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Go Max, under Scott Stevens, wins for the first time on turf in the Hasta La Vista Handicap.
Go Max’s first win on grass was timely as the son of War Pass rallied to capture the $30,000 Hasta La Vista Handicap at Turf Paradise on Sunday. The long-distance grass event at 1 7/8 miles is the traditional closing-day feature and it brought down ...Full Story >>
April 23, 2017
Yo Y Me was routing for the first time and hadn’t run in three and a half months. It didn’t matter as the 3-year-old gelded son of Dixie Chatter easily won Saturday’s $48,000 Gene Fleming Breeders’ Derby at Turf Paradise.
April 02, 2017
Last year Blue Bomber proved to be the top turf stayer at Turf Paradise, winning the Wildcat Handicap and then the closing-day Hasta La Vista. He’s halfway home in his attempt to do it again, as the 6-year-old gelded son of Congrats successfully ...
January 11, 2017
Scott Stevens was in a funk. The new year was 10 days old, and after 17 rides at Turf Paradise he still was looking for his first winner. “Any way you look at it, I'm oh-for-seventeen,” Stevens said. “I thought I'd keep last year right on going. But at ...
March 14, 2014
Trainer-turned-jockey agent Troy Bainum and the racing community rally to support the badly injured Anne Von Rosen after the rider was paralyzed from the waist down in an accident Tuesday at Turf Paradise.