REMINGTON PARK SPRING SEASON STAKES SCHEDULE FEATURES TWO FUTURITIES ESTIMATED AT $1 MILLION

January 8, 2021

The 2021 Remington Park American Quarter Horse, Paint and Appaloosa Season begins Thursday, March 4, continuing for 50 dates through May 29. The season’s stakes schedule features a total of 13 Grade 1 events, including the Oklahoma Quarter Horse Racing Association’s estimated purses of $1.1 million for the restricted Grade 1 Remington Park Futurity and …

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REMINGTON PARK SETS NEW HANDLE RECORD IN 2020 THOROUGHBRED SEASON

December 23, 2020

Remington Park set an all-time pari-mutuel handle record in the 2020 Thoroughbred Season, concluded earlier this week. The 66-day session yielded total handle exceeding $100 million for the first time in the track’s 32-year history. All sources handle on Remington Park racing reached $101,313,352, an increase of 31.8% over the 2019 total of $76,885,108. The …

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WELDER EXTENDS DOMINANCE IN HORSE OF THE MEETING VOTING AT REMINGTON PARK, WEARING CROWN THIRD YEAR IN A ROW

December 23, 2020

It basically came down to a victory by a neck in his first ever stakes on the grass – the $70,000 Remington Park Turf Sprint – but that win among four victories boosted Welder to his unprecedented third Horse of the Meeting Championship. Welder also won the $130,000 Oklahoma Classics Sprint, the $70,000 Silver Goblin …

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REMINGTON PARK THOROUGHBRED SEASON ENDS WITH FAMILIAR LEADING HORSEMEN WINNING TITLES

December 22, 2020

It took all but the last six races of the 66-day season at Remington Park to determine the top owner race, but Danny Caldwell of Poteau, Okla., won his 11th crown when Steve Asmussen’s Don’t Forget ran third in the fourth race Tuesday. Asmussen, as an owner this meet, was three behind Caldwell, going into …

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ALL-TIME WINNINGEST OWNER AT REMINGTON PARK, DANNY CALDWELL, CLINCHES AT LEAST A TIE FOR TOP OWNER THIS MEET

December 21, 2020

Remington Park’s all-time winningest owner, Danny Caldwell of Poteau, Okla., hit all kinds of milestones here Monday including clinching at least a tie for top owner of the meet. He was extremely close to clinching the owner title for himself, needing one more win to eliminate Steve Asmussen going into the ninth race. Caldwell’s horse …

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EUTYCHIA WINS FEATURED ALLOWANCE AT REMINGTON PARK, PULLING ASMUSSEN WITHIN ONE OF LEADING OWNER CALDWELL

December 20, 2020

Leading trainer Steve Asmussen is trying his best to win a second category in the horsemen’s standings this meet at Remington Park, bidding to be the top owner as well. Eutychia, a 4-year-old filly from Asmussen’s barn, helped him move within one win of leading owner Danny Caldwell, winning the featured allowance race Sunday night. …

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WELDER, THE TWO-TIME OKLAHOMA HORSE OF THE YEAR, TIES ALL-TIME MARK FOR MOST WINS AT REMINGTON PARK

December 19, 2020

Oklahoma’s millionaire hero of a horse, Welder, tied the all-time mark for most wins at Remington Park on Saturday night, winning for the 15th time in his career here. Welder equaled the all-time mark in winning the $38,675 open-company allowance feature, titled the Guthrie Sprint. The race came up strong for open stakes-caliber horses as …

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SENOR BUSCADOR STAYS UNBEATEN AFTER TWO STARTS, WINNING $200,000 SPRINGBOARD MILE

December 18, 2020

Senor Buscador means Lord Seeker in English. Jockey Luis Quinonez must have been saying some prayers in the early going when he was about 17 lengths behind in the field of 10 for the $200,000 Springboard Mile on Friday, Dec. 18 at Remington Park. Senor Buscador and Quinonez made up every bit of their trailing …

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JEWELED PRINCESS TAKES RAIL TRIP TO VICTORY IN SHE’S ALL IN STAKES

December 18, 2020

Trainer Ken McPeek shipped in Envoutante for the Grade 3, $100,000 Remington Park Oaks in September and she cruised to victory. In the Oaks, the best Jeweled Princess could do was fifth, more than 11 lengths back. However, Friday night she returned to Remington Park and made amends for the earlier effort, racing along the …

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DIPPING IN WINS HER FIRST STAKES RACE IN USEEIT STAKES

December 18, 2020

There is no trainer more thankful than Ray Ashford that the turf course was shut down by Remington Park when it was this fall. After that, he sent Dipping In to the main dirt surface here and she went two-for-two, including a win in the $70,000 Useeit Stakes on Friday, Dec. 18, her first black-type …

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