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Old 02-17-2018, 10:52 AM   #1
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4 of the nine (separate owner interests) are trained by Jorge Navarro

Been looking at races for many years never saw these scenario before..

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4 of the nine (separate owner interests) are trained by Jorge Navarro

Been looking at races for many years never saw these scenario before..

His you-tube video has catapulted his career he seems to train everything these days. Parx has let all the trainers back in who were "under the microscope" so why not let the vegetable juice man have 44.4% of the entries as long as the racing secretary thinks this is a positive for the game.



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[QUOTE=onefast99;2277918]His you-tube video has catapulted his career he seems to train everything these days. Parx has let all the trainers back in who were "under the microscope" so why not let the vegetable juice man have 44.4% of the entries as long as the racing secretary thinks this is a positive for the game.

The Parx situation was a result of a court decision which is questioning the authority of the racing commission to require this information.
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If memory serves, when I was a groom, my boss had 5 horses in a stake sprint at Bowie in a 7 horse race. All different owners.
He was trying to beat Christopher R., the 1-2 shot.

He did not.

We finished 2nd,3rd,4th,5th, and 7th.

The horse I rubbed was 7th.

Oh well.
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If memory serves, when I was a groom, my boss had 5 horses in a stake sprint at Bowie in a 7 horse race. All different owners.
He was trying to beat Christopher R., the 1-2 shot.

He did not.

We finished 2nd,3rd,4th,5th, and 7th.

The horse I rubbed was 7th.


Oh well.
Good story.
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His you-tube video has catapulted his career he seems to train everything these days. Parx has let all the trainers back in who were "under the microscope" so why not let the vegetable juice man have 44.4% of the entries as long as the racing secretary thinks this is a positive for the game.

The Parx situation was a result of a court decision which is questioning the authority of the racing commission to require this information.
I saw where the Judge issued a stay order but I am sure the next round the Racing Commission will have a lot more fire-power and the bad apples will be gone.
At least everyone knows who they are now.
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If memory serves, when I was a groom, my boss had 5 horses in a stake sprint at Bowie in a 7 horse race. All different owners.
He was trying to beat Christopher R., the 1-2 shot.

He did not.

We finished 2nd,3rd,4th,5th, and 7th.

The horse I rubbed was 7th.

Oh well.
Loved Christopher R. Owned by Art Rooney and named for one of his grandsons I think.
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Great story!

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