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    • Jan
    • 14

    GARCIA CONTINUES HIS EFFORTS TO GET NOTICED, WINS THREE IN A ROW

    Oldsmar riding newcomer has a day to remember, just misses going 4-for-4; Sunday allowance has "stakes-quality" look.
    • Jan
    • 13

    YOUNGER BENNETT NAMED TAMPA BAY BREWING COMPANY TRAINER OF MONTH

    Leading trainer's offspring is a chip off the old block; jockey Pablo Morales hits the gym with a vengeance; Daniel Centeno rolls on, riding two more winners; trainer Arnaud Delacour is Saturday's "Morning Glory Club" Show guest.
    • Jan
    • 11

    2-YEAR-OLD STAKES WINNERS HEAD NOMS LISTS; DE LA CRUZ WINS THREE

    Impressive candidates beat the early deadline for Skyway Festival Day on Jan. 21; late Pick-3 belongs to Fernando.
    • Jan
    • 08

    TEPIN’S SHADOW LOOMS OVER ENDEAVOUR PREP; CENTENO RIDES 4 WINNERS

    Light In Paris, Royal Jewely and Lots o' Lex stage exciting Endeavour Prep stretch duel -- not sure if Tepin was watching; leading jockey continues to excel; Tampa Turf Test races Wednesday.
    • Jan
    • 07

    GONZALEZ RAISES PROFILE WITH THREE WINS IN A ROW

    Track newcomer proving he belongs in the Oldsmar jockey conversation; Pick-5 is hit; Endeavour Prep on tap Sunday.
    • 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.