Woodbine, Australia, Keeneland, Belmont, Finger Lakes, Remington, Santa Anita & More
|Remington Park Turf Sprint S.||$50,000g||3&up||5f T||Details|
|Oklahoma Stallion Fillies S.||$50,000g||3yos, Fillies||7f||Details|
|Oklahoma Stallion S.||$50,000g||3yos, Colts and Fillies||7f||Details|
|Flashy Lady S.||$50,000g||3&up, f/m||6f||Details|
|Remington Green S.||$100,000g||3&up||9f T||Details|
|Kip Deville S.||$75,000g||2 yo||6f||Details|
|Governor's Cup S.||$175,000g||3&up||9f||Details|
|Bob Barry Memorial S.||$50,000g||3&up, f/m||7.5f T||Details|
|Remington Park Oaks||$200,000g||3yos, Fillies||8.5f||Details|
|Ricks Memorial S.||$75,000g||3&up, f/m||8.5f T||Details|
|David M. Vance Sprint S.||$150,000g||3&up||6f||Details|
|Oklahoma Derby (G3)||$400,000g||3yos||9f||Details|
|Red Earth S.||$50,000g||3&up||7.5f T||Details|
|E. L. Gaylord Memorial S.||$50,000g||2 yo, Fillies||6.5f||Details|
|Oklahoma Classics Juvenile S.||$100,000||2 yo, Colts and Geldings||6f|
|Oklahoma Classics Distaff Turf S.||$130,000||3&up, f/m||8.5f T|
|Oklahoma Classics Lassie S.||$100,000||2 yo, Fillies||6f|
|Oklahoma Classics Distaff S.||$145,000||3&up, f/m||8.32f|
|Oklahoma Classics Sprint S.||$130,000||3&up||6f|
|Oklahoma Classics Cup S.||$175,000||3&up||8.5f|
|Oklahoma Classics Distaff Sprint S.||$130,000||3&up, f/m||6f|
|OKC Turf Classic S.||$130,000||3&up||8.5f T|
|Clever Trevor S||$100,000||2yo,||7f|
|Silver Goblin S||$50,000||3&up,||6.5f|
|Don C. McNeill||$75,000||2yo,||8f|
|Slide Show||$75,000||2yo, f||8f|
|Jim Thorpe S||$50,000||3yo,||8f|
|Remington Springboard Mile||$400,000||2yo,||8f|
|Useeit S||$50,000||3yo, f||8f|
|Trapeze S||$100,000||2yo, f||8f|
|She's All In S||$100,000||3&up, f/m||8.32f|
Keen Ice, who will train up to the Oct. 31 Breeders' Cup Classic (gr. I), went a half in :51 1/5 for trainer Dale Romans, while Dallas Stewart trainee Tale of Verve went five furlongs in 1:01 2/5.
King Henny, winner of the Clever Trevor Stakes last month, drew the far outside post in a maximum field of 12 juveniles entered in the $300,000 Remington Springboard Mile Stakes Dec. 9 at Remington Park.
Recent grade I winner Willy Beamin is part of a 10-horse field that includes fellow shippers Prospective and and Daddy Nose Best on the biggest day of the season at Remington Park Sept. 30.
The Oklahoma Thoroughbred Association's champions for 2008 were named Aug. 15 at Remington Park. Kip Deville was voted Horse of the Year.
The first two stakes for the 2009 Remington Park season drew outstanding nomination lists with plenty of star power and quality expected in the six-digit events.
Global Gaming Solutions RP, LLC executed an agreement Aug. 11 with a subsidiary of Magna Entertainment Corp. for the sale of Remington Park to Global Gaming Solutions RP, LLC.
Remington Park officials announced a new racing schedule for the upcoming Thoroughbred season, which starts Aug. 21.
Steve Asmussen broke his own North American record for most wins in a calendar year when Prophesy won the first race Nov. 23 at Remington Park.
Apprentice Quincy Hamilton ended Cliff Berry's run of eight consecutive riding titles at Remington Park as the Oklahoma track brought down the curtain on its 65-day meeting for 2004 Sunday.
The Oklahoma Racing Commission approved a compromise racing schedule that tried to preserve a Quarter Horse meet at Remington Park, while allowing the financially trouble track to stay open. The trouble is that no one likes the compromise and some feel it was railroaded through by the commissioners.
The Oklahoma Racing Commission denied Thursday a request by Remington Park to eliminate its Quarter Horse dates for the time being and run only 65 days of Thoroughbred racing next year. Remington Park officials say the decision puts the track in financial jeopardy and may force it to close.
Early indicators are that the field for Sunday's Oklahoma Derby (gr. III) will be a competitive one.
Magna Entertainment's buying spree is over for the time being. The Ontario-based racing conglomerate has shifted its focus toward making the 10 racetracks it owns and manages more efficient and profitable.
Keith Chamblin, vice president of marketing for the National Thoroughbred Racing Association since 1999, has been promoted to senior vice president of marketing and industry relations. Chamblin, 39, was working as marketing director of Hollywood Park when he was tapped to move to Lexington to take over the NTRA position two years ago.<br>The man he replaced at the NTRA marketing post, Rick Baedeker, eventually assumed the presidency of Hollywood Park after it was bought by Churchill Downs.
The Thoroughbred Corp.'s odds-on favorite Performing Magic edged ahead of 22-1 longshot Mister Deville in the final strides to win the $300,000 Remington Park Derby (gr. III) by a neck Sunday at Remington Park.