Keyword: Oak Tree

  • Ghazi to Oak Tree in Minnesota

    Grade I winner Ghazi, sire of 10 stakes winners, will be relocated to Buck and Karen Wheeler's Oak Tree Farms near Ellendale, Minn.

  • Adelphia to Launch TVG in California

    TVG, the 24-hour interactive horse racing network, announced Wednesday its television network will be included in the digital cable television service for select Los Angeles area cable systems owned and operated by Adelphia Communications.

  • By The Numbers, Oak Tree Meet Stands Tall

    Numbers in most categories were up during the Oak Tree Racing Association meet that concluded Nov. 5 at Santa Anita Park. Total, in-state, and out-of-state handle were up from the corresponding meet in 2000.

  • Startac, tops Oak Tree Derby field.

    Nine Entered for Oak Tree Derby

    A field of nine, headed by grade I winner Startac, was entered Thursday for Saturday's grade II Oak Tree Derby at Santa Anita.

  • One Winning Ticket on Keeneland-Oak Tree Pick Four

    There was one winning $1 ticket worth $73,124.50 on Sunday's Keeneland-Oak Tree Pick Four wager that consisted of picking the winners of two stakes at Keeneland and two stakes at Santa Anita Park. The winning numbers were 3-10-5-

  • Habibti Drills Bullet for Oak Leaf

    The Thoroughbred Corp.'s Habibti showed her readiness for Sunday's Oak Leaf Stakes (gr. I) at Oak Tree Tuesday morning with a five-furlong drill in :58 4/5.

  • No Breeders' Cup for Santa Anita? Magna Says Not Surprising

    Santa Anita may withdraw as the host for the 2002 Breeders' Cup because of construction plans. The news has frustrated Oak Tree Racing Association officials, who conduct racing at the Arcadia, Calif., track in the fall. An executive with racetrack owner Magna Entertainment said the news should not surprise anyone since construction plans have been discussed for months.

  • It's Official: Santa Anita to Host 2002 Cup

    The Oak Tree Racing Association at Santa Anita Park has been officially selected as host site for the 2002 Breeders' Cup Championship. The Breeders' Cup board of directors made the announcement after a meeting Friday.

  • Magna-NTRA Deal Could Lead to Cup for Oak Tree

    Now that Magna Entertainment has reached a membership agreement with the National Thoroughbred Racing Association, the Breeders' Cup championship day races are destined for the Oak Tree meet at Santa Anita. "I've been meeting with the Breeders' Cup, and there's another meeting scheduled soon," Sherwood Chillingworth, executive vice president of the Oak Tree Racing Association told the Los Angeles Times. "We hope to get the date and we're very optimistic."

  • Jockey Alex Solis guides Sign of Hope to the winner's circle after winning the Oak Tree Derby Saturday at Santa Anita Park.

    Sign of Hope Rallies for Oak Tree Derby Win

    Relatively Stable's Sign of Hope came off the rail in the stretch and rallied to catch pacesetter David Copperfield three jumps from the wire to win the $250,000 Oak Tree Derby (gr. IIT) Saturday at Oak Tree at Santa Anita. Under a well-timed ride from Alex Solis, Sign of Hope completed the 1 1/8 miles in 1:47.71 over firm turf.

  • Kona Gold Sprints to Ancient Title Win

    Kona Gold settled behind This Tune Can Hum through the early going before rallying to win the $196,498 Ancient Title Breeders' Cup Handicap (gr. II) by three lengths Saturday at Santa Anita. Under Alex Solis, Kona Gold completed the six furlongs in 1:08.11, the fastest six furlongs of the current Santa Anita meet.

  • Mash One Defends Title in Clement Hirsch

    Mash One, sidelined since winning the Oak Tree Turf Championship Handicap (gr. IT) at Santa Anita last October, returned to successfully defend his title in the race now known as the Clement L. Hirsch Memorial Turf Championship (gr. IT).

  • Flame Thrower, under jockey Corey Nakatani, winning the Best Pal Stakes.

    Flame Thrower, Street Cry Work Toward Norfolk

    The likely favorites for Saturday's $200,000 Norfolk Stakes (gr. II) at Santa Anita put in works at the track on Monday. The one-mile race should help to sort out the West Coast contingent for the Breeders' Cup Juvenile (gr. I).