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Saturday, October 07, 2017

OKLAHOMA CITY – National Racing & Oklahoma Horse Racing Hall of Fame Trainer, Steve Asmussen and jockey Ramon Vazquez teamed for a three-win night Saturday night at Remington Park.

The pair first struck in the first race when they won a $7,500 maiden claiming race with Beat Goes On ($6.80). The winner was a gelded son of Quiet American owned by his breeder, Curtis C. Green of Arlington, TX.

Asmussen and Vazquez were represented again in the winners circle in the third race when Vazquez rode Night Patrol ($3.20) to a convincing 2-length tally versus $7,500 claimers. The win was the 14th lifetime victory for the seven-year-old gelded son of Tapit who is owned by Maggi Moss of Des Moines, IA.
And in the fifth race, jockey Ramon Vazquez swung wide at the top of the stretch with Drop Kick ($5) and rolled home to a 3 ½-length win. Asmussen trains the two-year-old colt by Power Broker for Gary & Mary West of Omaha, NE.

Steve Asmussen has won the Remington Park training title twelve times and is currently the leading trainer at Remington with 32 wins. Ramon Vazquez, who recently rode his 1,000th U.S. winner at Remington Park on Thursday night, is currently in second-place in the Remington Park jockey standings with 23 wins.

Remington Park’s Thoroughbred Season continues Saturday, Oct. 7 with the first race at 7pm-Central.

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