Horseman Anderson Registers 1,000th Training Win

Multiple stakes winner Anderson has been training horses since 1980.

Horseman Bruce D. Anderson secured the 1,000th training win of his career June 12 when his homebred Sisters for Ever rallied from last in a field of eight to win the sixth race at Finger Lakes racetrack.

Jody Anderson's Sisters for Ever, bred in New York by Bruce Anderson, won her career debut in Monday's $12,500 maiden claiming race. With Joshua Navarro in the irons, Sisters for Ever completed the six-furlong test in 1:15.55.

Multiple stakes winner Anderson has been training horses since 1980. Through June 12 he had 1,000 wins from 6,880 starts and earnings of $9,287,717.

Sisters for Ever is a 3-year-old daughter of Encaustic—Dancing Timber, by Prime Timber.