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June 3, 1990 | BRAD McKINZIE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Favored Takin On The Cash broke on the lead and was never really challenged in winning the $233,000 Kindergarten Stakes for 2-year-olds at Los Alamitos Saturday night. With Danny Cardoza in the saddle for his third career Kindergarten victory, the Dash For Cash colt won by one length and was timed in 17.65 seconds for 350 yards. Takin On The Cash has won three of his five career starts and earned $185,000.
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October 5, 1992
Regal Groom held off Gum to win the $150,000 Pomona Invitational Handicap, giving trainer Caesar Dominguez his fifth stakes victory of the 19-day Los Angeles County Fair meet a Fairplex Park. The meet record for stakes victories is six, by Mel Stute in 1982. Regal Groom stalked early leaders C. Sam Maggio and Memo to the top of the stretch, when jockey Corey Nakatani called on his mount to go after Memo, who went by C. Sam Maggio at the quarter pole.
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October 5, 1992
Regal Groom held off Gum to win the $150,000 Pomona Invitational Handicap, giving trainer Caesar Dominguez his fifth stakes victory of the 19-day Los Angeles County Fair meet a Fairplex Park. The meet record for stakes victories is six, by Mel Stute in 1982. Regal Groom stalked early leaders C. Sam Maggio and Memo to the top of the stretch, when jockey Corey Nakatani called on his mount to go after Memo, who went by C. Sam Maggio at the quarter pole.
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January 30, 1991 | STEVE SCHUELEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
It was a bittersweet week for exiled trainer Caesar Dominguez. Dominguez, who has been barred from California tracks since August, when one of his quarter horses tested positive for a prohibited substance, was happy to learn that two 3-year-olds he was responsible for buying and once training had won rich Southland stakes.
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November 27, 1990
Through Nov. 25 Horses--1. Refrigerator, $1,089,902; 2. Quick Fun, $366,623; 3. Special Project, $328,492; 4, Takin' On The Cash, $314,544; 5. Strait To The Bank, $254,214; 6. Signed To Fly, $252,640; 7. Apprehend, $218,173; 8. See Me Gone, $209,491; 9. Vital Sign, $203,608; 10, Moons High, $199,994. Trainers--1. Jack Brooks, $1,632,696; 2. Dwayne Gilbreath, $1,362,749; 3. Blane Schvaneveldt, $1,244,377; 4. Caesar Dominguez, $753,521; 5. Daryn Charlton, $680,225; 6. Arnold Simmons, $662,226; 7.
SPORTS
January 30, 1991 | STEVE SCHUELEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
It was a bittersweet week for exiled trainer Caesar Dominguez. Dominguez, who has been barred from California tracks since August, when one of his quarter horses tested positive for a prohibited substance, was happy to learn that two 3-year-olds he was responsible for buying and once training had won rich Southland stakes.
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June 23, 1985 | DICK WAGNER, Times Staff Writer
In a room filled with country music and little men, he was the littlest. The others, with delight and a measure of audacity, kiddingly called him a midget, and he laughed because he knows and they know that he is the perfect size for his profession. Henry Garcia could only sympathize as other jockeys headed for the steam room to try to melt pounds so they wouldn't be denied a ride.
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June 20, 1985 | DICK WAGNER, Times Staff Writer
In a room filled with country music and little men, he was the littlest. The others, with delight and a measure of audacity, kiddingly called him a midget, and he laughed because he knows and they know that he is the perfect size for his profession. Henry Garcia could only sympathize as other jockeys headed for the "hot box" (steam room) to try to melt pounds so they wouldn't be denied a ride.
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September 28, 1998 | From Times Wire Services
Favored Score Quick became the seventh horse in Fairplex Park history to win the $100,000 Ralph M. Hinds Pomona Invitational Handicap in consecutive years on Sunday as the Los Angeles County Fair meeting came to a close. Score Quick, ridden by Matt Garcia, led from the start of the about 1 1/8-mile race and defeated Budroyale by a half-length in 1:50. For Score Quick's trainer, 71-year-old Mel Stute, it was the 146th career victory and 40th stakes win at the Pomona track--both records.
SPORTS
June 18, 1989
Hez Class, a 21-1 longshot, upset 6-5 favorite Strawfly Special in the $356,000 Bay Meadows Futurity Saturday night at Los Alamitos. The Futurity is the first major race of the season for 2-year-old quarter horses. Trained by leading trainer Caesar Dominguez and ridden by Danny Cardoza, the sorrel colt by Easy Jet took the early lead, lost it momentarily inside the final 100 yards, then battled back for the upset win. Hez Class, who paid $45.60 to win, earned $127,163 for owner Felipe Tiscareno, after covering the 350 yards in 17.63 seconds for a stakes record.
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November 27, 1990
Through Nov. 25 Horses--1. Refrigerator, $1,089,902; 2. Quick Fun, $366,623; 3. Special Project, $328,492; 4, Takin' On The Cash, $314,544; 5. Strait To The Bank, $254,214; 6. Signed To Fly, $252,640; 7. Apprehend, $218,173; 8. See Me Gone, $209,491; 9. Vital Sign, $203,608; 10, Moons High, $199,994. Trainers--1. Jack Brooks, $1,632,696; 2. Dwayne Gilbreath, $1,362,749; 3. Blane Schvaneveldt, $1,244,377; 4. Caesar Dominguez, $753,521; 5. Daryn Charlton, $680,225; 6. Arnold Simmons, $662,226; 7.
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June 3, 1990 | BRAD McKINZIE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Favored Takin On The Cash broke on the lead and was never really challenged in winning the $233,000 Kindergarten Stakes for 2-year-olds at Los Alamitos Saturday night. With Danny Cardoza in the saddle for his third career Kindergarten victory, the Dash For Cash colt won by one length and was timed in 17.65 seconds for 350 yards. Takin On The Cash has won three of his five career starts and earned $185,000.
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June 23, 1985 | DICK WAGNER, Times Staff Writer
In a room filled with country music and little men, he was the littlest. The others, with delight and a measure of audacity, kiddingly called him a midget, and he laughed because he knows and they know that he is the perfect size for his profession. Henry Garcia could only sympathize as other jockeys headed for the steam room to try to melt pounds so they wouldn't be denied a ride.
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June 20, 1985 | DICK WAGNER, Times Staff Writer
In a room filled with country music and little men, he was the littlest. The others, with delight and a measure of audacity, kiddingly called him a midget, and he laughed because he knows and they know that he is the perfect size for his profession. Henry Garcia could only sympathize as other jockeys headed for the "hot box" (steam room) to try to melt pounds so they wouldn't be denied a ride.
SPORTS
February 4, 1991 | STEVE SCHUELEIN
Los Alamitos stewards have dismissed a case against quarter horse trainer Russell Harris for a positive drug test by one of his horses in November. "Our experts showed that the test could have arisen either through cocaine going through the system or contamination of the sample," said Conrad Klein, Harris' attorney, after the four-day hearing. "We also established: 1) contamination of the jars; and 2) cocaine within the vicinity of where the jars are left.
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June 3, 1990 | BRAD McKINZIE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Takin On The Cash vaulted to the top of the national picture Saturday night at Los Alamitos Race Course, where the son of Dash For Cash scored an impressive victory in the $233,000 Kindergarten. Takin On The Cash, with Danny Cardoza aboard for his third Kindergarten victory, broke on the lead and was never really challenged as he cruised to a one-length victory in 17.65 seconds over 350 yards. Takin On The Cash's victory follows the colt's April triumph in the Bay Meadows Futurity.
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