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December 2, 1990 | BILL CHRISTINE
Ricky Frazier, the jockey whose victory aboard Allijeba was erased because of a weight discrepancy after a $250,000 race at Bay Meadows on Oct. 14, has been suspended for six months, the stewards at the San Mateo track announced Saturday. The suspension, which started Saturday, runs through May 31. Frazier is currently riding at the Fair Grounds, and stewards at the New Orleans track, following racing custom, took the jockey off his mounts there Saturday.
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December 2, 1990 | BILL CHRISTINE
Ricky Frazier, the jockey whose victory aboard Allijeba was erased because of a weight discrepancy after a $250,000 race at Bay Meadows on Oct. 14, has been suspended for six months, the stewards at the San Mateo track announced Saturday. The suspension, which started Saturday, runs through May 31. Frazier is currently riding at the Fair Grounds, and stewards at the New Orleans track, following racing custom, took the jockey off his mounts there Saturday.
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October 18, 1990 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ricky Frazier, the jockey whose incorrect postrace weight resulted in the disqualification of a horse finishing first in a $250,000 race last Sunday at Bay Meadows, has been fined by stewards on two previous occasions in the last 13 months for violations related to weight. In September, 1989, the stewards at Bay Meadows fined Frazier $100 because of two weight problems. Bob Novelli, clerk of scales at the track in San Mateo, Calif.
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October 18, 1990 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ricky Frazier, the jockey whose incorrect postrace weight resulted in the disqualification of a horse finishing first in a $250,000 race last Sunday at Bay Meadows, has been fined by stewards on two previous occasions in the last 13 months for violations related to weight. In September, 1989, the stewards at Bay Meadows fined Frazier $100 because of two weight problems. Bob Novelli, clerk of scales at the track in San Mateo, Calif.
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October 16, 1990
The owner of Allijeba, the horse that was disqualified after winning Sunday's $250,000 Final Fourteen Stakes at Bay Meadows in San Mateo, near San Francisco, has appealed the stewards' decision to the California Horse Racing Board. Larry Robideaux Jr., who trains Allijeba, said Monday that Robert Allensworth, owner of the 4-year-old gelding, was told the board would respond to his protest within 72 hours. A hearing into the controversy is expected.
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October 15, 1990 | BILL CHRISTINE
The inaugural Final Fourteen Stakes was run at Bay Meadows, but it probably will be settled in court. Allijeba finished a nose in front of Tex's Zing in the $250,000 race Sunday, but the Bay Meadows stewards disqualified Allijeba when the clerk of scales, Bob Novelli, reported that the 4-year-old gelding didn't carry enough weight.
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October 5, 2002 | BOB MIESZERSKI
Santa Anita, which will feature the Ancient Title Breeders' Cup Handicap, the Norfolk Stakes, the Oak Tree Mile and the Yellow Ribbon, isn't the only track offering four graded stakes and a pick six carryover today.
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November 14, 1990 | JOHN CHERWA, TIMES ASSOCIATE SPORTS EDITOR
California assemblyman Richard E. Floyd (D-Carson), often a critic of the California Horse Racing Board, renewed his attack by accusing Dennis Hutcheson, CHRB executive secretary, of illegally waiving license fees and costing the state $5,460. Floyd, in a letter dated Nov. 9 to CHRB chairman Henry Chavez, said that Hutcheson illegally waived license fees to out-of-state trainers, jockeys and others so they could race in the Final Fourteen Race at Bay Meadows on Oct. 14.
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December 1, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Russell Baze inched closer to surpassing Laffit Pincay's record of 9,530 victories Thursday, riding one winner in six mounts at Bay Meadows to tie the nearly 7-year-old mark. "Honest, Laffit, I'm not dragging this out," a smiling Baze told Pincay, who will return today for his fifth day of watching and waiting. Baze has ridden four winners in his last three days of racing. He will try to break the record today, with scheduled mounts in seven races.
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June 5, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Do So battled for the lead down the stretch and beat Pattern Step by a nose in the $131,900 Honeymoon Handicap at Hollywood Park Saturday. It was the fourth victory of the day for jockey Alex Solis and the second straight win on the Hollywood Park turf course for Do So, a 3-year-old daughter of Nodouble. Do So, with 118 pounds, was timed in 1:41 1/5 for the 1 1/16 miles and paid $8, $3.60 and $2.40. She won $75,400 for owner Jack Kent Cooke, bringing her career earnings to $185,275.
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November 9, 1990 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In California, this will be known as the year of the race that did not end at the finish line. The result of the Del Mar Derby, run in mid-August, is in the hands of the California Horse Racing Board and may yet land in the courts. The Final Fourteen, a new stake, was run at Bay Meadows a month ago, and lawyers from San Francisco to Houston are lining up to argue about which horse deserves the $125,000 winner's purse.
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March 16, 1989 | DAVID LUSTIG, Lustig is a regular contributor to Valley View. and
If more local scenes seem to be showing up on television and movie screens lately, it's not an optical illusion. The San Fernando Valley's share of on-location filming has increased about 5% over the last five years, to about one-fifth of the work being done in the Los Angeles area today.
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