Monday, January 26 2009


CENTENO WINS THREE, ZIADIE GETS TWO


OLDSMAR, Fla. (January 25, 2009) Reinsman Daniel Centeno enjoyed three more trips to the Winner’s Circle today, giving him 43 wins for the current meet and solidifying his position as fourth leading rider in the nation by wins. Kirk Ziadie, who currently leads the Tampa trainer’s standings, added two more victories to his tally.

Centeno’s first win on the program in the came in the fourth race when he booted home Lord Louis, a nine-year-old Langfuhr gelding owned by Winning Move Stable and trained by Peter Walder. Centeno came right back in the fifth race to score with Teagan’s Girl.





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Sunday, January 25 2009


RHONE TRAINS TWO WINNERS, CENTENO PILOTS THREE TO VICTORY


OLDSMAR, Fla. (January 24, 2009) A crowd of 7,514 fans flocked to Tampa Bay Downs for today’s Cap Giveaway Day, during which conditioner Bernell Rhone had two winners and jockey Daniel Centeno piloted home three horses to victory.

Rhone took home his first win of the day with Payyourtax, a five-year-old son of Artax owned by Barbara Rehbein and Cindy Rhone and piloted by Luis Antonio Gonzalez. Rhone returned to the Winner’s Circle with Onotheregoestokyo, a six-year-old Storm Creek gelding owned by Bill Lethert and Tom Metzen and ridden by Dean Butler.





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Saturday, January 24 2009


LAMBHOLM SOUTH TO SPONSOR FESTIVAL PREVIEW DAY


OLDSMAR, Fla. (January 23, 2009) Tampa Bay Downs is pleased to announce that Lambholm South will be the presenting sponsor of Festival Preview Day, to be held here on February 14, 2009. Lambholm South Festival Preview Day is headlined by the newly graded Sam F. Davis Stakes, a Grade III $225,000 1 1/16 miles main track event for three-year-olds beginning on the Triple Crown Trail. Also on the card is the Grade III $125,000 Endeavour Stakes, a 1 1/16 mile turf race for fillies and mares four years old and up. Completing the Lambholm South Festival Preview Day program is the $75,000 Suncoast Stakes for fillies three years old going 1 mile 40 yards on the main track.





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Friday, January 23 2009


JAMIE NESS NAMED COURTSIDE GRILLE II TRAINER OF THE MONTH


OLDSMAR, Fla. (January 22, 2009) Jamie Ness, who in the week through January 20 has had ten wins and five second place finishes and three thirds third in twenty-four starts, is tied for leading trainer as of January 21, 2009. Ness attributes his success to both the horses already in his barn as well as his recent claims. “I make my living out of the claiming box,” says Ness of his success with newly acquired horses. “I do my homework and study the horses on and off the track, and I look at the trainers’ tendencies. I don’t have two-year-olds and I don’t have stakes horses. It’s a blue-collar barn so I need to know what I’ve got.”





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Thursday, January 22 2009


TAMPA BAY DOWNS UPDATE: QUARTERLY REPORT


OLDSMAR, Fla. (January 21, 2009) The Tampa Bay Downs trainers’ standings are a close lock through the first 25 days of the Oldsmar oval’s 83rd season of racing, with past leading trainers Jamie Ness and Kirk Ziadie tied for the lead with 16 wins each. Lynne Scace is currently the third leading conditioner with 121victories to her credit; Greg Griffith is fourth with 8 wins; and Dale Bennett is in fifth place with seven trips to the Winner’s Circle.





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Wednesday, January 21 2009


LIVE RACING CONTINUES TOMORROW


OLDSMAR, Fla. (January 20, 2009) Tomorrow, January 21 will be a bonus race day at Tampa Bay Downs. Wednesday’s live card will showcase ten races, including an allowance dash for fillies three years old travelling seven furlongs fresh off of their first wins. The featured race of the day is the ninth race, an allowance optional claiming test for four year olds an up. Titus, making his 2009 debut for trainer Jamie Ness, will take on nine other contenders in the five furlong turf test.

Saturday, January 24 will be Cap Giveaway Day at Tampa Bay Downs. A free Tampa Bay Downs commemorative baseball cap will be given away with each paid admission while supplies last.





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