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Turfway Bottles


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2004: “Steve Cauthen”
General Info: This bottle is in honor of jockey great, Steve Cauthen, who in 1978 became the youngest jockey to win the U.S. Triple Crown. After Steve Cauthen’s riding carrier, he became an executive at Turfway Park. He was also inducted into the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame in 1994.

Number Produced #1,200
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2004: “Steve Cauthen” VIP
This bottle is a VIP bottle, and were presented at each table in the VIP tent. This bottle came from table 1.

Exact number produced is questionable, but probably less than 20
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2005: “Cris Collinsworth”
General Info: This bottle is in honor Cincinnati Bengals Wide Receiver, Cris Collinsworth. Collinsworth was with the Bengals from 1981-1988, and appeared in Super Bowl XVI and Super Bowl XXIII
Proceeds Benefit: Cris Collinsworth ProScan Fund

Number Produced #2,000
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2005: “Cris Collinsworth” VIP
The bottle to the left is a VIP bottle, and were presented at each table in the VIP tent. This bottle came from table 14.

Exact number produced is questionable, but it’s around 25 or less.
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2006: “Oscar Robertson”
General Info: This bottle is in honor of NBA great, Oscar “The O” Robertson, who was a NBA Champion and Olympic Gold Medalist. Robertson was drafted in 1958 by the Cincinnati Royals, now Sacramento Kings, and played for 10 years before being traded to the Milwaukee Bucks.
Proceeds Benefit: Oscar and Yvonne Robertson’s Family Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation and the Founder’s Scholarship.

Number Produced #2,000

Signing Date: March 25, 2006 – Signatures: Oscar Robertson, Bill Samuels, and Robert Ellison
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2007: “Brenaman and Nuxhall voices of the radio”
General Info: This bottle is in honor of Cincinnati Reds broadcasters Marty Brenaman and Joe Nuxhall. Nuxhall began his second career in 1967, after hanging up his baseball career. Brenaman join Nuxhall in 1974 and the two became known as no other than “Marty and Joe”.
Proceeds Benefit: Two charities specifically chosen by the broadcasters themselves.

Number Produced #3,000

Signing Date: March 24, 2007 – Signatures: Marty Brenaman, Joe Nuxhall, and Bill Samuels
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2008: “Johnny Bench”
General Info: This bottle is in honor of Cincinnati Reds catcher and two time World Series Champion, Johnny Bench. Bench had a terrific career from 1967-1983, all with the Reds, were he was a 14 time all-star and 10 time gold glove winner.

Number Produced #6,000

Signing Date: March 22, 2008 – Signatures: Johnny Bench, Bill Samuels, and Robert Ellison
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2009: “Boomer Esiason”
General Info: This bottle is in honor of 4 time NFL Pro-Bowler and broadcast commutator, Boomer Esiason. Esiason was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals in 1984 and played for the organization till 1992, before he was traded. However, after a few years on a different team Esiason came full circle and finished his last year as a Bengal.
Proceeds Benefit: Boomer Esiason Foundation

Number Produced #6,000

Signing Date: March 21, 2009 – Signatures: Boomer Esianson, Bill Samuels, and Robert Ellison
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2010: “1990 World Series Champions”
General Info: This bottle is in honor of the 1990 World Series Champions, Cincinnati Reds, who were at the time celebrating the 20th anniversary of the 1990 pennant. This match was up against the heavy favorite and defending champs, Oakland A’s, it was a shocker to most as the Reds went on to sweep the series.

Number Produced #8,000

Signing Date: March 27, 20010 – Signatures: Eric Davis, Chris Sabo, and Bill Samuels




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