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Santa Anita: Another Gutierrez winner

Trainer Jorge Gutierrez, a semi-private trainer for owner-breeder Ben Warren, won his 10th race of the meeting when Warren's Tony R. rallied wide to win a $25,000 claimer for non-winners of two in Thursday's third race. Gutierrez has won 10 races from 67 starters. He was second in Thursday's first race with the 6-5 favorite Warren's Moon.
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Warren's Amber won the Evening Jewel
another Gutierrez, a young rider from Mexico. may be going for his first mount at Churchill come the first Satruday in May....GOOD FOR HIM
http://viacash.ca/mobile-atms-barrie-ontario. you come in the money about one in forty races.
i can only say, 99% of your horses suck, are they just fillers for the exotic pools? you come in the money about one in forty races.
OMG, i think I've discovered where all of those horses with "Warren" in their name come from! Ben Warren!
wow, one of your 39 horses won
i can only say, 99% of your horses suck, are they just fillers for the exotic pools? you come in the money about one in forty races.

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