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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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‘He’s Still Got It’: Welder Keeps Remington Win Streak Alive

Trainer Teri Luneack’s two favorite things are a horse named Welder and a highway sign that says, “Remington Park next exit.” Welder, Oklahoma’s Horse of the Year in 2018, made his summer debut at his favorite track and showed how much he missed his home footing, blasting away from a field of eight and stamping […]

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Welder Seeking Repeat Horse Of The Meet Title At Remington Park

Welder, the 2018 Horse of the Meeting at Remington Park, posted a half-mile breeze on Tuesday morning. The 6-year-old gray sprinter is preparing for his first start of the upcoming Thoroughbred season. Owned by Ra-Max Farms of Claremore, Okla. and trained by Teri Luneack, Welder breezed four furlongs over a fast track in an easy […]

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Welder Makes Silver Goblin His Fourth Straight Stakes Victory At Remington

The 5-year-old gray gelding known as Welder streaked down the stretch to take his fourth stakes victory of the meet Friday night in the $70,000 Silver Goblin Stakes at Remington Park. He was the heavy wagering favorite at 1-9 odds on the toteboard for the race and now stands as the 1-9 favorite in the […]

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Oklahoma-Bred Welder Attempts Fourth Straight Win In Silver Goblin

A group of five Oklahoma-bred speedsters will contest Friday night’s $70,000 Silver Goblin Stakes at Remington Park. The 6-1/2 furlong event will be the stage for an attempted fourth-straight victory this season by Welder, possibly securing season-title honors for him in the process. Welder has taken three consecutive stakes events to this point: the $70,000 […]

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