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    • Jan
    • 06

    ENDEAVOUR PREP IS SUNDAY; CRIMSON TIDE, TIGERS FANS ADMITTED FREE

    Ten distaffers set to advance their cause for participation in Feb. 11 Grade III event; Eirigh, a newcomer to Todd Pletcher barn, wins Tampa Bay Prep; "Morning Glory Club" show begins at 10 a.m. Saturday with jockey Pablo Morales as guest; Pick-5 carryover pool of $27,680.91.
    • Jan
    • 04

    JOCKEY MEDINA BACK IN WINNER’S CIRCLE FOR FIRST TIME SINCE 2014

    Blessed with a desire to compete on the racetrack, journeyman rider scores on 64-1 shot to signal return; Centeno, Castanon visit winner's circle twice; Friday's feature showcases pair of Grade III winners.
    • Jan
    • 01

    17 FOR ’17: RACETRACKERS CREATE A NEW YEAR’S WISH LIST FOR SPORT

    Horsemen, track employees and fans discuss what they'd like to see as racing targets growth and competes for a larger audience; late Pick-5 is hit, paying $8,206 on 46 winning 50-cent tickets.
    • Dec
    • 31

    CENTENO, POWER ALERT TEAM FOR IMPRESSIVE TURF DASH TRIUMPH

    Last season's Turf Dash runner-up, Power Alert, turns the tables under leading jockey Daniel Centeno; late Pick-5 carryover pool of $76,715.89 into Sunday.
    • Dec
    • 30

    TRACK’S TOP HANDICAPPERS FIND PICKING TURF DASH A TOUGH ASSIGNMENT

    Race continues to grow in stature, quality since purse increase; long shots rule today's card, including $191.40 bomber set to retire from racetrack.
    • Dec
    • 28

    RIVALRY SET TO RESUME IN TURF DASH; GONZALEZ WINS THREE

    Rematch between top two from last season highlights Turf Dash buildup; Edwin Gonzalez delights festive crowd by riding three winners.
    • Dec
    • 23

    WHAT A NIGHT (YOU GOTTA THINK) FOR JERSEY BOY; CENTENO WINS THREE

    Retired NYPD officer is "10 Days of Festivus Challenge" champ; Centeno rides three winners to extend lead in standings; a blessed holiday season to one and all!
    • Dec
    • 21

    YOUNG RIDER ALDERSON IN SERIOUS BUT STABLE CONDITION

    Native of Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada was riding his first race of the meeting; Turf Dash nominations released.
    • Dec
    • 17

    TRIPLE CHELSEA DISPLAYS ANOTHER GEAR IN LIGHTNING CITY THRILLER

    Triple Chelsea finds narrowing opening in stretch, runs down Nite Delite to capture turf sprint; Thoroughbred action resumes Wednesday.
    • Dec
    • 16

    DE LA CRUZ JOCKEY OF MONTH; MORALES 3-FOR-3; ALLEN WINS THREE, TOO

    Jockey sets big goals and achieves them; Morales, Allen each ride three winners; Everything Lovely is morning-line favorite for Lightning City Stakes.
    • Dec
    • 14

    SATURDAY’S $100,000 LIGHTNING CITY LOOMS AS WIDE-OPEN AFFAIR

    Trainers Rivelli, Pierce and DeMasi have high hopes for their runners in Saturday's main event; Centeno, Bocachica each ride two winners.
    • Dec
    • 10

    NEW FACES DON’T HAVE BENNETT, CENTENO SWEATING – YET

    Savvy bettors are noticing there are several new sheriffs-in-training in town, but Centeno manages to ride two winners and Bennett claims a victory; jockeys will visit Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital on Monday.
    • Dec
    • 09

    CASTANON ADDS DEPTH, EXPERIENCE TO STRONG JOCKEY COLONY

    Winner of 2011 Preakness and past Oldsmar riding champion captures two races on card; Tampa Bay Downs jockeys to visit Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital on Monday.
    • Dec
    • 07

    BENNETT STAYS RED-HOT, TIES OWN RECORD WITH 4-FOR-4 DAY

    Conditioner also went 4-for-4 here in March; his Bill's Passion edges horse trained by his wife Mary in Turf Dash Prep; Daniel Centeno rides three of Bennett's winners, with Erick Rodriguez notching the record-tying victory; Fernando De La Cruz rides winner No. 200 of 2016.
    • Dec
    • 03

    BENNETT SWEEPS COTILLION FESTIVAL DAY STAKES

    Chance of Luck confirms trainer's high opinion by holding on in Inaugural; Florida-bred filly R Angel Katelyn rewards Bradenton, Fla.-based owners with impressive Sandpiper score.
    • Dec
    • 02

    BARGAIN BUYS AMONG TOP CONTENDERS ON COTILLION FESTIVAL CARD

    Trainer Jason DaCosta spent $15,000 combined for two of top Inaugural Stakes contenders; rival Gerald Bennett sends out Sandpiper favorite; Peruvian jockeys Pablo Morales, Fernando De La Cruz each ride two winners.
    • Nov
    • 30

    CENTENO’S EXCELLENT NEW YORK ADVENTURE FOLLOWED BY THREE-BAGGER

    After picking up $160,000 in stakes purse money Saturday at Aqueduct in New York, Centeno serves notice he is eager to keep the ball rolling throughout the winter and early spring at his home racetrack.
    • Nov
    • 26

    FOR DeMASI, REAL JOY IS HAVING ANOTHER FAST FILLY TO CALL HER OWN

    Time will tell if Everything Lovely can match the on-track accomplishments of Joya Real, but her performance today has co-owner and trainer Kathleen DeMasi eager to find out; 2016-2017 meeting resumes in front of 4,010.
    • Nov
    • 23

    PROMISE OF NEW SEASON TO BE REALIZED SATURDAY

    An 11-race card begins at 12:10 p.m., highlighted by the Lightning City Prep.
    • Nov
    • 21

    SPECIAL EVENTS, GIVEAWAYS HIGHLIGHT 2016-2017 SCHEDULE

    Popular "Welcome Back" Breakfast is on Saturday, Dec. 3 from 8-10 a.m.; calendars, caps, umbrellas among items to be given away this season to loyal fans; four "Kids & Family Day" outings on tap.