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December 7, 2005
On December 5, 2005, FRANCES L. DUTROW of Severna Park. Beloved wife of the late Edward "Pete" C. Dutrow. Loving mother of Michele Bowers and Kathleen Ranke. Devoted grandmother and great-grandmother of seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the BARRANCO AND SONS P.A. SEVERNA PARK FUNERAL HOME Ritchie Hwy at Robinson Road on Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8. A service will be held on Thursday at 9:30 A.M. at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the: Hospice of the Chesapeake, 445 Defense Hwy, Annapolis 21404.
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Sports Digest | November 24, 2012
Et cetera Big second quarter propels perfect Blast past Wings, 15-8 In the first part of a two-game Thanksgiving weekend road trip, the Blast defeated the Wichita Wings, 15-8, on Friday to improve to 6-0 in the Major Indoor Soccer League. Leading scorer Machel Millwood led the way with two goals. The Blast struck first when Pat Healey (Towson University, Calvert Hall) knocked in a goal in the third minute of the game, but the Wings tied it at 2 late in the first quarter on a power-play goal by Freddy Moojen . Max Ferdinand Adauto Neto After a one-goal third quarter, the teams combined for five goals in the final quarter, including a goal from Bryan Perez that cut the Blast lead to 8-6. Blast captain Mike Lookingland sealed the victory with a three-point goal late in the fourth quarter.
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Sun Staff Writer | July 7, 1995
Put up the money and good horses will come.That's usually the case, and it worked to snare Lite The Fuse and jockey Julie Krone for the $300,000 Frank J. De Francis Dash on July 15 at Laurel Park.For the horse's trainer, Dick Dutrow, the question was whether to return to his former home base at Laurel with a good chance of winning $180,000 or staying put in New York and nailing down $60,000 by winning the True North Handicap on the same day at Belmont Park."When you're in that situation, there's really no question what you do," Dutrow said.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2012
Rick Dutrow knows there's a difference coming into Preakness with a horse that has won the Kentucky Derby and one that didn't even make it to the starting gate at Churchill Downs. If anything, it might be a little easier for Dutrow coming to Pimlico for Saturday's race with Zetterholm than it was four years ago with Big Brown. "When you win the Derby, you have to ship to Baltimore and have to get ready to run in two weeks," Dutrow said by cell phone from New York earlier this week.
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By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | April 10, 2012
Maryland horse racing got exposed for a lack of oversight Tuesday during an appeal to have the Rick Dutrow-trained King and Crusader reinstated as the winner of the $75,000 Maryland Juvenile Championship at Laurel Park. Dutrow and his horse's owner James Riccio lost the appeal, but Maryland horse racing may have lost more, as officials at Laurel Park were found to have not followed all of the proper procedures on the night of that December race. "I'm stabled at Laurel Park," said John Robb, the trainer of Glib, the second-place finisher who was declared the winner of the Juvenile Championship.
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By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,SUN STAFF | February 20, 1999
Noted thoroughbred trainer Richard "Dick" Dutrow, who once held the world record for wins in a season, died yesterday of cancer. He was 61.Dutrow compiled 3,666 first-place finishes in his career, ranking him among the winningest trainers in history.Described as calm in demeanor but hard driving, Dutrow arrived at his barns at 4 a.m. each morning to feed the horses -- a task many trainers leave to underlings."He was a superb trainer and one of the finest men I have ever known. His barns were the most orderly, the neatest and cleanest.
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By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | January 10, 1997
Dick Dutrow, a leading trainer in Maryland during the 1970s, is leaving Aqueduct Park after 13 years and returning to his beloved home state.By telephone from New York, Dutrow said this week that he and eight horses, including the Maryland-bred Romano Gucci, will arrive Sunday at Laurel Park where, "like a doctor, I'll hang up my sign: Open for business."A native of Hagerstown, Dutrow, 59, trained horses in Maryland from 1966 to 1984. In 1975, he set what was then a world record for most victories by a trainer in one year: 352. In 1984, he left for, as he described it, the "greener pastures" of New York.
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By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | March 26, 2001
The man approached Tony Dutrow outside the winner's circle yesterday after the final stakes of the winter meet at Laurel Park. Dutrow, who closed the meet with the highest winning percentage of any trainer, couldn't believe his ears when the man asked for his autograph. After signing the man's program, Dutrow said that was the first autograph he'd ever given. If you want to ask him for the second, you'll have to catch him at Pimlico. That's where thoroughbred racing resumes Wednesday after ending its five-month run at Laurel.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN REPORTER | June 9, 2008
ELMONT, N.Y. -- The morning after Big Brown's stunning last-place finish in the Belmont Stakes, his trainer didn't show at the colt's barn, so it was left to others to try to explain why the overwhelming favorite was a flop. And at least a couple of horsemen offered a guess that perhaps Big Brown had breathing problems caused by a displaced palate. Dr. Nick Meittinis, owner of the Maryland Veterinary Group, which cares for horses stabled at Pimlico Race Course, Laurel Park and the Bowie Training Center, said yesterday: "I don't think we'll ever know what happened in that race.
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By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | October 5, 2003
After Randaroo won her third straight race for Maryland trainer Tony Dutrow, a wealthy Connecticut horse owner made Dutrow an offer he couldn't refuse. Joseph Allen offered Dutrow $1 million for Randaroo, whom Dutrow bought two years earlier for $75,000. Dutrow made the deal, transferring ownership of the 3-year-old filly to Allen, who kept the filly with Dutrow - for five races, all defeats. Finally, last month Allen sent Randaroo to trainer Kiaran McLaughlin in New York. Yesterday, in her first race for her new trainer, she returned to Maryland and captured the $150,000 Safely Kept Stakes at Pimlico Race Course.
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By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | April 10, 2012
Maryland horse racing got exposed for a lack of oversight Tuesday during an appeal to have the Rick Dutrow-trained King and Crusader reinstated as the winner of the $75,000 Maryland Juvenile Championship at Laurel Park. Dutrow and his horse's owner James Riccio lost the appeal, but Maryland horse racing may have lost more, as officials at Laurel Park were found to have not followed all of the proper procedures on the night of that December race. "I'm stabled at Laurel Park," said John Robb, the trainer of Glib, the second-place finisher who was declared the winner of the Juvenile Championship.
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By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | April 9, 2012
While Rick Dutrow appeals to the Maryland Racing Commission on Tuesday to have his horse King and Crusader reinstated as the winner of the $75,000 Maryland Juvenile Championship at Laurel Park, his future continues to hang in the balance because of another case in New York. Dutrow is facing what is considered to be the harshest penalty ever handed down in New York state horse racing. Barring a successful appeal of that case, Dutrow could lose his trainer's license for 10 years, a penalty that most states, including Maryland, would abide by, virtually costing him his livelihood.
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By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | February 20, 2012
Watching Monday's General George Handicap from New York, trainer Rick Dutrow had one word to sum up the results: "Beautiful. " "I loved it," Dutrow said by cell phone after his two runners - favorite Yawanna Twist and fourth choice This Ones for Phil - came home first and second in the $200,000 Grade II race at Laurel Park. Toby's Corner, last year's pre-Kentucky Derby favorite, took third and Eighttofasttocatch was fourth. Ridden by former Maryland-based jockey Mike Luzzi, Yawanna Twist, a 5-year-old bay who finished fourth in the 2010 Preakness Stakes, broke well and found his way into position behind This Ones for Phil, who sprinted to a clear, early lead.
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By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | January 17, 2012
The owner of King and Crusader, the Rick Dutrow-trained horse that was disqualified last week after winning the $75,000 Maryland Juvenile, has appealed and filed a protest with the Maryland Racing Commission. "All they wanted to do at the stewards' hearing was blame Dutrow and the [veterinarians]," James Riccio said in a phone interview Tuesday. "I've filed the appeal and a complaint because the horse should have been scrutinized before the race. They didn't vet him. I'm supposed to get protection, too. I'm not looking to send my horse all the way to Laurel and run him for no reason.
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By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | January 12, 2012
Maryland's horse racing stewards have disqualified the Rick Dutrow-trained King and Crusader and from the Maryland Juvenile Championship and fined Dutrow $500, upholding the protest filed by the connections of the second-, third- and fourth-place finishers in the Dec. 17 race at Laurel Park. According to Maryland regulations, a horse may not be treated for anything within two hours of post time, and the stewards found King and Crusader had been treated within an hour of the race by licensed private veterinarian Brian Delp.
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By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | January 7, 2012
Maryland's horse racing stewards heard a protest Saturday morning from the connections of the second, third and fourth place finishers in the Dec. 17, $75,000 Maryland Juvenile Championship at Laurel Park against the race winner, King and Crusader, trained by Rick Dutrow. The protest revolves around the medical treatment of King and Crusader less than two hours before the race. According to Maryland regulations, a horse can not be treated for anything within two hours of post time.
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By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | April 16, 2005
LEXINGTON, Ky. - With three weeks to go until the Kentucky Derby, one horse remains who could reach the race undefeated and join the likes of Smarty Jones, Seattle Slew and Native Dancer. Those horses added electricity to an already high-voltage event by bringing perfect records into America's most famous race. The flawless horse this year is High Limit. He is the 9-5 morning-line favorite in the $750,000 Blue Grass Stakes today at Keeneland, despite having raced only three times - and only once in the past six months.
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By Tom Keyser and Kent Baker and Tom Keyser and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | October 17, 1999
Saratoga Springs romped to the most decisive victory on Maryland Million day, a 7 1/2-length score in the $100,000 Maryland Million Oaks. Her triumph prompted an emotional celebration in the winner's circle.Her former trainer, the renowned Dick Dutrow, was one of her owners along with his wife, Vicki, and friends Sondra and Howard Bender, Arlene and Herb Kushner, and Marion and Al Akman -- Marylanders all.After Dutrow died in February and his son Tony took over training, the owners changed the name of their group to Saratoga Friends Stable, reflecting their relationship with Dutrow.
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By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | October 20, 2011
Candyman E is coming to Laurel Park Saturday to run in the Frank De Francis Memorial Dash. He knows nothing about the De Francis or it's history. But his trainer Tony Dutrow does. Dutrow grew up here. His father, Dick, won the De Francis with Lite The Fuse in 1995 and 1996, and his brother, Rick, won with Benny the Bull in 2007. But Dutrow isn't interested in history. The only thing that concerns him is his horse and stretching his winning streak to four. "I'm very matter of fact here," Dutrow said.
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By Sports Digest | February 19, 2011
Horse racing Racing organization calls for Dutrow to lose license The Association of Racing Commissioners International is looking into getting trainer Rick Dutrow Jr. 's license revoked, the New York Daily News reported. Ed Martin , the ARCI president, sent a letter to the New York State Racing and Wagering Board on Thursday, saying, "I question whether the time has come to revisit the question of whether Mr. Dutrow should be allowed to continue to participate in racing at all, especially if the current allegations are upheld.
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