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Joe Davies swept the board at the Grand National Steeplechase, winning all three races including the featured Grand National

BUTLER, Md.--Joseph Davies saddled 2016 Maryland Hunt Cup winner Senior Senator, ridden by Eric Poretz, to win the featured $50,000 Grand National Amateur Timber Stakes at the Grand National Steeplechase on April 21, and followed that up with wins in the next two races.

senior senator last fence G NSenior Senator "It was a good day," said Davies.

Senior Senator is nominated for the Maryland Hunt Cup on April 28, but Davies said that he hadn't decided yet if they were going to run him back.

"He had an amazing run yesterday," said Davies on Sunday about Senior Senator's race at the Grand National.

Senior Senator has a history of acting up before a race, often having been permitted to actually saddle outside of the paddock, away from the other horses.

"Some horses freeze before a race," said Davies, who said that wasn't the case with Senior Senator. "He's just exuberant. He wants to get on with it. Just getting him to a race requires expertise and a number of people to tack him up. It can be dangerous."

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Favorites beaten in two stakes Middleburg, while Kathy Neilson saddled Super Saturday to win the Timber Stakes

MIDDLEBURG, Va.--Last year's Timber Horse of the Year Doc Cebu and Eclipse Award winner Mr. Hot Stuff and runner-up All the Way Jose were all beaten in Stakes at the Middleburg Spring Races on April 21, while Jonathan Sheppard saddled two winners to increase his lead in Trainer - Races Won to seven wins over four trainers with three wins apiece.

Super Saturday early in Hunt Cup 1Super Saturday early in the Middleburg Hunt Cup In the $75,000. G2 Temple Gwathmey, Robert A. Kinsley's Lyonell, trained by Elizabeth Voss and ridden by Jack Doyle, took advantage of a very light weight to win by 1 1/2 lengths, while Buttonwood Farms LLC's All the Way Jose, trained by Sheppard and ridden by Darren Nagle, finished fourth and Mrs. S.K. Johnston Jr.'s Mr. Hot Stuff, trained by Jack Fisher and ridden by Hadden Frost, finished fifth.

In the $30,000 Middleburg Hunt Cup Timber Stakes, Gerard Galligan on Irvin S. Naylor's Super Saturday, trained by Kathy Neilson, took advantage of a speed duel that involved Doc Cebu to come from behind and win by 2 1/2 lengths.

"We got off to a good start," said Sheppard of his Leading Trainer status, a position the Hall of Fame trainer is familiar with, having won the Trainer - Money Won title 24 times before Jack Fisher began to take over.

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Sean McDermott rides the Block House winner, Sheppard extends his lead in Trainer, Races Won

COLUMBUS, N.C.--Sean McDermott won the Top Jockey Award at the 72nd Annual Tryon Block House Races on Saturday, April 14 for his wins in the $35,000 Block House Race and the $25,000 Dr. John Bradshaw Memorial Flat Race, both on horses trained by Jack Fisher, while Jonathan Sheppard saddled the winner in the $30,000 Sport of Kings Maiden Hurdle to extend his lead in the Trainer, Races Won category.

Sean McDermott on Gilbralfaro right winning the The Block House race photo by Madisnon IbachTryon Resort Sean McDermott on Gibralfaro (right" winning the The Block House race. (Photo by Madison Ibach/Tryon Resort) The Tryon Block House Races included four hurdle races and a flat race and were run in front of a packed crowd at the Green Creek Race Track for the second consecutive year.

"Two wins today, though I wish it was three," said McDermott, who was also fourth in the Ratings Handicap Hurdle. "You can't do it without the horses, and Jack Fisher traditionally starts his a little late in the season, and we use their first few races as a prep, and it sets them up nicely for their second runs of the season. They have a bit of longevity through the season. If you're not on the horses, you can't win the races, and we're grateful to have all the good horses we do that make our job easy."

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Sanna Neilson saddled Kings Apollo to win the Open Timber at the Fair Hill Point-to-Point

FAIR HILL, Md.--In a duel down the stretch, Kings Apollo (GB) finished in the time of 6:08 for the three miles to win by about 2 lengths over Durer, while Devil's Brew was another couple of lengths further back.

Sanna Neilson at Fair HillDressed for the cold, Sanna Neilson at Fair HillOwned by Stewart Strawbridge, trained by Sanna Neilson and ridden by Gerard Galligan, Kings Apollo waited until the final fence to make his move, overtaking first Devil's Brew, owned and trained by Elizabeth C. Korrell and ridden by Graham Watters, and then Wits End Stable LLC's Durer, trained by William Dowling and ridden by Evan Dwan.

Rosbrian Farm's Class Brahms, trained by Tara Elmore and ridden by Mark Beecher, fell midway through the race.

"Kings Apollo had a quiet run at Cheshire," said Neilson. "I felt he was not quite fit enough to run there, but I wanted to get a race in him."

"He jumped really well," said Neilson. "I loved the way Gerard rode him. We may go to Winterthur next. Dixon (Stroud) wants me to go to Willowdale, but I'm thinking Winterthur. He won there last year."

Fair Hill suffered from a terrible weather day that cut way back on its attendance.

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Zanclus, ridden by Daren Nagle, run-away winner of the My Lady's Manor Timber Stakes

MONKTON, Md,--Sara E. Collette's homebred Zanclus, trained by Neil Morris and ridden by Darren Nagle, led throughout the three mile My Lady's Manor Timber Stakes on April 14 to win by 25 1/4 lengths in 5:471/5, the fastest time of the day.

Neil Morris w. Darren Nagel ManorNeil Morris (left) with Darren Nagel after winning My Lady's ManorA huge crowd enjoyed a day of superb racing in 80 degree sunshine with a strong breeze that kept the temperature tolerable.

But horsemen worried that the sudden rise in temperature would unduly stress the horses.

Straight To It, owned by Sheila J. Williams, trained by Jack Fisher and ridden by Willie McCarthy was second, with Mystic Strike, owned by Upland Partners and trained and ridden by Mark Beecher, finishing third.

Zanclus, coming off a big, 12 length win in the Open Timber at Piedmont Point-to-Point, went straight to the front at the Manor, building up huge leads throughout the race while jumping every fence beautifully, standing well back and never chipping in.

"That was pretty much the plan," said Nagle, who had also ridden Zanclus at Piedmont. "He jumped very good. He's a fine big horse. this is his first time in a timber stakes."

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Ricky Hendriks trained two winners at the Georgia Steeplechase

Ricky Hendriks saddled the winner of the $30,000 Sport of Kings Maiden Hurdle and both the winner and the second placed horses in the $15,000 Maiden Claiming Hurdle race at the Georgia Steeplechase in Kingston, Ga., on April 7.

Go Get the BasilGo Get the Basil (Photo by Catherine French)With those two wins, Hendriks moved into second place in the National Steeplechase Association's standings in both Trainer, Races Won, with three wins behind Jonathan Sheppard, who has four wins, and in Trainer, Money Won, with $91,400, behind Julie Gomena, who has $94,600.

Eve Ledyard's Go Get the Basil, ridden by Ross Geraghty, won the Sport of Kings Maiden Hurdle by 2 3/4 lengths over Riverdee Stable's Motivational, trained by Jack Fisher and ridden by Sean McDermott, with Irvin S. Naylor's Moss Code, trained by Cyril Murphy and ridden by Graham Watters, finishing third.

"Go Get the Basil was trained on the flat by a friend of my father, who contacted me and asked me if we would like to have him as a foxhunter," said Hendriks.

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Mark Beecher rode Ebanour to win the Open Timber at Elkridge-Harford

MONKTON, Md.--Cyril Murphy saddled Irvin S. Naylor's Ebanour, ridden by Mark Beecher, to win the Edward S. Voss Memorial Open timber race at the Elkridge-Harford Hunt Point-to-Point on April 7.

cyrilmurphyCyril MurphyEbanour won by 1 1/2 lengths over Senior Senator, the winner of the 2016 Maryland Hunt Cup, who is owned by Irvin L. Crawford II, trained by Joe Davies and ridden by Eric Poretz, with De Chera, owned and trained by H. Bruce Fenwick and ridden by Chris Gracie, finishing third.

"Ebanour sat in the middle of the pack early on," said Murphy. "That was the plan, to use this as a schooling run. This was his first run of the year, and we wanted to give Mark a chance to get to know him."

"He jumped nicely," said Murphy. "He just galloped over the last fence and finished in front nicely. It was a very nice school."

"He's nominated to go to the Grand National," said Murphy. "If he goes there, Mark will ride him. Whether he goes to the Maryland Hunt up will be discussed after the Grand National. That was the purpose of the exercise Saturday, to discuss whether to go to the Grand National."

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Correction - Jimmy Day of Berryville, Va., trained winners at Old Dominion

In The Horse's story on the Old Dominion Hounds Point-to-Point, the lead said that the person who trained the first and second place finishers  in the Open Hurdle and the winner of the Foxhunter Timber was Jimmy Day, who had been a member of Canada's gold medal winning team in Mexico, and that is incorrect.

The Jimmy Day who trained those horses is Jimmy Day, who with Emily Day has Daybreak Stables in Berryville, Va.

The Horse apologizes for the error.

Pa-bred Army Mule an impressive winner of the G1 Carter Handicap

Army Mule, bred by James McGreevy's Hope Hill Farm in Oxford, Pa., a 4-year-old, has only started three times, but he's won all three impressively, with his latest victory coming in the G1 Carter Handicap at Aqueduct Racetrack on April 7.

Army Mule wins CarterRidden by Joe Bravo, Army Mule drafted behind the leaders in the 11 horse field, angled out three wide into the stretch and put on a burst of speed to move well clear of the field and finish driving, but not fully extended, to win the 7 furlong race by 6 1/4 lengths in 1:20.94.

By Friesian Fire out of Crafty toast, by Crafty Propector, Army Mule was sold to Scanlon Training & Sales for $85,000 as a yearling, was sold by Scanlon Training & Sales to Crupi's New Casstle Farm for $825,000 as a 2-year-old and is now owned by Vincent Viola's St. Elias Stable.

Viola has an electronic trading firm, Virtu Financial, and he is a former chairman of the New York Mercantile Exchange.

Viola graduated from West Point Academy and served in the U.S. Army Reserves.

Viola also owns the NHL's Florida Panthers.

Army Mule was sent to trainer Todd Pletcher last year as a 3-year-old.

His first win was an 8 1/2 length win in a Belmont Park maiden race at 6 1/2 furlongs in 1:16.79 on April 30, 2017.

But then Army Mule's knee had a problem, and he did not return to the races until this year, when he registered an even more impressive 7 1/2-length score in a Gulfstream Park allowance optional-claiming race on Jan. 31.

"He had a flare-up in his knee. It wasn't a surgical issue. We just had to give him time," Pletcher said in The Bloodhorse after his third win in the Carter. "When you have a horse break his maiden like he did, and with Saratoga around the corner, you starting thinking (about the future), but it's a tribute to Vinnie's patience as an owner that we gave him the time he needed. I told him he's a very talented horse, and we have to stop and give him a break, and the patience paid off today."

Army Mule returned to racing on Jan. 31, winning an 6 furlong Allowance, Optional Claiming race at Gulfstream by 7 1/2 lengths, finishing in hand in 1:08.87.

Despite his limited career, it has been a very successful one, and he's one to watch in the future.


Jimmy Day trained the winners of both the Open Hurdle and Foxhunter timber at Old Dominion

BEN VENUE, Va.-- Jimmy Day, a former grand prix rider who was a member of Canada's gold medal winning team in Mexico, trained both the first and second placed horses in the Open Hurdle race as well as the winner of the Foxhunter Timber on April 7 at the Old Dominion Hounds Point-to-Point.

In the Open Hurdle, Christina Mosley's Foxhall Drive, ridden by Bryan Cullinane, had the early lead, but S. Bruce Smart's Officer's Oath, ridden by Liam McVicar, took over after the third fence in the 2 1/4 mile race, and he was never seriously challenged, winning by 1 length over Foxhall Drive.

Day also trained the winner of the Foxhunter Timber race, Magalen O. Bryant's Plated, ridden by Evan Dwan, who won by 8 lengths over Matthew McCarron's Addones Last Hurrah, trained by Zoe Valvo and ridden by Erin Swope.

Dwan as a rider also had two wins, riding Wits End Stable LLC's Churchill D, trained by William Dowling, to win over Way Up High, owned and trained by Benjamin C. Swope and ridden by Erin Swope.

Small Giant Stable's Mancor, trained and ridden by Amber Hodyka, won the Lady Rider Timber, leading most of the way and winning by 4 1/2 lengths over Sweet Talking Guy, owned, trained and ridden by Swope.

In the Maiden Hurdle, Carl Rafter saddled Ridgeview Farm's Virginia Envy, ridden by Archie MacAuley, to win in the stretch by 1 length over Wits End Stable's Renegade River, trained by Dowling and ridden by Dwan.

As the only entry, Milldale Four's Secret Soul, trained and ridden by Jeff Murphy, was the walkover winner of the Open Timber.

Pathfinder Racing's Strong, trained by Neil Morris and ridden by Emme Fullilove, won the Novice Rider Flat race, Sharon Sheppard's Commanchero (Ire), trained by Leslie Young and ridden by Elizabeth Scully, won the Restricted Young Adult Flat race, and Willisville, owned and trained by Jean L. Rofe and ridden by Murphy, won the Virginia Bred/Sired Flat race.



Balance the Budget wins G1 Colonial Cup

Julie Gomena, who trains G1 Colonial Cup winner Balance the Budget for Stonelea Stables LLC, wanted the horse so badly that she put in a claim for him four times before she finally got him in 2013.

Balance the Budget leads early in Colonial Cup 1Balance the Budget leads early in Colonial Cup It was a good claim, as Balance the Budget won his first G3 stakes in Aiken in March, 2015, won another stakes in Camden in 2017,won the G2 David L. (Zeke) Ferguson Memorial at Great Meadow last fall and then on March 31 won the G1, $150,000 Marion duPont Scott Colonial Cup Stakes in Camden.

"We claimed him at  Churchill Downs in 2013 as a 4-year-old," said Gomena. "That was the fourth time we'd tried to claim him. My husband, Robert Bonnie, saw him run at Saratoga and thought he was a  lovely type. My husband is always looking for horses to claim, so we joke about  it and call him Bonnie Bloodstock.

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Eric Poretz wins two at Green Spring Valley Point-to-Point, including the Open Timber

Only two horses contested the Frank A. Bonsal Memorial Open Timber at the Green Spring Valley Point-to-Point on March 31 in Cockeysville, Md., but those two made a good race of it.

Brandywine Julie Nafe Julie Nafe, who won the Side Saddle race on McCrady's, is pictured here winning the Foxhunter's timber the next day at the Brandywine Hills Point-to-Point.Eric Poretz rode Jeremy A. Batoff's Certain Swagger, trained by William Dowling, and he led most of the way,

Happenstance and Harry's Boogie Biz, trained and ridden by Mark Beecher, made a run at Certain Swagger in the stretch but couldn't catch him, and Certain Swagger won by 3/4 of a length in 7:58 2/5.

Poretz and Beecher also finished first and second in the four horse field in the Novice Timber, with Poretz on Caves Farm's Western Exchange, trained by Dowling, winning by  4 1/2 lengths over rider/trainer Beecher on Upland Partner's Coastal Moon in 7:13.

James and Riley McDonald's Colonel Carillo (Ire), trained by Joseph Davies and ridden by Chris Gracie finishied third.

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Vintage Vinnie and Grand Manon big winners at Brandywine Point-to-Point

UNIONVILLE, PA--Armata Stables had three winners at the Brandywine Hills Point-to-Point on Easter Sunday, April 1, with its Vintage Vinnie being the most impressive winner of the day.

Brandywine Grand ManonCo-owner Ben Griswold, left, and Grand ManonVintage Vinnie (Ire), trained by Joe Davies and ridden by Chris Gracie, won the Heavyweight race by about 30 lengths over Jeffrey G, owned and trained by Jason Cole and ridden by Eric Poretz, with Nancy Jane Hoyt's Handsome Hoyt, trained by Kathie Neilson and ridden by  Gerard Galligan, a distanced third.

But the most impressive aspect of his win was that his was the fastest race of the day, 5:51, and he ran it 15 seconds faster than the second fastest time of the day, which was the winner of the Ladies race, while carrying 30 pounds more weight.

Grand Manon won the Henry C. Baldwin Challenge Trophy for the Open race, winning it for the third consecutive year in a row in the time of 6:06.

Grand Manon is also owned by Armata Stables, is trained by Billy Meister and was ridden by Willie McCarthy.

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Doug Fout saddled four winners a Orange County Point-to-Point

Doug Fout won four races, including the Open Timber race at the Orange County Hounds Point-to-Point in Middleburg, Va., on April 1, and Neil Morris trained two winners, including the winner of the Open Hurdle.

Four Virginia Gents' Albus, trained by Fout and ridden by Kieran Norris, won the George E. Ohrstrom Memorial Open Timber by  2 1/2 lengths over Gordonsdale Farm's Canyon Road, trained by Christopher Kolb and ridden by Jeff Murphy, with Only Charity, owned by Magalen O. Bryant, trained by Richard Valentine and ridden by Shane Crimin, finishing third.

Albus went to the lead right from the start and led throughout the race, and Canyon Road rallied for second but couldn't catch the leader.

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Jonathan Sheppard wins 3, including the featured Imperial Cup Hurdle, at Aiken Spring Steeplechase

AIKEN, S.C.--Jonathan Sheppard of West Grove, Pa., had a big day at the Aiken Spring Steeplechase meet on March 24, winning three races, including the featured $20,000 Imperial Cup Ratings Handicap Hurdle, and placing third in another on the six race card.

jonathonsheppard"Someone said, `It was just like the good old days,'" said Sheppard.

KMSN Atables' Able Archer, ridden by Kieran Norris, won the Imperial Cup by 10 1/2 lengths over Price-Richardson Stable's Indigo Heart, trained by Arch Kingsley, Jr., and ridden by Michael Mitchell, with Irvin Naylor's Borderlinedecison, trained by Katherine Neilson and ridden by Gerard Galligan, finishing third in the seven horse field.

"Able Archer is a homebred of Kevin Galbraith's and his wife Diane," said Sheppard. "They have one broodmare, Fareena. They raced her, and when she was retired, they bred her. She had four foals in a row. Inverness, who won the flat race, and Able Archer are both out of that mare."

"We also have a 3-year-old, High Sierra, and a 2-year-old, Commodore Barry, out of Fareena," said Sheppard.

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Hendriks family big winners at Cheshire Point-to-Point

UNIONVILLE, Pa.--The Hendriks family of Ricky and sons McLane and Parker won five of the six races they entered at the 72nd running of Mr. Stewart's  Cheshire Foxhounds Point-to-Point races on March 25, a cold and windy day atop the hills of Plantation Field with periods of snow and sleet flurries throughout the day.

McLain Hendriks ar CheshireMcLane Hendriks on CarrickboyBut it was 2016 Maryland Hunt Cup winner Senior Senator, owned by Irvin L. Crawford II, trained by Joseph G. Davies and ridden by Eric Poretz, who won the featured Cheshire Bowl Open Timber race in a thrilling finish, beating Welcome Here Farm's Where's the Beef, trained by Stephanie Dowling and ridden by Mark Beecher, by a neck.

Whether Cheshire would even be able to hold the races was questionable two days before the meet due to the fourth nor'easter in three weeks dropping almost 10 inches of snow on the course just four days before the races.

But with Jaimie Hicks plowing off the snow on the north side of the course, Mother Nature melting the snow on the south side, and members of the field coming out with rakes and shovels to clear the take-off and landing sides of the fences, Cheshire made it happen, determined not to miss its biggest fund raiser for a second year in a row due to snow.

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  2. Ricky Hendriks opens 2018 seson with a win in the Open Hurdle at the Warrenton Point-to-Point
  3. Joe Davies' Elkridge Harford team wins the Foxhall Farm Cup team race
  4. EQB purchase aims for Ky. Derby & MATCH Series of regional racing to resume
  5. Crabcakes named Maryland's Champion 3-Year-Old Filly and Champion Sprinter
  6. Unique Bella wins G2 Santa Maria Stakes by 9 lengths
  7. How to bet on Cheltenham Races in Great Britain
  8. Eclipse winner Scorpiancer had rough beginning to his career
  9. Eclipse Award winner, Pa.-bred Unique Bella
  10. Jack Fisher takes NSA Leading Steeplechase Trainer title, Mr. Hot Stuff wins Lonesome Glory Award
  11. Pa-bred Unique Bella wore down Paradise Woods to win the G1 La Brea Stakes
  12. Favorites are losers at Del Mar Breeder's Cup
  13. Ebanour wins the Pa. Hunt Cup for 2nd year in a row
  14. Jack Fisher uncatchable as NSA Leading Trainer
  15. Mr. Hot Stuff wins Grand National, throwing the race for the Eclipse Award even wider open
  16. All the Way Jose wins the Lonesome Glory, throws race to Eclipse Award wide open
  17. Free Drop Billy wins Futurity - Union Rags has two qualified for the Breeders Cup
  18. Page McKenny wins the $100,000 Roanoke Stakes, goes over $1.5 million in earnings
  19. Diplomat wins N.Y. Turf Writers to lead in race for Eclipse Award
  20. Oldzfourfortytwo wins the $100,000 Mark McDermott Stakes at Presque Isle
  21. West Coast wins G1 Pa. Derby, making a strong argument to be Eclipse 3 y.o. champ
  22. Union Rags' get continue to win, two placed in Stakes
  23. Bernie Houghton has second stakes winner at Presque Isle
  24. NSA rule banning apprentice riders at Saratoga roils steeplechase world
  25. Swansea Mile wins G1 Smithwick Stakes, Show Court takes the Novice Stakes
  26. Imply, trained by Bernie Houghton, won the Northern Fling Stakes to become a multiple stakes winning mare
  27. Sheppard's Parx winner has him anticipating Saratoga
  28. Miss Inclusive and Eighth Wonder named co-winners of 2016 Parx Oaks
  29. Successful June stakes day at Penn National overshadowed by Rojas drug trial
  30. N.J-bred Irish War Cry second in the Belmont, Mor Spirit wins $1.2 million Metropolitan
  31. Amy Rowe’s For Goodness Sake and Buttonwood Farm’s All The Way Jose won featured races at Fair Hill Spring meet
  32. 2 Pa-breds win on undercards of Black-Eyed Susan and Preakness
  33. Orchestra Leader and Winter House win at High Hope
  34. Hendriks-trained Mystic Strike wins Radnor Hunt Cup
  35. Fenwick’s Doc Cebu wins Willowdale Steeplechase Stakes
  36. Jack Fisher wins three, including $200,000 Stakes, at Iroquois
  37. Neilson sisters and Cyril Murphy saddle winners at Winterthur
  38. Ebanour wins Gold Cup for second consecutive year
  39. Union Rags' get on Oaks and Derby days
  40. Sheppard wins three of four races at Atlanta, Hendriks wins two more for his Mother, Wendy, Lord Shanakill’s son sets course record
  41. Air Maggy, McLane Hendriks win Va. p-to-p championships
  42. Photo Gallery from Maryland Hunt Cup, 2017
  43. Derwins Prospector wins Maryland Hunt Cup in two-horse duel
  44. Pa-bred winners include Page McKinney, Discreet Senorita and Rose Tree
  45. Hendriks saddled three winners at Aiken, Sheppard had winners at Charleston and Carolina Cup
  46. Fair Hill point-to-Point crowned Joshua G Overall champion in the Delaware Valley Point-to-Point series
  47. Lemony Bay wins My Lady’s Manor, giving Jack Fisher two wins for the day.
  48. Eventing star wins first time out in timber race at Brandywine Hills
  49. Md. Hunt Cup winner Senior Senator wins at Elkridge-Harford In prep for this year’s Hunt Cup
  50. Sheppard, Brion, Neilson and Valentine successful in Maryland and Virginia Point-to-Points
  51. 2 turns may be next for hot Union Rags filly Tequilita
  52. Kathy Neilson to defend her Leading Trainer title at DelVal Point-to-Points
  53. Sheppard still breaking records after 50 years
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