Articles posted March 12, 2005

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Injustice Doesn't Stop in Azeri BC 'Cap

Injustice Doesn't Stop in Azeri BC 'Cap

Injustice, bought privately last month for a reported $165,000 by Darrell and Evelyn Yates and turned over to Chicago-based trainer Wayne Catalano, paid an immediate dividend by winning the $175,000 Azeri Breeders' Cup (gr. III) gate to wire before a sun-baked crowd of 22,087 Saturday at Oaklawn Park.

Rockport Harbor Suffers Another Setback; May Miss Rebel

Rockport Harbor Suffers Another Setback; May Miss Rebel

Rockport Harbor's rocky road to Louisville continued Saturday when trainer John Servis announced that the undefeated colt has re-aggravated the foot bruise he suffered on Feb. 20. Although he still is on schedule for the March 19 Rebel Stakes (gr. III), Servis won't know for sure until Sunday morning.

Primary Suspect Skates to Toboggan Triumph

Primary Suspect Skates to Toboggan Triumph

Jockey Pablo Fragoso, under instructions from trainer Mark Hennig to stay close to 4-5 favorite Shake You Down, guided Primary Suspect to victory in the 112th running of the $107,100 Toboggan Handicap (gr. III) at Aqueduct Saturday.

Trainer Howard Fined for Procaine Positive

Trainer Neil Howard was fined $1,000 and his Alumni Hall was disqualified from a third-place finish in the Mineshaft Handicap (gr. III) after the horse tested positive for the prohibited drug procaine, Fair Grounds stewards ruled March 10.

TVG to Air Interview With Trainer Jeff Mullins

TVG will present an interview with Southern California-based trainer Jeff Mullins, who became embroiled in controversy resulting from a column written by T.J. Simers of the Los Angeles Times that appeared March 6.

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