vol. 22, no. 108, Feb. 7-14, 2008

ON THE COVER: Born in Santa Ynez and trained in San Diego County, Gentle Romeo, a colt born at River Edge Farm to Quiet Romance and sired by Benchmark, wins his first race in July 2007 at Hollywood Park. Jockey Richard Migliore rode the three-year-old horse to what amounted to a $36,000 win. Read about Gentle Romeo’s journey to the races in this week’s cover story by John Zant. Cover photo courtesy Benoit Photo.

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