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McCarthy Planning Move To New York Under Agent Steve Rushing

Jockey Trevor McCarthy, recuperating from a shoulder surgery in May, is planning to make the move from the mid-Atlantic region to New York when he returns to the saddle, reports theracingbiz.com. The two-time leading rider in Maryland (2014 and 2016) has been cleared to begin getting on horses on Dec. 5. McCarthy has worked with agent […]

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McCarthy Expected To Begin His Return From Dislocated Shoulder On Dec. 5

For a while, Trevor McCarthy felt – and looked – like a jockey again. Wearing the orange and white silks of Hall of Fame horseman King Leatherbury’s The Jim Stable, the 23-year-old was at Laurel Park over the weekend signing autographs as part of Ben’s Cat Day, honoring the late Mid-Atlantic legend he was honored […]

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McCarthy Undergoes Successful Shoulder Surgery, Expected To Be Out At Least Six Months

Jockey Trevor McCarthy, Maryland’s leading rider two of the last three years who recently earned his 1,000th career victory, is in the early stages of recovery from successful surgery on his injured left shoulder this week. McCarthy’s agent, Scott Silver, said the 23-year-old rider, ranked among the winningest jockeys in the country at the time […]

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Top Rider McCarthy ‘Out Indefinitely’ Following Weekend Spill

Jockey Trevor McCarthy, Maryland’s leading rider in 2014 and 2016, was replaced on all his mounts Thursday, sidelined indefinitely with a shoulder injury suffered in a spill at Monmouth Park Sunday.  McCarthy’s agent, Scott Silver, said the 23-year-old jockey dislocated his left shoulder and broke the pinkie on his right hand after being thrown when […]

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Monmouth’s Fourth Race Declared No Contest After Spill

The Monmouth Park stewards declared Sunday’s fourth race a “no contest” after Pounds to Pennies, with Antonio Gallardo aboard, clipped heels in the stretch shortly after the start of the mile and a sixteenth event on turf. Skip the Talk was unable to avoid Pounds to Pennies and unseated her rider Trevor McCarthy.  Gallardo walked […]

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De Dubai A California A Maryland: Richard’s Boy Es Un Auténtico Viajero

Justo cuando la lluvia se convirtió en tormenta, se abrieron las puertas del aparato para la 12a. edición del Jim McKay Turf Sprint, en la jornada del Black-Eyed Susan S. en Pimlico. 14 ejemplares salieron en veloz carrera, pero al final fue una tenaz lucha entre Richard’s Boy y Pay Any Price, en cerrado duelo […]

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Ben’s Cat Seeking Fifth Straight Victory In Jim McKay Turf Sprint Friday

Popular Maryland-bred multi-millionaire Ben’s Cat will have to end one streak to continue another as the 11-year-old gelding seeks his fifth straight victory in Friday’s $100,000 Maker’s Mark Jim McKay Turf Sprint at historic Pimlico Race Course. The 12th running of Jim McKay for 3-year-olds and up at five furlongs on the grass is one […]

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McCarthy Takes Monmouth Stakes As 1,000th Career Victory

Even the rains couldn’t dampen the excitement in the winner’s circle following Saturday’s Opening Day Wolf Hill Stakes at Monmouth Park as jockey Trevor McCarthy made the stakes win his 1,000th career victory. “The weather didn’t cooperate, but our fans sure did,” said Dennis Drazin, advisor to Darby Development LLC, operators of the racetrack.  “We […]

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McCarthy, Rice/Magee Named Meet Champions At Laurel Park

Jockey Trevor McCarthy, approaching his 1,000th career victory, and trainers Linda Rice and Kieron Magee were each crowned meet champions on closing day of Laurel Park’s 56-day winter-spring stand Sunday. McCarthy, who turns 23 May 16, finished with an 12-win advantage over runner-up Horacio Karamanos, 67-56, to earn his sixth individual meet title in Maryland, […]

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Vazquez Released From Custody After Theft Of Services Charge In Pennsylvania

Juan Vazquez, a successful but troubled trainer on the Mid-Atlantic circuit, was taken into custody by the Chester (Pa.) Borough Police Department on April 8 and charged with “theft of services” – a third-degree felony. The charges stem from a complaint the police received from Oxford Feed and Lumber of Oxford, Pa., on June 3, […]

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