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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. [...]

Here’s A Strange Story On Day of Famed Match Race; Trainer Rose Takes Shot Naming Famed Jock And Wins

Warren Eves | January 23, 2013

By Warren Eves Here’s an unusual horse racing story. It came our way from former horse trainer Bobby Rose. Take it back to July 20, 1974 at the track of the Lakes and Flowers–famed Hollywood Park. Here’s trainer Rose’s recollection of the events [...]

Young Riders Like Lebron Need Tutor Like DeGregory; Iowa Proof Licensing Process Needs To Be Tougher

Warren Eves | June 10, 2011

  By Warren Eves           Where have all the good teachers gone?           For months now I have watched a young rider named Victor Lebron.           He’s like so many jockeys out there these days.  He’s what I catergorize as a right-handed rider.  There-in [...]

E.T. Baird Impacts 6 Of 8 Rivals In Gulfstream Race; Will Stewards Crack Down Or Look The Other Way?

Warren Eves | March 3, 2011

By Warren Eves For more than four decades I’ve been writing about the inaction of racetrack stewards. They’re well paid.  Far too often they don’t do the job they are supposed to. Take the sixth race at Gulfstream Park on March 2nd as an example. E. T. Baird would have a profound effect [...]