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Wild Again Still Impacting the Breeders' Cup
Thirty years after winning the first Breeders' Cup Classic, Wild Again is still relevant, counting high-profile runners Bayern, Just a Way, Fed Biz, and Vicar's in Trouble among his headlining descendants in 2014.

Torrid Martin Resumes Golden Gate Hot Streak
With the start of a new week of racing Nov. 20, trainer John F. Martin continues to win races at a remarkable rate at the Golden Gate Fields fall meeting.

Three Hearts Breaks Through in Red Carpet
Making her first start for Neil Drysdale, Three Hearts took the lead in the stretch at odds of 29-1 and proved too tough while holding off Lady of Gold in the $100,000 Red Carpet Handicap (gr. IIIT) Nov. 22 at Del Mar.

Take Charge Brandi Takes Down Delta Princess
Proving her Nov. 1 Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies (gr. I) victory was no fluke, Willis Horton's Take Charge Brandi returned Nov. 22 to claim the $400,000 Delta Downs Princess Stakes (gr. III) as the favorite at Delta Downs.

Sunbean in Hand for Easy Delta Mile Victory
Brittlyn Stables' Sunbean rallied smartly off the turn and romped away to an eye-catching victory in the $250,000 Delta Mile Stakes Nov. 22 at Delta Downs Racetrack, Casino & Hotel.

Suffolk Eyes Simulcast License for Next Year
Suffolk Downs, which ended live racing for good earlier in the fall and laid off the majority of the track's remaining employees on Nov. 20 is now investigating ways to remain open as a simulcast-only facility in 2015.

Sinatra Leaving Parx to Take MJC Position
Sal Sinatra, director of racing at Parx Racing in Pennsylvania, is leaving to take the position of vice president and general manager of the Maryland Jockey Club, which is owned by The Stronach Group.

Ocho Ocho Ocho Cashes Jackpot, Now 3-for-3
Undefeated Ocho Ocho Ocho, one of several Southern California shippers in the field, outfought Mr. Z through the drive to capture the $1 million Delta Downs Jackpot (gr. III) by a nose at Delta Downs Racetrack Nov. 22.

New Jersey to Press On for Sports Betting
Sports betting at Monmouth Park will have to await another day in court following a decision Nov. 21 by the United States District Court granting an injunction stopping the Oceanport racetrack from taking such wagers.

Moore, Ortiz Line Up for HK Jockey Battle
Ryan Moore, currently topping the Longines World's Best Jockey rankings, heads the list of riders invited for the Dec. 10 Longines International Jockeys' Championship at Happy Valley in Hong Kong.

Monmouth, Atlantic City Granted 2015 Dates
The 2015 Thoroughbred racing season in New Jersey will again begin at Atlantic City Race Course, according to schedules approved Nov. 20 by the New Jersey Racing Commission.

Median Rises at Goffs Breeding Stock Opener
A strong opening day of Goffs November breeding stock sale Nov. 21 was topped by the Aga Khan Studs' Hazariya, who sold to Oliver St. Lawrence for 480,000 euros ($594,740 in United States funds).

Mahoning Valley Opens Inaugural Meet Nov. 24
Hollywood Gaming at Mahoning Valley Racecourse kicks off its inaugural racing season Monday, Nov. 24, with an eight-race program that begins at 12:45 p.m. EST.

Lubash Looks Like a Million in Tropical Turf
Lubash became a millionaire after taking the $100,000 Tropical Turf Handicap (gr. IIIT) from Gulfstream Park West by a half-length over Reporting Star on turf rated good Nov. 22.

JJ and Anna and Their Long Journey Together
When Anna Simms saw 2011 Bay Shore Stakes winner J J's Lucky Train in for $5,000, she felt an obligation to do something about it.

Indiana Reports Multiple Medication Sanctions
After eliminating a backlog of drug testing samples from Thoroughbred races, the Indiana Horse Racing Commission announced a long list of sanctions levied against trainers from Aug. 1 through the end of October.

Indiana Grand Approved for 120 Dates in 2015
Indiana Grand Race Course will offer 120 programs of Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse racing in 2015 under a schedule approved Nov. 17 by the Indiana Horse Racing Commission.

Honor Code Inhales Allowance Foes in Return
Honor Code returned a winner following a layoff of more than eight months Nov. 22 at Aqueduct Racetrack, rallying from sixth at mid-stretch to score impressively while in hand for jockey Javier Castellano.

Goffs Registers Record-Breaking Foal Sale
Totals for the four-day auction in Ireland represented a 52% spike compared with last year.

First Win for United States at Charles Town
Florida stallion United States had his first reported winner the evening of Nov. 20 when 2-year-old Melvian Star graduated in the third race at Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races.

Elite Belle, Magnifisio Win in Australia
Jockey William Pike skillfully guided Elite Belle through opponents in the stretch, where she caught the leader in the final 100 meters and won the Aus$1 million Railway Stakes (Aus-I) Nov. 22 at Ascot in Perth, Australia.

Del Mar Employee Honored for Heroic Action
Longtime Del Mar employee David Martinez, who rescued a boy from a burning trailer this summer, will be honored by the California Emergency Medical Services Authority at the group's annual awards banquet Dec. 3.

Daring Kathy Takes My Charmer Wire to Wire
Daring Kathy picked up her first graded stakes score with a solid wire-to-wire effort Nov. 22, taking the $115,000 My Charmer Handicap (gr. IIIT) at Gulfstream Park West.

Cigar Mile Stakes Card Fields Taking Shape
Fields are taking shape for the Nov. 29 Cigar Mile (gr. I) stakes program at Aqueduct Racetrack, featuring four graded events worth a combined $1.7 million.

Cardinal Handicap Falls to Strike Charmer
Courtlandt Farms' homebred Strike Charmer broke through at the graded level with a good rally Nov. 22, claiming the $119,700 Cardinal Handicap (gr. IIIT) at Churchill Downs.

Captain Serious on Toes for Fall Highweight
Named after Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews, Captain Serious looks to stuff his competition in the $300,000 Fall Highweight Handicap (gr. III) Nov. 27 at Aqueduct Racetrack.

Broadcaster Edwards to Emcee Eclipse Awards
Jeannine Edwards, a sports broadcaster for ESPN and ABC, will host the Eclipse Awards presentations Jan. 17 at Gulfstream Park Racing & Casino in Hallandale Beach, Fla.

Ben's Cat Faces Tough Task in Fabulous Strike
If the amazing Ben's Cat is going to make it back-to-back victories in the $200,000 Fabulous Strike Handicap on Thanksgiving Eve at Penn National, he'll will have to defeat one of the toughest fields he has faced recently.

Bear No Joke After Repeat in Kennedy Road
Bear No Joke will attempt to end a streak of three successive runner-up finishes as he defends his title in the $200,000 Kennedy Road Stakes (Can-II) Nov. 23 at Woodbine.

AHC: Impact of Immigration Order Unclear
The impact of an executive order on immigration issued by President Obama on the horse industry remains unclear, the American Horse Council said Nov. 21.

PDJF

Thoroughbred Jockeys' Leaderboard: Mount Earnings
1.   Javier Castellano $23,943,333
2.   Joel Rosario $20,327,279
3.   John Velazquez $18,721,442
4.   Irad Ortiz, Jr. $18,645,798
5.   Jose L. Ortiz $14,293,024
6.   Rosie Napravnik $13,531,663
7.   Mike Smith $12,883,803
8.   Victor Espinoza* $11,118,215
9.   Rafael Bejarano $10,401,063
10.   Jose Lezcano $10,219,083
As of 11/18/14
*non-Member
 
 
Thoroughbred Jockeys' Leaderboard: Wins
1.   Russell Baze 300
2.   Javier Castellano 292
3.   Irad Ortiz, Jr. 263
4.   Edgard Zayas 260
5.   Paco Lopez 251
6.   Antonio Gallardo 230
7.   Trevor McCarthy* 229
8.   Richard Eramia 215
9.   DeShawn Parker 214
10.   Colby Hernandez 211
As of 11/18/14
*non-Member
 
 
Quarter Horse Jockey Standings: Mount Earnings
1.   G. R. Carter $2,809,421
2.   Cody Jensen $2,659,474
3.   Ramon Sanchez $2,608,364
4.   Omar Reyes $2,409,319
5.   Larry Gamez* $2,363,608
6.   Ricky Ramirez $1,981,118
7.   Jimmy Dean Brooks $1,908,291
8.   Cruz Mendez $1,886,246
9.   John Hamilton $1,870,560
10.   Sergio Becerra* $1,862,942
As of 11/18/14
*non-Member
 
 
Quarter Horse Jockey Standings: Wins
1.   John Hamilton 141
2.   G.R. Carter 129
3.   David Alvarez* 115
4.   Cesar DeAlba 110
5.   Cruz Mendez 105
6.   Omar Reyes 101
7.   Agustin Silva 89
8.   Luis L. Vivanco 82
9.   Mario Delgado 77
10.   Ramon Sanchez 76
As of 11/18/14
*non-Member
 
 

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