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Bullet Train presents Derby Dreams: Stevens Rides Again READ MORE
(A great article talking about a Derby posssibility)
Every Ride a Gift READ MORE
(This is an excellent article talking about Gary's feelings about his return)
2/15/13 - Stevens Swipes Santa Maria With Great Hot READ MORE & SEE VIDEO
2/10/13 - Gary makes a sweep of the Santa Anita stakes races READ MORE
2/9/13 - Stevens gets first stakes win since comeback with G2 San Marcos READ MORE
1/126/13 - The third start was the charm. Gary made the winner's circle. See full chart HERE
1/6/13 - Gary was third in his come back race - he almost pulled off a win! See full chart HERE.
Gary Hall of Fame jockey Gary Stevens announced Thursday afternoon on HRTV that he would be making a return to the saddle and has accepted a mount for trainer Jim Penney Sunday afternoon at Santa Anita. Stevens, who will turn 50 Mar. 6, retired from competitive riding in November 2005 and has since been a fixture on the Television Games Network (TVG), HRTV and serves as the lead analyst on NBC's coverage of the Triple Crown. Stevens, who played George Woolf in the 2003 motion picture 'Seabiscuit, was also featured in the HBO series Luck in 2011. A three-time Kentucky Derby winner (1988, 1995 & 1997), Stevens said he feels he is in good physical form and that he's been exercising horses at Santa Anita for about eight weeks.
12/9/12 - Gary Stevens in fitness training READ MORE
Gary Stevens Testimonial to West Virginia Racing Commission Gary Stevens Testimonial to West Virginia Racing Commission. Excellent video explaining Gary's anti-drug position. CLICK HERE
Learn about GARY and his wife ANGIE READ MORE
PEB CARICATURE OF GARY WITH 3 OF HIS BIG WINNERS VIEW>>
Some of Gary's Favorite Charities more>>.
Talkin' Horses with Gary Stevens READ TRANSCRIPT
11/25/05 - Gary retires. READ MORE>> || SEE PHOTOS>>
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