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Horse Owner/Trainer Pish Shocked Over Chapa Buzzer Allegations

Danny Pish, owner and trainer of the horse at the center of the recent media storm said he is “shaken and upset” by allegations that jockey Roman Chapa used an electric ‘buzzer’ when riding the horse last weekend at Sam … Continue reading

Family, Friends Mourn Passing of Owner-Raconteur Gary Dimkich

Funeral services for owner/raconteur Gary Dimkich have been set for Saturday,10 a.m. at St. Steven’s Serbian Orthodox Cathedral in Alhambra. A frequent visitor to Clockers’ Corner, Dimkich enjoyed the everyday camaraderie of friends and was well-steeped in the lore and … Continue reading

Supplemental Catalog for F-T Winter Mixed Sale Now Online

Fasig-Tipton has cataloged 82 entries for the Kentucky Winter Mixed supplemental catalog. The supplemental catalog, which consists of hips 535-616, will begin immediately following the conclusion of the main catalog.  The supplement includes several stakes performing fillies and mares off … Continue reading

Australia: Six More Trainers Facing Possible Bans After Cobalt Overages

Six more Australian trainers – three Thoroughbred and three harness – are facing possible bans after Racing Queensland officials announced that a total of nine test samples recently came back positive for cobalt overages. The Herald Sun reports that Racing … Continue reading

Euro Exchange Tops Day Two of OBS at $90,000

Hip No. 405, Euro Exchange, a 3-year-old son of Exchange Rate consigned by Cutting Edge Equine, Agent, went to Justin Casse, Agent for Jim Stackpoole, for $90,000 to top the Horses of Racing Age section of the Ocala Breeders’ Sales … Continue reading

Texas Red to Make Three-Year-Old Debut in San Vicente

A runaway winner of the Grade I Breeders’ Cup Juvenile on Nov. 1, Texas Red will make his 3-year-old debut in Sunday’s Grade II, $200,000 San Vicente Stakes at seven furlongs. Trained by Keith Desormeaux, the Kentucky-bred colt by Afleet … Continue reading

Taylor Made: The Next Generation

Taylor Made Farm announced a set of organizational changes in the farm’s staff that will make way for the next generation of horsemen to begin work in the family business. Marshall Taylor, son of president and CEO Duncan Taylor, and … Continue reading

Derby/Belmont Winner Thunder Gulch Pensioned at 23

Eclipse Award and Derby-winning sire Thunder Gulch has been pensioned at Ashford Stud in central Kentucky at the age of 23, according to a Blood-Horse report. The chestnut stallion remains in good health, according to the farm’s manager, Charlie O’Connor. Thunder … Continue reading

Equine Royalty: Half Sister to Galileo, Sea The Stars Produces Camelot Filly

Coolmore Ireland has released a photo of another new arrival from classic winner Camelot’s first crop. The filly, which was born Jan. 28, is out of the Green Desert mare, Cherry Hinton, a daughter of Urban Sea. The incredible Urban … Continue reading

Ankle Injury Sidelines Remsen Winner Leave the Light On

Leave the Light On, sharp winner of the G2 Remsen Stakes last fall, injured his right hind ankle in a workout last weekend and will be forced to miss the Triple Crown. Trainer Chad Brown told the Daily Racing Form … Continue reading