Yayastupid. He's not there, either. Do you actually believe ALL the gossip you read on the Internet? You must date a "French model", like the tv commercial, lol!
Another "reported to be in unknown condition"? At least on this one you spelled unknown correctly.
Ryder river ridge farms never even had any ownership in this horse. He stood for one season (2012) then left. You're continuing to show your ignorance!
"Reported to be in unknown condition"? That makes no sense, you're a clueless idiot.
Hey, yayaidiot! That horse has been back with his owner Royce Roberts for over 2 years. Get you facts straight before you run your mouth!
Really? He's at Ryder river ridge farms? Might check with the people who claimed him on aug 4th at Evangeline downs. The name is Alisse Primeaux
I do know Tony personally, unfortunately. What I've said on here (deleted and not deleted) is from personal knowledge, not from rumors I heard.
And, how about the one in the 8th at LAD? Amerocko. Recently owned by the breeder John Hulsey, "sold" (surely by Tony at a 10% commission) to Gabriel Suarez, but Tony's still the trainer. Ran for $10,000 back in March, dropped to $5,000 for his most recent 3 starts with 2 2nd's & a win. Now the new owner thinks Tony is a "super trainer", like Martinez thinks, but the horse probably should be at $10,000 anyway. And this crook made a commission off the sale & still has the horse. Everybody should look in this guy's eyes when he talks. He's a liar and a crook. But, give the devil his due, he'll do anything to win. Only question is: Can you afford it?
Take for example a horse running today at LAD in the 9th race: Lucky Matika. Claimed on 5/20/10 for $12,500, Tony ran her back on 7/4/10 for $20,000, only to run 4th like she ran for $12,500. He ran her back for $5,000, only to run 8th. Back in today for $12,500. Hate to be Nicky Rowell. Probably $5,000 or more in "training" and vet expenses, with about $500 income.
I do know for a fact that I am correct, thanks for you confirmation. I just worry about some of Tony rubbing off on Joey. Another trick of Tony's is to get a horse from one owner & sell to another, making a commission. Then, he'll sell it once again to another owner, making another commission. This process goes on, making a commission each time, and continuing to be the trainer of the horse. He's got a ton of tricks in his bag, that's why it's best for everyone to stay away from him. And yes, "crook & snake" describe him perfectly. I've scraped better than him off the bottom of my boots...
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