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John “Mickey” Martin takes prized claim to Gulfstream; Filly Mended shooting for tenth consecutive victory

Warren Eves | December 1, 2017

By Warren Eves Quite some time ago I wrote an opinion that the Thoroughbred Racing Commentary site is the best anywhere! When they ran a story on trainer John Martin and I felt compelled to write something about one of the most productive trainers in my lifetime. [...]

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, [...]

Colt Named ‘Kash’ Has A Man Living Out His Dream: Former Jockey Danny Sorenson is his Tutor in Texas

Warren Eves | December 17, 2014

By Warren Eves Joseph Gadoury is living a dream. Trust me!  You’re not going to believe his story. “When I was a teenager I watched the Derby, the Preakness and the Triple Crown,” says 57-year-old Joseph Gadoury whose claim to fame is building 16 schools all [...]

Something Extra Special May Be Brewing at Woodbine; Juvenile Named Seffeara Wins Stake Playing Around

Warren Eves | July 12, 2014

By Warren Eves Ontario-bred Seffeara proved his debut was no fluke Saturday at Woodbine. Here’s what happened.  After Seffeara dumped jockey Gary Boulanger behind the starting gate prior to the $150,000 Clarendon Stakes, things went pretty good. The Steve Oewns-trained son of Old Forester took a [...]

Motion 3YO I’ll Call Impressive Taking Kee Lawn Debut; Team Valor Names Mettee As Private Trainer

Warren Eves | April 3, 2013

By Warren Eves Graham Motion and Team Valor have gone their separate way–by prior agreement. That was the news coming out of Maryland on Friday as Motion was at Keeneland to saddle a colt named I’ll Call to score impressively in his first ever race. Barry [...]

Don’t Tell Sophia Sends Her Connections A Message; We Found ‘Nugget’ Race–Oaklawn’s Jan 20th NINTH

Warren Eves | January 22, 2013

By Warren Eves Oaklawn Park’s meet got interesting over the weekend.
On Friday, January 19th Don’t Tell Sophia left no doubt in race eight.  She prefers racing on dirt.
On Saturday, January 20th, we uncovered one of those “nugget” races we’re always looking for.  The 9th–a six-furlong $15K claiming race won by Liberty Bound [...]

Subtle Equipment Changes Can Produce Big Runs; Sims’ Lady Diva Ga Go Runs Large 2nd Time Hood

Warren Eves | January 18, 2013

By Warren Eves When all is said and done you might as well follow certain trainers. Phillip Sims name showed up day two on the Oaklawn Park program Thursday, Jan., 17th. He was saddling  W. Nelson McMackin’s Kentucky-bred Lady Diva Ga Ga for the second time [...]

Tizracer Surfaces In Very First Race of Belmont Meet; Tiznow Colt’s 1-Turn Mile Romp Sure Was Impressive

Warren Eves | September 21, 2012

By Warren Eves The 37-day Fall Championship meet at Belmont Park started off with a bang. In the first race of the day on September 8 a colt named Tizracer improved eons–taking a one-turn mile by 10-1/2 while well in hand. Reports have it the Tiznow [...]

2-Yr-Old Filly Named Sign Overcomes Start To Romp: You Never Know What Each Racing Day May Bring

Warren Eves | August 26, 2012

By Warren Eves You never know what the next race may bring. Sunday’s second at Saratoga Race Course is a perfect example. A two-year-old filly named Sign spiked interest and intrigue as she won her debut after a poor beginning. The hype was [...]

Paulick Report Reveals Heart Warming Win Pic Story; Lukas Picks Lil’ Person Out Of Crown When He Wins

Warren Eves | August 21, 2012

By Warren Eves Let’s hope horse racing bigwigs read Tuesday’s Paulick Report. Each day Ray Paulick’s Headline News, sponsored by Spendthrift Farm, features horse racing issues on the internet. The sixth item down read on Tuesday was titled: “Lukas: Continuing winner’s circle tradition at the Spa.” [...]