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Winning his second straight trainer title with 37 wins, Eddie Willis also added to his all-time lead for meet championships at Remington Park. His 2020 title is his 11th overall in Oklahoma City, with his first taking place in 2004.
Willis, of Caney, saddled 37 winners from 236 starters, scoring in 16% of his races. His charges also ran second 52 times and third another 30 times, giving him an in-the-money rate of 50%.
Willis won the Oklahoma Derby in March with Love Is Everything V, and scored victory on the season’s final night with Jess B Glory in the Grade 1 Junos Request Stakes and Facing The Fire in the Easy Jet Stakes.
Trainer Dee Keener was second in the standings with 29 wins while Guillermo Valdivia was third with 26 victories.
Willis also led all trainers in earnings with $1,131,137. He was the only trainer to have more than $1 million in stable earnings.