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Randy Hill and Dean Reeves with BREAKING LUCKY schooling in the paddock at Gulfstream Park
R.A. Hill Stable Joins Partnership Of Pegasus World Cup Contender Breaking Lucky

Gunpowder Farms is pleased to announce that R.A. Hill Stable has purchased an ownership interest in Pegasus World Cup Invitational Contender, Breaking Lucky. “We’re thrilled to bring R.A. Hill Stable on board with us on Breaking Lucky, and welcome them to the partnership” says Tom Keithley of Gunpowder Farms. R.A. Hill Stable will be joining West […]

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The Pegasus statue at Gulfstream Park
12 For $12 Million: Field Finalized For Pegasus World Cup

On Monday, Jan. 16, the final two slots for the inaugural $12 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational were filled, just 12 days before the race is scheduled to be run at Gulfstream Park. The brainchild of Frank Stronach, the Pegasus contest truly began when the race was first announced in January of last year. Details […]

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Breaking Lucky schools in the paddock at Gulfstream Park
‘Uniqueness’ Of Pegasus Exemplified In Partnership Behind Breaking Lucky

Pegasus World Cup contender Breaking Lucky became acquainted with the Gulfstream Park paddock Saturday afternoon, and at the same time some of the newest partners in the graded stakes winner had the opportunity to see him in the flesh for the first time. Earlier this week it was announced that Reeves Thoroughbred Racing and West […]

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Luis Contreras guides Breaking Lucky to victory in the $150,000 dollar Seagram Cup Stakes Grade III at Woodbine Racetrack.
Partnership Formed To Run Canadian Classic Winner Breaking Lucky In Pegasus World Cup

Reeves Thoroughbred Racing is pleased to announce that a deal has been reached with Gunpowder Farms and West Point Thoroughbreds to run Breaking Lucky in their starting gate position for the Inaugural running of the $12 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational to be held January 28 at Gulfstream Park. Gunpowder Farms owner Tom Keithley is […]

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Breaking Lucky holds off Queen's Plate winner Shaman Ghost and Field of Courage to win the Prince of Wales
Gunpowder Farm Fully Loaded For Saturday At Churchill Downs

Tom Keithley’s Gunpowder Farm LLC doesn’t often have three runners on the same day, but Saturday will be an exception as a trio of horses – Nawlins Kitty in a first-level allowance race, Barahona in the $100,000 Jefferson Cup and Breaking Lucky in the $175,000 Lukas Classic – are set for action at Churchill Downs […]

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Luis Contreras guides Breaking Lucky to victory in the $150,000 dollar Seagram Cup Stakes Grade III at Woodbine Racetrack.
Breaking Lucky Wins First Graded Stakes In Seagram Cup

Breaking Lucky picked up his first graded stakes win with a perfect stalking trip in Holiday Monday’s Grade 3 $168,600 Seagram Cup, at Woodbine. Trained by Reade Baker for owner Gunpowder Farms, the chestnut son of Lookin at Lucky arrived at the 1 1/16-mile Tapeta route for older horses from a second-place run behind Seagram […]

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Breaking Lucky holds off Queen's Plate winner Shaman Ghost and Field of Courage to win the Prince of Wales
No Triple Crown Winner In Canada: Breaking Lucky Takes Prince of Wales

Covered in dirt, jockey Jim McAleney strode through the Fort Erie clubhouse, the flower garland draped around his shoulders, after the most spectacular win of his career. On track, he’d thrown up his arms. He’d scattered petals. The 45-year-old McAleney  had just won Tuesday’s $500,000 Prince of Wales Stakes, the second jewel of the Canadian Triple […]

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