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Talkin' Horses with Robert LaPenta

Robert LaPenta, a native of Yonkers, New York who now resides in Westport, Connecticut, was introduced to racing during his youth by his mother. He first became an owner in 1998 in partnership with University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino. LaPenta established his own stable in 2001, with Hall of famer Nick Zito as his primary trainer. His stable consisting of more th an 60 horses also includes horses with trainers Doug O’Neill and Ron Moquett. Read More

 

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