We figured the race was going to turn out the way it did, like last year's Blue Grass, where everybody walked around there and tried to sprint for homeUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Mar 03, 2008
I thought she was a little too far out of it going down the backside, especially after that opening quarter in 25 (seconds)UPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Aug 20, 2007
She's getting better and better every time we do something with herUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Jul 02, 2007
I wasn't worried because I knew that if she went back to her old form, she would be fineUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Aug 28, 2006
If I could have had an allowance race in California for him, I probably would have run him thereUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup May 22, 2006
Cowdin Stakes (2001) Norfolk stakes (2001, 2003) Arlington-Washington Lassie Stakes (2003) Aegon Turf Sprint Stakes (2004) Grey Stakes (2005) Los Angeles Handicap (2005) Ballerina Stakes (2006) Vagrancy Handicap (2006) Vinery Madison Stakes (2006) Arlington Oaks (2007) Goodwood Stakes (2008) San Antonio Handicap (2008) San Diego Handicap (2008) Travers Stakes (2008) Dubai World Cup (2009) Illinois Derby (2010)
Eoin G. Harty (born November 23, 1962 in Dublin, Ireland) is a Thoroughbred racehorse trainer in the United States. From a family of horsemen, Eoin (pronounced Owen) Harty is the fourth generation to be invloved in racing. At age sixteen he went to work at the Irish National Stud then a year later moved to the United States, working in the business in California where he still makes his home.
Harty worked for notable stables such as that of Allen E. Paulson and eventually became an assistant to trainers John Russell and then Bob Baffert. In 2000, he took charge of the training of two-year-olds for the North American division of Sheikh Mohammed's Godolphin Racing. In 2001, Eoin Harty got his big break as he conditioned Godolphin's Tempera who won the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies and earned American Champion Two-Year-Old Filly honors.