Jockey Steve Hamilton earned the first victory of his comeback from retirement, piloting owner/trainer Robert Vukelic's Bo Vuk to a 4 3/4-length victory in the third race at Laurel Park.
- Dark Bay or Brown Gelding
- Born 2006
Hall of Fame jockey Gary Stevens rode the first winner of his newly-launched comeback Jan. 12, getting the job done aboard Glen Hill Farm's Branding at Santa Anita Park.
After a 7 1/2-month layup following the Kentucky Derby, runner returns in a Dec. 19 allowance at Gulfstream with an eye on the $500,000 Donn Handicap (gr. I).
The brilliant 3-year-olds both ran huge in their comebacks last weekend read blog
- By Claire Novak
Late last night, in a $14,000 claiming race at the Meadowlands, Red Oak Stable's Missed The Prom sailed to an eight length win under a jockey who had not won a race since 1998. As the Greg Sacco trainee was led into the winners' circle, his rider couldn't help breathing a sigh of relief. It had taken nine years to reach this place, and the sweetness of the moment was overwhelming. Herb McCauley's comeback was complete.
|Trainer||J. Michael Baird|
|Jockey||T. D. Houghton|
|Owner||Wade M. Wacker|
|Breeder||Kenneth L. Ramsey & Sarah K. Ramsey|
|Comeback View Five-Cross Pedigree||Cryptoclearance||Fappiano|
|Heavenly Glory||Honour and Glory|
|Roses From Heaven|
|Sale / Hip||Type||Buyer||Consignor||Price|
|Yearling||Charles Simon, agent||Ramsey Farm, agent||$5,500|
|Lookin At Lee|
|Irish War Cry|