Alan Goldberg

Birth Date: July 16, 1949
Birth Place: Philadelphia, PA

2017 156 21 20 23 $902,691
CAREER 6,381 1,180 886 910 $40,431,789

2017 SEASON: spread his horses around the Mid-Atlantic circuit, finishing with two wins from 35 starters in Maryland … finished with his lowest win total since 1996 and had his streak of consecutive years with at least $1 million in purses snapped at 17 … Name Changer finished fourth in the Pimlico Special (G3).

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: saddled 12 winners in Maryland from 58 starters in 2016, a 21 percent success rate…captured the Federico Tesio with Awesome Speed and earned automatic entry to the Preakness (G1), where he finished ninth…also won the Richard W. Small with Name Changer...topped $1 million in purse earnings for the 17th consecutive season…perhaps best known as the trainer of 1989 Eclipse Award-winning sprinter Safely Kept…the Maryland-bred mare won 24 of 31 lifetime starts from 1988-91 including the 1990 Breeders’ Cup Sprint (G1) and nearly $2.2 million in purse earnings…She won 22 stakes, seven of them in Maryland and 12 of them graded, and was inducted into the Racing Hall of Fame in 2011…saddled Force the Pass to a 10-1 upset in the 2015 Belmont Derby Invitational (G1)…Stablemates Laughing and Tannery ran 1-2 in the 2013 Flower Bowl (G1)…also won multiple graded stakes with Tannery, Straight Story, Strike a Deal, Navesink, Social Queen and Just Class…trains for Richard Santulli’s Colts Neck Stables…got his introduction to racing working for trainer Walter Kelly…first winner came with Algernon in 1974 at the former Keystone Park…registered win No. 1,000 when Blown Save was promoted to first via disqualification on April 24, 2012 at Parx.

PERSONAL: married, wife Anna and sons David and Barry.