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Sunday, March 29, 2020

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Jockey Castellano tested positive for coronovirus but Gulfstream can continue to race

FROM THE Thoroughbred Daily News

By Bill Finley

Hall of Fame jockey Javier Castellano has tested positive for the coronavirus, reports his agent, John Panagot. Castellano is the first North American-based jockey known to have come down with the illness.

JavierCastellanoSusieRaisherNYRAJavierCastellano (Photo by Susie Raisher NYRA)Castellano had been riding at Gulfstream, but Bill Badgett, the executive director of Florida racing operations for The Stronach Group, said that racing will continue at the South Florida racetrack. He said that Castellano has not ridden at Gulfstream since Mar. 15 and was tested on Sunday when he returned to Florida from New York.

“We put protocols in place where no jockey who had been out of town could ride here until they took a physical,” Badgett said. “The physical is where they discovered he had the virus, otherwise he still wouldn’t know that he was positive. The safety of the jockey and everyone else here is our main priority and it’s more important than racing.

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The use of drugs and the number of fatalities in racing in the U.S. versus those in Europe

The arrests of 27 people, including Jason Servis and Jorge Navarro, on Monday, March 9 brought again to the forefront the discussion of the higher number of horse fatalities  in this country as compared to Europe.

Racing generic 2According to the Jockey Club, the fatality rate at racetracks in the U.S. is two and a half to five times greater than the fatality rate in Europe.

Much of the media blames this on the use of drugs in America, but in fact there are a myriad of reasons.

According to many well respected trainers, owners and officials, the difference in breaking, training and racing horses in England and Europe is the biggest difference in fatalities, not drugs.

In this country, almost from the time they are weaned, youngsters, instead of growing up in pastures, are worked in preparation for sales, often being walked on walkers, always to the left.

The they go to the track where they are worked constantly to the left, putting a bigger strain on the legs on that side.

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New York-based trainers support eliminating race-day Lasix

OZONE PARK, N.Y.-- The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) will prohibit the use of Furosemide (Lasix) within 48 hours of racing for all 2-year-olds with the start of juvenile racing in April at Aqueduct Racetrack, ushering in a new era in medication reform.

Racig generic 3Last April, NYRA joined a coalition of leading racing organizations committed to phasing out the use of Lasix.

The initiative will begin this year, with NYRA prohibiting Lasix in all 2-year-old races at all three NYRA tracks across Aqueduct, Belmont Park and Saratoga Race Course.

Beginning in 2021, the same prohibition will extend to all horses participating in stakes races at NYRA tracks.

Coalition racetracks that have signed on to this initiative include all tracks owned or operated by Churchill Downs Incorporated and The Stronach Group as well as Del Mar, Keeneland, Lone Star Park and Remington Park, Los Alamitos Racecourse (Thoroughbred), Oaklawn Park and Tampa Bay Downs.

The coalition tracks represent 86% of the stakes races assigned graded or listed status in the United States in 2018.

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Jonathan Sheppard has two homebred winners at Warrenton

WARRENTON, Va--Jonathan Sheppard had two first time starters, both homebreds, win in 2 mile Hurdle races at Warrenton Point-to-Point on March 14.

jonathonsheppardWillowdaleJonathon SheppardBrevard Place, ridden by Gerard Galligan, won by 3 lengths going away over a field of 11 maidens, finishing in 4:02 3/5.

"He's a nice boy," said Sheppard. "We bred him. He's a useful horse. He's out of a nice mare that I've gotten some winners out of. He's got a little class."

Brevard Place is a 6-year-old by Quality Road out of Lovely Stay, by Flower Alley who won two allowance races on the flat before Sheppard decided to run him over fences.

"Brevard Place is a little green," said assistant trainer Keri Brion who saddled the horse in Sheppard's absence. "This was his first time over fences. He was basically in the race just to school. I told Gerard just to jump the last fence and see where he was. He won easily."

Penitence, also ridden by Galligan, won the second division of the maiden race by 1 1/2 lengths, finishing in 3:52 1/5, the fastest time over the 2 mile course and a full 10 seconds faster than her stablemate.

"I'm taking a bit of a shine to her sire Redeemed," said Sheppard, who has bred a few of his mares to the stallion standing at Northview with good results. "She was a useful filly on the flat."

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Mischevious Alex wins G3 Gotham, gets 50 points for the Kentucky Derby

OZONE PARK, N.Y.--Owned by Pennsylvania based Cash is King Stable and LC Racing, Mischevious Alex won the  G3, $300,000 Gotham by 2 lengths to earn 50 points towards qualifying for the Kentucky Derby.

Mischevious Alex Patricia McQueenMischevious Alex winning the G3 Gotham (Photo by Patricia McQueen)Mischevious Alex was the field's only graded stakes winner, having previously won the G3 Swale Stakes at Gulfstream, and posted his third consecutive victory following a 9 ¾-length victory in the Parx Juvenile in November before starting his sophomore campaign.

Making his first start at a NYRA track, the Into Mischief colt tracked the early speed in fourth under jockey Kendrick Carmouche and took command entering the stretch, completing the one turn mile in 1:38.80.

Chuck Zacney, founder of the Sirrus Group, a regional medical billing company based in Norristown, Pa., is the managing partner of Cash is King.

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Kathy Neilson saddles two winners at Rappahannock

BOSTON, Va.--Kathy Neilson saddled two winners at Rappahannock Hunt Point-to-Point on March 7, including Highway Prince in a very tightly contested Maiden Timber.

Kathy Neilson at ManorKathy Neilson (file photo)Armata Stables' Highway Prince (Ire), ridden by Eddie Keating, was up close throughout the race and just won by a head over G1 hurdle winner Swansea Mile, owned by Rosbrian Farm, trained by Ricky Hendriks and ridden by Archie MacAuley, who was making his first start over timber.

"Highway Prince was a point-to-point winner in Ireland that we got from John Redmond," said Neilson. "He had won a point-to-point on fast ground in Ireland, so we suspected he'd make a good transition to racing here. After the winter, he came around. He's not a very big horse, but he's very athletic."

"I was surprised he won," said Neilson. "I though Ricky's horse was a very nice horse. I was happy for Eddie. That was his first race back after missing all of last fall."

Highway Prince won the 2 1/2 mile race in 5:20 3/5, the fastest time of the day. with Larry Levy's Easy Exit third and First Friday, trained by Doug Fout flying at the end to finish fourth and just miss the win.

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Northeast PA breeders and trainers respond to Gov. Wolf’s plan to fund scholarships by raiding Trust Fund for Breeder Funds

BERKS AND MONROE COUNTIES, Pa--Following Governor Tom Wolf’s visits today to Kutztown and East Stroudsburg Universities, local Pennsylvania residents from Luzerne, Northampton, Wyoming, and Berks Counties spoke out in opposition to his plan to raid $204 million from a trust fund used for horse breeder incentives and racing purses to pay for his new college scholarship plan.

Racing generic 2The money in the fund, which is paid for out of casino slot machine revenues and are not taxpayer dollars, serves as the lifeblood of the state’s horse breeding and racing industry by funding purses and breeder incentives.

The Governor’s proposal would force these individuals to close their farms and small businesses and possibly require them to move to another state.

They represent just a sampling of the more than 20,000 Pennsylvania residents who are employed as a result of the state’s horse breeding and racing industry, which provides a $1.6 billion economic impact and also preserves more than 100,000 acres of open space.

Under the Governor’s proposal, there would be no money left in the Race Horse Development Trust Fund for purses or breeder incentives.

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George Mahoney and trainer Ricky Hendriks have two 2019 top graded winners entered at Rappahannock

BOSTON, Va--The Rappahannock Hunt Point-to-Point, returning to steeplechasing for the first time in 12 years, begins the Virginia circuit on Saturday, March 7.

RappahannockEntries include two national champion owners, two champion trainers and two former national champion riders.

G1 hurdle winner Swansea Mile, owned by George Mahoney's Rosbrian Farm, trained by Ricky Hendriks and ridden by Archie MacAuley, makes his timber debut in the first race, the 2 1/2 mile Maiden Timber, and Cheltenham Festival winner Veneer of Charm, also owned by Rosbrian, opens his 2020 season in the 1 1/4 mile Open Flat race underSara Gartland..

Timber stakes winner Kings Apollo, owned and trained by Sanna Neilson and ridden by her son Parker Hendriks, opens his season in the 1 1/4 mile Maiden Flat race.

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Cheshire and Brandywine to count towards Delaware Valley Point-to-Point Championships

UNIONVILLE, Pa.--The Delaware Valley Point-to-Point Association will still name champions in a number of divisions despite only having the Foxhall Farm Cup Team race and two race meets, the Cheshire Foxhouds and the Brandywine Hills Point-to-Point races.

Cheshire 1Cheshire racesWith Fair Hills undergoing renovations, including a new race track and a new 5* Eventing course, the Fair Hill Point-to-Point had to be cancelled this year.

To be eligible for a championship, horses will have to have competed in at least two of the three meets,

Trophies will be awarded 5, 3, 2, 1 for placement and 1/2 point for each race competed in, with trophies awarded to small, medium and large ponies, novice, ladies, open, foxhunters' and amateur apprentice races with an Overall High Score Horse.

The amateur apprentice race is recognized by the National Steeplechase Association and is open to riders who have reached their 15th birthday.

In addition, there will be leading rider, leading trainer and leading lady rider awards as well as the Robert McG. Tindle Perpetual Award to the person who has contributed the most to the Association.

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While Pa. fights Governor's attempt to steal horsemen's fund, Md. organizes $389 million remake of Laurel and Pimlico

HARRISBURG, Pa.--While the Pennsylvania Horse Breeders Assocation fights Pa. Governor Tom Wolf's illegal effort to raid the Race Horse Development Trust Fund for $200 million, Maryland is forging ahead, not only with its own excellent breeders awards but also with a $389 million aid package that would revamp both Laurel and Pimlico racetracks and keep the Preakness Stakes in Baltimore.

Racig generic 3Wolf's proposal isn't legal, as it violates a trust fund created by the legislature in 2017, therefore it is going nowhere, but just the fact that he is trying to take the funds has negative consequences.

It calls into question the long-term viability and fiscal security of the state’s breeding program just days before the start of breeding season on Feb. 15.

The PHBA has reached out to all breeders to contact their congressmen to forcefully rebuke Wolf's proposal within the next few days and weeks, otherwise owners may choose to breed in other states where there is more economic certainty about the health of the industry, resulting in significant financial losses for Pennsylvania breeders.

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Michael Matz has a nice Allowance winner at Gulfstream while Bernie Houghton saddled four winners, all for family, at Penn National

HALLANDALE BEACH, Fla.--Michael Matz saddled Amy N. Moore's Beale Street to win a $51,000, 1 3/16 mile Allowance race on the turf at Gulfstream Park by 1/2 length on Feb. 23.

Beale Street winsBeale Street winning at Gulfstream"I was pleased with her," said Matz. "She's probably run about 10 times, and she's been pretty consistent."

Beale Street has run 10 times with two firsts, two seconds and four thirds and earnings of $98.970.

"This was the first time we stretched her out," said Matz. "Maybe we'll  stretch her out again. Johnny (Valazques, her jockey at Gulfstream) said she could run all day. Maybe we'll try a stakes at Keeneland. There's a 1 1/2 mile stakes there at the end of the meet. We'll take a look at the entries and see how she'll fit there.

"She's a nicely bred filly," said Matz. "If we can put some black type on her, she would be worth quite a bit of money."

Beale Street is a 4-year-old filly by Quality Road out of Striking Tomisue, by Smart Strike.

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Mean Mary wins the La Prevoyante Stakes at Gulfstream

HALLANDALE BEACH--Graham Motion saddled Alex G. Campbell, Jr.'s homebred Mean Mary to win the $200,000, 1 1/4 mile La Prevoyante Stakes on the turf at Gulfstream Park on Jan. 25.

Mean MaryMean Mary (Photo by Adam  Coglianese)Leading every step of the way, Mean Mary, ridden by Luis Saez, set slow fractions of 25.48, 51.60, 1:17.34 and 1:42.59 and had plenty left at the end to win by 5 lengths.

The announcer on TVG blamed the other nine jockeys for allowing Saez to get away with a crawling pace that let Mean Mary get away with an easy win.

"It looked like it was going to set up that way," said Motion. "There wasn't any other pace in the race."

"I'm not going to be in any hurry to run her back," said Motion. "She's had a bit of a campaign. I may put her away for awhile. I'd like to have her for a big summer and fall campaign in those bigger races. I think she could be competitive in that division."

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Winston C. trained by Jonathan Sheppard, wins the Eclipse Award

WEST GROVE, Pa.--Hudson River Farms’ Winston C, trained by Jonathan Sheppard to easily wIn Saratoga Race Course’s two G1 jump races, was honored Thursday evening with the Eclipse Award as North America’s champion steeplechase horse in 2019.

Winston C leads Vosne Romanee to wire in Smithwick 5Winston C leads Vosne Romanee to the wire in the G1 Smithwick (Photo by Tod Marks)An Irish-bred gelding by Galileo’s son Rip Van Winkle, Winston C won over two other G1 winners: Michael Buckley’s Brain Power, who came from England to win Far Hills’ Grand National, but only ran that one time in this country, and Bruton Street-US’s Scorpiancer, the 2017 Eclipse Award champion who won the Calvin Houghland Iroquois for a second time but didn't run in Saratoga and finished behind Winston C in the Lonesome Glory.

Winston C and other Thoroughbred champions were honored at the 49th annual Eclipse Awards dinner at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, Fla.

Accepting the Eclipse Award was Hudson River Farms owner Edward P. Swyer, who was accompanied by Sheppard’s assistant, Keri Brion, jockey Thomas Garner, and National Steeplechase Association director Eve Ledyard.

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Motion and Houghton have winners

WESTCHASE, Fla.--Graham Motion had three winners. including two allowances races, while Bernie Houghton saddled two winners, including a homebred for his mother Betsy.

Graham Motion breeders cupGraham Motion with his 2019 Breeders' Cup trophy (Photo by Patricia  McQueen)Motion saddled Alex Campbell's homebred Bye Bye Melvin to win a $75,000, 1 mile turf Allowance race at Tampa Bay Downs by 3/4 length on Jan. 8.

"He's won back to back races now," said Motion. "He'll probably run next in a stakes at Tampa. His sister is Mean Mary, who just won an allowance race at Gulfstream, and she'll race next in the La Preveyante Stakes at Gulfstream."

Bye Bye Melvin, by Uncle Mo, broke his maiden at Tampa on Dec. 7 and now has two wins and a third from five starts and $32,840.

Calumet Farm's homebred Bee Catcher won a $50.000, 1 mile turf Maiden race at Gulfstream Park by 1 length on Jan. 18."He's a nice  little horse," said Motion. "He's bred closely to English Bee, who was a graded stakes winner for me. He's improved a little every time I've run him."

Bee Catcher now has one win, one second and one third from four starts and $43,400.

Earle I Mack LLC's homebred Robin Hood won a $29,667. 1 mile Starter Optional Claiming race at Laurel Park by 1/2 length on Jan. 16.

"He's a useful horse," said Motion. "He had throat issues, and he had throat surgery. This was an easier spot for him. He's been pretty consistent since he had the throat surgery."

Robin Hood has three wins, one second and three thirds from 13 starts and $86,475  in earnings.

 

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George Mahoney's Global Freedom is the 3-year-old steeplechase champion

BALTIMORE, Md.--Global Freedom, owned by Geroge Mahoney's Rosbrian Farm, shipped in from Ireland to secure a victory in Far Hills’ Gladstone Stakes for leading Irish trainer Gordon Elliott and was honored as the 3-year-old champion steeplechaser on Jan. 16.

Scorpiancer and Moscato by Sam RobinsonScorpiancer and Moscato, a painting by Sam RobinsonThe champions of 2019 were all honored Thursday evening at the annual Steeplechase Awards Dinner and Dance, sponsored by the National Steeplechase Association and the Steeplechase Owners and Trainers Association and held at the Maryland Club in Baltimore.

"Global Freedom  is on vacation now," said Mahoney. "He's at Ricky Hendrik's farm, and he'll be trained by Ricky next year. He'll start back up in the spring."

"Ricky spent a week in Ireland at Gordon Elliott's farm a couple of weeks ago." said Mahoney. "Gordon has over 200 horses in training. He won four races at one meet the first day Ricky arrived."

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

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