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April 30, 1990 | BOB MIESZERSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a race named to honor Bill Shoemaker, who else would you expect to saddle the winner? Charlie Whittingham, who captured a large purse or two in tandem with the world's winningest jockey, made off with another when Shining Steel rallied to take the $110,000 Shoemaker Handicap Sunday at Hollywood Park.
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April 30, 1990 | BOB MIESZERSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a race named to honor Bill Shoemaker, who else would you expect to saddle the winner? Charlie Whittingham, who captured a large purse or two in tandem with the world's winningest jockey, made off with another when Shining Steel rallied to take the $110,000 Shoemaker Handicap Sunday at Hollywood Park.
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May 10, 1990 | ALLAN MALAMUD
Quick, somebody, wake up the Lakers before the Suns set on their season. . . . Tuesday night's defeat by Phoenix was no fluke. The defending NBA runners-up have played only one outstanding game in the playoffs. That was Game 4 in Houston. Otherwise, their performances have ranged from lousy to fair. . . . I'm still waiting for Magic Johnson to take over the flow of a game as only he can. . . . And shall we conduct a manhunt for Michael Cooper?
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February 20, 1990 | BOB MIESZERSKI
With the Kings suffering through a disappointing season, there is some solace for Bruce McNall. His thoroughbreds are doing just fine. Five days after his Down Again pulled a 16-1 surprise in the Monrovia Handicap, Frankly Perfect ran down 38-1 shot Delegant to capture the $288,600 San Luis Obispo Handicap Monday at Santa Anita. The 6-5 favorite in his first start since his dominating performance in the Hollywood Turf Cup Dec.
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September 1, 1990 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Trainers, agents and even fellow jockeys tell her to go elsewhere. They explain that some of the best jockeys have problems getting mounts at Del Mar, let alone winning races. Steve Cauthen once went through a zero-for-120 streak on the Southern California circuit. Ron Hansen came to Del Mar this year as a highly touted jockey from the Northern California racing circuit, but he left after winning just three of 73 races.
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