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July 19, 1993 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Gary Stevens knew all last week that he was closing in on $100 million in career purses, a level reached by only seven other jockeys. "Then when my wife (Toni) showed up with our (four) kids in ties, I knew I must have been getting pretty close," Stevens said Sunday, minutes after his 3 1/2-length victory aboard Don't Presume put him over. Stevens, who turned 30 on March 6, is the youngest jockey to reach $100 million.
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July 5, 1988 | BILL CHRISTINE, Times Staff Writer
Louie Roussel had bad news for Eddie Delahoussaye and bad news for himself Monday. Roussel, the co-owner and trainer of Risen Star, will not pay jockey Eddie Delahoussaye a disputed $100,000 share of the $1-million Triple Crown bonus, and Roussel also said that the Preakness and Belmont Stakes winner will miss the Travers, hinting that the 3-year-old colt's career may be over.
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July 19, 1993 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Gary Stevens knew all last week that he was closing in on $100 million in career purses, a level reached by only seven other jockeys. "Then when my wife (Toni) showed up with our (four) kids in ties, I knew I must have been getting pretty close," Stevens said Sunday, minutes after his 3 1/2-length victory aboard Don't Presume put him over. Stevens, who turned 30 on March 6, is the youngest jockey to reach $100 million.
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July 3, 1988 | BILL CHRISTINE, Times Staff Writer
Eddie Delahoussaye, who rode Risen Star to victory in the Preakness and Belmont Stakes, said he has not been paid what he believes is his $100,000 share of a $1-million Triple Crown bonus. For accumulating the most points in the Triple Crown races, Risen Star earned $1 million, besides the first-place purses of $413,700 in the Preakness and $303,720 in the Belmont. Delahoussaye also rode Risen Star to a third-place finish in the Kentucky Derby.
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July 5, 1988 | BILL CHRISTINE, Times Staff Writer
Louie Roussel had bad news for Eddie Delahoussaye and bad news for himself Monday. Roussel, the co-owner and trainer of Risen Star, will not pay jockey Eddie Delahoussaye a disputed $100,000 share of the $1-million Triple Crown bonus, and Roussel also said that the Preakness and Belmont Stakes winner will miss the Travers, hinting that the 3-year-old colt's career may be over.
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July 3, 1988 | BILL CHRISTINE, Times Staff Writer
Eddie Delahoussaye, who rode Risen Star to victory in the Preakness and Belmont Stakes, said he has not been paid what he believes is his $100,000 share of a $1-million Triple Crown bonus. For accumulating the most points in the Triple Crown races, Risen Star earned $1 million, besides the first-place purses of $413,700 in the Preakness and $303,720 in the Belmont. Delahoussaye also rode Risen Star to a third-place finish in the Kentucky Derby.
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