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Stradivari (Medaglia d'Oro) seen training for the Belmont Stakes
Stradivari, After Complications While Recovering From Surgery, Euthanized

Officials at Ashford Stud in Kentucky have confirmed that the talented 3-year-old colt Stradivari, who suffered a career-ending injury while training at Saratoga this summer, was euthanized after taking a turn for the worse following surgery to repair a fracture in his right foreleg. The son of Medaglia d’Oro out of Bending Strings, by American […]

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BC Juvenile Champ Texas Red Retired From Racing

Texas Red, winner of the G1 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile in 2014, has been retired from racing. The Blood-Horse reports that stud plans are still being finalized for the 4-year-old son of Afleet Alex, who raced for the partnership of Erich Brehm, Wayne Detmar, Gene Voss, Lee Michaels, and Keith Desormeaux, who also trained the colt. In addition to […]

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Scene at the Keeneland January sale
Keeneland January Sale Catalog Now Available Online

Keeneland has cataloged 1,892 horses for its 59th Horses of All Ages Sale, to be held Jan. 9-13, 2017. The catalog includes 726 broodmares, 147 broodmare prospects, 732 yearlings, 280 horses of racing age and seven stallions and stallion prospects. The interactive catalog is available online at Keeneland.com. Print catalogs are to be mailed the […]

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Edgar Prado beams after Miss Temple City's winning performance in the G1 Matriarch
Bloodlines: A ‘Voyage’ Through Time

Getting a pair of Grade 1 stakes winners over the weekend was a feather in the growing headdress of the young sire Temple City (by Dynaformer). The 3-year-old Annals of Time won the Hollywood Derby at Del Mar; that was the colt’s first stakes victory. The 4-year-old Miss Temple City won the Matriarch, which was […]

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BloodHorse, Weatherbys Introduce Global Stallion App

BloodHorse and Weatherbys announced today that they have jointly developed a free Global Stallions app that is now available for Apple and Android phones and tablets. The app provides continually updated graphs, charts, and statistics pertaining to stallions standing in North America and Europe and timely worldwide racing information about their offspring. Featuring more than […]

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War Dancer (inside) wins the Grade 3 Louisville Handicap at Churchill Downs on May 24, 2014
New York’s Rockridge Announces 2017 Fees; Posse To Remain In Uruguay

Rockridge Stud of New York announced on Monday its 2017 stallion roster and fees. One of the farm’s top stallions, Posse, was purchased earlier this year by Haras Rapetti in Uruguay, and attempts to bring him back to New York for the 2017 season were unsuccessful. Rockridge also announced stallion fees for its seven other […]

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Three Rules (Gone Astray) wins his fifth race in a row in the third leg of the Florida Sire Stakes series
Florida’s Northwest Stud Sets Fees For 2017 Roster

Northwest Stud of Ocala, Fl., has announced the 2017 fees for its roster of stallions, which includes a top-10 first and second-crop sire, a millionaire freshman sire and a Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf winner. Gone Astray is a multiple G2 stakes-winning son of Dixie Union out of the Mr. Prospector mare Illicit, a half-sister to […]

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Departing shown winning the Illinois Derby
Multiple Graded Stakes-Winning Gelding Departing Officially Retired

With $1.96 million in the bank, the 6-year-old gelding Departing has officially been retired from racing, reports bloodhorse.com. A War Front homebred for Claiborne Farm and Adele Dilschneider, the multiple graded stakes winner will live out his days at Claiborne’s old stallion barn, alongside Hall of Famer Lure and graded winner Parading. “He ran a […]

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Anchor Down wins the Kelso
Gainesway To Stand G2 Kelso Winner Anchor Down

Alto Racing LLC’s Anchor Down has been retired from racing and will enter stud at Gainesway Farm in 2017. The Blood-Horse reports that the 5-year-old son of Tapit is currently in the process of being syndicated. He will stand for a $10,000 in 2017. Trained during his career by Todd Pletcher, Anchor Down made his career debut […]

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V.E. Day (English Channel) and jockey Javier Castellano win The Travers (GI) 8/26/14 Trainer:James Jerkins Owner: Magalen O. Bryant. (Bud Morton/ Equisport Photo)
Travers Winner V.E. Day Retired, To Stand At Waldorf Farm In NY

Johnathan Miller, representing owner Mrs. Magalen Bryant, announced the retirement of Grade I Travers Stakes winner V. E. Day. “He is shipping back to the U.S. from France and will take up stud duties next year at Dr. Jerry Bilinski’s Waldorf Farm,” commented Miller. “We are extremely excited to stand the leading North American money […]

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