REMINGTON PARK SPRING STAKES SCHEDULE NEARS $6 MILLION IN ESTIMATED PURSES, $1,000,000 HERITAGE PLACE FUTURITY TOP LIST

January 14, 2022

The 2022 Remington Park American Quarter Horse, Paint and Appaloosa Season begins Thursday, March 3, continuing for 50 dates through May 28. The season’s stakes schedule features a total of seven Grade 1 events for Quarter Horses, two of them restricted. They will include estimated purses of $925,000 for the restricted Grade 1 Remington Park …

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GREELEY AND BEN NAMED REMINGTON PARK CHAMPION HORSE OF THE MEET, ENDING WELDER’S STREAK OF THREE IN ROW

December 22, 2021

Greeley and Ben has been named Remington Park’s Champion Horse of the Meeting for the 2021 fall thoroughbred meeting, ending a three-year reign for the all-time winningest horse here, Welder. Greeley and Ben, owned by End Zone Athletics of Mansfield, Texas, and trained by Karl Broberg, not only was Champion Horse of the Meet, but …

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STEVE ASMUSSEN WINS TRAINING TITLE FOR 17TH TIME AT REMINGTON PARK, DANNY CALDWELL WINS OWNER TITLE FOR 12TH TIME

December 21, 2021

National Racing Hall of Fame trainer Steve Asmussen has clamped down on the training title at Remington Park like a hungry shark on a tuna, winning this meet for the 17th time and his sixth in a row here. The training title is named the Chuck Taliaferro Award to honor one of the most prominent …

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MAKE IT BIG REMAINS UNBEATEN, WINNING $401,200 SPRINGBOARD MILE, EARNING 10 POINTS IN KENTUCKY DERBY STANDINGS

December 17, 2021

Make It Big earned 10 qualifying points in the 2022 Kentucky Derby standings Friday night, winning the $401,200 Springboard Mile for 2-year-olds at Remington Park. The top 2-year-old race of the Remington Park season provided the stage for the third win in a row to start the career of Make It Big, who has never …

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TRAINER STEVE ASMUSSEN WINS TRAPEZE FOR SECOND TIME IN THREE YEARS, THIS TIME WITH OPTIONALITY

December 17, 2021

Optionality has turned into a machine, winning her third race in a row, all by more than six lengths. Her win Friday night was trainer Steve Asmussen’s second in the last three years in the $101,100 Trapeze Stakes for 2-year-old fillies going one mile at Remington Park. Asmussen also won this race in 2019 with …

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TRAINER STEVE ASMUSSEN WINS SHE’S ALL IN STAKES FOR THIRD TIME IN FOUR YEARS, SCORING WITH CASUAL

December 17, 2021

The nation’s No. 2 trainer in earnings this year, Steve Asmussen, owns the She’s All In Stakes, winning it for the third time in four years at Remington Park, this time with Casual. When Asmussen’s fillies win, they leave no doubt that they were the best horse in the race. Casual was virtually in another …

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SUNDAY FLASHBACK WINS FIFTH CONSECUTIVE RACE, TAKING USEEIT STAKES AT REMINGTON PARK

December 17, 2021

The $70,000 Useeit Stakes featured 3-year-old Oklahoma-bred fillies on Friday night at Remington Park. Sunday Flashback put the finishing touches on her solid season where she returned to action from a layoff of more than 10 months, scoring the one-mile event. Owned, trained and bred by C.R. Trout of Edmond, Okla., Sunday Flashback broke her …

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NUMBER ONE DUDE CONTINUES HIS DOMINANCE AT REMINGTON PARK, WINNING $70,000 JIM THORPE STAKES

December 17, 2021

Number One Dude solidified his dominance as arguably the top Oklahoma-bred in training as he won the $70,000 Jim Thorpe Stakes by open daylight on Friday night. Owner-breeder Terry Westemeir of Broken Arrow, Okla., said his only concern was the long layoff for his 3-year-old gelded son of American Lion, out of the Macho Uno …

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CABRERA WINS FOURTH CONSECUTIVE PAT STEINBERG LEADING RIDER AWARD AT REMINGTON PARK

December 16, 2021

Jockey David Cabrera was honored Thursday night, winning his fourth consecutive Pat Steinberg Leading Rider award at Remington Park. Cabrera had long since clinched the riding title as he finished the night with 90 wins on the season, 31 ahead of second-place Stewart Elliott at 59. “I want to thank all the trainers and owners …

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REGALLY BRED CHROME BABY, WITH TWO KENTUCKY DERBY WINNERS IN PEDIGREE, WINS ALLOWANCE RACE

December 15, 2021

One might think that a horse with two Kentucky Derby winners in his pedigree might be best at races around two turns, but the sprint seems to be Chrome Baby’s forte after winning an allowance race Wednesday at Remington Park. Sired by 2014 Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome, out of Star Super, a mare by …

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