additional stakes races on the card that begins at 3pm-Central.  The Springboard is the final 2-year-old race on the American stakes calendar that awards valuable qualifying points for the […]

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Rowdy Yates Among Top Contenders For Kentucky Derby Points In Springboard Mile

Rowdy Yates, a Remington Park two-time stakes winner for trainer Steve Asmussen already, and Jungle Runner are likely to run next in the $400,000 Springboard Mile, the cornerstone race on closing Sunday’s stakes-filled card. The Springboard Mile carries Kentucky Derby points of 10 for the winner, four for second, two for third and one for […]

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