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This Date in History

Kelso, Chris Antley, Bobby Frankel, Julie Krone - October 31st

Kelso set a new track and world record when he ran 2 miles as a 7yo in 3:19.20 at Aqueduct while carrying 124 pounds. ~1964
 
The saddle cloth numbers of the first five race winners at Jamaica corresponded to the number of the race in which each horse started. ~1944
 
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. ~2002
 
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. ~1987
       
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. ~2003

 

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