People rushed into the winner's circle, chanting "Venezuela, Venezuela," and waving that South American country's flags after Stud Jabces' Heisenberg won the 44th Clasico Internacional del Caribe (Pan-I) Dec. 11 in Panama.
Comma to the Top, on the comeback trail for trainer Peter Miller, picked up his first win since last year's CashCall Futurity (gr. I) in an allowance test at Hollywood Park Dec. 11.
Hall of Fame trainer Jerry Hollendorfer hopes the formula that enabled Killer Graces to win the Hollywood Starlet (gr. I) works again with Rousing Sermon in the $750,000 CashCall Futurity (gr. I) Dec. 17 at Hollywood Park.
Weemissfrankie, who finished fourth as the favorite in the Hollywood Starlet (gr. I) Dec. 10, suffered a non-displaced condylar fracture to her right front leg and was scheduled to undergo surgery the following day.
Simon Burgess interviews Casper Fownes, winning trainer of Lucky Nine. Sponsored by AmWest watch video
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Simon Burgess interviews Matthew Chadwick, winning jockey of Californian Memory. Sponsored by AmWest watch video
Simon Burgess talks with jockey Craig Williams, after his winning ride on Dunaden in the 2011 Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Vase. Sponsored by AmWest Watch Video
Simon Burgess talks with jockey Craig Williams, after his winning ride on Dunaden in the 2011 Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Vase.
Haynesfield, winner of the 2010 Jockey Club Gold Cup Stakes (gr. I), will stand at Brereton and Elizabeth Jones' Airdrie Stud near Midway, Ky.
Joie de Vivre, half sister to multiple grade I winner Buena Vista, claimed her first grade I title in the $1.5 million Hanshin Juvenile Fillies.
It was a good day for the home team in the Cathay Pacific Hong Kong International Races Dec. 11 as locally based horses won three of the four features.
Ted's Folly, the only Oklahoma-bred in the field of 2-year-olds for the $315,000 Remington Springboard Mile, finished with a rush to post his sixth consecutive victory on closing night at Remington Park Dec. 10.
An effective training regimen is crucial for all equine athletes. One program used with racehorses, for instance, is high-intensity intermittent training (HIIT), where horses run at near top speed for short periods and then are given rest periods between sprints. How exactly trainers should implement HIIT, however, can be tricky business.
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Simon Burgess talks with trainer Rod Collet, whose filly Sahpresa runs in the Hong Kong Mile. Sponsored by AmWest Watch Video
Simon Burgess interviews Matthew Chadwick, winning jockey of Californian Memory.Sponsored by AmWest Entertainment
Simon Burgess interviews Mikel Dezagles, winning trainer of Dunaden.Sponsored by AmWest
Simon Burgess interviews Casper Fownes, winning trainer of Lucky NineSponsored by AmWest
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