Keyword: Travis Dunkelberger

  • Immortal Eyes

    Speedy Immortal Eyes Back in MD Sprint 'Cap

    Robert Abbo Racing Stable's Immortal Eyes, who just missed winning last year's Maryland Sprint Handicap (gr. III) after rating a bit early, will try again when the six-furlong event is held May 19 at Pimlico Race Course.

  • Dunkelberger Ties Record for Consecutive Wins

    With his win aboard Citigambler in the third race at Charles Town Nov. 14, jockey Travis Dunkelberger equaled the United States record for consecutive wins by a jockey with nine.

  • Ghostly Thunder, Julie B Score Big in WV

    Favored Ghostly Thunder ran his winning streak to four when he outfought Eastern Delite to win the $500,000 West Virginia Breeders' Classic at Charles Town Races and Slots on the night of Oct. 18. Julie B

  • Jersey Shore BC (gr. III) winner Joey P. went to Charles Town to win that track's $200,000 Invitational Dash on June 21.

    No Catching Joey P. in Charles Town Dash

    Joey P. proved to be the quickest of the quick in the $200,000 Charles Town Invitational Dash on the night of June 21 and picked up his first victory outside of New Jersey for trainer Ben Perkins Jr.

  • Abel Castellano

    Castellano Reaches Milestone

    Jockey Abel Castellano reached the 1,000 win plateau when he guided Johnny Z. to victory in the fifth race at Laurel Park Wednesday afternoon. The 24-year-old achieved the milestone with his wife Claudia and two-year-old son Andrew in attendance.

  • Maryland Racing Shifts to Timonium

    The Maryland State Fair at Timonium will host eight days of Thoroughbred racing, featuring two stakes Aug. 28 through Labor Day, Sept. 6. The two stakes for Maryland-breds are the $50,000 Alma North and the $50,000 Taking Risk Stakes.

  • Jocks Fined For Thursday Altercartion

    Jockeys Jose Espinoza and Lorenzo Lezcano were each fined $250 for their roles in a jocks' room disturbance on Thursday at Aqueduct.

  • Jocks Fined For Thursday Altercartion

    Jockeys Jose Espinoza and Lorenzo Lezcano were each fined $250 for their roles in a jocks' room disturbance on Thursday at Aqueduct.

  • Dunkelberger Rides Winner in Aqueduct Return

    Travis Dunkelberger returned to Aqueduct March 7, nearly a month after he suffered cracked ribs in a frightening spill. Dunkelberger rode five horses, and won the day's finale on wire-to-wire winner Dancingintherain.

  • Dunkelberger Breaks Collar Bone; Out Four to Six Weeks

    Travis Dunkelberger, the nation's leading jockey with 259 wins, broke his collarbone Wednesday night at Charles Town Race Course and is expected to miss four to six weeks of riding according to his agent Steve Rushing.