Ticker
  • Far Right shoots up the rail again to score in the Southwest Stakes. Posted 4 days ago
  • Khozan demolishes a Gulfstream Park allowance field to remain perfect in two starts. Posted 4 days ago
  • No beating North Slope as he returns to dirt a winner in the Evening Attire. Posted 4 days ago
  •  International Star scrapes the paint to win the Risen Star.Posted 5 days ago
  • I'm A Chatterbox speaks loud and clear in the Rachel Alexandra. Posted 5 days ago
  • Itsaknockout wins the Fountain of Youth on the DQ of Upstart. Posted 5 days ago
  •  Chocolate Ride sneaks away in the Fair Grounds Handicap.Posted 5 days ago
  • Long On Value clearly Best in the Canadian Turf. Posted 5 days ago
  •  Street Babe surprise the Mineshaft field at Fair Grounds.Posted 5 days ago
  • Main Sequence storms home late to win the Mac Diarmida! Posted 5 days ago
HRN Original Blog:
This Date in History

Bill Hartack, Sandy Hawley, Earl Sande, Secretariat - October 14th

Jockey Bill Hartack  rode his first career winner, at Waterford Park. ~1952
 
Sandy Hawley won his first race aboard a two-year-old gelding named Fly Alone, riding at Woodbine Racecourse. ~1968
 
After a 21-year hiatus as a professional jockey, Earl Sande, 54, won his first race in a comeback, with Miss Weesie, at Jamaica. Sande's comeback began on Oct. 5 and ended with his win at Jamaica, where he received an ovation from a crowd of 18,184. ~1953
 
Secretariat suffered his first and only disqualification when he was placed second in the Champagne Stakes at Belmont Park, giving Stop the Music the win.  Had he not been dq'd, Secretariat would have been credited with completing a mile in 1:35 flat, while finishing 2 lengths in front. 6 wins from 7 starts ~1972

 

comments powered by Disqus