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Controversy clouds LBJug on a Thursday(?)in Ohio; Text message has rival trainers lodging protest

Warren Eves | September 23, 2016

By Warren Eves This makes zero sense. Only a hardened harness racing buff would know the Little Brown Jug was presented Thursday. David Miller drove Betting Line to win the 71st edition and set a new 1:49 half-mile world record. And, oh yeah, the race was [...]

Bobby Adair Worthy of Quarter Horse Iconic Status: Scott Wells Recants Fond Memories of Great Jockey

Warren Eves | July 2, 2015

By Warren Eves Los Alamitos will always be a staple for quarter horse racing. Bobby Adair, who died recently, will always be an iconic memory to that sport. “He was a great horseman,” says Scott Wells.  ”A great team roper, and a honky tonk legend, too, [...]

Cobalt Epidemic Has Horse Race Industry In A Flux: Will Regulators Ever Assert Their Definitive Authority?

Warren Eves | May 27, 2015

By Warren Eves Runaway cobalt use in horse racing is a dichotomy. There is absolutely no doubt “a division contrast between two things that are represented as being opposed” exists.  If you’re willing to delve into this complex issue it’s likely you will conclude neither side on this issue [...]

Veteran Trainer Ray Odom, Sr. Lauds Owner Cluer; Former Turf Paradise Head Was Hands On Operator

Warren Eves | March 9, 2013

By Warren Eves Owners like Walter Cluer are badly missed in horse racing. “He was the best,” says Ray Odom, Sr., who is in his 55th year as a thoroughbred trainer at Turf Paradise. Cluer, a millwork founder and manufacturer from Phoenix, bought 1400 acres of [...]