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Horologist, Mr. Money Bags Top Wednesday’s Zia Parks Oaks, Derby Cards

Zia Park will present the seventh annual Land of Enchantment Day program Wednesday, November 27. The card will feature seven stakes, including the $250,000 Zia Park Derby and the $250,000 Zia Park Oaks. Post time for the program, which will offer purses of $1 million dollars, is 12:00 P.M. (MT), 2:00 P.M (ET). The draw […]

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Two More Horses Positive For EHV-1 At Remington; 100 Exposed

The Equine Disease Communication Center released the following update about the EHV-1 quarantine at Remington Park late Thursday: A second horse in the quarantined barn has been tested positive by PCR for EHV-1; this horse is clinically normal and has not had a fever. A third horse in a different barn has also been tested […]

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‘My Favorite Horse’: Welder Scores Three-Peat In Silver Goblin

Welder moved out of a tie for second for most wins in a row at Remington Park, winning for the ninth consecutive race here by taking the Silver Goblin Stakes for Oklahoma-breds, 3-year-and olds and older. He is now only two away from the all-time leader Slide Show, who won 11 straight in the mid-1990s. […]

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Juvenile Rowdy Yates Preps For Springboard Mile With Remington Stakes Win

Rowdy Yates kept his record clean at Remington Park with his second stakes win in a row; next stop: looking for 2020 Kentucky Derby points in the closing night $400,000 Springboard Mile for 2-year-olds on Dec. 15. On Friday night, Rowdy Yates proved to be the class of the field in the $75,000 Don McNeill […]

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After Latest Win, Shotgun Kowboy Looks To Become First $1 Million Earner At Remington Park

Owner-trainer-breeder C.R. Trout’s daughter Shelby gave her dad his second lump in his throat Thursday night as they left the winner’s circle. The first came when Trout’s millionaire horse Shotgun Kowboy won the featured $45,912 allowance race, bringing him nearer to becoming the first horse to ever earn $1 million in races at Remington Park. The second lump came […]

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‘The Cowboys Will Love Him’: Flashy Maiden Southern Phantom To Run In Oklahoma Following Keeneland November Sale

In a sale that has featured Eclipse Award-winning runners and champion-producing broodmares, the most photographed horse on the grounds at the Keeneland November Breeding Stock sale might have come in Book 5, when the chrome-laden colt Southern Phantom sold to Southwest-based Danny Caldwell for $20,000. The 3-year-old Bodemeister colt will continue his search for his […]

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Welder Still Sprinting Towards Remington Park Record; Seeks Ninth Straight Win

Local sprint superstar Welder is set to return to action in Friday night’s $70,000 Silver Goblin Stakes, seeking his ninth consecutive triumph at Remington Park. Welder will go to post on Friday at approximately 9:55 p.m., the seventh race of a nine-race card. A ninth consecutive win at Remington Park would move Welder past She’s All In’s […]

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Threat Of Fire Forces Cancellation Of Remington’s Final Race On Friday

Remington Park canceled the ninth race of the card Friday night due to smoke and signs of a fire near the kitchen area of the jockeys’ quarters, just above the saddling paddock. No one was injured in the emergency situation. The Oklahoma City Fire Department arrived during the saddling of the horses in the paddock […]

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‘That’s What We Do At Remington Park’: Veterinarian Admits He Owns Horses Released From Stewards’ List

Could there have been a more perfectly-named horse than Forgery, the maiden claimer who finished up the track in Remington Park’s eighth race last Thursday? The Patrick Swan trainee ran just weeks after track stewards were notified he was part of an ownership dispute involving signatures on foal papers. Forgery was one of two horses […]

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