Coming off a successful extended season in 2020, Fonner Park continued that success in 2021, says Fonner Chief Executive Officer Chris Kotulak.
Owner Ramsye Mitchell and her trainer/husband Stetson Mitchell made what’s turned out to be a top-notch claim last fall.
First Alternate will be trying to join what is a short list of mares who have won the Bold Accent, the Runza and the Al Swihart Memorial Stake…
With just two days of racing left, the trainers’ title at Fonner Park is all but wrapped up.
The talk all week in Grand Island had been about Sleepy Eyes Todd, the defending champion in the 46th running of the $75,000 Bosselman Pump an…
There is a big horse race scheduled for Saturday at Fonner Park.
His official name was Albert E. Jones. His son-in-law David Cobb affectionately nicknamed him “The General.”
Sleepy Eyes Todd is back in Grand Island for the 46th running of the $75,000 Bosselman Pump and Pantry-Gus Fonner Stakes Saturday at Fonner Park.
Two stake races at Fonner Park, and there were two sad stories to go along with them.
Trainer Jerry Gourneau was getting more and more excited as he watched Shades of Victory come down the stretch in the 64th running of the $20,…
Two big stake races are on tap Saturday at Fonner Park.
When you look up the statistics for jockey Armando Martinez, you see a nice even number recorded in the wins category.
Trainer Ronnie Riggs had his eye on Top Star for quite some time.
Larry Donlin Sr. and the Fonner Park racing community suffered a great loss on March 17, when Maureen Donlin passed away.
Trainer Heath Lawrence will be going for his first stakes win at Fonner Park Saturday.
Fonner Park racing secretary Doug Schoepf and assistant racing secretary Wayne Anderson are starting to rev up the recruitment process for the…
Lemons Is Gone wins Saturday's Pepsi Stakes at Fonner Park
Lemons Is Gone and Miss Magdalena are both entered in the 26th running of the $15,000 Pepsi Stakes, a six-furlong race for 3-year-old fillies,…
Jockey Bryan McNeil has won 813 races dating back to the start of his career in 2006.
Things couldn’t have set up much better for trainer Marissa Black in the 47th running of the $20,000 Budweiser-Tondi Stakes Saturday at Fonner Park.