Headlines for Tuesday, May 20, 2003

  • Bob Gaudio Dead

    Bob Gaudio, a founding partner of the Ocala Breeders' Sales Company, died May 10 in Miami

  • Bob Gaudio Dead

    Bob Gaudio, a founding partner of the Ocala Breeders' Sales Company, died May 10 in Miami

  • That's Mr. Preakness (Pt. 2)

    When he was 12, Lang remembers standing on the roof of the jocks' room watching the Seabiscuit/War Admiral match race. "I can close my eyes and see that race like it was run yesterday," Lang said.

  • Chick "Mr. Preakness" Lang

    That's Mr. Preakness

    It was Derby Week 1961. Thousands of people were gathered along Broadway to witness the annual Kentucky Derby Parade. This year, however, they were in for a big surprise. Unbeknownst to them, high above the parade, an aerial attack unlike anything they'd ever seen was about to commence.

  • Hawk Wing Heads Vodafone Coronation Cup List

    A total of 24 horses remain in the 2003 renewal of the £300,000 Vodafone Coronation Cup after today's forfeit stage, with the Aidan O'Brien-trained Hawk Wing heading the list. Hawk Wing began the season with an 11-length win in the May 17 Juddmonte Lockinge Stakes (Eng-I) over a mile at Newbury.

  • Ray Paulick<br>Editor-in-chief

    New York State of Mind

    When New York-bred Funny Cide goes for a Triple Crown sweep in the Belmont Stakes, the sport of kings will be the king of sports in the Big Apple and throughout the Empire State.

  • Written in Darkness

    <i>By Gary West</i> -- When Jose Santos and Funny Cide left behind their rivals at Pimlico, and left even further behind the suggestions of impropriety, the jockey stood in the irons and kissed his right hand. He flashed the victory sign, and then he opened his hand to the world, as if to show again that it held nothing.

  • Holbrook Captured After Story Airs on TV Program

    Roger Dale Holbrook, on the run since November 2002 when his ex-wife, Barbara, was found slain at her Indiana home, was captured just hours after his story appeared May 17 on <i>America's Most Wanted</i>, the Cincinnati <i>Enquirer</i> reported.

  • Too Late Now Gets There on Time in Selene Stakes

    Too Late Now stamped herself as a major contender for next month's Labatt Woodbine Oaks with a strong showing in Monday's $277,750 Selene Stakes at Woodbine Racecourse in Canada.