Keyword: Paulo Lobo

  • Paulo Lobo

    Lobo, Brazilian Import Some in Tieme Try SoCal

    When trainer Paulo Lobo enters a horse with a "BRZ" or an "URU" or an "ARG" next to its name for the first time in a Southern California race, how that horse will run isn't just a mystery to the betting public. Often it's a mystery to Lobo, too.

  • Ohio

    Ohio Steps Up in American Stakes

    Bonne Chance Farm and Stud R D I's Ohio drew some raised eyebrows in his United States debut and will look to make another significant step forward in the $100,000 American Stakes (gr. IIIT) May 6 at Santa Anita Park.

  • Generosidade

    Generosidade Seeks Second Marathon Win

    Haras Phillipson's homebred Generosidade will look to earn her second straight marathon victory on the Santa Anita Park turf April 10 in the $100,000 San Juan Capistrano Stakes (gr. IIIT).

  • Generosidade wins the San Luis Rey Stakes

    Generosidade Stuns San Luis Rey Field

    Never better than sixth in three starts since relocating to the United States, Generosidade put on a show March 13 at Santa Anita Park in the $200,000 San Luis Rey Stakes (gr. IIT).

  • Pico Central Notches First Winner

    Pico Central, who now stands in Korea, notched his first winner June 19 when the 2-yer-old filly Marquet Madness won the sixth race at Monmouth Park by seven lengths in her first start.

  • Trainer Paulo Lobo

    Trainer Paulo Lobo Moving to New York

    Trainer Paulo Lobo, who has done nothing but impress the few times he's raced in New York, will be relocating his stable to Belmont Park from Southern California at the end of this month.

  • Paulo Lobo, trainer of Gayego

    Paulo Lobo: The Traveling Man

    While Arkansas Derby (gr. II) winner Gayego settles into his temporary home at Churchill Downs in advance of the May 3 Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (gr. I), his trainer, Paulo Lobo, is logging some serious frequent flyer miles between Louisville and his base in California.

  • Gayego jumps into the Derby picture with a victory in the Arkansas Derby.

    Gayego Answers Dirt Question at Oaklawn

    After doing all of his running on Southern California's synthetic tracks, favored Gayego proved he has no problem with a conventional dirt surface, either. The Paulo Lobo-trained invader repelled Z Fortune in the stretch run for a three-quarter-length victory in the $1-million Arkansas Derby (gr. II) at Oaklawn Park.

  • Molengao and Garrett Gomez win the San Antonio Handicap, Sunday at Santa Anita.

    Molengao's Super Footwork Wins San Antonio

    TNT Stud's homebred Molengao altered course mid-stretch before getting up in the final couple of strides to capture the $250,000 San Antonio Handicap by a head over the stubborn Ball Four at Santa Anita Sunday.

  • Martin Garcia Quite Busy for Hollywood Debut

    Roger Olguin, agent for apprentice jockey sensation Martin Garcia, had a busy first morning on the Hollywood Park backstretch Wednesday. He booked six mounts for Friday, Garcia's first program at the Southern California track.

  • Grade II Winner Quero Quero Retired

    Quero Quero, a California grade II winner and half-sister to two-time champion sprinter Housebuster, has been retired from racing and is booked to A.P. Indy.

  • San Carlos winner Pico Central has been retired to Padua.

    Grade I Winner Pico Central Retired to Padua

    Robert N. Clay and Satish Sanan announced that prominent North American sprinter and miler Pico Central has been retired from racing to stand at Padua Stables near Summerfield, Fla.

  • Ace Blue and David Flores, right, outduel Ender's Shadow and Rene Douglas for the victory in the Mervyn LeRoy Handicap, Saturday at Hollywood Park.

    Ace Blue Captures Mervyn LeRoy Jackpot

    Brazilian-bred Ace Blue, ridden by David Flores, battled the pacesetter Ender's Shadow and Rene Douglas all the way through a sensational stretch drive, emerging with a head victory in the $150,000 Mervyn LeRoy Handicap (gr. II) Saturday at Hollywood Park.

  • Mullins Horses Work Toward World Cup

    Jeff Mullins' Dubai World Cup (UAE-I) hope Choctaw Nation and stable companion My Cousin Matt, whose target is the Golden Shaheen (UAE-I), turned in their final serious pieces of work Monday at Nad Al Sheba in preparation for Saturday's big race card.

  • Lion Tamer surprises in the Cigar.

    Cigar Mile a Perfect Ring for Lion Tamer

    So often a disappointment when on the verge of stardom, Lion Tamer jumped up and surprised in the 16th running of the $350,000 Hill 'n' Dale Cigar Mile (gr. I) at Aqueduct on Saturday.

  • Pico Central, Kela Battle in Cigar Mile

    Pico Central and Kela, the two best sprinters based in California, have traveled across the country to meet at Aqueduct in New York's final grade I race of 2004, Saturday's $350,000 Cigar Mile. The Cigar Mile will be the featured event on a 10-race card that includes a pair of grade II juvenile stakes, the Remsen and Demoiselle.

  • Pico Central, ridden by Victor Espinoza, en route to winning the Grade I Vosburgh, Saturday at Belmont.

    Pico Central Dusts Speightstown in Vosburgh

    Gary Tanaka's Pico Central disposed of Cajun Beat and early leader Speightstown with less than a furlong left and drew away to an easy four-length victory in the $500,000 Vosburgh (gr. I) for top sprinters at Belmont Park.

  • Lobo Gains National Notice With Pico Central

    He made a splash as the conditioner of the 2002 Eclipse Award-winning filly Farda Amiga. Now Brazilian trainer Paulo Lobo has what could be the nation's top sprinter in Pico Central, who competes in the Pat O'Brien Breeders' Cup Handicap (gr. II) at Del Mar Sunday.

  • Pico Central on Mend, Could Make Triple Bend

    Trainer Paulo Lobo said Wednesday that a cut Pico Central suffered on a foreleg while winning the Metropolitan Mile Handicap (gr. I) at Belmont Park on May 31 is healing well, and the 4-year-old Brazilian-bred colt is nearing a return to the track.

  • Lovely Rafaela Takes Honeymoon Squeaker

    Upset-minded Lovely Rafaela would not be denied in a grueling stretch duel, nosing rival Western Hemisphere in the $184,925 Honeymoon Breeders' Cup Handicap (gr. II) for 3-year-old fillies at Hollywood Park.

  • Pico Central takes the Carter.

    Pico Central Rumbles to Carter Victory

    Gary A. Tanaka's Brazilian-bred Pico Central drew away from heavily favored Strong Hope in a grueling stretch drive Saturday to win the $350,000 Carter Handicap (gr. I) Saturday at Aqueduct by 1 1/4 length.

  • Pico Central winning the San Carlos Handicap Sunday at Santa Anita.

    Lobo's Pico Central Stuns San Carlos Field

    Brazilian-bred Pico Central, ignored at odds of 43-1, led every step of the way and posted a two-length victory over Publication in the $150,000 San Carlos Handicap (gr. II) for sprinters Sunday at Santa Anita Park.

  • Baze Guides Quero Quero to Honeymoon Upset

    Thanks to a well-timed ride from Tyler Baze, Old Friends Inc.'s Quero Quero hit the front at just the correct moment to upset favored Atlantic Ocean by a neck in Saturday's $215,950 Honeymoon Breeders' Cup Handicap (gr. IIT) for 3-year-old fillies on the Hollywood Park turf.

  • There's Life After Farda Amiga for Trainer Lobo

    There is life after Farda Amiga for Paulo Lobo. The Brazilian-born trainer and his wife, Maria Carolina, remained jubilant in Barn 53 at Hollywood Park Friday after Brazilian import Viernes posted a four-length victory and a $51.60 win mutuel in the $72,900 Waya Handicap for fillies and mares on turf Thursday.

  • Farda Amiga rolls to an upset victory in the Kentucky Oaks.

    Farda Amiga Will Fly No More

    Farda Amiga, a leading contender for 3-year-old filly championship honors, has been retired, trainer Paulo Lobo announced from his barn at Hollywood Park Thursday.

  • Farda Amiga, winning the Alabama under jockey Pat Day.

    Saratoga Race Report: Soaring Once More

    All around her in the winner's circle at Saratoga Race Course, the chanting continued. "Fly Farda Amiga. Fly Farda Amiga. Fly Farda Amiga." At that point, late in the afternoon on Aug. 17, Farda Amiga had already flown past You and Allamerican Bertie in the stretch to win the 122nd Alabama Stakes (gr. I).