Headlines for Wednesday, January 15, 2003

  • Printemps Returns to Winning Way in Paseana

    Amerman racing Stables' Printemps, who had been chasing graded stakes competition without success in her last seven races, found the restricted Paseana Handicap to her liking at Santa Anita Wednesday.

  • San Miguel Stakes winner Omega Code could have a new owner soon.

    Omega Code's Connections Consider Sale

    Omega Code, an authoritative one-length winner of Sunday's $107,800 San Miguel Stakes (gr. III) for 3-year-olds at six furlongs, could have a new owner soon.

  • Elloluv Won't See Composure in Santa Ynez

    Elloluv won't be overlooked in the wagering when she runs in Monday's $150,000 Santa Ynez Stakes (gr. II) for 3-year-old fillies going seven furlongs at Santa Anita.

  • Peers Pay Tribute to Eddie Delahoussaye

    Backstretch peers at Santa Anita expressed praise for the man known as "Eddie D" Wednesday, two days after the 51-year-old Hall of Fame jockey Eddie Delahoussaye announced his retirement from racing.

  • Aisle to Ellsmere in Pennsylvania

    Aisle, a 4-year-old son of Pulpit and half-brother to stakes winners Hitch and Thread, will enter stud at Chris Modlin and Dr. Flint Stites' Ellsmere Farm

  • Rock of Gibraltar, topped the International Classifications.

    Rock of Gibraltar Tops International Classifications

    Rock of Gibraltar, a finalist for Horse of the Year honors in the U.S. on the basis of a runner-up effort in the Breeders' Cup Mile, has been rated the top horse on the International Classifications released in London, England on Wednesday.

  • Kentucky OKs Study of Out-of-Competition Testing

    The Kentucky Racing Commission has decided to form a committee to explore the testing of horses on days they're not scheduled to race. The decision stems from an earlier classification of erythropoeitin and the process of blood-doping as a prohibited practice.

  • Time Bandit's Fee Reduced

    Graded stakes winner Time Bandit, who stands at Firal Ryder's Ryder's River Ridge Farm near Natchitoches, La., had his fee reduced