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John Ed Anthony: ‘Show Me How Abundant Use Of Medication Has Improved Racing Or Its Public Image’

John Ed Anthony is no stranger to the Preakness Stakes. His Loblolly Stable had back-to-back wins in the Grade 1 Preakness in 1992 and ’93 with Pine Bluff and Prairie Bayou, respectively. Anthony is no stranger to champion racehorses either, having campaigned three Eclipse Award winners in Temperence Hill (1980 champion 3-year-old male), Vanlandingham (1985 […]

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Madefromlucky Goes The Distance In Temperence Hill Invitational

Cheyenne Stables and Mac Nichol’s Madefromlucky ran down Turco Bravo in deep stretch and outkicked his rival by three-quarters of a length to win the fourth running of the $200,000 Temperence Hill Invitational Sunday at Belmont Park. Madefromlucky stayed off Let Me Go First’s early fractions of 25 seconds flat for a quarter-mile with the […]

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Juveniles Set to Take Center Stage At Belmont Next Weekend

A quartet of juvenile stakes highlights next weekend’s stakes action at Belmont Park, with the Grade 1, $500,000 Champagne and the Grade 1, $500,000 Frizette for fillies – both Breeders’ Cup “Win and You’re In” races – on Saturday and the Grade 2, $200,000 Futurity and the Grade 2, $200,000 Matron for fillies on Sunday. […]

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A ‘GENUINE’ PLACE IN HISTORY

By Ray Paulick In the winter and spring of 1980, as a relatively new racing fan living in Southern California I was confident that I had discovered the certain winner of that year’s Kentucky Derby: a colt named Rumbo, who had a few mental quirks but possessed a powerful stretch run. Rumbo finished second in […]

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