Keyword: Robert Holthus

  • Pure Clan and Julien Leparoux draw off in the Regret.<br><a target="blank" href="http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/photo-store?ref=http%3A%2F%2Fpictopia.com%2Fperl%2Fgal%3Fprovider_id%3D368%26ptp_photo_id%3D4831900%26ref%3Dstory">Order This Photo</a>

    Pure Clan Rolls in Regret

    Pure Clan, who was last seen finishing third to Proud Spell and Little Belle May 2 in the Kentucky Oaks (gr. I), bounced back with an impressive victory June 14 in the Regret Stakes (gr. IIIT) under the Twin Spires of Churchill Downs.

  • Pure Clan Snares Pocahontas With Late Move

    Lewis Lakin homebred Pure Clan charged 10-wide through the stretch, coming from near the back of a full field of 14 to score a dramatic win in the $150,000 Pocahontas Stakes (gr. III) at Churchill Downs Oct. 28.

  • Lawyer Ron Gallops for Holthus

    Arkansas Derby (gr. II) winner Lawyer Ron returned to the track at Churchill Downs on Wednesday for the first time since he underwent surgery to remove a small bone chip from his right hind leg in mid-May.

  • Lawyer Ron Ready for Return to Training

    Arkansas Derby (gr. II) winner Lawyer Ron has been given the okay to return to training at the barn of veteran Robert Holthus on Friday after surgery following a disappointing run in the Kentucky Derby presented by Yum! Brands (gr. I).

  • Lawyer Ron Ready for Return to Training

    Arkansas Derby (gr. II) winner Lawyer Ron has been given the okay to return to training at the barn of veteran Robert Holthus on Friday after surgery following a disappointing run in the Kentucky Derby presented by Yum! Brands (gr. I).

  • Lawyer Ron advances Derby argument with decisive Rebel win.

    Rebel an Open, Shut Case for Lawyer Ron

    The doubters are thinning out as the seasoned Triple Crown contender Lawyer Ron turned in an impressive victory in Saturday's $300,000 Rebel (gr. III) for 3-year-olds before 32,983 at Oaklawn Park, recording his fifth consecutive win.

  • Lawyer Ron withstands stretch challenge of Steppenwolfer to make it four in a row with Southwest win.

    Lawyer Ron Rules Pace in Southwest Victory

    Prohibitive favorite Lawyer Ron overcame some early eagerness to record a gate-to-wire win in the $250,000 Southwest Stakes for 3-year-olds at Oaklawn Park for his fourth straight victory Saturday.

  • Lawyer Ron, with John McKee up, wins the Risen Star on Stakes Saturday at the Fair Grounds meet at Harrah's Louisiana Downs.

    Risen Star an Open, Shut Case for Lawyer Ron

    James T. Hines Jr.'s homebred Lawyer Ron had the final word in Saturday's $268,000 Risen Star (gr. III) for 3-year-olds, romping to victory over six foes at the Fair Grounds meeting at Harrah's Louisiana Downs.

  • Lawyer Ron Makes Case in Diamond Jo Stakes

    Lawyer Ron, stamping himself as one of the top 2-year-olds in the south, led all the way under jockey John McKee en route to an 8 ½ length victory in the $100,000 Peninsula Gaming's Diamond Jo Stakes at Evangeline Downs Racetrack and Casino on Saturday.

  • Greater Good Shifts to Turf in Commonwealth

    Lewis Lakin's Greater Good turned in a sharp three-furlong work on Thursday in preparation for his scheduled grass debut in Sunday's second running of the $150,000-added Commonwealth Turf at Churchill Downs.

  • Greater Good (3) holds on to win the Southwest Stakes, Saturday at Oaklawn Park.

    Greater Good Along in Time in Southwest Win

    Odds-on choice Greater Good trailed the field much of the way but rallied while wide in the stretch to tag pacesetter Munificence in the final strides and win the $100,000 Southwest Stakes for 3-year-olds under showers at Oaklawn Park Saturday.

  • Jockey John McKee takes Churchill riding title for 2004 with 27 wins in the 21-day meet.

    Greater Good Never Better, Helps McKee Wrap Up Title

    While the battle raged in the middle of the track Greater Good, ridden by John McKee, slipped through along the inside with a furlong to go and went on to an impressive 1 3/4-length win in the $223,200 Kentucky Jockey Club (gr. II) for 2-year-olds on closing day at Churchill Downs Saturday.

  • Holthus Juveniles Figure in Churchill Stakes

    Veteran trainer Robert Holthus hopes to continue a terrific run with 2-year-olds when he saddles major contenders on Saturday at Churchill Downs in each of the day's stakes races for juveniles.

  • Speed Tilts as Level Playingfield Takes Sprint

    Level Playingfield, the longest shot in the field of five, stormed from behind under the guidance of John McKee, who took advantage of a fast pace to run down favored Cuvee and win the $100,000 Kentucky Cup Sprint (gr. III) for 3-year-olds at Turfway Park Saturday.

  • Pro Prado Likely to Go in Northern Dancer

    Mrs. James Winn's Pro Prado, 13th to Smarty Jones in the May 1 Kentucky Derby (gr. I), is expected to make his next start in the $200,000-added Northern Dancer (gr. III) on the June 12 "Stephen Foster Super Saturday" card at Churchill Downs.

  • Injury Knocks What A Bad Day Out of Jockey Club

    Elmer Miller's What A Bad Day, third in the Iroquois (gr. III), has suffered a knee injury and will not run in the $200,000-added Kentucky Jockey Club (gr. II) on Nov. 30.