Back in the Winner’s Circle

Hall of Fame jockey Calvin Borel won his first race since resuming his riding career last month in Sunday’s finale at Churchill Downs aboard Playing a Joke for owner/trainer Ron Moquett of Hot Springs.
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Ivan Fallunovalot Returns a Winner

Multiple Oaklawn stakes winner Ivan Fallunovalot was a two-length winner of his comeback race Thursday night at Remington Park. He was making his first start since winning the $100,000 King Cotton Stakes for the second consecutive year Jan. 30 at Oaklawn. A quarter-crack kept the 6-year-old Texas-bred gelding from running again this year in Hot Springs.
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Ivan Fallunovalot Returns Tonight at Remington Park

Multiple Oaklawn stakes winner Ivan Fallunovalot is the even-money program favorite for his comeback race Thursday night at Remington Park. The 6-furlong allowance event will mark his first start since winning the $100,000 King Cotton Stakes for a second consecutive year Jan. 30 at Oaklawn.
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United Tote Company and Oaklawn Park Announce Long-term Agreement

LOUISVILLE, KY. (August 31, 2016) – United Tote, a leading supplier of pari-mutuel accounting services, totalisator systems, equipment and technology worldwide, and the Oaklawn Jockey Club, owner and operator of Oaklawn Park, the historic Arkansas thoroughbred track that hosts the $900,000 Rebel Stakes (G2) and $1 million Arkansas Derby (G1), announced that they have entered into a multi-year agreement for United Tote’s pari-mutuel wagering technology services and equipment. United Tote has long provided financial settlement services to the venerable Hot Springs race track, but this marks the first ever transition in totalisator providers in the storied history of the facility.
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