Keyword: Henry Dominguez

  • Lord Nelson

    Lord Nelson, Competitive Edge in Pat Day Mile

    Trainer Bob Baffert's rich 3-year-old bench players Lord Nelson and Gimme Da Lute top a solid field of eight entered in the $200,000 Pat Day Mile (at Churchill Downs May 2 that also drew grade I winner Competitive Edge.

  • Global Stage and Forest Mouse finished 1-2 in the Veteran Stakes at Zia Park.

    Ten Set for Zia Park Distance Championship

    Global Stage and Forest Mouse, the first two finishers in the Veteran Stakes at Zia Park, head the field for the $200,000 Zia Park Distance Championship Dec. 3, the richest Thoroughbred race of the season at Hobbs, N.M.

  • Isn't He Clever

    Asmussen Gets Isn't He Clever

    Sunland Derby (gr. III) runner-up Isn't He Clever, most recently eighth in the Arkansas Derby (gr. I), has been transferred to trainer Steve Amussen, according to owner J. Kirk Robison.

  • Isn't He Clever

    Two Added to Arkansas Derby Probable Field

    New Mexico-based Isn't He Clever and the Todd Pletcher-trained Heavy Breathing were added to the mix for the $1 million Arkansas Derby (gr. I) when nominations closed with 97 horses being made eligible for the race.

  • Isn't He Clever won the Borderland Derby on February 25.

    Isn't He Clever Defends Turf in Sunland Derby

    There's something special about defending your home turf against an army of formidable invaders, and Isn't He Clever and trainer Henry Dominguez will get that chance in the $800,000 Sunland Derby (gr. III) March 25.

  • Castaway is one of two entrants in the Sunland Derby for trainer Bob Baffert.

    Top Barns to Battle in Sunland Derby

    One need only scan the names of multiple Eclipse Award-winning trainers Bob Baffert, Todd Pletcher, and Steve Asmussen to realize that in 2012, New Mexico's $800,000 Sunland Derby (gr. III) has come of age.

  • Isn't He Clever surges to victory in the Borderland Derby.

    Isn't He Clever Feeling at Home in Borderland

    Isn't He Clever happily returned to New Mexico for trainer Henry Dominguez, where he produced a sharp 1 3/4-length tally in the $150,000 Borderland Derby at Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino Feb. 25.

  • Isn't He Clever returns to New Mexico for the Borderland Derby.

    Isn't He Clever Favored in Borderland Derby

    Isn't He Clever, returning to New Mexico after a fourth-place finish in the Robert B. Lewis Stakes (gr. II) at Santa Anita earlier this month, heads a field of seven entered for Sunland Park's $150,000 Borderland Derby.

  • Plum Pretty in the Sunland Park Oaks.

    Plum Pretty Squishes Sunland Oaks Foes by 25

    Plum Pretty, shipping from Southern California for trainer Bob Baffert, humbled five rivals by a Rachel Alexandra-like 25 lengths as the 1-20 favorite in the $200,000 Sunland Park Oaks in New Mexico March 27.

  • Henry Dominguez, trainer of Storming Saint and Raise the Bridle

    Five Questions: Henry Dominguez

    Trainer ran two 3-year-olds in the Feb. 27 Borderland Derby at Sunland Park. Raise the Bar finished first, but was DQ'd to second behind his other colt, Storming Saint. It was 8 3/4 lengths back to the third-placed runner.

  • Storming Saint (left) finished second in the Borderland Derby, but was awarded the victory via disqualification.

    Storming Saint Elevated to Borderland Win

    Trainer Henry Dominguez was the only one not sweating out the inquiry following the $100,000 Borderland Derby since he saddled both Storming Saint, the eventual winner, and Raise the Bridle, whose neck victory was overturned.

  • Rapper S S wears down Yonegwa to take the Riley Allison Futurity at Sunland Park.

    Rapper S S Sinks Yonegwa at Sunland

    Rapper S S wore down the 4-5 favorite Yonegwa in the final furlong to capture the $105,950 Riley Allison Futurity at Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino on Dec. 30.

  • Song of Navarone, with Victor Espinoza aboard, wins the WinStar Derby Sunday at New Mexico's Sunland Park.

    Song of Navarone Whistles Home in WinStar Derby

    A slightly wide trip proved to be no problem for Song of Navarone, who ditched his rivals when urged home by jockey Victor Espinoza and tallied his first stakes win in the rich $600,000 WinStar Derby Sunday at Sunland Park in New Mexico.

  • Speedy Falcon on Railbird Perch

    Speedy Falcon and Aspen Gal, a pair of 3-year-old fillies who have dominated stakes opposition in the Midwest and Southwest, seek graded stakes stature on Sunday in Hollywood Park's $100,000 Railbird Stakes (gr. III) at seven furlongs.

  • Sunland Ends Meet on High Note

    Sunland Park closed out its 2003-2004 season April 11 on a high note, with across the board increases, including establishing a new record for total amount handled in one day ($2,194,229) on Feb. 3. The track also established a record of 21 days where more than $1 million was handled.

  • Speedy Falcon Flies to WinStar Oaks Win

    Sprinter Speedy Falcon, making her first start around two turns, got loose on the front end and ran her foes ragged in the stretch, romping home in the $260,193 WinStar Sunland Park Oaks in New Mexico by six lengths.