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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Sun Staff Writer | June 21, 1995
Trainer Eddie Gaudet alleges that the Laurel stewards made a bad call on Sunday when they failed to disqualify the gelding Glenbarra in the Sir Ivor Stakes and he appealed the judges' decision yesterday to the Maryland Racing Commission.Gaudet originally claimed foul after Sunday's race, citing interference by Glenbarra against his runner, Polaris Star, in the stretch.Gaudet claims that Glenbarra's jockey, Mario Verge, "crashed" his way between horses, ripped a bandage off the hind leg of Polaris Star and could have caused Gaudet's horse serious injury en route to winning the race.
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By Jonathan Pitts, The Baltimore Sun | May 13, 2013
In the first week of her reporting internship for a horse-racing newspaper, Gabby Gaudet nervously approached one of the most celebrated figures in the sport. "Can you tell me how you first got involved in the game?" she asked Kelly Breen, who trained the winner of the 2011 Belmont Stakes. "Terrible question. Get back to me when you think of a better one," he replied.  She flinched but thought fast. "How about if I ride your horse?" she asked. He said yes, they fell to talking, and the story she wrote ran above the fold in The Saratoga Special.
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By David Teel and David Teel,Newport News Daily Press | February 17, 1995
Pete Gaudet sweats. Lordy, he sweats. At his most frazzled, (( he looks like he walked through a car wash en route to his job as the interim head coach of Duke's basketball team.But don't blame Gaudet. First, his profession has long sent otherwise sane men into histrionics that would make John Barrymore's ghost blush.Second, Gaudet is guiding one of the most curious college basketball teams in memory. The most dominant program since John Wooden's UCLA dynasty, Duke is in last place in the ACC.And who stands in the cross-hairs?
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By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | December 31, 2011
On the wall of Eddie Gaudet's office is a photo of him as a jockey sitting atop a winner in Florida in the 1950s. Tucked in among dozens of snapshots and 8-by-10s spread over three walls, is another from 1966 showing Gaudet as the winning trainer at Bowie Race Track. "He's the dark-haired one," Linda Gaudet said, pointing to the photos of her husband. "He was the Dean Martin type. " "They used to call me Dean Martin," Gaudet, 81, said, his eyes twinkling from under a baseball cap. The walls are an historic collage that will be adding more photos in the new year as the longtime Maryland horse trainer hands off his business to his wife and 23-year-old daughter Lacey.
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By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | October 24, 2004
She's sassy. And that's how Eddie Gaudet likes it. With Affection, trained by Gaudet at Bowie, earned her winter vacation with a convincing 1 3/4 -length victory in the $50,000 Japan Racing Association Handicap yesterday at Pimlico. The 3-year-old filly beat older females for her third win in eight races and her first stakes score. "She's not a big filly," Gaudet said. "That's why we're going to quit on her for the winter. I want her to get big and strong for next year. If she grows any, she might be a good one. She might overcome me."
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By Marty McGee | June 24, 1991
With half the race gone, Shine On High trudged through the mud as average as could be, fourth in a field of seven maidens in yesterday's fourth race at Pimlico Race Course.The colt raced ahead of three, but behind three -- and $875,000 behind what owner Israel Cohen paid for him as a yearling.It was an anxious moment for Dean Gaudet, the colt's trainer. But then, she said, "I've been anxious all day about this muddy track."Suddenly, with only minor coaxing from jockey Jo Jo Ladner, the colt surged, and with a furlong remaining, Shine On High had the lead.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 23, 2007
Ask the Moon got control of the $50,000 Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship near the top of the stretch to win the featured race at Laurel Park. She finished the one mile in 1 minute, 40:16 seconds. Kosmo's Buddy was in the lead, but Ask the Moon caught up with two furlongs left and won by 4 1/2 lengths. "I saw my filly in good position," said Ask the Moon's jockey, Hiram Rivera. "I had a lot of horse and I moved and she won easily." Favorite Hartigan rallied to take second, and Kosmo's Buddy finished third.
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By Marty McGee and Marty McGee,Sun Staff Correspondent | December 18, 1991
LAUREL -- Whether Mixed Appeal becomes a standout does not concern trainer Dean Gaudet. "If she stays sound, she might become a nice filly," Gaudet conceded.Gaudet found herself cornered by four reporters yesterday at Laurel Race Course after Mixed Appeal made the second start of her career. When a horse wins its debut by 18 lengths, and in fast time, interest is piqued. So when Mixed Appeal posted another easy score, winning an allowance race by 5 1/2 lengths, there was the natural question: What gives?
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By Michael Hill and Michael Hill,Johannesburg Bureau | August 6, 1993
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- Armed with the certainty of youth and orange "Peace Monitor" stickers on the sides of a Toyota Corolla, Robert Gaudet drives through the night toward one of the battlefields in the civil war being waged throughout this country in transition.The barricade-strewn streets of Katlehong are a far cry from the placid Roland Park fields of the Friends School, from which Mr. Gaudet graduated in 1990. The violence in this black township on the southeast edge of Johannesburg even makes the area around New York's Columbia University, where he just finished his junior year, seem tame.
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September 20, 1998
BaseballDevil Rays: Recalled P Mike Duvall, ex-Orioles IF Scott McClain and OF Kerry Robinson from Triple-A Durham.Indians: Recalled OF Alex Ramirez from Triple-A Buffalo. Purchased contract of P Jason Jacome from Buffalo. Recalled P Tom Martin from rehab assignment at Buffalo; activated him from 15-day DL.Tigers: Recalled C Rob Fick and OF Gabe Kapler from Double-A Jacksonville.CollegeFlorida State: Reinstated women's soccer coach Heather Kerby-Nelson, who had been suspended since Aug. 26.Vanderbilt: Men's assistant basketball coach Pete Gaudet resigned.
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Sports Digest | November 6, 2011
Colleges UMBC men fall in conference quarters UMBC (7-8-3) was unable to defend its America East men's soccer title, as the fourth-seeded Retrievers fell, 1-0, to visiting fifth-seed Hartford (7-8-4) in a quarterfinal Saturday night. The Hawks advance to play top-seeded Boston University in the league semifinals on the road on Wednesday. Hartford scored in the 69th minute. Defender Atobra Ampadu won a battle for the ball on the right wing and sprinted into the box. He hit a short cross, where a streaking Anthony Santaga redirected it from six yards away past diving goalkeeper Dan Louisignau and into the near-right portion of the goal.
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Sports Digest | November 4, 2011
Horse racing Trainer Gaudet aiming to retire at end of year Trainer Eddie Gaudet said Thursday that he plans to retire from training at the end of the year, with his wife, Linda , and daughter Lacey taking over the Bowie Training Center barn. The 81-year-old finished third among Maryland trainers, behind King Leatherbury and Dale Capuano , for three straight years in the mid-1990s and has 1,729 victories in a career that began in 1959.
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By Jeff Barker and Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | May 21, 2011
In recent years, the Gaudet family watched a succession of their friends in the horse-racing business leave Maryland for the lure of larger fields and heftier purses in other states. But Linda Gaudet, the Prince George's County-based co-owner of Concealed Identity — which finished 10th in the Preakness — and her relatives remained tied to the state out of affection, habit and family connections. So running a horse in the Preakness seemed like a reward, even though Concealed Identity didn't challenge at the end. "Nothing bad about it," said Lacey Gaudet, an assistant trainer who is Linda's daughter.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 23, 2007
Ask the Moon got control of the $50,000 Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship near the top of the stretch to win the featured race at Laurel Park. She finished the one mile in 1 minute, 40:16 seconds. Kosmo's Buddy was in the lead, but Ask the Moon caught up with two furlongs left and won by 4 1/2 lengths. "I saw my filly in good position," said Ask the Moon's jockey, Hiram Rivera. "I had a lot of horse and I moved and she won easily." Favorite Hartigan rallied to take second, and Kosmo's Buddy finished third.
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By JULIE SCHARPER and JULIE SCHARPER,SUN REPORTER | March 25, 2006
When Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. took office four years ago, horse trainers like Eddie Gaudet hoped the Republican would quickly deliver on his campaign pledge to bring slot machines to Maryland's tracks and - in their opinion - keep the state's racing industry competitive with those in other states. But with this week's failure of gambling legislation in the Maryland General Assembly, Gaudet is considering leaving the state altogether. He recently rented 20 stalls and an apartment in Delaware.
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By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | October 24, 2004
She's sassy. And that's how Eddie Gaudet likes it. With Affection, trained by Gaudet at Bowie, earned her winter vacation with a convincing 1 3/4 -length victory in the $50,000 Japan Racing Association Handicap yesterday at Pimlico. The 3-year-old filly beat older females for her third win in eight races and her first stakes score. "She's not a big filly," Gaudet said. "That's why we're going to quit on her for the winter. I want her to get big and strong for next year. If she grows any, she might be a good one. She might overcome me."
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Sun Staff Writer | July 13, 1995
Maryland racing commissioners gave notice yesterday that they are not pushovers when it comes to reversing stewards' decisions.The board heard two appeals involving recent rulings on riding infractions at Laurel Park and Pimlico Race Course and unanimously upheld the judges each time."
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | March 27, 2001
DURHAM, N.C. - As the image of each coach flashed on the huge screen high above the Georgia Dome during this year's Atlantic Coast Conference tournament, there was a smattering of applause as a short public service announcement was made. When Mike Krzyzewski's face appeared and the Duke coach started speaking, the crowd seemed to pay more attention. His words were drowned out by a chorus of boos. Such is the price of fame these days. The Blue Devils have been college basketball's most successful program over the last 15 years and the 54-year-old Krzyzewski has been its transcendent figure.
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September 20, 1998
BaseballDevil Rays: Recalled P Mike Duvall, ex-Orioles IF Scott McClain and OF Kerry Robinson from Triple-A Durham.Indians: Recalled OF Alex Ramirez from Triple-A Buffalo. Purchased contract of P Jason Jacome from Buffalo. Recalled P Tom Martin from rehab assignment at Buffalo; activated him from 15-day DL.Tigers: Recalled C Rob Fick and OF Gabe Kapler from Double-A Jacksonville.CollegeFlorida State: Reinstated women's soccer coach Heather Kerby-Nelson, who had been suspended since Aug. 26.Vanderbilt: Men's assistant basketball coach Pete Gaudet resigned.
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