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May 20, 2006 | Robyn Norwood
Jeremy Rose is back at the scene of what could have been the most disastrous day of his life but turned into the most delirious. He was in the saddle last year when Afleet Alex buckled nearly to his knees at the top of the stretch in the Preakness Stakes, then righted himself and won. "I pulled back, but he's the one who stayed on his feet. It was pretty close," said Rose, whose mount stumbled when he clipped heels with Scrappy T. Rose will ride 30-1 longshot Hemingway's Key today.
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May 20, 2006 | Robyn Norwood
Jeremy Rose is back at the scene of what could have been the most disastrous day of his life but turned into the most delirious. He was in the saddle last year when Afleet Alex buckled nearly to his knees at the top of the stretch in the Preakness Stakes, then righted himself and won. "I pulled back, but he's the one who stayed on his feet. It was pretty close," said Rose, whose mount stumbled when he clipped heels with Scrappy T. Rose will ride 30-1 longshot Hemingway's Key today.
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December 30, 2005 | Bob Mieszerski, Times Staff Writer
Before he begins working full time in Florida next week, Jeremy Rose will make his first appearance at Santa Anita. The jockey who came to national prominence as the regular rider of 2005 Preakness and Belmont winner Afleet Alex, Rose is scheduled to arrive today in California and will ride the streaking Trickle Of Gold in the $250,000 La Brea Stakes on Saturday. After his quick trip west, Rose, 26, will head to Hallandale, Fla.
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December 30, 2005 | Bob Mieszerski, Times Staff Writer
Before he begins working full time in Florida next week, Jeremy Rose will make his first appearance at Santa Anita. The jockey who came to national prominence as the regular rider of 2005 Preakness and Belmont winner Afleet Alex, Rose is scheduled to arrive today in California and will ride the streaking Trickle Of Gold in the $250,000 La Brea Stakes on Saturday. After his quick trip west, Rose, 26, will head to Hallandale, Fla.
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May 15, 2005 | From Associated Press
Jeremy Rose almost lost his chance to ride in this year's Triple Crown races. Then, he was beaten aboard Afleet Alex in the Kentucky Derby by a couple of horses he never imagined finishing near the lead. Now the former high school wrestler believes he's ready to put Derby winner Giacomo, runner-up Closing Argument or any other horse down for the count in Saturday's Preakness Stakes. Rose is ready for Pimlico, a track where he feels at home and knows how to win. "That's my yard now," Rose said.
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May 27, 2005 | Bill Christine
There will be no fine or suspension for Ramon Dominguez, the jockey whose sharp whipping of Scrappy T almost caused Preakness winner Afleet Alex to go down in the stretch at Pimlico last Saturday. "Dominguez hit the horse left-handed, and the horse ducked out," Bill Passmore, a former jockey and one of three Pimlico racing stewards, said Thursday. "I've seen horses hit a hundred times that way and not move, so this was just one of those things.
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October 28, 2005 | BOB MIESZERSKI
Celtic Sword has sprinted successfully in his eight-race career, winning four and finishing second or third on three other occasions. A 6-year-old gelding bred in Argentina, Celtic Sword will stretch out to a mile on turf in today's seventh at Santa Anita. Owned by Marsha Naify and Woodside Farms LLC and trained by Julio Canani, the son of Hidden Prize will have only four opponents in the $54,000 allowance.
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January 7, 2006 | BOB MIESZERSKI
Today's $150,000 San Pasqual Handicap at Santa Anita is the first major prep for the $1-million Santa Anita Handicap on March 4. For well over a decade, success in the San Pasqual, a Grade II at 1 1/16 miles, has not led to Big 'Cap glory. The last horse to win both races was Farma Way in 1991. The son of Marfa completed the parlay for Quarter B Farm, trainer Wayne Lukas and jockey Gary Stevens.
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March 23, 2006 | BOB MIESZERSKI
The last time Master David won a race was when he defeated Borrego, Preachinatthebar and others in the 2004 Sham Stakes at Santa Anita. The 5-year-old son of Grand Slam will try to end his extended losing streak when he takes on five others in a $56,000 allowance today at Santa Anita. The race at 1 1/16 miles is the seventh on the card and part of a pick six with a carry-over of $121,516.
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April 18, 2005 | Bill Christine, Times Staff Writer
Bandini may have won the Blue Grass Stakes by six lengths and Afleet Alex the Arkansas Derby by eight, but seven of the horses they beat are expected to show up for a rematch in the Kentucky Derby. Trainers of those seven obviously think that the 131st Derby, to be run at Churchill Downs on May 7, is still wide open.
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May 15, 2005 | From Associated Press
Jeremy Rose almost lost his chance to ride in this year's Triple Crown races. Then, he was beaten aboard Afleet Alex in the Kentucky Derby by a couple of horses he never imagined finishing near the lead. Now the former high school wrestler believes he's ready to put Derby winner Giacomo, runner-up Closing Argument or any other horse down for the count in Saturday's Preakness Stakes. Rose is ready for Pimlico, a track where he feels at home and knows how to win. "That's my yard now," Rose said.
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June 11, 2005 | Bill Christine, Times Staff Writer
Raising ticket prices for the Belmont Stakes is one thing, but jacking them up in a non-Triple Crown year could really reduce today's crowd. A year ago, with Smarty Jones the sixth horse in the last eight years having a shot at a Triple Crown sweep, a reserved clubhouse seat cost $45. Today, with different winners in the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness, the same seat goes for $110. At the end of the day, Affirmed (1978) still will be the last Triple Crown champion.
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May 22, 2005 | BILL CHRISTINE
In the Isaac Newton Preakness, Jeremy Rose found a loophole in the law of gravity Saturday. By rights, Rose's mount, Afleet Alex, should have taken a header at Pimlico, but after clipping heels with Scrappy T in the stretch, he miraculously stayed up, regained his stride and finished off a 4 3/4 -length win. In what could have been a Triple Crown disaster, the oohs turned to aahs in the record crowd of 115,318.
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