Lone Star Park

Date Race Purse Age/Sex Dist
April 2018
Bluebonnet S R $50,000 3&up, 6.5f
Wayne Hanks Memorial S R $50,000 3&up, f/m 6.5f
May 2018
Steve Sexton Mile S $200,000 3&up, 8f
Texas Stallion S R $65,000 3yo, f 8f
Texas Stallion S R $65,000 3yo, c/g 8f
Lone Star Park H $200,000 3&up, 8.5f
June 2018
Lane's End Danny Shifflett Scholarship S R $50,000 3&up, f/m 7.5f T
July 2018
Assault S R $50,000 3&up, 8f
Texas Futurity $100,000 2yo, c/g 5f
Valor Farm S R $50,000 3&up, f/m 6f
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  • Danzing Candy

    Danzing Candy Wires Lone Star Handicap

    Danzing Candy was sent off as the 1-5 favorite in the five-horse field of the $200,000 Lone Star Handicap (G3), leading at every call in the 1 1/16-mile test and crossing the wire 4 3/4 lengths in front.

  • Mor Spirit takes the Steve Sexton Mile with his ears up at the wire

    Mor Spirit Goes Gate-to-Wire in Sexton Mile

    Exactly one year after running off the board in the Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (G1), Michael Lund Peterson's grade 1 winner Mor Spirit notched the first graded score of his 4-year-old season.

  • Cyrus Alexander wins Lone Star Park Handicap May 30

    Cyrus Alexander Wins Lone Star Handicap

    Spendthrift Farm and Stonestreet Stables' Cyrus Alexander, a 4-year-old Medaglia d'Oro colt, got his first stakes win when he captured the $200,000 Lone Star Handicap (gr. III) for 3-year-olds and up May 30 at Lone Star Park.

  • Great Minds and C. J. McMahon take the Texas Mile.

    Great Minds Wins Texas Mile Duel

    Great Minds and jockey C. J. McMahon won a stretch duel with Shotgun Kowboy to post a half-length victory in the $200,000 Texas Mile (gr. III) on the May 6 night card at Lone Star Park.

  • Shotgun Kowboy after his win in the Oklahoma Derby

    Shotgun Kowboy Seeks Texas Mile Prize

    C. R. Trout's Shotgun Kowboy, an Oklahoma-bred who last year showed enough promise to warrant a start in the grade I Clark Handicap at Churchill Downs, will make his third start off a layoff in the May 6 Texas Mile (gr. III) at Lone Star Park.

  • Hip 40 by Too Much Bling was the sale topper

    Texas 2-Year-Old Sale Topped by Filly

    A Texas-bred daughter of Too Much Bling was purchased by Danny Keene for $95,000 to top the Texas 2-year-olds in training sale conducted by the Texas Thoroughbred Association April 4 at Lone Star Park.

  • Fewer Horses, But Same Quality at Texas Sale

    Although the number of horses cataloged is down this year from last at the Texas 2-year-olds in training sale that will be held April 4, sales director Tim Boyce said the auction will still likely have as many quality horses.

  • ARCI Adds Three April Town Hall Meetings

    ARCI has scheduled three additional "Town Hall" meetings in an effort to unify the racing industry and develop a consensus path to improve the policing of the sport and advance uniform regulatory policies.

  • Texas Sale Catalogs 85 Juveniles

    The Texas Thoroughbred Association, in concert with Lone Star Park, has cataloged 85 juveniles for the Texas 2-year-olds in training and horses of racing age sale April 4.

  • Remington will be adding to the handicappers' arsenal of information by weighing horses in 2016

    Remington Park Plans to Report Horse Weights

    The pre-race protocol of Thoroughbreds racing at Remington Park in 2016 will include a quick stop on a scale where their weight will be recorded and that information will be provided to the public before the race.

  • TTA to Conduct 2-Year-Old Sale in April

    The Texas Thoroughbred Association has announced the establishment of a 2-year-olds in training sale to be held in April at Lone Star Park. The auction will be similar to the one held by Fasig-Tipton Texas in previous years.

  • First Winner for E Z's Gentleman

    E Z's Playgirl captured the sixth race at Lone Star Park July 17 and entered the books as the first winner for grade I-winning sprinter E Z's Gentleman.