• Long shot Stormy Lucy (65-1) upsets the Matriarch (G1) at Del Mar in the last stride. Posted 1 day ago
  • Dortmund romps home a winner in the Native Diver.Posted 2 days ago
  • Commissioner much the best in the Hawthorne Gold Cup.Posted 2 days ago
  • Chiropractor edges March for a Hollywood Derby win at 14-1.Posted 2 days ago
  • Airoforce takes to the dirt in a big way, pulling away to win the Kentucky Jockey Club.Posted 2 days ago
  • Carina Mia turns back Stageplay in the Golden Rod.Posted 2 days ago
  • Tonalist with a late rush to just get up in the Cigar Mile!Posted 2 days ago
  • Forever Unbridled outduels Carrumba to the wire in the Comely.Posted 2 days ago
  • Mohaymen an impressive winner of Aqueduct's nine furlong Remsen.Posted 2 days ago
  • Lewis Bay runs to her odds in the Demoiselle.Posted 2 days ago
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Angel Penna Sr. was a long time favourite trainer for Odgen Phipps and family. My dad, Ramon Encinas, rode for them for many years. He was from Argentina, and passed away in 2009. The Liberal Member was one of the major successes for my dad when he rode him to win the Brooklyn Handicap!!! I miss him dearly, I can still recall the happiness of that day!
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  • buckpasser · Sorry about Jackson Bend. He did look good. Saw the replay. · 722 days ago
  • buckpasser · In thinking about it, they were going to go to Dubai with POE, but it looked like Frank killed that. So perhaps they are looking to foreign racing. · 722 days ago
Good morning Buck.As i mentioned to you in one of our earlier discussions.The Phipps name is synonimous in American Racing history.With their long list of Superstars in which they raced,i settled on the one who was not as famous as many of the others.I really cannot remeber why,but this was my favorite Phipps horse of all time.You mentioned earlier that he won the Brooklyn.I googled him and noticed he placed in it the year after.He also won the Sedreteriat. I am having a hard time finding data on him,Is there a web site that you can reccommend, one in which they might have raeding material on him.I know a book is out of the question.I seriously doubt that there is someone else who found him intriguing to that level. As always much appreciated.Funny with my dad,as i mentioned.He is updating me on the old jocks.His favorite was Johnny Rodz(hope spelling is correct)
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  • tmallios1 · Thanks guys,i just scrolled down and saw the comments.Amino my Dad thanks you on the Rotz update.Why am i not surprised. · 814 days ago
  • travel_vic · Phaipps have some of the best thought out names in the business · 814 days ago
buckpasser by your intro name i assume you were a big fan of the phipps dynasty and El Gran Senor, A ngel Pena. I was remminiscing with a friend and The Liberal Member came up with Ramon Encinas. when i was younger,he was one of my favorite horses.i do not remember why. do you have any memories of him.
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  • tmallios1 · thx buck,the name came up when my friend brought up ramon encinas,i think he was a south american jock that · 870 days ago
  • tmallios1 · also do not know if true or not.i remember meeting someone who had horses with the senors son angel penna jr. he says the reason he runs 1rst time a hotses at a distance many times rather than sprints.learned from his dad.at a distance they usually jockey for position and only do hard running for 2 furlongs or so.allows the horse to settle in and not fully exert themselves. in a sprint ,it is basically helter skelter from when the doors open.easy to wind a horse. takes much longer to prepare them for next time out. · 870 days ago

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