Keyword: Ten Cents A Shine

  • Midway Road Still Possible for Belmont, Scrimshaw Likely

    Midway Road returned to the track Wednesday at Churchill Downs. Scrimshaw walked the Lukas shedrow and could go to the track Thursday. Ten Cents a Shine will take a break rather than go on to New York. Atswhatimtalknbout is scheduled to work Monday.

  • Peace Rules Early Preakness Favorite

    Peace Rules is the favorite in the early wagering for Saturday's Preakness Stakes. The Derby third-place finisher is 5-2, while the Derby winner, Funny Cide, is 9-2.

  • Funny Cide 7-5 Preakness Favorite; Bailey Replaces Valenzuela on Ten Cents a Shine

    Kentucky Derby winner Funny Cide was installed as the 7-5 morning-line favorite for Saturday's $1-million Preakness Stakes (gr. I) when post positions were drawn Wednesday. The son of Distorted Humor will break from post position nine under jockey Jose Santos. Peace Rules, who finished third in the Derby, is the 8-5 second choice.

  • Trainer D. Wayne Lukas holds reins as Ten Cents a Shine walks near the stakes barn at Pimlico on Wednesday.

    Baffert, Lukas Arrivals Get Ball Rolling at Pimlico

    With Funny Cide and Peace Rules stabled in New York, and not expected to ship out for another day or two, Pimlico finally landed their own big two when Bob Baffert and D. Wayne Lukas arrived from Louisville early Wednesday.

  • Preakness Contenders on the Track

    Three Churchill Downs-based contenders for Saturday's Preakness Stakes (gr. I) at Pimlico Race Course put in their final works on Tuesday morning at the Louisville oval.

  • Senor Swinger Works Toward Preakness; Congaree Also On-Track

    Senor Swinger, winner of the Crown Royal American Turf (gr. III) on the Kentucky Oaks card, breezed five furlongs in 1:00 1/5 Monday at Churchill Downs as he continued to work toward Saturday's Preakness Stakes (gr. I) at Pimlico.

  • Ten Cents a Shine Added to Preakness Field

    The field for the 128th Preakness Stakes in back up to 10 with the addition of Ken and Sarah Ramsey's Ten Cents a Shine, who is coming off an eighth-place finish in the Kentucky Derby at odds of 37-1.

  • Steve Haskin's Kentucky Derby Report: A Peace of the Action

    Except for the thunder that rocked Louisville in the early morning hours, all was quiet on the Kentucky Derby front, with no workers. The biggest excitement was provided by Peace Rules, whose wild show coming off the track caused some scary moments for Bobby Frankel.

  • Trainer D. Wayne Lukas was all smiles at Churchill Downs Thursday morning.

    On Quiet Day at Churchill, Buzz Centers Around 'Bubble' Horses

    With no workouts at Churchill Downs for Kentucky Derby contenders, it was a relatively quiet morning Thursday at the Louisville, Kentucky track. The lack of activity on the track did not diminish backside buzz centered around horses that are still "on the bubble" for the May 3 race.

  • Badge of Silver latest victim of the Curse of 2003.

    Badge of Silver Off Triple Crown Trail After Suffering Fracture

    The Kentucky Derby lost another of its major stars Friday when Badge of Silver suffered a fractured cannon bone in his right front leg. The son of Silver Deputy, who had romped in his first three career starts before tasting defeat in the Louisiana Derby, would have been one of the favorites in Saturday's Blue Grass Stakes.

  • Ten Cents A Shine Added to Toyota Blue Grass Field

    D. Wayne Lukas has decided Ten Cents A Shine will race in Kentucky this weekend instead of his original plan of running the colt in Arkansas. Crowned Dancer is also slated to run at Keeneland Saturday.

  • Ten Cents Works Mile, Arkansas Derby Next

    Ten Cents A Shine, who finished eighth in the San Felipe Stakes (gr. II) earlier this month, will make his next start in the $500,000 Arkansas Derby (gr. II) on April 12, owner Ken Ramsey said. The son of Devil His Due worked one mile in 1:38 2/5 at Santa Anita Sunday morning for Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas.

  • Ten Cents a Shine Sharp in Drill For Lukas

    Ken and Sarah Ramsey's Ten Cents a Shine, who finished a disappointing sixth in the Fountain of Youth Stakes (gr. I), turned in his first workout for new trainer D. Wayne Lukas at Santa Anita Park on Monday.

  • Lukas Works Ten Cents, Ozzie Cat; Scrimshaw Shelved

    Ken Ramsey's Ten Cents a Shine, who was transferred from trainer Ken McPeek's care in Florida to Hall of Famer D. Wayne Lukas in California this past week, worked for the first time over Santa Anita's fast main track Sunday morning, logging five furlongs in 1:01 3/5 handily.

  • Cornelio Velasquez rides to the win in the Fountain of Youth Stakes aboard Trust N Luck.

    Youthful Fortune Smiles on Trust N Luck

    Fortune smiled on Einar Robsham's Trust N Luck in Saturday's $200,000 Fountain of Youth Stakes (gr. I) as the front-running colt was able to run away to an easy victory in the first major Kentucky Derby (gr. I) prep race of 2003.

  • Offlee Wild, with jockey in red cap, is among the Fountain of Youth favorites.

    Fountain of Youth: Let the Games Begin

    Nine 3-year-olds were entered for Saturday's $200,000 Fountain of Youth Stakes (gr. I), Gulfstream Park's traditional send off on the road to the Triple Crown.

  • Fountain of Youth contender Offlee Wild puts head in front to win the Holy Bull Stakes.

    Offlee Wild Sizzles in Fountain of Youth Workout

    Offlee Wild completed preparations for Saturday's Fountain of Youth Stakes (gr. I) with a lightning-quick five-furlong drill in :57.40 on a fast Gulfstream Park main track Wednesday.

  • Field Set for Kentucky Derby Future Wager

    Handicapper Mike Battaglia has established the mutuel field as the favorite for the first round of the Kentucky Derby Future Wager pool that opens at noon on Thursday, Feb. 13 and continues through Sunday, Feb. 16 at 6:30 p.m.

  • Florida Derby Goal for Ten Cents, Powerful Touch

    Trainer Ken McPeek said Saturday that two of his promising 3-year-olds, Kenneth and Sarah Ramsey's Ten Cents A Shine and Stronach Stables Inc.'s Powerful Touch, are being pointed towards the $1 million Florida Derby (gr. I) for 3-year-olds at 1 1/8 miles on March 15.

  • Ten Cents a Shine Rallies for Dead Heat

    Ten Cents a Shine, sharpening for a possible run in the Fountain of Youth Stakes (gr. I) Feb. 15, rallied on the outside with jockey Jerry Bailey aboard to finish in a dead heat with Senor Swinger and rider Edgar Prado in the featured $36,000 allowance race for 3-year-olds at Gulfstream Park Friday.

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    TEN CENTS A SHINE

    Dark bay/brown colt, foaled Jan. 24, 2000<br>Devil His Due--Aunt Mottz, by Honey Jay

  • Whywhywhy, with Pat Day aboard, last fall.

    Whywhywhy Posts Impressive Breeze

    Patrick Biancone and Fabian Ouaki's grade 1 winner Whywhywhy, who hasn't started since a 10th-place finish in the Bessemer Trust Breeders' Cup Juvenile (gr. I) at Arlington Park Oct. 26, worked an impressive half-mile in :47 1/5, breezing, at Santa Anita Wednesday morning.