sir anthony

Sir Anthony Gives Trainer First Win Of 2019 In Cornhusker Upset

Richard Otto’s homebred Sir Anthony was an 8-1 surprise in Friday’s G3 Cornhusker Handicap at Prairie Meadows, closing from well off the early pace to score by a half-length on the wire. Ridden by Pedro Cotto, Jr., the 4-year-old Mineshaft ridgling covered nine furlongs over the fast main track in 1:48.98. The Cornhusker was the […]

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Hal’s Hope: Sir Anthony Eyes Another Upset For Namesake Trainer

Trainer Anthony Mitchell went along with owner/breeder Richard Otto’s plan to name a horse after him…with one stipulation. “OK, but make it a good one,” Mitchell told his longtime client with whom he enjoyed a successful trainer/owner association, primarily in Illinois. Otto obliged Mitchell by naming a son of Mineshaft and the Smart Strike mare […]

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Hernandez ‘Off To A Good Start’ In First Winter At Gulfstream Park

His standing among the riding elite in the Midwest cemented by a banner 2018 season, Brian Hernandez Jr. has ventured to Gulfstream Park to test his abundant skills against the world’s best jockeys on a daily basis during his first Championship Meet. The 33-year-old journeyman, who has ridden the winners of 1882 races and more […]

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Bloodlines: Sir Anthony Has Some ‘Chrome’ To Him

Racing up the rail as swift and slick as a greased pig through a chute, Sir Anthony (by Mineshaft) won the Grade 3 Harlan’s Holiday Handicap at Gulfstream Park on Dec. 15 under a gifted ride by jockey Brian Hernandez and defeated the odds-on favorite Audible (Into Mischief) by a half-length. Sir Anthony created the […]

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