John B Connally Turf Hcp


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They say everything is big down in Texas. From my Lone Star State experiences, I’d have to say that ‘they’ are correct. Saturday evening at Sam Houston Race Park should fit right in. The richest day in Texas racing promises to be a big night. The after dark card features the $400,000 Houston Ladies ...Read More
Nikki’s Sandcastle has shown quite the affinity for the Gulfstream turf thus far in his career. In 7 career starts over the South Florida track’s grass, the chestnut Castledale (IRE) gelding is 7: 3-1-2 with his worst finish being a fourth place finish in an allowance optional claiming event on New ...Read More
With the realization that thoroughbred racing needs to be progressive in both the marketing and packaging of its product in order to compete for a percentage of the ever shrinking disposable income of the consumer, creative new thinking has become essential not only for the here and now, but also fo...Read More
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  • buckpasser · TV if the Ontario tracks were doing such a great job of attracting fans, please explain to me why on the Ontario report it showed only 3 tracks that had purses drawn from more from wagering than from slots revenue. Woodbine, Fort Erie and Mohawk drew at the most 51% percent of their purse structure from wagering, the rest came from slots revenue. Ironically, the track that had the best percentage was Fort Erie. In many tracks wagering barely accounted for two percent of the purse structure. If the fan experience was so great, why then are Woodbine etc. barely able to survive without some level of cash infusion. · 479 days ago ·
  • buckpasser · As far as I am concerned, Ontario is a cautionary tale for NY racing in particular. New York State and NY City are about to run deficits to the tune of billions of dollars. They have already raised taxes and cut services. They need some stream of revenue and certainly Cuomo is eyeing gambling expansion. The industry had better be prepared for this. Pennsylvania horsemen headed off huge changes to income distributions and programs. · 479 days ago ·
Florida invader Stately Victor returns to the lawn for the first time since last summer when he takes on eight rivals in the $200,000 John B. Connally Turf Cup Handicap (gr. IIIT) at Sam Houston Race Park the night of Jan. 29.Winner of the the Blue Grass Stakes (gr. I) over Keeneland's Polytrack at ...Read More
Front-running Acting Zippy broke quickly and scored a gate-to-wire win in the $300,00, Grade 3 Connally Turf Cup on Saturday night at Sam Houston Race Park. For rider Robby Albarado, it was Connally win No. 3. “I only come here once a year, and it’s always worth it,” said Albarado, whose base is the...Read More
The $200,000 John B. Connally Turf Handicap (gr. IIIT) came up as a real hat pin special Jan. 30, attracting a capacity field of 14 entrants with no clear standouts at Sam Houston Race Park.Read More

Race Results & Past Performances

View Details01/26/13Hou81 1/8 mT04+ MJohn B Connally Turf Hcp-G3Swift WarriorKing DavidWillcox Inn1:49.21
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View Details01/28/12Hou81 1/8 mT04+ MJohn B Connally Turf Hcp-G3Papaw BodieProceed BeeLittle Wagon1:49.84
View Details01/29/11Hou81 1/8 mT04+ MJohn B Connally Turf Hcp-G3SchramsbergSouthern AnthemStately Victor1:50.22
View Details01/30/10Hou91 1/8 mT03+ MJohn B Connally Turf Hcp-G3Acting ZippyOrientate ExpressBaltimore Bob1:52.31