The third annual Jockeys and Jeans Fundraiser for the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund set for Sunday, Feb. 28 at Gulfstream Park will feature a video rerun of the legendary 1962 Preakness and the 1984 Breeders' Cup Classic. The top finishing … Continue reading →
When Suddenbreakingnews won the Grade 3 Southwest Stakes under jockey Luis Quinonez, the gelding earned the 15th spot on the Kentucky Derby leaderboard with ten points toward a start in the race. As pleased as trainer Donnie Von Hemel was … Continue reading →
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Lynnewood Stables owner Mike Zukerman is not a “Thoroughbred guy.” As a trainer and professional rider on the ‘A' circuit for years, Zukerman his built his career on the backs of Warmbloods. He's garnered success across the board in the … Continue reading →
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As America's first Triple Crown Champion jockey in 37 years, Victor Espinoza helped Thoroughbred racing project a positive image far beyond the confines of the Thoroughbred industry throughout 2015, thus elevating the sport's exposure and acceptance to a level perhaps … Continue reading →
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Dual classic winner and champion War Emblem returned to Kentucky from Japan late last fall, and he is now enjoying retired life at Old Friends in Georgetown, Ky. War Emblem returned to the States after a disappointing stud career at Shadai Farm, where … Continue reading →
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Kentucky Downs is pleased to announce the addition of five-time Eclipse Award winning writer Jennie Rees to its live racing team as Director of Publicity for the 2016 season. For Rees, who retired in November of 2015 after 34 years … Continue reading →