Graded stakes winner Reba's Gold has been retired and will stand the 2005 breeding season at owner Alex Trebek's Creston Farms at a fee to be determined.
- By Jack Shinar
California Thoroughbred owner and breeder Michael Power is charged with one felony count of theft in connection with the sale of a horse that his accuser claims was never delivered.
Reba's Gold is a tough old veteran who trainer Dan Hendricks hopes is peaking just at the right time to spring an upset in the $400,000 Californian Stakes (gr. II) Saturday at 1 1/8 miles.
Grade II winner Worldly Manner, who was bought in training as a 2-year-old by Godolphin for a reported $5 million in 1998, will stand the 2003 season at Alex Trebek's Creston Farms near Creston, Calif.
California stallion and grade I winner Siberian Summer will be relocated to Alex Trebek's Creston Farms near Creston, Calif.
Creston Farms' favored Reba's Gold took control in the stretch and went on to capture the $100,000 Ralph M. Hinds Pomona Invitational on the final day of the Los Angeles County Fair at Fairplex Park Sunday.
Globalize, whose big win came in last year's Turfway Spiral Stakes (gr. II), will enter stud at Alex Trebek's Creston Farms near Creston, Calif.
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