Videos tagged with "woodward"

Extra: Bill calls Bob Woodward a 'horse's ass' over White House fight [01:39]
Bill blasts Bob Woodward over his comments regarding his fight with the White House and calls him a "cry baby" and a "horse's ass." Woodward claims the seque...

1998 Woodward Stakes [02:37]
Skip Away raced into thoroughbred history yesterday when he won the 45th Woodward Stakes at Belmont Park against an all-star field. With the victory, his ninth straight, he drew ever closer to the stature and the money record of the great Cigar. Skip Away, the durable gray 5-year-old purchased three years ago for $22000 by the trainer Sonny Hine for his wife, Carolyn, won by a length and three-quarters over Gentlemen, the 6-year-old iron horse from Argentina, with Running Stag third, Free House fourth and Coronado's Quest fifth and last. Coronado's Quest, the only 3-year-old in the field, saw his five-race winning streak end. Jerry Bailey, who won his fourth Woodward Stakes and his third in the last four years, including two aboard Cigar, was asked to rank Skip Away and Cigar. ''It's like having two kids,'' he said. ''Which one do you love most?'' Sonny Hine, clamoring for respect for his horse for months, said: ''He is some horse, the best there is. He is one of the best I've ever seen. He is so brilliant.'' Carolyn Hine said, ''We want him to get the respect he deserves.'' Richard Mandella, the California trainer whose Dare and Go ended Cigar's winning streak at 16 two years ago, led the cheers for his Gentlemen but acknowledged Skip Away's achievement. ''At the top of the stretch, I thought we had a big chance to win this one,'' Mandella said. ''But Skip Away just got away from us. He showed everyone just how much of a tremendous horse he is.'' Shug McGaughey, the ...

Behind The Scenes Mucho Macho Man - Woodward Stakes [04:42]
Behind the scenes with owners Dean and Patti Reeves of Reeves Thoroughbred Racing as Mucho Macho Man goes to post in the 59th Running of the Woodward Stakes at Saratoga Race Course.

1993 Grade 1 Woodward at Belmont Park: Bertrando [03:44]
Grade 1, $1.4 million (includes bonus money from the American Championship Racing Series) Woodward, 3-year-olds and up, 1 1/8 miles, Belmont Park, September 18, 1993 1st: Bertrando ($3.80), Gary Stevens up for trainer Robert "Bobby" Frankel and owner Edward Nahem 2nd: Devil His Due, beaten 13 1/2 lengths 3rd: Valley Crossing, beaten 16 1/2 lengths 1 1/8 miles in the slop in 1:47.00
Tags: horse racing, Belmont Park, ACRS, Woodward, 1993, Bertando, Gary Stevens, Robert Frankel, Bobby Frankel

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