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Thedayofthegrey, Pacific Coast Win Ohio Thoroughbred Race Fund Stakes Races At Thistledown

A pair of $100,000 Ohio Thoroughbred Race Fund Stakes (OTRF) were contested early on the JACK Thistledown program on Saturday, August 14 at JACK Thistledown in North Randall, Ohio. Both events were for Ohio-registered 2-year-olds at six furlongs, with the first being the Best of Ohio Cleveland Kindergarten Stakes that featured a field of nine […]

Five Best Of Ohio Events Scheduled For Saturday At Thistledown

Jack Thistledown plays host to five $100,000 Best of Ohio events on Saturday, Aug. 14, beginning with a first race post time of 12:20 pm, ET. That first event is the $100,000 Best of Ohio Cleveland Kindergarten Stakes, a six-furlong sprint for 2-year-old Ohio Registered foals. Scheduled as the first race, this will be the […]

Historically Earns First Stakes Win in Cleveland Gold Cup at Thistledown

Historically picked up his first stakes win by scoring a commanding victory in Saturday’s $75,000 Daniel Stearns Cleveland Gold Cup at Jack Thistledown in North Randall, Ohio. The brown gelding, a son of Carpe Diem – Delitefully Wild, by Offlee Wild, bested eight rivals to capture the one and one eighth mile contest in 1:53.68 […]

Thistledown’s Thursday Card Features Pair Of Ohio-Bred Stakes

A pair of $75,000 Ohio Thoroughbred Race Fund (OTRF) stakes will highlight the JACK Thistledown racing card on Thursday, June 17. Set as the co-featured sixth and seventh races are the George Lewis Memorial Stakes and the J. William Petro Memorial Handicap. First race post time is 12:50 pm, ET. A field of eight Ohio […]

Remembering Ohio’s Champions: Ten-Time Stakes Winner Angenora’s Legacy Lives On

One of Ohio’s finest mares lives on in an Ohio Thoroughbred Race Fund stake named in her honor. Angenora, foaled May 28, 1979, was a bay daughter of Two Relics, out of the Royal Note mare Happy Highness. Bred by Happy Times Farms, Angenora sold early in her 2-year-old season for $8,500 and began her […]

Remembering Ohio’s Champions: Tougaloo Retired As Richest Ohio-Bred In History

One of Ohio’s best runners from the 1980s was the champion Tougaloo, a tough, hard-knocking mare who captured the Rose DeBartolo Memorial Handicap a record three times. Named Ohio Horse of the Year in 1989, the striking grey daughter by Lot O’Gold-Bright Reply, by Gleaming was foaled March 22, 1983 for owners/breeders Landon and Cynthia […]