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Santa Anita Park’s culture must change to stop slide; Hire racing sec, go after every top claimer in land

Warren Eves | August 20, 2017

By Warren Eves Santa Anita’s plunge from greatness can be fixed. I was among many who wrote Tim Ritvo in regard to this issue weeks ago. This week I felt compelled to follow it up. Here’s what I sent Ritvo. [...]

Blueridge Traveler Won’t Be Maiden For Long at FGD

Warren Eves | December 4, 2016

By Warren Eves Trainer Ken McPeek has to be shaking his head. He’s got a coming three-year-old name Blueridge Traveler who has experienced nightmare trips in his only two trips to the gate. On Saturday, Dec., 3, in the 9th race at the Fairgrounds he was [...]

Hope Romans Learns From Poor Belmont Game Plan; Trainer Steals Column From Promising Filly Miss Woods

Warren Eves | June 14, 2011

By Warren Eves           This column was going to be about a promising filly named Miss Woods.           Trainer Dale Romans’ actions prior to the Belmont brought about a change in this column’s focus.           What was Romans thinking when he let the world know they were [...]

The “They’re They Go” Staple Belongs To Joe Hernandez; Our Closer Look At Derby’s Final Fractions Reveal Clues

Warren Eves | May 12, 2011

By Warren Eves           It amazes me how soon we forget.           Larry Collmus did a great job first time out of the box for the network on Kentucky Derby Day.  Take it from someone who once had race calling aspirations–it ain’t as easy as it appears.  And…..close examination of [...]

What If They Had Left Quality Road With Jerkens?

Warren Eves | November 13, 2010

By Warren Eves We still have to wonder how the Quality Road story might have ended if his owners had stayed the course with trainer Jim Jerkens. They took Quality Road from Jerkens when the trainer was waiting for a foot problem to heal.  It appeared, at least from [...]