Keyword: Nothing to Lose

  • Grade I Winner Nothing to Lose Retired

    Ken and Sarah Ramsey, owners of Ramsey Farm near Nicholasville, Ky., have retired their homebred grade I winner Nothing to Lose from racing.

  • Leroidesanimaux runs to victory in the Citation Handicap at Hollywood Park.

    Leroidesanimaux Conquers All in Citation

    The Brazilian-bred Leroidesanimaux, who set a track record at Saturday's 1 1/16-mile distance on the Hollywood Park turf May 1, proved it was no fluke with a determined victory in the $400,000 Citation Handicap (gr. IT).

  • Bobby Frankel set to take Hollywood (Park) by storm.

    Frankel Rolling Out 10 for Turf Festival

    Trainer Bobby Frankel has 10 probable starters lined up for this year's Hollywood Park Turf Festival, the 14th edition of the six-race $1.75 million series of grass races Nov. 26-28.

  • Nothing to Lose joins Roses in May and Kitten's Joy to give Ramsey Farm a triple threat at this year's Breeders' Cup.

    Ramseys Have Nothing to Lose on Cup Day

    Nothing to Lose dominated the $600,000 Shadwell Turf Mile (gr. IT) Saturday at Keeneland to give owner/breeders Kenneth L. and Sarah K. Ramsey a third contender for the Breeders' Cup World Championships to be held in three weeks at Lone Star Park near Dallas.

  • Perfect Soul Going for Third Keeneland Stakes Win

    Perfect Soul, who has lived up to part of his name at Keeneland, will try to extend his perfect mark at the Lexington track as he takes on eight rivals in Saturday's Shadwell Turf Mile Stakes (gr. IT) under jockey Edgar Prado.

  • Bellamy Road will face the two horses he defeated in this Cradle victory in Lane's End Breeders' Futurity.

    Cradle 1, 2, 3 Meet Again in Breeders' Futurity

    The first three finishers in the River Downs' Miller Genuine Draft Cradle Stakes (gr. III)--Bellamy Road, Diamond Isle, and Scipion--are slated to meet again Saturday in Keeneland's $400,000 Lane's End Breeders' Futurity (gr. I). The Breeders' Futurity, along with the Shadwell Turf Mile (gr. IT) highlight day two of Keeneland's Fallstars Allstars weekend.

  • Nothing to Lose outruns Silver Tree in the stretch to take the Fourstardave, Saturday at Saratoga.

    Nothing to Lose Trims Silver Tree in 'Dave

    Nothing to Lose, guided by John Velazquez through a couple of narrow gaps in the stretch, squeezed through along the hedge close to home and went on to a narrow victory over Silver Tree in the $200,000 Fourstardave Handicap (gr. IIT) on the Saratoga turf Saturday.

  • Christine's Outlaw Takes Aim at Fourstardave

    Christine's Outlaw, a winner of two of three races since trainer George Weaver switched the 4-year-old to the grass, is one of the favorites for Saturday's $200,000 Fourstardave Handicap (gr. IIT) on the Saratoga outer turf course at 1 1/16 miles.

  • Silver Tree captures the Bernard Baruch Handicap, Friday at Saratoga Race Course.

    Silver Tree Gives Mott, Bailey Baruch Victory

    Jockey Jerry Bailey and trainer Bill Mott, once the hottest combination on the national stage, still form a powerful duo in the Bernard Baruch Handicap. They won the $150,000 event for the fifth time in seven years when Silver Tree prevailed over even-money favorite Nothing to Lose on a yielding Saratoga turf course Friday.

  • Schulhofer Has Pair in Bernard Baruch

    William Sorokolit Sr.'s Union Place, and Blue Sky Farm and Fred Martin's Irish Colonial make trainer Randy Shulhofer a double threat for Friday's feature at Saratoga, the $150,000 Bernard Baruch Handicap (gr. IIT). The nine-furlong feature has drawn a field of eight, with Nothing to Lose the 117-pound highweight.

  • Draw May Spell Trouble for Meteor Storm

    Meteor Storm, the morning line favorite in a field of 12 entered for Saturday's $750,000 United Nations (gr. IT) at Monmouth Park, must overcome the extreme outside post.

  • Field Appears Wide Open in Mervin Muniz

    Team Block's Mystery Giver is the 120-pound highweight in a wide-open field of ten turf specialists entered in the $500,000 Mervin G. Muniz Jr. Memorial Handicap (gr. IIT) at Fair Grounds Sunday.

  • Locals Look Strong In Muniz Memorial Handicap

    A full field is expected for Sunday's grade II $500,000 Mervin H. Muniz Jr. Memorial Handicap at Fair Grounds, and the locally based contingent should be well represented with eight possible entrants.

  • Sweet Return's Thievery Rewarded Again

    Seven weeks after stealing the Hollywood Derby (gr. IT), Red Oak Stable's Sweet Return employed similar front-running tactics in Monday's $150,000 San Marcos (gr. IIT) at Santa Anita with the same result: a gate-to-wire victory.

  • San Marcos, Santa Ynez Top 'Anita Holiday Bill

    A classy field of 11 three-year-old fillies and nine turf marathoners head two highly competitive stakes races at Santa Anita Park on a special day of racing Monday, Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

  • NOTHING TO LOSE

    Bay colt, foaled January 26, 2000<br>Sky Classic-Cherlindrea, by Clever Trick

  • Nothing to Lose Faces Full Field in Palm Beach

    Nothing to Lose, unbeaten since moving to the grass, and Hypnotist, a colt who has already won at Gulfstream Park, head a full field entered in Friday's $100,000 Palm Beach Stakes (gr. IIIT) for 3-year-olds at 1 1/8 mile on the turf.

  • Stakes Debut Successful for Nothing To Lose

    Favored Nothing To Lose, with Jerry Bailey riding, unleashed a strong drive to overtake the leaders in midstretch and go on to a 1 3/4-length victory in Wednesday's $100,000 Tropical Park Derby (gr. IIIT) at Calder Race Course.

  • Millenium Storm, winning the Mecke Stakes at Calder on Nov. 30.

    Tropical Park Derby, Oaks Top New Year's Day Card at Calder

    The first 'Derby' and 'Oaks' races for newly-turned 3-year-olds on the North American racing calendar will be contested Wednesday, New Year's Day, at Calder Racecourse with renewals of $100,000 companion events on turf.