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She's Not Here and jockey Drayden Van Dyke, outside, overpower Fresh Feline (Victor Espinoza), inside, to win the Grade II, $200,000 Yellow Ribbon Handicap     St. George Farm Racing and G. Watts Humphrey's She's Not Here may have won last year's running of the G2 Yellow Ribbon at Del Mar, but she hadn't so much as hit the board since. That didn't stop the 5-year-old daughter of Street Cry from springing the surprise on Saturday evening, crossing the wire a neck in front. She's Not Here, trained to the victory by Victoria Oliver, covered 1 1/16 miles over the firm turf in 1:42.70 under Drayden Van Dyke. “I

By Christie DeBernardis Conditioner Victoria Oliver captured the first Grade I victory of her 16-year career last season when Personal Diary (City Zip) won the GI Del Mar Oaks. She looks to score her second win at the highest level in Saturday’s GI Delaware H. with Frivolous (City Zip), who is owned and bred by her father and prominent businessman G. Watts Humphrey Jr. “I think she is doing really well,” said Oliver, who runs a 40-horse stable at Keeneland with her husband and fellow trainer Philip Oliver. “I think she will appreciate the distance. I think the further the better for her. It will be whether she takes to

Vicki Oliver feeds a cookie to Distaff contender Frivolous at their base at Keeneland. Vicki Oliver may have spent her entire life around horses, but that doesn't mean she thinks she's done learning from them. Oliver, who runs a 40-horse stable based at Keeneland with husband Phil, grew up surrounded by horses as the daughter of owner/breeders G. Watts and Sally Humphrey. She also worked her way through a variety of roles in the business before settling on training. “I did the show horse thing and thought racing was more interesting,” she said. “I kind of did all different aspects: I worked for the racing office, the publicity office, worked