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Jorge Abreu

Jorge Abreu has been steadily building his stable since hanging out his own shingle in late 2016 following eight years as an assistant to leading trainer Chad Brown. Abreu hit the ground running with four wins from his first five starters. Based in New York, he has done well with the Irish import Goodthingstaketime, who […]

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Tony Granitz

Tony Granitz is one of the leading trainers at Indiana Grand, where purse money is abundant for horses bred in the Hoosier State. Granitz oversaw the richest Indiana-bred in history, a filly named Lady Fog Horn who not only scored 11 times at the track outside Indianapolis, but also prevailed in the Grade 2 Falls […]

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Danny Gargan

Danny Gargan is a racetrack “lifer” who grew up in the neighborhood around Churchill Downs in Louisville and followed his late father, also named Danny, into the racing business. The elder Gargan was a successful jockey, winning the 1973 Kentucky Oaks. The younger Gargan was only 4 years old when his father died but he […]

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Steve Asmussen

Steve Asmussen is a two-time Eclipse Award winner for leading trainer and was inducted into the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame in 2016. Born in South Dakota, Asmussen had a brief stint as a jockey before shifting his focus to training racehorses. His success has been amazing, with over 8,000 wins, including […]

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John Sadler

Born in Long Beach California in 1956, John Sadler is a very experienced horseman. He saddled his first winner in 1979 at Golden Gate Fields before winning the first match race in the history of Santa Anita in 1991. He’s become a prominent figure not only in California but in racing around the country. Sadler […]

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Wayne Catalano

Born in New Orleans, Catalano started his career on the racetrack with Hall of Fame trainer Jack Van Berg. His size made him a great candidate to be a jockey, and Catalano did just that, earning his first victory on May 20, 1974. He was ranked second in North America by wins in 1977, and […]

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Cherie DeVaux

Cherie DeVaux went out on her own in the spring of 2018 after spending nearly eight years as an assistant to Eclipse Award-winning trainer Chad Brown. Prior to working for Brown, she spent five years working for trainer Chuck Simon. A Saratoga-area native, DeVaux grew up in racing and her family is heavily involved with […]

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Keith Desormeaux

A native of Louisiana, J. Keith Desormeaux began training horses after graduating from Louisiana Tech University with a degree in animal science. Desormeaux is best known for training Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1) and Jim Dandy Stakes (G2) winner Texas Red and Preakness Stakes (G1) winner Exaggerator. His brother, Kent Desormeaux is a Hall of Fame […]

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Eddie Woods

Eddie Woods is one of the very best young horse developers in the country and is among the top consignors of 2-year-olds year in and year out. A native of Meath, Ireland, he operates out of a 240-acre training center in Ocala, Florida. Eddie was a steeplechase jockey before moving to the United States and […]

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Ian Wilkes

Ian Wilkes grew up on a dairy farm in Australia, and his introduction to racing came selling racebooks as a schoolboy at Muswellbrook. He left school at an early age to work with horses and eventually started working for trainers Paul Sutherland, Vic Thompson Jr., and Colin Hayes. Wilkes came to the United States in […]

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