Keyword: Tom Voss

  • Makari (right) wins the 2014 A. P. Smithwick Memorial Steeplechase Stakes. <br><a target="blank" href="http://photos.bloodhorse.com/AtTheRaces-1/At-the-Races-2014/i-TfPRbqg">Order This Photo</a>

    Makari Wins Smithwick for Voss Murray

    Elizabeth Voss Murray, who recently took over the stable of her late father Tom Voss, registered her first graded stakes win July 31 when Makari eked out a nose victory in the $100,000 A.P. Smithwick (NSA-I) at Saratoga.

  • Bad Debt
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    Bad Debt, Philly Ace Tropical Turf Topweights

    Millions Turf Preview Stakes winner Bad Debt shares co-highweight assignment with Philly Ace in the $100,000 Tropical Turf Handicap (gr. IIIT) Dec. 7 at Calder, a race Philly Ace won in 2012 in his last start.

  • Rapid Redux

    Rapid Redux Honored by MHIB

    The Maryland Horse Industry Board honors Rapid Redux with a monthly "Touch of Class" award during a "Night of Maryland Horse Racings Champions" March 20 in Baltimore.

  • Lauro, who won the Sky Classic at Woodbine in his last start, will try to add the Red Smith to his resume.

    Euros May Have Edge in Red Smith 'Cap

    German-bred Lauro, fresh off a victory in the Sky Classic (Can-IIT) at Woodbine, looks to make his American debut a winning one Nov. 8 when he takes on eight rivals in the $150,000 Red Smith Handicap (gr. IIT) on the Aqueduct turf.

  • Always First Nails Stars and Stripes in Final Stride

    Merriefield Farm's favored Always First, second in his last two starts, fought pacesetter Cloudy's Knight in a long drive to the wire, prevailing in the final stride by a nose in the $200,000 Stars and Stripes Turf Handicap (gr. IIIT), the traditional Fourth of July headliner at Arlington Park.

  • Dreadnaught Headed for McKnight Handicap

    Veteran Maryland horseman Tom Voss confirmed Saturday that Trillium Stable's 4-year-old gelding Dreadnaught, winner of Aqueduct's Red Smith Handicap (gr. IIT) last out, will be on a van this week bound for Calder Race Course and Saturday's $200,000 W.L. McKnight Handicap (gr. IIT).

  • Anofferucantrefuse wins the Smithwick.

    Anofferucantrefuse Can't Be Denied in A.P Smithwick

    Fox Ridge Farm's homebred Anofferucantrefuse went straight to the lead and never wavered over 2 1/16 miles to win in the A.P. Smithwick Memorial Handicap (NSA-II) at Saratoga Race Course Thursday.

  • Hall of Fame Hosts Trainers

    The National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame will be hosting the 2nd seminar of its "Guests in the Gallery" program on Wednesday August 14th at 11:00 a.m.

  • Museum Hosts Second Guests Panel

    The National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame will be hosting<br>the second seminar of its "Guests in the Gallery" program on<br>Aug. 14th at 11 am. Participants scheduled to attend the panel<br>discussion are trainers H. James Bond, Leah Gyarmati, Kiaran McLaughlin, Ken McPeek, and Tom Voss.

  • Steeplechase Season Closes Sunday

    Florida's Calder Race Course will again close the National Steeplechase Association season, with two races carded as part of Sunday's racing program. The jumpers will compete in a $25,000 allowance hurdle and the $50,000 Tropical Park Steeplechase Stakes (NSA-III).

  • Eclipse Award winner All Gong among those seeking Colonial Cup.

    Colonial Cup to Determine Steeplechase Champion

    Like it has since it was created in 1970, the Colonial Cup will help determine the steeplechase Eclipse Award. The $100,000 stakes, to be run Nov. 18 in Camden, S.C., attracted 11 nominations including most of the major contenders for the year-end championship.

  • John&#39;s Call, after winning the 2000 Turf Classic at age 9.

    End of the Line: John's Call Retired

    "He's officially retired." With those words Tom Voss, the respected trainer from Maryland, announced the end of the career of the gallant 10-year-old gelding John's Call.

  • John's Call to Wait for Man o'War

    John's Call, the 10-year-old gelding based in Maryland, will bypass the Sussex Handicap Saturday at Delaware Park and run instead in the Man o' War Stakes Sept. 8 at Belmont Park, trainer Tom Voss said Friday.

  • John&#39;s Call, Jean-Luc Samyn up, shown winning the Gr. I Sword Dancer at Saratoga, August, 2000.

    John's Call a Perfect '10'

    On Thursday, adorned with "sunglasses" protecting his sensitive eyes, the 10-year-old gelding John's Call jogged and galloped at Atlanta Hall Farm in Maryland in preparation for his seasonal debut Sunday at Delaware Park.

  • He'll Get the 'Call' Again at Age 10

    John's Call, the venerable gelding who won two grade I turf stakes last year at age 9, will race again at 10, trainer Tom Voss said. A chestnut gelding by Lord at War, John's Call has won 15 of 36 career starts for earnings of $1,534,207.

  • Owner Payson Splits With Trainer Bond

    After a 13-year association, Virginia Kraft Payson has taken her horses from trainer James Bond and distributed the 14 to five trainers: Allison Register, Bruce Miller, Tom Voss, Sonny Wigginton, and Mary Jo Lohmeier.