SHOBIZ SUPERSTAR AT 110-1 ODDS KEYS HUMONGOUS PAYOFFS SATURDAY NIGHT

November 10, 2018

A horse named Shobiz Superstar gave her backers enough money in their pockets Saturday night at Remington Park to put them into a tax bracket fit for superstars as she paid off at 110-1 odds, the highest payoff of the meet. A $2 win ticket returned $223 to those who bet this 2-year-old filly, owned …

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TOP REMINGTON PARK SPRINTER WELDER AMONG NOMINATED FOR $70,000 SILVER GOBLIN STAKES

November 9, 2018

A total of 11 horses have been nominated to the 13th running of the $70,000 Silver Goblin Stakes, including three-time stakes-winning sprinter Welder, scheduled to run Friday, Nov. 16 at Remington Park. The Silver Goblin is a 6-1/2 furlongs sprint for 3-year-olds-and-up restricted to accredited Oklahoma-breds. Welder, owned by Ra-Max Farms LLC (Clayton Rash) of …

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LEADING JOCKEY DAVID CABRERA, LEADING TRAINER STEVE ASMUSSEN PAD THEIR LEADS IN STANDINGS WITH MULTIPLE WINS

November 8, 2018

t was a case of the rich getting richer Thursday night at Remington Park as the leading rider David Cabrera won four races and leading trainer Steve Asmussen had a triple as they went from daylight leads in their respective standings to leads that now are a city block long. Cabrera’s four wins on the …

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CALDWELL, VILLAFRANCO and WETHEY, JR. WIN THREE RACES WEDNESDAY

November 7, 2018

Threes were wild Wednesday night at Remington Park as three horsemen each had a triple – owner Danny Caldwell, trainer Federico Villafranco, and jockey Floyd Wethey, Jr. Oddly enough they didn’t complete the triple exclusively with each other. Nine-time champion owner Caldwell of Poteau, Okla., and trainer Villafranco had all three of theirs together, but …

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LONG RANG TODDY WINS $100,000 CLEVER TREVOR STAKES, ASMUSSEN-TRAINER HORSES FINISH 1-2-3

November 2, 2018

National Racing Hall of Fame trainer Steve Asmussen ran 1-2-3 in the $100,000 Clever Trevor Stakes on Friday night, which surprised no one. However, it was the horse that won of the three entered, Long Range Toddy, who put a jolt into the Remington Park fans and horseplayers. This 2-year-old colt by Take Charge Indy, …

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TOP TWO TRAINERS, ASMUSSEN AND BROBERG, TAKE CO-ALLOWANCE $36,300 FEATURE RACES, EACH AT ONE MILE ON THE TURF

November 1, 2018

The top two trainers at Remington Park – Steve Asmussen and Karl Broberg – took down the two largest purses on the card Thursday night in $36,300 allowance races, going a mile on the turf, one division for fillies and mares, the other for males. Each was run under non-winners of two-other-than conditions. In the …

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TWO HORSES RETURN ABOUT FIVE TIMES WHAT WAS PAID FOR THEM IN RACES

October 31, 2018

Two horses returned almost five times what their owners paid for them in winning races Wednesday night at Remington Park – Skirt Warning in the fourth race and Sheesa Pontiac in the sixth. Team Bryant Thoroughbreds of Fort Worth, Texas, made their money back almost five times over on Halloween night when their 10-1 outsider …

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CLEVER TREVOR STAKES DRAWS EIGHT, THREE FROM LEADING TRAINER STEVE ASMUSSEN’S BARN

October 30, 2018

The $100,000 Clever Trevor Stakes drew a field of eight this morning in the Remington Park racing office. The seven-furlong event for 2-year-olds will be featured on Friday evening. Named after the great Oklahoma-bred who won the inaugural Oklahoma Derby (then Remington Park Derby) in 1989, the Clever Trevor Stakes is the last local, open-company, …

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TOP NATIONAL TRAINERS SENDING HORSES TO $100,000 CLEVER TREVOR STAKES ON NOV. 2

October 27, 2018

The top two trainers in wins nationally, Hall of Famer Steve Asmussen and Karl Broberg, are expected to start horses in the $100,000 Clever Trevor Stakes for 2-year-olds sprinting seven furlongs on Friday, Nov. 2 at Remington Park. Add another Top 30 trainer nationally to that list of hopefuls, too, as Tom Amoss is expected …

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CABRERA CONTINUES HOT SEASON, WINNING THREE MORE SATURDAY

October 27, 2018

Jockey David Cabrera’s best Remington Park season rolls along with numerous trips to the winner’s circle. Saturday night, the colony leader scored three more times to expand his advantage in the rider standings. Cabrera’s riding triple started in race two with Reverend AJ ($5 to win) breaking his maiden status over the turf at 7-1/2 …

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