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ALFREDO MARQUEZ CONTINUES FAMILY LEGACY
If there’s a nicer guy in racing that nobody ever heard of, it’s Alfredo Marquez.
The third-generation horseman, who turns 67 on Feb. 28, only has seven horses in training but has won with three of them this meet, not to mention one second and one third. Even though he’s had greater numbers, the personable Marquez is content with siete.
One of the seven, recent claim Hot Lightning, runs in Sunday’s $75,000 Baffle Stakes for 3-year-olds at about 6 ½ furlongs on turf.
“I claimed him for $30,000 at Del Mar last November,” Marquez said. “He’s a beautiful animal.”
A California-bred son of Stormin Fever, Hot Lightning returned dividends pronto, running second in a $50,000 maiden claimer despite a slow start and winning next out at the same level, going 5 ½ furlongs at Santa Anita on Jan. 17.
Obviously, this is not Marquez’s first rodeo. Among his past stakes winners are Irguns Angel (winner of the 2002 A Gleam Invitational at Hollywood Park under Eddie Delahoussaye) and Tali’sluckybusride (winner of the 2001 Oak Leaf Stakes at Santa Anita under Jose Valdivia Jr.). Both horses were owned by Ron and Susan Anson. Marquez also won the 1989 Bay Meadows Derby with Irish.
“I was at Caliente years ago when the track burned down and then I went up north with Bob Hess Sr.,” Marquez said. “I came back and worked with Ted West for a year. Caliente reopened in 1974 so I went back, and was there most of my life–all my life, as a matter of fact.
“So was my grandfather, my dad, and my brother, Saul, as well.” Saul is the “silks man” in the Santa Anita jockeys’ room, responsible for having the proper silks or colors sorted and ready for riders to wear in each race.
“Racing is a passion for the whole family,” Marquez said. “As for me, I don’t want to do anything else. I enjoy it every single day, and seven horses is just right. I’m not looking for more. I had plenty more before, but the small stable I have now is perfect.”
The Baffle: Diamond Majesty, Rafael Bejarano, 6-1; Bench Warrant, Tyler Baze, 5-2; Tizcano, Joe Talamo, 12-1; Serbian Syclone, Elvis Trujillo, 4-1; Pain and Misery, Flavien Prat, 6-1; Jazzy Josh, Corey Nakatani, 7-2; Hot Lightning, Edwin Maldonado, 30-1; Not Enough Eddie, Mario Gutierrez, 20-1; and No Problem, Victor Espinoza, 7-2.
NASHOBA’S GOLD SET FOR PRESIDENTS’ DAY FEATURE
With Joe Talamo committed to ride War Story in Monday’s Southwest Stakes at the Fair Grounds, Rafael Bejarano picked up the mount on Nashoba’s Gold in the Grade II Buena Vista Stakes at Santa Anita on Presidents’ Day.
Talamo had ridden Nashoba’s Gold in all of her six career starts, winning three, including the Grade II Honeymoon Stakes at Santa Anita last May 4. Unfortunately for Joe, Tom Amoss, trainer of War Story, called an audible and will not run in the Southwest, leaving Talamo between a rock and a hard place.
Bejarano, currently comfortably atop Santa Anita’s jockey standings, was impressed when he worked Nashoba’s Gold three furlongs on turf Thursday in 36 seconds.
“She went well; I think she’s ready for the race,” Bejarano said of the 4-year-old gray daughter of Smart Strike, trained by Carla Gaines for owner/breeder Warren Williamson.
The field for the Buena Vista: La Tia, Joel Rosario, 5-2; Winning Rhythm, Flavien Prat, 6-1; Diversy Harbor, Gary Stevens, 3-1; Blingismything, Kent Desormeaux, 6-1; Nashoba’s Gold, Rafael Bejarano, 3-1; Annecdote, Victor Espinoza, 3-1; and Uzziel, Fernando Perez, 20-1.
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FINISH LINES: In conjunction with the Grade I Santa Anita Handicap on March 7 restoring its purse to $1 million, Santa Anita will guarantee the Late Pick 4 pool that day at $1 million, a legendary bet for a legendary race. The Pick 6 pool will be guaranteed at $250,000 . . .Congratulations to Gary Stevens on registering career win No. 5,000 in North America yesterday aboard Catch a Flight for Richard Mandella in the fourth race. “It’s very special,” Stevens said after the milestone victory. “The owners and the trainers have been nice enough to put me on all these good horses through the years. It’s been a lot of hard work, a lot of fun, and obviously I love it or I wouldn’t be out here.” Mandella noted that the $1 millionSanta Anita Handicap could be next for Argentine-bred Catch a Flight . . . Legendary Hall of Fame jockey Johnny Longden, who retired as the world’s winningest jockey with 6,032 following his victory aboard George Royal in the San Juan Capistrano Invitational Handicap on March 12, 1966, would have been 108 years of age today, Valentine’s Day.
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Blessed with good looks and a notable family pedigree, Harshvardhan Kapoor seems destined to be a huge Bollywood star. But unlike other young up-and-comers - including his sister Sonam and cousin Arjun - the youngest son of Slumdog Millionaire star Anil Kapoor and wife Sunita appears to prefer approaching his career with patience and strategy. While his peers typically work through a multitude of roles at the beginning of their careers, Harshvardhan has only made two films since he made his acting debut in 2016.
So what do we know about the young Kapoor scion, and what can we expect from him next?
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Harshvardhan earned his bachelor's degree in screenwriting from Chapman University in California and initially opted to become an assistant director in Bombay Velvet (2015). 'I think being an actor is the most insecure thing,' he told Indian newspaper Deccan Chronicle. 'The worst thing in the world is to become an actor and not find consistency in the work.'
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The Kapoor family is one of the oldest celebrity clans in India; in other words, Harshvardhan is the third generation of a long line of thespians. His grandfather, Surinder, was a famed Bollywood producer and the cousin of renowned silent actor Prithviraj. His father Anil, meanwhile, has been one of India's top actors since the 80s while his sister Sonam has been dubbed 'the fashionista of Bollywood'.
He once lived in a horse stable for a role
For his debut film Mirzya (2016), Harshvardhan played the starring role of a stable boy. He underwent intense horse riding training for the role, taking a year and half to prepare. But the 29-year-old actor went even further: he spent months in a horse stable in Seattle in the US, tending to the horses every day on top of training, to commit deeper to the role.
Harshvardhan will be starring opposite his father in an upcoming biopic about Abhinav Bindra, retired sport shooter and first Indian Olympic individual gold medallist. In order to portray Bindra, Harshvardhan spent five months practising daily at a shooting range.
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The Manchester United fan also believes that he should be living a normal life in spite of his background. He was even on the dating app Tinder for a while before deactivating his account as the price of fame. 'I really want to be on Tinder,' he told Man's World India. 'I am dying to be on Tinder. I am going to take a trip abroad just so that I can download Tinder and be on it.' He further stated that he dreads 'the misinterpretation and the judgment' that comes with being a movie star.
He really, really loves trainers
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A quick scroll through Harshvardhan's Instagram, where he proclaims himself a 'sneakerhead' in his bio, will unveil countless trainer appreciation posts. He also told GQ India that he is on a mission to collect more unique trainers, like rare and vintage Nike SBs and Adidas NMDs.
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