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Colt from Family of Mine That Bird Tops Keeneland September Day 10

Keeneland realized increases for the fifth consecutive session on Day 10 of the September Yearling Sale when a colt from the family of Kentucky Derby (G1) winner Mine That Bird and multiple Grade 1 winner Dullahan brought the highest price … Continue reading

CANTER to Organize Open House for Suffolk Downs Horses

Since the news came through earlier in the week that Suffolk Downs would close this month, many have wondered what will become of the horses stabled at what was the state’s last remaining Thoroughbred track. CANTER New England has stepped up to … Continue reading

Foal Crop Projected to Reach 22,000; Down Slightly From 2013

The Jockey Club today reported that 2,230 stallions covered 36,656 mares in North America during 2013, according to statistics compiled through Sept. 9, 2014. These breedings have resulted in 21,697 live foals of 2014 being reported to The Jockey Club … Continue reading

Keeneland September Continues Bullish March

The momentum generated during the opening days of the Keeneland September Yearling Sale continued to carry forward as significant gains in gross, average and median were recorded on Wednesday. On day nine of the 13-day sale, 289 yearlings sold for … Continue reading

G2 Winner Rebellion Relocates to Hickory Tree Farm

Hickory Tree Farm, a full-scale thoroughbred breeding, training and racing facility, announced the addition of multiple graded stakes winner Rebellion (GB) to its stallion roster for the 2015 season. Rebellion (GB), a Darley-bred stallion sired by Danehill’s champion son Mozart … Continue reading

Street Cry, Sire of Zenyatta, Street Sense, Dies at 16

Street Cry, one of the world’s most successful stallions and a cornerstone of Sheikh Mohammed’s racing and breeding operations for the past 14 years, has been put to sleep at the age of 16 after succumbing to complications relating to … Continue reading

Book 3 Continues Across-the-Board Increases at Keeneland September

Total sales, along with the average and median prices, all improved by double digits on Day 8 of the 71st Keeneland September Yearling Sale to mark the third consecutive session with increases in all three categories. On Tuesday, the second … Continue reading

Top Miler Olympic Glory to Stand in France in 2015

Three-time Group 1 winner Olympic Glory will stand at Haras de Bouquetot in Normandy, France, upon his retirement, according to an article in the Racing Post. A Group 1 winner at ages two, three, and four, Olympic Glory has won … Continue reading

Injury Forces Retirement of German Star Sea The Moon

Sea The Moon, one of the top 3-year-old colts in Europe, has been retired from racing due to an undisclosed injury, it has been reported by the Racing Post. Sea The Moon, from the first crop of champion Sea The … Continue reading

Keeneland Day 7: $375,000 Curlin Colt Paces Strong Across-the-Board Gains

The market continued to show strength on Monday during the seventh session of the 71st Keeneland September Yearling Sale with increases in gross, average and median prices. The 273 yearlings sold Monday grossed $21,172,000 and represents a 6.1 percent increase over … Continue reading