I’m in.

Posted on Dec 15, 2011

By Jude T. Feld One night, in 1955, my dad is sitting in a bar in Glendale, California, having a post-softball game beer with his teammate, Ed Deter. The subject turned to horseracing, as it most often does when a Feld is present. Deter said, “Jack, have you ever thought about owning a horse?” Believe it or not, the thought had never really crossed Dad’s mind. He loved to go to the races, but he also went to the World Series every year, played softball twice a week, was the Boy Scout master at St. Bernard’s Catholic Church and had a day job as a structural steel...

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Bongo En Fuego

Posted on Jul 3, 2008

Arcadia, California - Bongo Racing Stable has started 55 times in the first half of 2008, winning 14 races, finishing second nine times and third nine times. That gives the syndicate a 25% win percentage and an in-the-money percentage of 58% prior to the All-Star break. Our trainers have done a magnificent job with our horses and Bongo Racing looks forward to continued success with our loyal partners as we race an exciting stable of live horses at Del Mar.

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Bongo Racing Stable and Partner’s Sun Boat (GB) Featured in “Travers” Painting in the Saratoga Race Course Paddock

Posted on Aug 25, 2007

Saratoga Springs, New York - Renowned artist Susan Sommer-Luarca of Springfield, Missouri, spent Travers afternoon putting the finishing touches on a painting titled “Travers” in the paddock area prior to the 138th running of the historic horse race at Saratoga Race Course in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., Saturday, Aug. 25. The truly amazing thing about the painting is that it depicts Bongo Racing Stable’s Sun Boat (GB), as he wins the San Diego Handicap (G2) at Del Mar, super-imposed on a backdrop of the Saratoga grandstand - artistic license at its finest! The...

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Bongo Captures San Diego ‘Cap (G2) and Wins Late Double

Posted on Jul 21, 2007

Del Mar, California - Under a perfect ride from talented young jockey Michael Baze, Bongo Racing Stable, Capen and Tjosvold’s Sun Boat captured the mile and one sixteenth San Diego Handicap (G2) stopping the clock in 1:45.39 over the Poly Track. Breaking from the outside, Baze reserved the British-bred son of Machiavellian until the half-mile pole until he allowed Sun Boat to gain ground on his own. Sitting behind a wall of horses nearing the quarter pole, Baze shot Sun Boat through a narrow opening straightening in the stretch and drew away to win by a length over Awesome Gem. Salty...

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Life Ends, Then Begins

Posted on Jul 20, 2007

By Kevin Modesti Horse racing, and horses, lift the heart as sure as they break it. What’s true of all sports, and many sportsmen, is truer of a game in which animal athletes serve people as mute symbols of devotion and destiny, living symbols worth more than their 1,200 pounds in gold. When the seemingly inevitable news came that Barbaro had lost his fight for life Monday, the jolt was harder for those who watched racehorses grant new life only two days earlier. I’m thinking of an extraordinary Saturday at the races, the afternoon of a multi-million-dollar event known as the...

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Ready to Live Brings $200,000 at Keeneland

Posted on Nov 9, 2005

Lexington, KY – Ready to Live, Bongo Racing Stable’s  stakes-winning broodmare prospect by More Than Ready, from the Crafty Prospector mare Viva La Viva, sold for $200,000 at Keeneland’s 2005 November Breeding Stock Sale on Tuesday, November 8. The spirited bidding war was won by noted Australian bloodstock agent Vin Cox. “She is a lovely mare and I loved her pedigree,” Cox said. “We’ll be taking her back to Australia.” The first two-year-old stakes winner by her sensational sire, Ready to Live was versatile enough to earn black type at...

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