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Saturday, January 18, 2020

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Tim Kreiser wins Penn National Leading Trainer title for sixth time

GRANTVILLE, Pa.--Tim Kreiser began 2020 the same that that he has ended the last six consecutive years, as Leading Trainer.

Venus Ramey T KreiserAnd he started his lead in 2020 in a dramatic way, by winning three races in one night on Jan. 2.

Winning three in one night has happened a few times," said Kreiser. "Let's go wire to wire as trainer."

Kreiser won both the first and second races on Jan. 3, first saddling Robert A. Derr's My Only Sunshine to win a $14,400, 6 furlong race for $10,000 claimers by a nose, and then saddling Derr's Just do the Math to win a $10,800, 6 furlong race for $5,000 claimers by 2 1/2 lengths.

His third win came in the sixth race, again for Derr, and this time with Venus Ramey in an $18,100, 6 furlong race for $16,000 claimers by 2 lengths.

"That was really strange," said Kreiser. 'I claimed Venus Ramey for $5,000, and mine was the only claim in for her. Then I moved her up to a $16,000 claiming price, and she was claimed."

Trainer Brandon Kulp claimed Venus Ramey for Cynthia Powers.

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Michael Matz has two winners, including Ebullient, at Gulfstream

HALLANDALE BEACH, Fla.--Michael Matz started off 2020 in the right way, saddling two winners in two days on Jan. 1 and 2 at Gulfstream Park.

EbullientEbullient"They were both tough races, so we were quite happy with both horses," said Matz.

On Jan. 1, he saddled Charles K. Marquis and John T. Behrent's Ebullient to win a $51,000, 1 1/16 mile Allowance race for fillies and mares by 3 1//4 lengths.

"I've had Ebullient since she was a 2-year-old," said Matz. "She was a little late getting started. She had tendonitis. Then she acted liked she wanted to go long, but she never finished up well. Then when we ran her short, she wasn't fast enough."

"She worked like a real good horse in the morning, so we didn't know whether we just had a morning glory," said Matz. "We kept scoping her, and finally we tied down her tongue. In that race, I just told the jockey to let her go and see what happened."

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Graham Motion saddles two stakes winners and two maiden winners in one day

LAUREL, Md.--Dec. 28 was a pretty special day for Graham Motion as he saddled two stakes winners as well as two promising maiden winners, including one $100,000 stakes winner at Laurel.

Majestic ReasonMajestic ReasonPeter Pugh had a winner a winner at Gulfstream the day before for a horse he, Wendy Hendriks and Margaret Dupree co-own.

Majestic Reason, bred and owned by Richard L. Golden and Mrs. Ellen Charles in Maryland, won the $100,000, 6 furlong  Willa On the Move Stakes at Laurel by 3/4 length.

"I've had her from the beginning," said Motion. "She's a homebred of Mr. Golden and Mrs. Charles, who is a big Maryland owner. They partner on one horse every year."

"She's been a really neat filly," said Motion. "She's very honest. She''s hit the board every time except the one time I took her to Aqueduct. I had considered giving her some time off, but there's a good chance she'll run in the Barbara Fritchey in the middle of February. That's Laurel's most prestigious race for fillies and mares. I'd hate for her to miss that."

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Graham Motion and Bernie Houghton saddled allowance winners

GRANTVILLE, Pa.--Betsy Houghton had two 2-year-old homebred winners, both trained by her son Bernie, in a 10 day period, while Graham Motion saddled a maiden and an allowance winner, both of which he said are very promising, in the same period.

My Lilly Pad B DMy Lilly Pad winning an allowance race at Penn National (Photo by B  & D Photos)

Motion saddled Windy Lane, bred by Tyler B. Jones and owned by Windy Lane Stable, to win a $47,320 Maiden Special Weight for 2-year-old fillies by 1 length at Laurel.

"Windy Lane came to me over the summer," said Motion. "I trained her mother, so I know the family a little. I think this filly will benefit from running longer. this race was visually impressive as she came from far off the pace."

Motion said he plans to keep Windy Lane at Fair Hill through the winter.

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Houghton scores a stakes win, Hendriks and Motion have winners

LAUREL, Md.--Bernie Houghton saddled Barlar, LLC's homebred Vault to win the $100,000, 1 1/16 miles Thirty Eight Go Go Stakes for fillies and mares 3 years old and up at Laurel Park on Nov. 30.

Vault James McCueVault winning at Laurel (Photo by James McCue)She was born at our farm," said Houghton, referring to his mother Betsy's Sylmar Farm in Christiana, Pa. "She's a half-sister to Mirth, who ran in the Breeders' Cup earlier this year."

By Jump Start out of Di's Delight, by French Deputy, 3-year-old Vault stalked the pace, took command in upper stretch and drew way to win by 3 1/2 lengths over Jehozacat, with Trolley Ride, also trained by Houghton, third.

In scoring her first stakes win, Vault has now run her record to five wins, four seconds and one third from 13 starts and has earned $188,614, but she didn't win for the first time until her fifth race.

"Like all Jump Starts, she was just a little slow in getting started," said Houghton. "But now, she just keeps getting better. She's a nice filly and nice to train, although she's a little strong galloping. She's down in Florida, in Ocala, now for a couple of months rest."

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Much needed Horseracing bill languishes in House of Representatives

WASHINGTON, D.C.--The House of Representatives now has 220 cosponsors of the Horseracing Integrity Act of 2019, which would create an independent body, the Horseracing Anti-Doping and Medication Control Authority under the oversight of the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA).

Racig generic 3Unfortunately, the House, which will not be back in session until January due to Christmas, has been consumed by impeachment, so bills are in limbo, therefore it is unsure at this time whether the bill will get a vote in the House, but given the fact that the majority of House members now support the bill, it would likely pass.

Congress may not agree on much, but thankfully seems to agree that reform is needed in the horse racing industry, but despite that agreement, nothing is being done.

Not only would this bill benefit race horses, but without it there's a good chance that, beginning with California, racing might be banned throughout the country, destroying an industry that is loved by many and that gives jobs to millions of people.

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Michael Matz has two winners, including a Tapit filly

LAUREL, Md.--Michael Matz saddled George Krikorian's homebred Bo's Image to win a $40,920, 1 1/8 mile Maiden Special Weight at Laurel Park on Nov. 14.

Matz Bos imageBo's Image"She's a Tapit filly, and she's a little delicate," said Matz. "She has a mind of her own. She was in California, at the track, and things were happening too fast. They felt she would be better at Fair Hill. It just took her a little while to get it all together."

By Tapit out of a Giant's Causeway mare, Bo's Image has now run three times, finishing third in her first start at Delaware on Aug. 19 and the off the board at Laurel on Sept. 29 before winning on Nov. 14.

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Leslie Young wins two at Charleston while Rosbrian's Global Freedom wins 3 y.o. championship

HOLLYWOOD, S.C.--Leslie Young saddled two winners at the Steeplechase of Charleston, including the winner of the featured 3-year-old hurdle, but, Global Freedom, trained by Ricky Hendriks,won the 3-Year-Old Championship  with the most money won throughout the year.

Ricky HendriksRicky Hendriks trains the 3-year-old championIn a remarkable display of sportsmanship, Mikey Mitchell, who had tied for the lead in Rider, Races Won, with Jack Doyle at Callaway Gardens the week before, called all his trainers and told them he wasn't going to Charleston.

He could have ridden any number of favorites at Charleston, but Doyle had suffered a severe injury, a badly broken jaw and ripped open cheek when a horse with a toe grab stepped on him after a fall in the last race there, and Mitchell wasn't going to take the championship when his opponent was sidelined.

What a classy, classy move.

In a thrilling finish, three horses finished across the track in the $25,000, 2 mile Alston Hurdle for 3-year-olds, with Irv Naylor's Must See the Doc (GB), trained by Young, just holding off  by a neck Hudson River Farm's Another Try, trained by Jonathan Sheppard, with Global Freedom (GB) another neck back in third.

Owned by George Mahoney's Rosbrian Farm, ridden by Gerard Galligan and trained by Hendriks, Global Freedom, who won the $50,000 Gladstone Stakes at Far Hills, totalled $32,500 in jump purses to win the 3-year-old championship over Must See the Doc, who had $24,000.

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Betsy Houghton's Pocopson Station wins first time out

CHRISTIANA, Pa--Pocopson Station, bred by Betsy Houghton, owned by her Sylmar Farm and trained by her son Bernie, won an $18,100, 5 1/2 furlong Maiden Claiming race for 2 year olds at Penn National on Nov. 8.

Bernie Betsy Thomas HoughtonThe Houghtons, Bernie, left, Betsy and Bernie's son Thomas "We bred him here," said Houghton of the gelding who was in for a price of $25,000. "He's by Friesan Fire out of Sabbath Bay, by Real Quiet.

"We really liked him, but we never thought he'd win first time out. We thought he'd need a race. He ran terrific.

"He was born and raised here. He's named for where I came from, Pocopson Station. My parents had a farm two farms down from the Lyman's. My brother Harry built a house on that farm, and he still lives there.

"Pocopson Station is a nice, big horse. In the beginning of the race, he didn't know what was going on, and then it suddenly clicked. I thought the other horse that Bernie trains, Life Master, was going to win. He led through most of the race but he finished third. I was glad when I thought he was going to win," said Houghton. "We  like his owner, Nicholas Fazzolari.

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Jack Fisher wins the feature at Callaway Gerdens with Storm Team

PINE MOUNTAIN, Ga.--Jack Fisher saddled Sheila Williams and Northwoods Stable's Storm Team, ridden by Mikey Mitchell, to win the $75,000, 2 1/4 miles Sport of Kings Novice Hurdle Stakes at Callaway Gardens in Georgia on Nov. 9.

Jack Fisher Fair Hill 2Jack Fisher, Leading Trainer, Races Won, with 37 winsStorm Team won by 1 length over Riverdee Stable's City Dreamer (Ire), also trained by Fisher and ridden by Jack Doyle.

Mitchell's win propelled him into a tie for the Leading Rider, Races won, with Doyle.

The course at Callaway Gardens favored speed, and horses running in the front did well through the day.

"It's horses for courses," said Fisher. "Storm Team is a front end horse. We're going to try him over timber next year. He's been trying it out for himself by jumping out of fields. He's going to fox hunt this winter, get more experience over timber."

"We're not going to Charleston," said Fisher, referring to the final steeplechase meet of the year, the Steeplechase of Charleston in Hollywood, S.C.

That leaves Fisher as the Leading Trainer, Races Won, with 37 wins to Jonathan Sheppard's 20 wins.

Doyle had a fall over the last fence in the final race of the day when Zanzi Win (Fr) pecked badly and almost fell.

"Jack got badly hurt yesterday, he broke his jaw" said Fisher in an interview on Nov. 10. "With us not going to Charleston, that leaves Mikey and Jack in a tie for Leading Rider, Races Won. Jack's very classy. It's nice for them to share the title."

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Vault, trained by Bernie Houghton, set a track record, and Graham Motion saddled a stakes winner

GRANTVILLE, Pa.--Bernie Houghton saddled Barlar LLC's homebred Vault to win a $28,900, 1 mile and 70 yards Allowance Optional Claiming race for fillies and mare 3 years old and up at Penn National on Nov. 6.

bernardhoughton400pxBernard HoughtonVault finished in 1:39:55 to break a 23 year old record and set a new track record.

By Jump Start out of Di's  Delight, bu French Deputy, Vault was born at Sylmar, Bernie's mother Betsy Houghton's farm in Christiana, Pa.

"Vault is a half sister to Mirth, who just ran in the Breeder's Cup," said Houghton. "She's won four races now. She's a very nice filly, and she's going to be even better as a 4-year-old."

Houghton also saddled HnR Nothhafr Racing LLC's homebred Sunny Holly to win a $15,293, 6 furlong Claiming race for fillies and mares at Penn National on Oct. 26.

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Sharing and British Idiom win Breeders' Cup 2 y.o. races

ARCADIA, Calif.--Graham Motion saddled Sharing to win the $1 million, 1 mile Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf, while British Idiom, by Flashback, who stands at Diamond B Farm in Mohrsville, Pa., won the $2 million, 1 1/16 mile Juvenile Fillies race at Santa Anita on Nov. 1.

Sharing Breeders CupSharing winning the Breeders Cup (Photo by Patricia McQueen)"You never expect to win, but we thought she was legitimate," said Motion of the 2-year-old filly owned by Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners and Gainesway Stable (Antony Beck). "We had planned her schedule around aiming for the Breeders' Cup."

Eclipse Partners bought Sharing, by Speightstown out of a Pleasantly Perfect mare, at the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Select Sale in 2018 for $350,000.

Graham Motion breeders cupGraham Motion (Photo by Patricia McQueen)Sharing broke her maiden at Saratoga on Aug. 18 in her second start and then the Selima Stakes at Laurel on Sept. 21 before running in the Breeders' Cup.

This was Motion's fourth win in a Breeders' cup race, having won the Breeders’ Cup in 2004 with Turf Better Talk, with Shared Account in the Filly & Mare Turf in 2010 and Main Sequence in the 2014 Breeders’ Cup Turf.

"It was a long time between drinks, though." said Motion.

Sharing, who won the Breeders' Cup by 1 3/4 lengths, now has now three wins and a third from four starts and earnings of $730,300.

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Jonathan Sheppard had two winners at Montpelier Hunt Races

MONTPELIER STATION, Va.--Assistant trainer Keri Brion saddled two winners for Hall of Fame trainer Jonathan Sheppard at the Montpelier Hunt Races on Nov. 2, including Anticipating in the co-featured $30,000 Montpelier Cup.

jonathonsheppardWillowdaleJonathon SheppardAttracting, bred, co-owned and trained by Sheppard and ridden by Darren Nagle, won the third race, the $15,000, 2 3/8 miles Battleship maiden claiming hurdle, by 1 1/4 lengths over Dream Verse, trained by Elizabeth Voss.

"That was great," said Brion in an interview following the race. "He ran fourth at Foxfield earlier this year. He probably needed that race. We thought he'd like the course here."

Sheppard has had a great year and, with 19 wins, stands second to Jack Fisher in both Trainer Races and Money Won categories.

Fisher has 36 wins from 135 starts, and with 40 less starts, Sheppard has 19 winners, and Brion was asked what contributed to his success.

"We have a really good group that works seven days a week," said Brion. "And we work really hard for a great man."

"Vincent Bonnani bought a little piece of Attracting," said Sheppard. "He's a nice guy, and he lives in Saratoga. He's quite a steeplechasing aficionado. He always goes to Far Hills."

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Mark Beecher on Mystic Strike wins the Pa. Hunt Cup

UNIONVILLE, Pa.--Mark Beecher rode Upland Partner's Mystic Strike, trained by Todd McKenna, to win the $40,000 Pennsylvania Hunt Cup by  2 1/4 lengths over pace setting Grand Manon, owned by Armata Stables, trained by Billy Meister and ridden by Archie Macauley.

Mystic Strike leads Grand Manan over last in PHC 2Mystic Strike, right, and Grand Manan over the last in the Pa. Hunt Cup (Photo by Tod Marks)"He jumped super," said Beecher. "I know this horse now. When he gets in front, he starts to look around."

Beecher kept the 7-year-old gelding in second throughout the race behind Grand Manon, began to move up approaching the last fence, drew even and jumped the last beside Grand Manon and drew away for the win.

The stewards announced an inquiry about the first two finishers in the stretch but allowed the result to stand.

"It felt long," said Beecher of riding in the four mile Hunt Cup that drew a huge crowd on a beautiful fall day.

"They weren't planning to run him," said Beecher of Mystic Strike's connections. "I called Todd and told him to enter the horse. I told him that I knew the horse could win it. I don't ride that much any more, so I guess people believe me now when I say that."

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A well matched field is entered in the Pennsylvania Hunt Cup

UNIONVILLE, Pa.--Stand Down and Super Saturday, the first two finishers in last year’s Pennsylvania Hunt Cup, will meet again on Sunday, Nov. 3 in the 85th edition of the $40,000 timber classic in Unionville.

aboutbuttonPost time for the first race is 1:30 p.m. for the four-race program.

Frank A. Bonsal Jr.’s Stand Down will be seeking his first win since finishing 7¾ lengths ahead of Super Saturday in the 2018 Pennsylvania Hunt Cup.

He most recently finished fourth in the Genesee Valley Hunt Cup on Oct. 12.

Trainer Joseph G. Davies named Eric Poretz to ride the 7-year-old Irish-bred as usual.

Irv Naylor’s Super Saturday will be coming back on a week’s rest to contest the four-mile Pennsylvania Hunt Cup, the year’s final timber classic.

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Fisher and Sheppard dominated at the International Gold Cup while Hendriks father and son won at Aiken

THE PLAINS, Va.--Jack Fisher and Jonathan Sheppard, standing first and second in both Trainers Races and Money Won, dominated the International Gold Cup on Oct. 26, between them winning five of the six hurdle races.

Jack and Dolly Fisher 4Jack and Dolly Fisher after Schoodic's win (Photo by Tod Marks)Fisher won the two featured races, the $75,000 David "Zeke" Ferguson Memorial 2 1/8 mile hurdle with Gibralfaro, and the $75,000, 3 1/2 mile International Gold Cup Timber with his mother's Schoodic, and also won the $40,000 Maiden Hurdle with Brianbakescookies.

Sheppard saddled his own homebred Ebullience to win the $25,000 Rating Handicap at 2 miles and 1 furlong, and Hudson River Farms' Skydiving to win the $45,000, 2 1/8 mile Allowance Hurdle.

Mrs. John R.S."Dolly" Fisher's Schoodic won the timber stakes by 2 1/2 lengths over the division's leading money winner Andi'amu, trained by Leslie Young.

"She was so excited," said Fisher of his mother's reaction.

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  1. Bernie Houghton saddled a 2 y.o. Stakes winner and then three in one night
  2. Brain Power won the $450,000 Grand National at Far Hills
  3. Graham Motion saddled another stakes winner, and four stakes winners at Presque Isle
  4. Jonathan Sheppard wins two in Middleburg, while Leslie Young wins one in Middleburg and one in Genesee Valley
  5. Rodney Jenkins saddled two stakes winners at Delaware Park, Sheppard, Houghton, Motion and Matz also have winners
  6. Bronx Beauty wins final at Monmouth, is Overall Champion of MATCH races
  7. Jonathan Sheppard wins again at Foxfield for long-time owners
  8. Jonathan Sheppard wins the featured Timber race at Shawan Downs with Codrington College
  9. Houghton wins six in one week, including a Stakes, Call Paul & Weed Wacker win Stakes
  10. Graham Motion saddled three Stakes winners at Laurel on Sept. 21, Houghton, Sheppard and Jenkins also have winners
  11. Longshot Math Wizard wins the G1, $1 million Pennsylvania Derby
  12. Surprising Soul wins the G1 Lonesome Glory while Snap Decision wins the William Entenmann Memorial
  13. Bernie Houghton wins two in one night at Penn National
  14. Hotshot Anna wins $400,000 Presque Isle Masters Stakes
  15. Five Va-breds win Stakes at Colonial, Dickinson wins a Stakes for Augustin and Ledecka wins at Presque Isle
  16. Snowie Hill wins the Randolph Rouse Stakes at Colonial
  17. Abiding Star and Dynatail lead in two division of the MATCH series
  18. Motion has two stakes and one handicap wins in one day at Saratoga & Colonial Downs
  19. Lead Investor wins Colonial Handicap for Jonathan Sheppard
  20. Teodoro won the Steeplechase Allowance at Saratoga by almost 34 lengths
  21. Jonathan Sheppard wins another, this time with a homebred
  22. Julie Gomena and Lillith Boucher saddle winners at Colonial Downs
  23. Jonathan Sheppard wins the Turf Writers for the15th time as Winston C doubles in Saratoga
  24. Varenka, trained by Graham Motion, in a dead-heat for the win in the Lake Placid Stakes
  25. Leslie Young has two steeplechase winners at Colonial Downs
  26. Fisher saddles Snap Decision to coast to the win at Saratoga's allowance steeplechase
  27. Jonathan Sheppard's Hepcat wins steeplechase at Colonial Downs
  28. Bernie Houghton saddled Imply to win on Pa Day at the Races
  29. Trip of a lifetime to Ireland for four steeplechasing youngsters
  30. Graham Motion saddles stakes winner at Saratoga, equals track record
  31. Imperial Hint breaks track record in the Vanderbilt, Motion, Matz and Houghton saddle winners
  32. Jonathan Sheppard wins the G1 Smithwick for the sixth time with Winston C
  33. Leslie Young saddles Redicean to win the Novice Stakes at Saratoga
  34. Graham Motion saddled Just Howard to win a Stakes at Monmouth
  35. Jack Fisher saddles another winner, Cite, at Saratoga
  36. Saratoga steeplechase will run Sunday, July 21
  37. Michael Dickinson has Stakes winner, Motion, Sheppard, Hendriks and Houghton saddle winners
  38. Jockey Jose Ortiz won three of the four MATCH Series races at Delaware Park
  39. Bernie Houghton wins three in four days, including Northern Fling Stakes
  40. Jack Fisher wins both steepechase races at Monmouth
  41. George Mahoney's Rosbrian Farm has two flat winners at Parx in races for steeplechasers
  42. Sheppard saddles Belmont Allowance winner, Motion has Canadian Stakes winner, Hendriks, Houghton, Matz and Dickinson have winners
  43. McGinnes' Dendrobia wins, More Than Good wins a Stakes, Graham Motion, Bernie Houghton and Michael Matz saddle winners
  44. Four girls have been chosen for a trip to Ireland to learn about steeplchasing abroad
  45. Rodney Jenkins saddled a Maryland winner while Bernie Houghton, Graham Motion, Jonathan Sheppard and Michael Dickinson all had winners
  46. Imply wins Lyphard Stakes, Catalina Cruiser wins G2 True North on Belmont Day, Zipper's Hero rewards breeder Peter Giangiulio
  47. Penn National hosts second round of the MATCH series
  48. Call Paul wins Danzig Stakes, Graham Motion saddled a Canadian Stakes winner and Bernie Houghton has two winners
  49. Amnicalola wins hurdle stakes at Fair Hill, Jack Fisher increased his lead in Trainer, Races Won
  50. Schoodic wins Novice timber at Fair Hill, making it three wins in a row
  51. Explorationist & English Bee win stakes, Graham Motion and Bernie Houghton train winners
  52. Kathy Neilson saddled Pured It to win Radnor Hunt Cup Timber Stakes
  53. Jack Fisher has strong contender in Radnor's timber stakes, Alwaysmining goes for 6th stakes win in Preakness and Sheppard & Motion have winners
  54. Jack Fisher wins four at Iroquois including G1 Stakes with Scorpiancer
  55. Mark Beecher rides one and trains one to wins at Willowdale Steeplechase
  56. Fisher and Sheppard have recent winners entered in hurdle and timber races at Willowdale on May 12
  57. Optimus Prime wins the G2 David Semmes Memorial Hurdle, Andi'amu wins the Virginia Gold Cup Timber Stakes
  58. Jonathan Sheppard has impressive Maiden winner at Foxfield
  59. Jack Fisher saddled three winners at Queens Cup, has a stranglehold on Trainer's leads
  60. Senior Senator wins the Maryland Hunt Cup for the third time in extraordinary fashion
  61. Carnival Carl wins Open Timber in a thriller at Fair Hill Point-to-Point
  62. MATCH races at Laurel, Irish Strait and Alwaysmining win stakes
  63. Senior Senator wins the Grand National for the third time
  64. Jack Fisher wins three at Middleburg Spring, including the G2 Temple Gwathmey
  65. The MATCH series of races begins April 20 at Laurel Park
  66. Fair Hill includes Easter activities along with timber, hurdle and flat racing
  67. The Grand National draws a field of 13 top timber horses
  68. Jack Fisher wins 2 at the Manor - leads NSA Trainer standings
  69. Regally Irish wins Bridgetown Stakes, Winx retires a winner
  70. Joe Davies won 3 at Elkridge-Harford while Jimmy Day won 4 at Old Dominion
  71. Joe Davies saddled Hill Tie to win the featured Open Timber at Brandywine Hills Point-to-Point
  72. Orchestra Leader wins in impressive fashion in Camden
  73. Mark Beecher wins three at Green Spring Valley P-to-P
  74. Julie Gomena trained three winners at Orange County
  75. Brandywine Hills Point-to-Point features 5 exciting timber races
  76. Senior Senator won the Cheshire Bowl in a Maryland Hunt Cup preview
  77. Kathy Neilson leads in Trainer, Races won with three wins
  78. Flaming Sword wins for Joy Slater at Piedmont Point-to-Point
  79. Cheshire Point-to-Point draws stellar entries
  80. Hendriks, Poretz and Yeager win the Foxhall Farm Team Chase for Elkridge-Harford
  81. Ricky Hendriks opened the sanctioned steeplechase season at Aiken with three wins
  82. Jonathan Sheppard saddled three winners at Warrenton Point-to-Point
  83. Steeplechasing's spring season begins in Aiken on March 23
  84. An exciting month of Delaware Valley point-to-point racing begins March 24
  85. Australian Supermare Winx Looks Destined for Yet More Success in Sydney
  86. Santa Anita closed to racing and training due to horses' fatalities
  87. New Jersey provided $100 million to horse racing, and immediately betting increased
  88. Optimus Prime and Bedrock top National Steeplechase ratings
  89. Still Having Fun's racing success rewards his dam and breeders
  90. Presenting Percy Could Now Head Straight To Cheltenham Festival
  91. With breeder's rewards money ensured, Pa-breds have a rosy future
  92. Zanjabeel, Unique Bella and Shamrock Rose win Eclipse Awards
  93. Union Rags has two more impressive winners in Spring Lily and Dessman
  94. Tequilita wins G3 Rampart Stakes at Gulfstream
  95. Accelerate Out for Further Glory
  96. N.J. Senate committee clears a bill to give $20 million to horse racing annually
  97. Call Paul and Please Flatter Me win major Pa-bred stakes
  98. Jack Fisher takes both Trainer, Races Won and Money Won titles
  99. Pa-bred Shamrock Rose wins Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Sprint
  100. Joe Davies saddled Stand Down to win the $40,000 Pennsylvania Hunt Cup

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