Keyword: Ohio-breds

  • Mo Dont No wins July 4 Cleveland Gold Cup

    Mo Dont No Solves Cleveland Gold Cup

    Loooch Racing Stables' Mo Dont No, sixth of 10 in his first start around two turns in the Ohio Derby in open company, wheeled back a week and two days later to easily capture the $75,000 Daniel Stearns Cleveland Gold Cup July 4 at Thistledown.

  • Dubacious Leads Way in Best of Ohio Endurance

    Loooch Racing Stable's Dubacious, sent to the lead in the opening quarter of a mile, led throughout to score a one-length victory in the $150,000 Best of Ohio Endurance Oct. 10 at ThistleDown.

  • Hollywood Gaming at Mahoning Valley Race Course

    OH Thoroughbred Tracks Seek 293 Dates in 2015

    Ohio's three Thoroughbred racetracks have applied for a combined 293 racing days for 2015. There would be no overlap between ThistleDown Racino and Mahoning Valley Race Course, which are located not that far apart.

  • King of the Roxy Wins First Start at 'Home'

    Team Valor Stables' Ohio-bred King of the Roxy, voted Ohio Horse of the Year in 2007, made his first start in his home state a winning one Aug. 28 when he captured the $50,000 Honey Jay Stakes at Thistledown.

  • Marble Cliff coasts home at Mountaineer the evening of Feb. 28

    Marble Cliff Wins--Fair and Square

    Marble Cliff, the Ohio-bred turned Kentucky-bred stripped of stakes wins in 2008 after a racing commission investigation, finally got his first "official" victory--in West Virginia.

  • Marble Cliff is the focal point of a breed registration issue.

    Breed Registration Process Scrutinized

    Marble Cliff, the stakes winner-turned-maiden after his Ohio registration was revoked in July, could end up becoming a poster child for serious changes in breed-registration regulations in the Buckeye State -- and perhaps beyond.

  • Marble Cliff is now officially a maiden with no earnings, having been disqualified in all of his races.

    Marble Cliff: 'Best Maiden in America'

    The owners of top Ohio-based Thoroughbred Marble Cliff must return the gelding's earnings of $109,940, the Ohio State Racing Commission ruled Aug. 21 after the panel upheld a stewards' ruling the 3-year-old wasn't eligible for Ohio-restricted races.

  • Marble Cliff works on the River Downs turf course.

    Ohio-Bred--or Not--Entered in WV Derby

    Foxwood Stable's Marble Cliff, regarded as one of the best Ohio-breds in history -- if in fact he is Ohio-registered -- is among a dozen 3-year-olds entered in the $750,000 West Virginia Derby (gr. III) at Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack & Resort Aug. 2.

  • Best of Ohio May Be Best in Recent Memory

    The Ohio Thoroughbred racing and breeding industry has taken serious hits in recent years because of competition for the gambling dollar, but there should be a bright spot Oct. 4 when one of the strongest Best of Ohio championship programs in recent memory is offered at Beulah Park.