Wednesday, October 31, 2012
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Shug McGaughey
PHOTOS
This Week
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VOICES
From the Grandstand
Multi-Media
In the News
In the Blogosphere
NHC NEWS
CALENDAR
Weekend Stakes Races
Racing to History
Racing On the Air
TURN OF FOOT
PHOTOS OF THE WEEK  top 
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Animal Kingdom, winner of the 2011 Kentucky Derby, works at Keeneland for the last time before his start in the Breeders’ Cup Mile on Saturday. (Image courtesy of Wendy Wooley/EquiSport Photos)
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These were the cutest fans at the Breeders’ Cup post position draw on Monday afternoon at Santa Anita Park. (Image courtesy of Penelope P. Miller, America’s Best Racing)
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Johnny and Humberto of team O’Neill relax with the saddle towels of their Breeders’ Cup entrants. (Image via Doug O’Neill’s Facebook page)
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Dirt Mile contender Shackleford digs into his breakfast at Santa Anita Park. (Image via the @BreedersCup Instagram feed)
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Wyatt the bridleless pony enjoys some hot chocolate at Santa Anita Park (Image via the @HorseRacingHL Twitter feed)
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(Image courtesy of HorsePhotos.com)

Hall of Famer Claude “Shug” McGaughey has trained nine champions during his illustrious career including Personal Ensign, Easy Goer and Inside Information who are, themselves, Hall of Famers. McGaughey has won nine Breeders’ Cup races—second all-time behind D. Wayne Lukas—and he will shoot for a tenth on Saturday with Point of Entry in the Breeders’ Cup Turf.

TWO MINUTE LICK WITH SHUG McGAUGHEY top

Name: Claude Ray McGaughey III

Birthplace: Lexington, KY

Most influential person in my career: Frank and David Whiteley

Out-of-box idea for Thoroughbred Racing: Uniformity in racing.

Favorite track: Belmont

Fantasy job: Sports commentator

What I like most about my job: The people I train for.

Other sports/teams I follow: UK Wildcats

My heroes: Personal Ensign and Point of Entry

Something that would surprise those who know me: I like going to concerts, theater, and collecting art.

Most treasured possession/memento: My family and my Hall of Fame plaque

My favorite athletes of all time: My horses

Pet peeve: Stupid people

Books I’m reading: The Steig Larsson trilogy

Favorite magazine: The Blood-Horse

Website I visit daily/weekly: bloodhorse.com

Gadget I can’t live without: My iPhone

Hobbies away from racing: Golf, fishing and collecting art.

Last concert I attended: Celine Dion

Favorite foods: Italian, steak, fish and chicken.

What I drive: A Lexus

If I could be on a talk TV Show, it would be: Mike and Mike

If I could appear on any TV show, it would be: SportsCenter

If I could be a guest on any talk radio show it would be: ESPN Radio

If I could be on stage with a musical group, the instrument I’d play would be: None – I’d sing.

Favorite musician/band: Lady Gaga

Favorite actor: Paul Newman

Newspaper I read daily: New York Post

I’d like to have dinner with: Bill Belichick

Best racetrack food can be found at: Saratoga

Accomplishment I’m most proud of: Getting into the Hall of Fame.

My philosophy on life: Honesty

Favorite quote or motto: “Live, love and laugh.”

Things I collect: Art

Celebrity friend: Bill Parcells

Favorite author: John Grisham

Favorite animal: Dog

The actor who would play me in a movie: Matt Damon

Favorite non-Thoroughbred sporting event I have attended: NCAA Final Four

The living person I most admire: Dinny Phipps and Stuart Janney

Twitter handle: None

People I follow on Twitter: Golfers and Dave Grening

Number 1 bucket list item: Travel the world.
FAN PHOTO OF THE WEEK top
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Congratulations to photographer Tammy Gantt, winner of this week’s Fan Photo Contest! From Tammy: "Just had to send this photo in of a co-worker that is making us all chuckle a bit. Brock Sheridan, editor of The Florida Horse, seems to be sharing a joke with Double Diamond stallion First Dude on a recent farm visit.” Want in? E-mail your submissions with a brief caption to photos@NTRA.com!

VOICES top
FROM THE GRANDSTAND top

Hall of Fame Trainer Bob Baffert shrugging off suggestions of any perceived home track advantage with Santa Anita serving as the host of the 2012 Breeders' Cup World Championships:
“The only advantage you have in the Breeders’ Cup is if you have the better horse.”

Trainer Bill Spawr on Amazombie drawing post position 11 in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint:
“I love it. He usually gets the one, this time he got two ones (11). He should be out in the clear with no excuses from there. Traffic is usually rough in this race down inside, but he should be able to avoid it.”

Trainer Bill Mott on the laceration that Royal Delta suffered while loading onto her flight from Newburgh, N.Y., to California:
“From my standpoint and her standpoint, I don’t think it will be an issue. It’s no different than a hockey player getting a little cut on his forehead and getting stitched up. They’re athletes.”


MULTI-MEDIA top

Photos: A morning with Breeders’ Cup contenders at Clocker’s Corner (America’s Best Racing)

Video: Ron the Greek, Flat Out and Point of Entry arrive at Santa Anita Park for the Breeders’ Cup (@trifectabox’s Twitter feed)

Video: Breeders’ Cup montage to help get you even more excited for Friday and Saturday (JoeTalamo’s Twitter feed)

Video: Breeders’ Cup returns to Santa Anita and benefits local charity (NBC Los Angeles)

Video: 3-D Breeders’ Cup mural displayed at L.A. Live (NBC Los Angeles)

Video: Meet Joe Santos: son of Hall of Fame jockey Jose, college student, athlete and future trainer (Three Way Shake)

Photos: Life Magazine takes a trip to the 1955 Kentucky Derby (LIFE)


IN THE NEWS top

Full entries, morning line odds set for 2012 Breeders’ Cup (Paulick Report)

Horse of the Year on line for “Dude” (Blood-Horse)

Four thoroughbreds vie for Horse of the Year (The Saratogian)

After long break, Animal Kingdom all grown up for Breeders’ Cup Mile(Kansas City Star)

Breeders’ Cup looks to add to rich history (Los Angeles Times)

A bid for Breeders’ Cup history (Albany Times Union)

Got Purple Fever? Get your Breeders’ Cup information here (Bleacher Report)

Breeders’ Cup a bonanza for the serious horse racing fan (Newsday)

Breeders’ Cup 2012 betting guide, wagering and payout history (SB Nation.com)

Breeders’ Cup contenders that will impress this weekend (Bleacher Report)

Breaking down three of the Breeders’ Cup Classic favorites (Bleacher Report)

Last minute picks and odds for the Breeders’ Cup (Bleacher Report)

Hurricane Sandy scrambles Breeders’ Cup travel plans (The Wall Street Journal)

Wise Dan tops pre-Breeders' Cup poll (Miami Herald)

No place like home for Mandella (ESPN)

Breeders’ Cup a welcome distraction for Mike Mitchell (Los Angeles Times)

Woodbine trainer Casse to saddle five horses at Breeders’ Cup (The Vancouver Sun)

Celebrating the arrival of Breeders’ Cup (4News Los Angeles)

Breeders’ Cup Classic to air in primetime on NBC for first Time (TalkTVWorld.com)

The Ladies’ Classic legacy (ESPN)

Top 10 Breeders’ Cup Moments (ESPN)

Breeders’ Cup mazes (ESPN)

Jim Rome’s Mizdirection earns bullet in final Breeders’ Cup workout (Bleacher Report)

Race day medication banned in some Breeders’ Cup races this weekend (Los Angeles Times)

Groupie Doll carries banner for small-time breeders (USA Today)

Artigiano bids for Breeders prize (Sporting Life)

Wise Dan's exercise rider not an easy job (Lexington Herald-Leader)

Buff Bradley’s family living a horse racing dream with Groupie Doll (Lexington Herald-Leader)

Santa Anita race track keeps its bond with the Broccoli family (The Daily Breeze)

Veteran owner Glen Todd still loves ‘thrill of winning’  (The Province.com)

NYTHA contributes $10,000 to Thoroughbred aftercare (Blood Horse)

The legend of Claiborne Farm grows with another win at Churchill Downs (Horse Racing Nation)

Keeneland concludes fall meet, posts record attendance and strong gains in wagering   (The Lane Report)

Partnerships: A chance to experience the thrill of racing (America’s Best Racing)

Santa Anita wants Gene Simmons (Contra Costa Times)

McCririck angry after being dumped by Channel 4 (UK.Eurosport.yahoo.com)

Crossing the Atlantic to see the superhorse Frankel (New York Times)

Black Caviar graces the cover of Vogue in Australia (Vogue)

Valvoline new NTRA partner (The Blood-Horse)


IN THE BLOGOSPHERE top

Top 10 Breeders’ Cup performances at Santa Anita (Xpressbet.com)

Horses from this weekend’s Breeders’ Cup that are up for sale (Louisville Courier-Journal)

Royal Delta 9-5 Choice in the Ladies Classic (Horse Racing Nation)

Can Shanghai Bobby go two turns in BC Juvenile?  (Horse Racing Nation)

Marketing Mix vs. overseas invaders in BC F&M Turf (Horse Racing Nation)

NHC NEWS top
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NHC QUALIFIERS
Horestourneys.com will be hosting an online qualifier on November 4. Click here to enter.

TwinSpires.com satellite qualifiers are running every Wednesday-Sunday.  Click here for the online schedule and contest details.

FAIR GROUNDS BACK IN DECEMBER
Start making your travel plans to attend the December 15 Fair Grounds NHC event.  Details coming soon!

BREEDERS' CUP BETTING CHALLENGE
There is still time to enter the Breeders' Cup Betting Challenge held at Santa Anita Park during Breeders' Cup weekend, November 2 and 3.  Contact Tim Schram at tschram@breederscup.com for details.

DAILY RACING FORM NHC TOUR LEADER BOARDS
Curtis Meyer (Parker, CO) increased his advantage on the second-half Leader Board with a fourth-place finish at Surfside. Meanwhile, Mark Streiff (Mission Viejo, CA) added to his full-year lead with two third-place finishes at Surfside. Mark’s full-year points total now stands 15,648 points.

Click here to view the overall full Leader Board standings.

Click here to view the second-half full Leader Board standings.

Name 

2H LB Points

Name 

Full LB Points

Curtis Meyer

10,248

Mark Streiff

15,648

Mark Streiff

8,675

Mark McGuire

13,804

Judy Wagner

6,477

Christopher Larmey

11,722

Richard Grose

6,181

Curtis Meyer

10,248

Jacque Hong

6,121

Rhonda Sylvester

10,186

     

Player Profile

 

 

  

Stephen Levine

Stephen is from Thousand Oaks, CA.  This will be his first appearance at the NHC.  He is also an expert on harness racing and is one of the 35 voters in the USTA weekly standardbred top 10 poll.

Click here to read Stephen's complete NHC player biography.

CALENDAR top
RACING TO HISTORY top

Oct. 31, 1944: The saddle cloth numbers of the first five race winners at Jamaica corresponded to the number of the race in which each horse started.

Oct. 31, 1964: Seven-year-old Kelso won his fifth consecutive Jockey Club Gold Cup, a record. In each of those races, Kelso was the odds-on favorite.

Oct. 31, 1987: Jockey Chris Antley became the first rider to win nine races in a single day. He rode four winners from six mounts at Aqueduct and five winners from eight tries during The Meadowlands’ evening program.

Oct. 31, 2002: Hall of Fame jockey Julie Krone returned to race riding after a two-year absence.  She finished fifth aboard both of her mounts on the day at Santa Anita Park.

Oct. 31, 2003: Hall of Fame trainer Bobby Frankel broke D. Wayne Lukas’ North American single season earnings record of $17,842,358 set in 1988 after saddling Golden Rahy to victory in the seventh race at Santa Anita.  

Oct. 31, 2007: Trainer Scott Lake registered the 4,000th win of his career when he saddled Hickory Trick to victory in the 8th race at Penn National.

Nov. 1, 1944: Racing returned to Hollywood Park after a three-year hiatus, which followed the attack on Pearl Harbor.

Nov. 1, 1938: Before a crowd of 40,000 spectators, Seabiscuit, under jockey George Woolf, defeated odds-on favorite War Admiral in the Pimlico Special, run as a winner-take-all match race with a purse of $15,000.

Nov. 1, 1947: Man o’ War died at Faraway Farm, Lexington, Ky. He lay in state for three days before being ceremoniously buried on Nov. 4.

Nov. 2, 1968: John Nerud-trained Dr. Fager, carrying 139 pounds, won the last race of his career, the seven-furlong Vosburgh Handicap at Aqueduct, by six lengths. Dr. Fager was subsequently named champion handicap horse, champion sprinter, turf champion and Horse of the Year.

Nov. 2, 1985: Trainer D. Wayne Lukas won his first Breeders’ Cup race, the Juvenile Fillies, with Twilight Ridge.

Nov. 2, 1991: Arazi unleashed a powerful move on the far turn at Churchill Downs to capture the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile by five lengths over Bertrando.

Nov. 2, 2008: Broodmare of the year Better Than Honour (dam of Jazil and Rags to Riches, the 2006-07 Belmont Stakes winners, respectively) was sold for a record $14 million at the Fasig-Tipton sale in Lexington, Ky.

Nov. 3, 1923: Tanforan, in suburban San Francisco, opened for a 25-day, non-betting meet.

Nov. 3, 2003: Cash Run, winner of the 1999 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies, sold for a world record broodmare price of $7.1 million at the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale in Lexington, Ky.

Nov. 4, 1927: Bateau was disqualified from her third-place finish in the Pimlico Futurity after her jockey, Earl Sande, used the filly to ram the future Kentucky Derby winner, Reigh Count, into the rail. Sande subsequently was suspended for his action.

Nov. 5, 1988: Miesque became the first horse to win two consecutive Breeders’ Cup Championship races when she won the Breeders’ Cup Mile at Churchill Downs.

Nov. 5, 1988: Julie Krone became the first female jockey to compete in the Breeders’ Cup when she rode Darby Shuffle to a second-place finish in the Juvenile Fillies.

Nov. 5, 1988: Ogden Phipps’ four-year-old filly Personal Ensign concluded her racing career with a 13-for-13 lifetime record when she edged Winning Colors by a nose to win the Breeders’ Cup Distaff at Churchill Downs. She was the first American racehorse to retire undefeated in major competition since Colin in 1908.

Nov. 5, 2004: Trainer Dale Baird became the first trainer to reach 9000 wins when Frazee’s Folly captured the eighth race at Mountaineer Park in Chester, W. Va.

Nov. 5, 2011: Hall of Fame trainer Bill Mott won his second “Classic” in 24 hours when Drosselmeyer captured the Breeders’ Cup Classic at Churchill Downs. A day earlier, Mott saddled Royal Delta to victory in the Breeders’ Cup Ladies Classic.

Nov. 5, 2011: Three-time Breeders’ Cup Mile winner Goldikova was denied her fourth consecutive win in the race by 64-1 long shot Court Vision. Goldikova finished third.

Nov. 5, 2011: Joseph O’Brien, 18, became the youngest jockey to win a Breeders’ Cup race when he guided St Nicholas Abbey to victory in the Breeders’ Cup Turf. St Nicholas Abbey was trained by Joseph’s father, the legendary Irish trainer Aidan O’Brien.

Nov. 6, 1946: Three fillies from Argentina arrived at Newark Airport, having made a journey of 8,250 miles, the then-longest flight ever for horses.

Nov. 6, 1973: Secretariat was paraded before 33,000 fans at Aqueduct, as his final appearance at a racetrack before retirement to stud at Claiborne Farm.

Nov. 6, 1993: The Breeders’ Cup was simulcast to England for wagering purposes for the first time.

Nov. 6, 1993: Lure became the fourth horse to win consecutive Breeders’ Cup events when he won the Breeders’ Cup Mile. The three previous runners with consecutive victories were Miesque, Bayakoa (ARG) and Morley Street (IRE), the latter a two-time winner in the steeplechase division.

Nov. 6, 2010: Zenyatta’s 19-race undefeated streak ended when she was beaten by a head by Blame in the Breeders’ Cup Classic at Churchill Downs.

Nov. 6, 2010: Goldikova became the first horse to win three Breeders’ Cup races when she scored her third consecutive triumph in the TVG Breeders’ Cup Mile.

Nov. 7, 1998: Skip Away finished sixth to Awesome Again in the Breeders’ Cup Classic and was denied the title of racing's all-time leading money earner. Skip Away was retired after the race with earnings of $9,616,360, second to Cigar, whose earnings total $9,999,815. 

Nov. 7, 2005: Ashado, the second-leading female money winner of all time, was sold at the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale to Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum for $9 million, a world record auction price for a broodmare.

Nov. 7, 2007: Mario Pino became the 15th jockey in North America to win 6,000 races when he piloted Pass Play to victory in the 7th race at Laurel Park.

Nov. 7, 2009: Zenyatta remained undefeated through 14 career starts and became the first female to capture the Breeders’ Cup Classic. The win over Twice Over boosted Zenyatta’s career bankroll to $5,474,580, moving her ahead of Azeri as North America’s all-time leading female money earner.

Nov. 8, 1997: Favorite Trick won the Breeder's Cup Juvenile, concluding an 8-for-8 two-year-old campaign.  Favorite Trick would later be voted 1997 Horse of the Year.

Nov. 8, 2000: The New York Racing Association announced that it would begin using the color-coded saddlecloths adopted by many other racetracks around the country.

Nov. 9, 1957: Wheatley Stable’s Bold Ruler, with Eddie Arcaro aboard, won the Trenton Handicap in a wire-to-wire victory over Gallant Man and Round Table in a three-horse race. Bold Ruler was subsequently named Horse of the Year off this performance.

Nov. 9, 1972: Secretariat worked seven furlongs in 1:25 4-5 at Garden State Park in preparation for the final race of his two-year-old season, the Garden State Stakes on Nov. 18.

Nov. 9, 1988: Laffit Pincay Jr. became the second jockey in history to win 7,000 races when he won the seventh race at Hollywood Park aboard Phone Bid.

Nov. 10, 1978: Jockey Patrick Valenzuela won his first career race, aboard Parker Petite, at Sunland Park in New Mexico.

Nov. 10, 1984: The inaugural Breeders’ Cup was run at Hollywood Park. The highlight of the seven Breeders’ Cup races, the Classic, pitted Wild Again, Gate Dancer and Slew o’ Gold, who was the odds-on favorite despite having a well-publicized hoof injury. After a furious drive to the wire, which involved considerable bumping among the three horses, Wild Again prevailed, but Gate Dancer was disqualified from his second-place finish for interference and was placed third, behind Slew o’ Gold.

Nov. 11, 1973: Secretariat was flown to Claiborne Farm to begin his stud career.

Nov. 11, 1978: At age four, 1977 Triple Crown winner Seattle Slew won his last race, the Stuyvesant Handicap at Aqueduct Racetrack, by 3 1-4 lengths.

Nov. 11, 2007: Jockey Garrett Gomez set a new record for stakes wins in one year when he piloted Spring Awakening to victory in the Moccasin Stakes at Hollywood Park.

Nov. 12, 1904: Four-year-old Machine Gun carried 159 pounds, believed to be the highest impost in a winning effort on the flat, at Riccarton in New Zealand. Time for the five-furlong race was :58.

Nov. 12, 1999, Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, a driving force behind American racing, died in Mill Neck, N.Y., at age 87.

Nov. 14, 1997: Jockey Eddie Arcaro, a 1958 Racing Hall of Fame inductee and the only two-time winner of the Triple Crown, died of cancer at his home in Miami at age 81.


WEEKEND STAKES RACES top

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2
Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf, 3&up (f&m), $2,000,000, Grade I, 1 1-4M (T), Santa Anita Park

Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies, 2yo fillies, $2,000,000, Grade I, 1 1-16M, Santa Anita Park

Breeders’ Cup Ladies’ Classic, 3&up (f&m), $2,000,000, Grade I, 1 1-8M, Santa Anita Park

Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf, 2yo fillies, $1,000,000, Grade I, 1M (T), Santa Anita Park

Breeders’ Cup Marathon, 3&up, $500,000, Grade II, 1 3-4M, Santa Anita Park

Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Sprint, 2yo, $500,000, 6F, Santa Anita Park

Twilight Derby, 3yo, $150,000, Grade II, 1 1-8M (T), Santa Anita Park

Ack Ack Handicap, 3&up, $100,000, 1M, Churchill Downs

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3
Breeders’ Cup Classic, 3&up, $5,000,000, Grade I, 1 1-4M, Santa Anita Park

Breeders’ Cup Turf, 3&up, $3,000,000, Grade I, 1 1-2M (T), Santa Anita Park

Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, 2yo, $2,000,000, Grade I, 1 1-16M, Santa Anita Park

Breeders’ Cup Mile, 3&up, $2,000,000, Grade I, 1M (T), Santa Anita Park

Breeders’ Cup Sprint, 3&up, $1,500,000, Grade I, 6F, Santa Anita Park

Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile, 3&up, $1,000,000, Grade I, 1M, Santa Anita Park

Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Sprint, 3&up (f&m), $1,000,000, Grade I, 7F, Santa Anita Park

Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf, 2yo, $1,000,000, Grade I, 1M (T), Santa Anita Park

Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint, 3&up, $1,000,000, Grade I, 6 1-2F (T), Santa Anita Park

Red Smith Handicap, 3&up, $200,000, Grade II, 1 3-8M (T), Aqueduct

Maple Leaf Stakes, 3&up (f&m), $175,000, 1 1-4M, Woodbine

Chilukki Stakes, 3&up (f&m), $150,000, Grade II, 1M, Churchill Downs

Mountaineer Mile Stakes, 3&up, $130,000, 1M, Mountaineer Park

Smart Halo Stakes, 2yo fillies, $125,000, 6F, Laurel Park

Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Filly Sprint Preview Stakes, 2yo fillies, $100,000, 7F, Santa Anita Park

Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint Preview Stakes, 2yo, $100,000, 6 1-2F (T), Santa Anita Park

Damascus Stakes, 3yo, $100,000, 7F, Santa Anita Park

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4
Nashua Stakes, 2yo, $200,000, Grade II, 1M, Aqueduct

Goldikova Stakes, 3&up (f&m), $150,000, Grade II, 1M (T), Santa Anita Park

Ontario Fashion Stakes, 3&up (f&m), $150,000, Grade III, 6F, Woodbine

Tempted Stakes, 2yo fillies, $150,000, Grade III, 1M, Aqueduct

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6
Colonial Cup Steeplechase Handicap, 4&up, $100,000, Grade I, 2 3-4M (Steeplechase), Camden


RACING ON THE AIR (All times Eastern) top

November 2 Breeders’ Cup World Championships (Santa Anita Park), 4:00-8:00 p.m., NBC Sports Network

November 3 Breeders’ Cup World Championships (Santa Anita Park), 3:30-8:00 p.m., NBC Sports Network

November 3 Breeders’ Cup Classic (Santa Anita Park), 8:00-9:00 p.m., NBC

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TURN OF FOOT top
Who do you like in the Breeders' Cup Classic? Tweet your answers to @ABRLive!