A suggestion made by owner J. Paul Reddam paid big dividends Saturday at Los Alamitos. Rather than run in the $100,000 King Glorious Stakes Sunday, an ungraded event restricted to 2-year-olds bred or sired in California, Reddam wanted to try the Grade II, $300,000 Los Alamitos Futurity with his homebred
FAVORED PROFESSORS’ PRIDE GOES ALL THE WAY IN SOVIET PROBLEM; TRAINER ART SHERMAN HONORED AFTER SADDLING LAST CAREER STARTER CYPRESS, Calif. –A stretch to two turns proved no issue for Professors’ Pride as the 9-5 favorite went all the way in the $100,500 Soviet Problem Stakes Friday at Los Alamitos.
First time starter Franklin One Star scored a 9-1 upset over Mob Boss and five other 2-year-olds bred or sired in California in a $53,000 maiden contest Friday, opening day of the Winter Thoroughbred meet at Los Alamitos. In a race in which heavily-favored Oubabe was eliminated at the start
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Unhappy Arizona bore the weight of the Trojans sending their roller coast skyward once more, in a 41-34 loss for the Wildcats that brought some Homecoming happiness to the Trojans. Arizona trailed in all the stats except for penalties and third down conversions, accruing 130 penalty yards for 12 penalties
Although UCLA and Washington had similar times of possession, the Bruins dominated the Huskies in rushing yards and converted 3 fourth downs to come out on top at Husky Stadium, 24-17. Washington was first on the scoreboard with a 25-yard field goal by Peyton Henry in the first quarter. UCLA