Panama City, Panama
|Career wins||Not found|
|Major racing wins|
Queens County Handicap (1960, 1967)
Belmont Stakes (1968)
|Stage Door Johnny, Lamb Chop, Forego|
Although Gustines is best known as a jockey on many of U.S. Racing Hall of Fame inductee Forego, the most important win in his riding career came in an American Classic Triple Crown race on June 1, 1968 when he rode Stage Door Johnny to victory in 2:27 1/5 in the Belmont Stakes. The following year, aboard Sharp-Eyed Quillo, he won the second leg of the Canadian Triple Crown, the Prince of Wales Stakes.
After retiring as a jockey, Heliodoro Gustines took up training.
Helidoro Gustines also has 2 children Robert Gustines and Lisa Forster. Robert is married to Diane and they have 3 girls Anna, Holly and Jessica. Lisa is married to Richie Forster and they have 3 children Eileen, Alyssa and Matthew both and a granddaughter Marisol Irahena who is living in New York.
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