Owner Jed Cohen, center, celebrates with trainer Jeff Mullins, right, and jockey Tyler Baze in the Santa Anita winner’s circle after Itsinthepost’s victory in the G2 San Luis Rey in 2018
Longtime California owner-breeder Jed Cohen died Sunday at the age of 89 at his home in Del Mar after a long illness, Daily Racing Form reports.
Cohen launched his stable in the early 1960s and his family raced as Red Baron’s Barn in partnership with his son Tim’s Rancho Temescal.
The Red Baron’s Barn and Rancho Temescal partnership is the leading owner at the current Del Mar meet, with 4-3-0 record from 11 starts and finished third at the most recent Santa Anita meet, with a record of 5-4-3 from 25 starts.
The Cohens’ racing partnership was also leading owner with 22 wins at Santa Anita’s winter/spring meeting,
Cohen had an investment advisory business in Beverly Hills. He was a native of Long Island, N.Y., and attended races in his youth in New York with his father and moved to California in the late 1950s.
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