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Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Racing

Brain Power won the $450,000 Grand National at Far Hills

FAR HILLS, N.J.--Jack Fisher won two stakes at the Far Hills Race Meet, but it was horses from across the pond that ruled the day on Oct. 19.

Snap Decision takes jump early in Foxbrook 1Snap Decision over a jump early in the Foxbrook Hurdle Stakes (Photo by Tod Marks)Horses that had been racing in England won three of the six races over fences, including the featured $450,000, G1 Grand National Steeplechase.

Brain Power (Ire), owned by Nicky Henderson, trained by Michael Buckley and ridden by Nico DeBoinville, won the Grand National by 15 lengths after the favorite, Wicklow Brave, fell at the last.

Fisher trained the second and third placed horses, Scorpiancer, who was a neck in front of Moscato, both owned by Bruton Street-US, and last year's winner, Jury Duty, finished fourth, 18 1/2 lengths further back.

"This must be one of the best Grand National fields ever assembled," said Mike Hansen, one of the partners in Bruton Street-US.

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Graham Motion saddled another stakes winner, and four stakes winners at Presque Isle

BENSALEM, Pa--Graham Motion has had four winners in the past week, including a stakes and an allowance winner, while Rodney Jenkins had an allowance winner and Presque Isle had four $100,000 Stakes, three of them for 2 year olds, also in the last week.

Darcy MaeDarcy Mae winning the $100,000 H.P.B.A Stakes at Presque Isle (Photo by Coady Photography)Motion saddled Calumet Farm's homebred English Bee to win the $75,000 Parx Fall Derby at Parx race track in Bensalem on Oct. 8.

"He went super," said Motion. "He's a nice horse. He just won the New Kent County Virginia Derby before that. He's a Derby horse."

"We'll give him a little break  now," said Motion. He's been going at it pretty hard all summer. Then we'll take him to Florida."

English Bee won the 1 mile turf race at Parx by a neck after stalking the pace, going four wide on the final turn and just getting up under pressure in the final strides .

English Bee has now won five times, three of them stakes, with one second and one third from 10 starts and has earnings of $327,150.

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Jonathan Sheppard wins two in Middleburg, while Leslie Young wins one in Middleburg and one in Genesee Valley

MIDDLEBURG,Va.--While Jonathan Sheppard was in Florida, assistant trainer Keri Brion  saddled two winners for the Hall of Fame trainer at the Virginia Fall aces in Middleburg on Oct. 12.

Ebullience leads first pass 1st 1Ebullience (Photo by Tod Marks Photography)Ebullience, a Pa-bred bred and owned by Sheppard, is a 7-year-old by Fairbanks out of Effervescent, who is a younger half-brother of graded stakes winner Italian Wedding, won the $20,000 Handicap by 5 1/4 lengths.

Ebullience, ridden by Darren Nagle, led the entire race to best a nine horse field for his second win over fences after splitting his time between running on the flat and over fences.

"I thought that we'd hunt him over the winter and then start him over timber next year," said Sheppard. "He's not terribly fast but he stays well and he's a good jumper. But when I mentioned that to Darren, he thought we should run him ovr hurdles again next year."

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Rodney Jenkins saddled two stakes winners at Delaware Park, Sheppard, Houghton, Motion and Matz also have winners

WILMINGTON, Del.--Rodney Jenkins saddled two Stakes winners for Mrs. Ellen Charles' Hillwood Stable LLC at Delaware Park on Sept. 28.

Rodney Jenkins good jumpingRodney Jenkins had a very successful career as a show jumper before turning to trainingShimmering Aspen, a 5-year-old mare by Malibu Moon, won the $100,000, 6 furlong Tax Free Shopping Distaff Stakes by 1 1/2 lengths.

She won that Stakes for the second year in a row, running her record to nine wins, including five stakes, one second and four thirds from 20 starts and career earnings of $415,660.

"We bought her as a yearling," said Jenkins. "We campaigned her as a 2, 3 and 4-year-old and this year. She's a very nice mare. We retired her after her win at Delaware Park. Mrs. Charles will probably breed her."

Cordmaker won the $75,000, 1 mile and 70 yards Governors Day Handicap by 1/2 length.

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Bronx Beauty wins final at Monmouth, is Overall Champion of MATCH races

OCEANPOINT, N.J.--In a thrilling finish to the MATCH Series, 2W Racing’s Bronx Beauty fought off Ms Locust Point after a long duel in the $100,000 Regret Stakes at Monmouth Park on Sept. 28 and won not only her division but the overall championship, which required a tie-breaker.

bronx BeautyBronx Beauty, number 2 on the rightBronx Beauty, trained by Anthony Margotta Jr., and Jim Reichenberg and Cash is King’s Ms Locust Point, trained by John Servis, each ended the series with 40 points.

The first tie-breaker is most wins in a division, and Bronx Beauty had three to one for Ms Locust Point.

The pair put on great shows in three stakes in the Filly and Mare Sprint—Dirt Division: Bronx Beauty won the Penn Ladies Dash at Penn National Race Course and the Dashing Beauty Stakes at Delaware Park along with the Regret, and each time Ms Locust Point was a close second.

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Jonathan Sheppard wins again at Foxfield for long-time owners

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.--Adding two wins at Foxfield Fall Races on Sept. 29 to a win in the feature at Shawan Downs, Jonathan Sheppard and two of his long-time owners had a very good weekend.

jonathonsheppardWillowdaleJonathon SheppardEd Swyer's Hudson River Farms won two races, the timber featured race at Shawan Downs and a maiden race at Foxfield, and Kevin Galbraith's KMSN Stable won a maiden race at Foxfield.

"After losing two of my biggest owners, it means a lot to me to win three races for two owners who have stayed with me for many years," said Sheppard.

Jack Doyle, who rode Sheppard's three winners, added two additional wins, one on Saturday and another on Sunday, to win five of the 12 races offered over the weekend.

"We had three fillies to run in the $20,000 Filly and Mare Maiden Hurdle at Foxfield, but trainers were only allowed to enter two, so Inverness was entered as trained by my assistant trainer, Keri Brion," said Sheppard.

"Keri has a good relationship with the owner, Kevin Galbraith, and she's worked with that filly a lot," said Sheppard.

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Jonathan Sheppard wins the featured Timber race at Shawan Downs with Codrington College

HUNT VALLEY, Md.--Jonathan Sheppard saddled Codnington College, a 9-year-old gelding that he co-owns with Ed Swyer's Hudson River Farms, to win the $25,000 Brown Advisory Legacy Chase Oen Timber, the featured race at Shawan Downs on Sept. 28.

Codrington web 460x345.86466165414 cCodrington Castle at Iroquois earlier this year (Photo by Tod Marks)Ridden by Jack Doyle, Codrington College beat the favorite, Dolly Fisher's Schoodic, trained by Jack Fisher, by a neck, with Armata Stable's Grand Manon , trained by Billy Meister, a few lengths back in third.

"Jack Doyle gave him a good ride," said Sheppard. "Jack's a good rider, but he excels over timber."

Codrington College arrived in this country in 2013 after three starts over fences in Ireland and began as a hurdle horse.

"It seem like he wasn't realizing his potential over hurdles," said Sheppard.  "He has a high cruising speed and a good jump, but he was jumping too high over the national fences."

So Swyer and Sheppard began to discuss what to do with Codrington College.

"Ed Swyer owned the horse himself then, and I was joking with him one day, and he said `I hate timber racing,' and I said `I do too."

After joking around, they decided to switch him to timber.

"So I got half of him," said Sheppard. "There wasn't any money that changed hands, but I only charge him half the training fee now."

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Houghton wins six in one week, including a Stakes, Call Paul & Weed Wacker win Stakes

BENSALEM, Pa--Bernie Houghton's own homebred Trace of Grace won the $100,000 Plum Pretty Stakes at Parx on Sept. 21, beginning a week in which he saddled six winners, including two in allowance races.

TraceOfGrace PlumPretty 01 CBH LTrace Of Grace winning the Plum Pretty StakesIn the same week, Call Paul and Weed Wacker each won $100,000 Stakes, and Jonathan Sheppard had a winner.

"I had a good week," said Houghton.

"Trace of Grace is named after my youngest," said Houghton of his 6-year-old mare who also won the Plum Pretty Stakes in 2016. "She's running good, so I'm going to keep running her for now. Maybe run her another year, but I'm definitely going to keep her as a brood mare."

Trace of Grace, up close throughout the 1 1/16 mile race, went to the lead midway on the final turn and edged away to win by 1/2 length.

She's now won eighth times with six seconds and nine thirds from 35 starts and earned $481,552.

Houghton saddled two winners at Penn National on Sept. 25, both for Barlar LLC's homebreds.

The Pa-bred Pictor won a $42.000, 6 furlong Allowance by a head after leading throughout most of the race.

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Graham Motion saddled three Stakes winners at Laurel on Sept. 21, Houghton, Sheppard and Jenkins also have winners

LAUREL, Md.--Graham Motion saddled three winners and a second in stakes races at Laurel on Saturday, Sept. 21, including one from the great family bred by Isabella de Tomaso.

Irish Mias MD Juvenile 300x229Irish Mias and Torres Del Paine finish one, two in the Futurity at LaurelNJ-bred Irish Mias, by Sky Mesa out of Irish Score, a half-sister to Irish War Cry, won the $200,000 Laurel Futurity for 2-year-olds at 1 1/16 miles on the turf by a head, beating Torres Del Paine, also trained by Motion.

Irish Score, an allowance winner, is out of Irish Sovereign as is the multiple stakes winner Irish War Cry.

De Tomaso is the aunt of Bambi Glaccum, who is secretary of the Plantation Field events.

Irish Mias has now raced three times, finishing second twice at Saratoga in 5 1/2 furlong maiden special weight races at Saratoga and has earned $156,000.

"Irish Mias is very precocious," said Motion. "We took a bit of a chance entering a maiden in a stakes race, but we thought he'd like the grass."

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Longshot Math Wizard wins the G1, $1 million Pennsylvania Derby

BENSALEM, Pa--Math Wizard, the second longest shot on the board in Saturday’s $1 million Pennsylvania Derby, pulled off a gigantic upset when he won the G1 stakes by a neck at Parx Racing.

Math Wizard wind PA DerbyMath Wizard, left, wins the Pennsylvania Derby (Photo by Alix Coleman)Ridden by Irad Ortiz Jr. and trained by 32-year-old South Florida-based Saffie Joseph Jr., Math Wizard rallied down the center of the track and shocked the field that included Preakness Stakes winner War of Will, the beaten favorite in the Kentucky Derby and Preakness, Improbable, and a colt that came in with four straight wins, Mr. Money.

“I’ve got to retire now!” an emotional Joseph said after Math Wizard became his first G1 winner in his first G1 start. “I feel blessed. I’m at a loss for words.”

Math Wizard, who went off at 31-1, won for the third time in 13 career starts.

Math Wizard hadn’t won since Jan. 31 at Gulfstream, when he scored by 18 3/4 lengths and was claimed for $25,000 out of that race by his current ownership group led by John Fanelli, who calls Parx his home track.

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Surprising Soul wins the G1 Lonesome Glory while Snap Decision wins the William Entenmann Memorial

ELMONT, N.Y.--Surprising Soul, an outsider at odds of 17-1, led every step of the way to win the 11th running of G1, $150,000 Lonesome Glory, a 2 1/2-mile steeplechase at Belmont Park on Sept. 19.

Wendy Hendriks leads Surprising Soul down victory lane after Lonesome Glory 1Wendy Hendriks leads Surprising Soul down victory lane after the Lonesome Glory (Photo by Tod Marks)Trained by Richard Hendriks for his mother Wendy Hendriks, and ridden by Ross Geraghty, the 7-year-old Perfect Soul gelding is now a multiple graded stakes winner with six wins, four seconds and a third from 16 starts for Hendriks.

"I'm on cloud nine," said Wendy Hendriks. "It's unbelievable that he won that. There were nine horses in there, and they were all good horses. It seems surreal."

Among the horses Surprising Soul beat were Winston C, who won both G1 stakes at Saratoga earlier this year, Scorpiancer, who won the G1 Iroquois and Moscato, who won the G3 Temple Gwathmey, both last spring.

"I got him as a 3-year-old," said Hendriks. "I bought him at a sale in Kentucky. Someone else had him out looking at him, and I saw him and liked him. I looked up his results, and he'd been running short for Kelly Ackerman, so I looked up his pedigree and thought he wanted long and grass. So I said to Ricky, `Let's buy him and make him a jumper.'"

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Bernie Houghton wins two in one night at Penn National

GRANTVILLE, Pa--Bernie Houghton had a good night on Sept. 12 at Penn National, with a first and a second in one race and a first and a third in another.

Houghton is now third Leading Trainer, Money Won, at Penn, and egihth in Races Won, with 28 wins from 164 starts, 30 seconds, 31 thirds and $720,198 in earnings.

bernardhoughton400pxBernard HoughtonHnE Northhaft Horse Racing LLC's California homebred Great Again, ridden by Andrw Wolfsont, won a 2-year-old, $18,100 Maiden Claiming at 5 1/2 furlongs by 8 1/2 lengths over stablemate Nicholas Fazzolari's Life Master Jim.

"I've had Great Again for a while," said Houghton. "He a nice, good-looking horse. He's had a couple of seconds, and he finally got the job done."

Paul F. Spears' Pa-bred Long Tom, also a homebred, won an $11,000 Maiden Claiming race at for 3-year-olds and up at 1 1/16 miles by 1 1/2 lengths over Seabrook Charm, owned and trained by Patricia Lovato, with Melissa Houghton's Messy Baker, trained by Houghton, third,

"Paul bred Long Tom," said Houghton. "I've had him a year. He hadn't run well before. I took a couple of races for him to get going, but finally the light went on."

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Hotshot Anna wins $400,000 Presque Isle Masters Stakes

ERIE, Pa.--Hotshot Anna, owned and trained by Hugh H. Robertson, won the G2, $400,000 Presque Isle Downs Masters Stakes at 6 1/2 furlongs o Sept. 16.

Ho Shot AnnaHot Shot Anna (Photo by Coady Photography)Well placed outside, Hotshot Anna, ridden by Antonio Gallardo, was well placed outside, moved into a striking position three wide on the turn, made a steady gain and drove clear to win by 1 1/4 lengths over Talk Veuve to Me, trained by rodolphe Brisset, with Misericordia, trained by Jorge Duarte, Jr. another 3/4 lengths back in third.

Hotshot Anna also won the Presque Isle Masters in 2018, and she won the G3 Chicago Handicap both in 2018 and finished second in it this year.2019.

The5-year-old mare has now won six stakes since breaking her maiden at Canterbury Park in 2016.

She now has 10 firsts, six seconds and one third from 22 starts and career earnings of $863,440.

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Five Va-breds win Stakes at Colonial, Dickinson wins a Stakes for Augustin and Ledecka wins at Presque Isle

NEW KENT, Va.--Five Va-breds won their first stakes at Colonial Downs' closing day, Sept. 7, while Michael Dickinson saddled Augustin Stable's Lift Up to win a $100,000 Stakes at Woodbine on Sept. 8, and Pa-bred Ledecka won her first stakes the following day at Presque Isle.

ferdinandaFerdinanda (Photo by Coady Photography)Ferdinanda and Holly Hundy won filly turf races while Boldor and K D's Cat Bird won gelding and colt turf races and Embolden won the 2-year-old race, all for Va-breds at Colonial Downs.

Dickinson was at Woodbine on Sept. 8 to saddle George Strawbridge's homebred Lift Up win the $100,000 Belle Mahone Stakes at 1 1/16 miles for fillies and mare 3-years-old and up  on the all-weather track.

"George and Julia weren't there, but George was over the moon when he heard that Lift Up had won," said Dickinson. "It was exciting."

"I have three fillies for George, and my goal is for each of them to win a graded stakes before the end of the year," said Dickinson. "Pamina has won a graded stakes, and both Theodora B and Lift Up have placed in graded stakes. They are three lovely fillies."

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Snowie Hill wins the Randolph Rouse Stakes at Colonial

NEW KENT, Va.--Riverdee Stable's Snowie Hill, trained by F. Hill Parker and ridden by Jack Doyle, won the $50,000, 2 1/4 mile Randolph D. Rouse Stakes at Colonial Downs on Sept. 7, the final day of racing at the newly reopened Virginia track.

Snowie Hill CoadySnowie Hill (Photo by Coady Photography)Colonial Downs has been a terrific boon for steeplechase owners and trainers, offering at least two races over fences a week during the late summer months.

Snowie Hill was bred in Ohio by Parker, who is partnered with Sean Clancy in Riverdee.

The 4-year-old mare is named for Parker's mother, Frances Snowden “Snowie” Hill Myers, and her full sister Get Ready Set Goes, the 2016 novice champion who was bred by Myers, finished seventh in the Randolph Rouse.

"I just got Snowie River this summer," said Clancy. "The Parkers and Myers are a great family. Hill sells real estate in Lexington, Ky. He's the epitome of the do-it-yourself horseman."

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Abiding Star and Dynatail lead in two division of the MATCH series

BENSALEM, Pa.--Abiding Star and Dynatail established themselves as the leaders in two divisions in the MATCH Series races at Parx on Sept. 2, while Ms Locust Point and Laki maintained their divisional leads.

Chalon MATCHChalon In the Roamin Rachel Stakes for 3-Year-Olds and Up, Fillies and Mares, Sprint–Dirt Division, the showdown between division and overall series leader Ms Locust Point, owned by Jim Reichenberg and Cash is King, and two-time series winner Bronx Beaut, owned by 2W Racing, was upstaged by Chalon, who accelerated under Paco Lopez when she found room in the lane and drew away to win the  6 furlong race by 1 ¼ lengths in 1:11.90 on a track rated fast.

Longshot Mess'n Around, owned by Mason Dixon Stable, rallied strongly to pass Bronx Beauty for second, while Danny Chen’s Yorkiepoo Princess was fourth by a neck over Ms Locust Point, who had forced the early pace while three-wide.

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  1. Motion has two stakes and one handicap wins in one day at Saratoga & Colonial Downs
  2. Lead Investor wins Colonial Handicap for Jonathan Sheppard
  3. Teodoro won the Steeplechase Allowance at Saratoga by almost 34 lengths
  4. Jonathan Sheppard wins another, this time with a homebred
  5. Julie Gomena and Lillith Boucher saddle winners at Colonial Downs
  6. Jonathan Sheppard wins the Turf Writers for the15th time as Winston C doubles in Saratoga
  7. Varenka, trained by Graham Motion, in a dead-heat for the win in the Lake Placid Stakes
  8. Leslie Young has two steeplechase winners at Colonial Downs
  9. Fisher saddles Snap Decision to coast to the win at Saratoga's allowance steeplechase
  10. Jonathan Sheppard's Hepcat wins steeplechase at Colonial Downs
  11. Bernie Houghton saddled Imply to win on Pa Day at the Races
  12. Trip of a lifetime to Ireland for four steeplechasing youngsters
  13. Graham Motion saddles stakes winner at Saratoga, equals track record
  14. Imperial Hint breaks track record in the Vanderbilt, Motion, Matz and Houghton saddle winners
  15. Jonathan Sheppard wins the G1 Smithwick for the sixth time with Winston C
  16. Leslie Young saddles Redicean to win the Novice Stakes at Saratoga
  17. Graham Motion saddled Just Howard to win a Stakes at Monmouth
  18. Jack Fisher saddles another winner, Cite, at Saratoga
  19. Saratoga steeplechase will run Sunday, July 21
  20. Michael Dickinson has Stakes winner, Motion, Sheppard, Hendriks and Houghton saddle winners
  21. Jockey Jose Ortiz won three of the four MATCH Series races at Delaware Park
  22. Bernie Houghton wins three in four days, including Northern Fling Stakes
  23. Jack Fisher wins both steepechase races at Monmouth
  24. George Mahoney's Rosbrian Farm has two flat winners at Parx in races for steeplechasers
  25. Sheppard saddles Belmont Allowance winner, Motion has Canadian Stakes winner, Hendriks, Houghton, Matz and Dickinson have winners
  26. McGinnes' Dendrobia wins, More Than Good wins a Stakes, Graham Motion, Bernie Houghton and Michael Matz saddle winners
  27. Four girls have been chosen for a trip to Ireland to learn about steeplchasing abroad
  28. Rodney Jenkins saddled a Maryland winner while Bernie Houghton, Graham Motion, Jonathan Sheppard and Michael Dickinson all had winners
  29. Imply wins Lyphard Stakes, Catalina Cruiser wins G2 True North on Belmont Day, Zipper's Hero rewards breeder Peter Giangiulio
  30. Penn National hosts second round of the MATCH series
  31. Call Paul wins Danzig Stakes, Graham Motion saddled a Canadian Stakes winner and Bernie Houghton has two winners
  32. Amnicalola wins hurdle stakes at Fair Hill, Jack Fisher increased his lead in Trainer, Races Won
  33. Schoodic wins Novice timber at Fair Hill, making it three wins in a row
  34. Explorationist & English Bee win stakes, Graham Motion and Bernie Houghton train winners
  35. Kathy Neilson saddled Pured It to win Radnor Hunt Cup Timber Stakes
  36. Jack Fisher has strong contender in Radnor's timber stakes, Alwaysmining goes for 6th stakes win in Preakness and Sheppard & Motion have winners
  37. Jack Fisher wins four at Iroquois including G1 Stakes with Scorpiancer
  38. Mark Beecher rides one and trains one to wins at Willowdale Steeplechase
  39. Fisher and Sheppard have recent winners entered in hurdle and timber races at Willowdale on May 12
  40. Optimus Prime wins the G2 David Semmes Memorial Hurdle, Andi'amu wins the Virginia Gold Cup Timber Stakes
  41. Jonathan Sheppard has impressive Maiden winner at Foxfield
  42. Jack Fisher saddled three winners at Queens Cup, has a stranglehold on Trainer's leads
  43. Senior Senator wins the Maryland Hunt Cup for the third time in extraordinary fashion
  44. Carnival Carl wins Open Timber in a thriller at Fair Hill Point-to-Point
  45. MATCH races at Laurel, Irish Strait and Alwaysmining win stakes
  46. Senior Senator wins the Grand National for the third time
  47. Jack Fisher wins three at Middleburg Spring, including the G2 Temple Gwathmey
  48. The MATCH series of races begins April 20 at Laurel Park
  49. Fair Hill includes Easter activities along with timber, hurdle and flat racing
  50. The Grand National draws a field of 13 top timber horses
  51. Jack Fisher wins 2 at the Manor - leads NSA Trainer standings
  52. Regally Irish wins Bridgetown Stakes, Winx retires a winner
  53. Joe Davies won 3 at Elkridge-Harford while Jimmy Day won 4 at Old Dominion
  54. Joe Davies saddled Hill Tie to win the featured Open Timber at Brandywine Hills Point-to-Point
  55. Orchestra Leader wins in impressive fashion in Camden
  56. Mark Beecher wins three at Green Spring Valley P-to-P
  57. Julie Gomena trained three winners at Orange County
  58. Brandywine Hills Point-to-Point features 5 exciting timber races
  59. Senior Senator won the Cheshire Bowl in a Maryland Hunt Cup preview
  60. Kathy Neilson leads in Trainer, Races won with three wins
  61. Flaming Sword wins for Joy Slater at Piedmont Point-to-Point
  62. Cheshire Point-to-Point draws stellar entries
  63. Hendriks, Poretz and Yeager win the Foxhall Farm Team Chase for Elkridge-Harford
  64. Ricky Hendriks opened the sanctioned steeplechase season at Aiken with three wins
  65. Jonathan Sheppard saddled three winners at Warrenton Point-to-Point
  66. Steeplechasing's spring season begins in Aiken on March 23
  67. An exciting month of Delaware Valley point-to-point racing begins March 24
  68. Australian Supermare Winx Looks Destined for Yet More Success in Sydney
  69. Santa Anita closed to racing and training due to horses' fatalities
  70. New Jersey provided $100 million to horse racing, and immediately betting increased
  71. Optimus Prime and Bedrock top National Steeplechase ratings
  72. Still Having Fun's racing success rewards his dam and breeders
  73. Presenting Percy Could Now Head Straight To Cheltenham Festival
  74. With breeder's rewards money ensured, Pa-breds have a rosy future
  75. Zanjabeel, Unique Bella and Shamrock Rose win Eclipse Awards
  76. Union Rags has two more impressive winners in Spring Lily and Dessman
  77. Tequilita wins G3 Rampart Stakes at Gulfstream
  78. Accelerate Out for Further Glory
  79. N.J. Senate committee clears a bill to give $20 million to horse racing annually
  80. Call Paul and Please Flatter Me win major Pa-bred stakes
  81. Jack Fisher takes both Trainer, Races Won and Money Won titles
  82. Pa-bred Shamrock Rose wins Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Sprint
  83. Joe Davies saddled Stand Down to win the $40,000 Pennsylvania Hunt Cup
  84. Fisher and Sheppard each have three winners at meets on Nov. 3
  85. Three Horses To Watch At The Breeders' Cup Classic
  86. Ricky Hendriks wins with Optimus Prime, moves into first in both Trainer, Races and Money Won
  87. Bernie Houghton saddled Crabcakes to win the Maryland Million Distaff, and Michael Matz saddled Winter Union to win and Tequilita to place second
  88. Beautiful race courses around the world
  89. With Jury Duty, Ricky Hendriks has another top steeplechaser to train
  90. Jack Fisher moves into lead in Trainer, Money Won and is tied with Ricky Hendriks in Trainer, Races Won
  91. Call Paul 3rd in G1 Champagne, Union Strike wins G2 Gallant Bloom, Houghton saddled Plum Pretty winner, Presques Isle Stakes winners
  92. Doc Cebu wins $25,000 Timber race at Shawan Downs
  93. McKinzie wins the G1, $1 Million Pennsylvania Derby, Midnight Bisou wins the Cotillion on a disqualification
  94. Rosbrian's Zanjabeel, trained by Ricky Hendriks, wins $175,000 Lonesome Glory Stakes
  95. Union Rags' get score 7 top finishes in just 6 days
  96. Catholic Boy wins the Travers by four lengths, now a G1 winner on both dirt and turf
  97. Ricky Hendriks saddled two steeplechase stakes winners in two days at Saratoga
  98. Cynthia and Charles McGinnes as breeders and Dale Capuano as trainer each had three wins on Maryland Pride Day, Md.-bred Monte Crista wins Stakes at Saratoga
  99. Md-bred Distant Shore wins, thrilling 75 of the owners who were at the track
  100. Pa-bred Call Paul wins Saratoga Special, Diversify wins Whitney after 45 minute rain delay

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