TOTALLY FREE HAS FASTEST VALENTINE’S DAY TRAINING RACE

February 14, 2019

Totally Free posted the fastest training race effort on Thursday at Remington Park, covering 250 yards over a fast track in :16.653, during the fourth of nine events. Owned and bred in Oklahoma by Reliance Ranches of Guthrie, Okla., Totally Free is trained by Mike Robbins and was handled in her training score by jockey …

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TWO-TIME ALL AMERICAN FUTURITY WINNING JOCKEY ESGAR RAMIREZ RIDES FASTEST TRAINING RACE WINNER

February 13, 2019

Jockey Esgar Ramirez, twice a winner of the All American Futurity, rode the winner of the fastest of nine training races at Remington Park on Wednesday. He booted home Sizzling Fajita to a win in the final schooling race of the day, stopping the timer for 250 yards in 13.701 seconds, racing into a stiff …

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JC STORM HAS BEST EFFORT ON FIRST DAY OF TRAINING RACES

February 6, 2019

The initial day of training races in preparation for the upcoming American Quarter Horse, Paint and Appaloosa season at Remington Park, is in the books. The top time of the session went to JC Storm in the first event of the day. Cool temperatures in the mid-30s and foggy skies set an interesting atmosphere as …

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FIRST OFFICIAL WORKOUT OF PRE-SEASON POSTED BY WAVE TOPPER AS MORNING TRAINING BEGINS

February 5, 2019

The morning after horses were allowed to enter and be stabled in Remington Park barns, pre-season training started. Nearly 200 horses went to the track in cool and foggy conditions with Wave Topper posting the first official workout of the session. Jockey Ruben Castro was up as Wave Topper handled 200 yards in 11.72 seconds …

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JOHNSON IS FIRST TO ARRIVE WITH HORSES ON INITIAL DAY OF STABLE ACCESS

February 4, 2019

In what has become an annual occurrence at Remington Park, trainer Tammy Johnson is again the first to arrive and bring horses into the stable area. Today is the first day for trainers to stall horses in anticipation of the upcoming 2019 American Quarter Horse, Paint and Appaloosa Season. Johnson passed through the Remington Park …

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2019 REMINGTON PARK QUARTER HORSE SEASON STAKES FEATURES 39 EVENTS WITH PURSES MORE THAN $3.2 MILLION

January 8, 2019

The 2019 Remington Park American Quarter Horse, Paint and Appaloosa Season begins March 8, running for 50 dates thru June 1. The season’s stakes schedule features the Grade 1 Heritage Place Futurity, the restricted grade 1 Remington Park Futurity (for Oklahoma-breds) and the top event for older horses, the Grade 1 Remington Park Championship. The …

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WELDER VOTED REMINGTON PARK HORSE OF THE MEETING

December 24, 2018

As expected, in landslide voting, Welder is the Horse of the Meeting for the recently completed 2018 Remington Park Thoroughbred Season. Media covering the season and Remington Park racing officials and management participated in the ballot process. In addition to being named the Horse of the Meeting, Welder also was voted best in three other …

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2018 THOROUGHBRED SEASON HANDLE IS POSITIVE FOR REMINGTON PARK

December 18, 2018

The recently concluded 2018 Remington Park Thoroughbred Season produced positive pari-mutuel handle numbers compared to the 2017 season. The 67-day season total handle on Remington Park racing was up 7.4% over last year. The total wagering on Remington Park’s 609 races conducted reached $71,798,190, up 7.4% compared to the $66,844,252 played in the 2017 season. …

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RECORD REMINGTON PARK PRIMTIME PICK 4 PAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS 2018 WAGERING SEASON

December 18, 2018

Remington Park bettors experienced two new records during the just-completed 2018 Thoroughbred Season with the largest payouts ever for the Primetime Pick 4 and the Pick 5. On Oklahoma Classics Night on Oct. 19, Three Chords, at 19-1 odds, won the seventh race at Remington Park; that began a sequence that helped key the largest …

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LONGSHOT LONG RANGE TODDY TAKES $400,000 SPRINGBOARD; GETS 10 POINTS TOWARD KENTUCKY DERBY; ASMUSSEN FIRST, SECOND, FOURTH

December 16, 2018

On a day when Remington Park dedicated a bronze statue of the first Oklahoma Derby winner Clever Trevor, this year’s Clever Trevor Stakes winner, Long Range Toddy, paid tribute as well. He came home an upset winner of the $400,000 Springboard Mile for 2-year-olds at 18-1 odds. The amazing thing is he paid $39.20 to …

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