Articles posted February 28, 2003

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Luvah Girl Nips Katdogwan in La Habra

English-bred Luvah Girl wore down Himalayan in the stretch run and held off a flying Katdogawn by a head to capture Friday's $110,800 La Habra Stakes for 3-year-old fillies by a head at Santa Anita Park.

Ex-Trainer Tommy Pascuma Dead

Former trainer Tommy Pascuma, who in later years worked as an assistant to Hall of Fame trainer Phil Johnson, John Parisella and John Hertler, passed away Thursday after a long illness. He was 67.

Jockey Steiner to Undergo Surgery

Jockey Joe Steiner, reached by phone Friday morning at Arcadia Methodist Hospital where he is recovering from injuries suffered in a spill in Wednesday's sixth race, said he was scheduled to undergo surgery at 5 p.m.

Scientific Games' 4Q Revenue Up 10%

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Scientific Games Corp. announced fourth quarter financial results (year ending Dec. 31, 2002) Feb. 28 and reported a 10% gain in revenue for the quarter.

California Trainers Face Workers' Comp Decision

California Thoroughbred trainers who have not switched their workers' compensation insurance coverage to private carrier American International Group can do so March 1, but the broker who helped negotiate the industry's deal with the insurance giant doesn't think there'll be much, if any, response.

Tommy Pascuma Dead at 67

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Former trainer Tommy Pascuma, who in later years worked as an assistant to Hall of Fame trainer Phil Johnson, John Parisella, and John Hertler, passed away Feb. 27 after a long illness. He was 67.

Adena Springs Turf Preview Cancelled

Due to heavy rains in the Ocala, Fla. area, the Adena Springs video preview was cancelled Friday morning and has been rescheduled for Friday, March 7 at 9 a.m.,

Changes Can Give NTRA More Political Punch

The National Thoroughbred Racing Association has reorganized its political and fund-raising initiatives into two operations: the NTRA Legislative Action Campaign and the NTRA Political Action Committee.

Millionaire Repent Retired

Select Stable's Repent, who won four graded stakes, has been retired from racing because of problems associated with an injured tendon.

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