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E. Paul Robsham Stables LLC.

In 1983, the Robshams became involved in racing and breeding Thoroughbreds. Joyce Robsham and her husband E. Paul Robsham owned the racing stable together until he passed away in 2004. Joyce now oversees the E. Paul Robsham Racing Stable. Their homebred winners include Discreetly Mine who was the winner of the King’s Bishop (GI), Amsterdam (GII), Jersey Shore, and Risen Star Stakes; and R Heat Lightning who won the Spinaway (GI) and was second in the Frizette (GI). Other stakes winners for the E. Paul Robsham Racing Stable include Broadway's Alibi, Trust N Luck, Ruby Hill, Pretty Discreet, Canadian Frontier, Feline Story, and Astoria. Joyce Robsham and her racing stable was named the leading owner in 2004 at the Belmont Park Spring/Summer Meet. Joyce and E. Paul Robsham were founding partners of New Vocations, a racehorse adoption program that works to give racehorses a new life and career off the racetrack.

Los Alamitos Futurity Added to 2014-15 'Road to the Kentucky Derby' Series

The $500,000 Los Alamitos Futurity (Grade I) has been added to the list of races that comprise the 2014-15 “Road to the Kentucky Derby.” The series of 35 select races – 19 “Prep Season” races and 16 “Championship Series” races – will determine which horses qualify to the 141st running of the $2 million guaranteed Kentucky Derby.

Global View Nips Storming Inti at Wire to Win 23rd Running of Grade II American Turf

Glen Hill Farm's Global View caught Storming Inti in the closing strides

Midnight Lucky Romps in 28th Running of Grade I Humana Distaff

Midnight Lucky, making her first start in more than 11 months, took the lead out of the gate

Coffee Clique Catches Dame Marie Late to Win 29th Running of Grade II Churchill Distaff Turf Mile

Coffee Clique squeezed through an opening along the hedge

California Chrome Wins America’s Greatest Race

164,906 fans pack historic Churchill Downs

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California Chrome is attempting to become only the fourth California-bred, Kentucky Derby winner in history and the first since Decidedly in 1962.