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Broad Buys Walmac Farm At Auction For $4.8 Million

Gary Broad, a California-based owner and breeder, purchased Walmac Farm in Lexington, Ky., for $4.8 million during an auction held Nov. 8, BloodHorse reports. The 248-acre property’s stallion complex has the capacity for 20 stallions, with 50 more stalls for breeding stock and foals. Stallions of note including Nureyev, Miswaki, and Alleged resided at the farm […]

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Magnum Moon ‘Doing His Part’ In Recovery At Cornell Ruffian

Robert and Lawana Low’s Arkansas Derby winner Magnum Moon is still progressing in his recovery from a “structural injury” suffered to one of his forelegs in June, reports bloodhorse.com. He has been at Cornell Ruffian Equine Specialists, across the street from Belmont Park, for the duration of the process. “He’s just stable at this point in […]

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Breeders’ Cup Mile Winner Expert Eye Retired To Banstead Manor Stud In England

Expert Eye, winner of this year’s Breeders’ Cup Mile at Churchill Downs, has been retired from racing, and he will join the stallion roster at Juddmonte Farms’ Banstead Manor Stud in Newmarket, England for the 2019 breeding season. The 3-year-old son of Acclamation will begin his stallion career for an advertised fee of 20,000 British […]

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Majestic Harbor Moves To Harris Farms In California

Grade 1 winner Majestic Harbor will stand the 2019 breeding season at Harris Farms in Coalinga, Calif., for an advertised fee of $3,500. The 10-year-old son of Rockport Harbor previously stood at Swifty Farms in Indiana. His first foals are weanlings of 2018. Majestic Harbor won 10 of 42 starts during his on-track career for […]

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Venezuela: Veterinary School’s Horse Butchered By Bandits

In an era of economic crisis for Venezuela, the Central University of Venezuela has an increasingly disconcerting problem: bandits are sneaking into the veterinary school’s pastures and slaughtering the animals, then making off with the meat. According to cbsnews.com, a 4-year-old filly named Miss Congeniality was the latest to fall victim. “I burst into tears,” said veterinary […]

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British Racehorse Finally Breaks Maiden In 56th Attempt

After 55 consecutive defeats to start his career, L’Es Fremantle, a 7-year-old jumps runner in Great Britain, came swooping at 80-1 to cross the wire first at Market Rasen Thursday. The victory was also the first win for 80-year-old trainer Michael Chapman in two years. During in-running exchange wagering, L’Es Fremantle traded at a peak […]

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The Friday Show Presented By NYRA Bets: Who Gets The Hardware?

The 35th running of the Breeders’ Cup World Championships is in the books, so now the annual conversation about year-end awards begins. In this edition of The Friday Show, Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick discuss the various Eclipse Award categories, starting with Horse of the Year, which became intriguing with the results at Churchill Downs […]

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Could Bowie Rise Again? Facility May Be Used As A Training Center

The Racing Biz reports that Bowie, formerly a staple of the winter Mid-Atlantic circuit, could once more come to life as a training center. Maryland Jockey Club President and General Manager Sal Sinatra suggested the mostly-vacant shell could become “a world class facility” serving Laurel Park as Palm Meadows does for Gulfstream Park. Sinatra said […]

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Dolphus, Half To Rachel Alexandra, Retired To Cabin Creek Farm In Pennsylvania

Dolphus, a Grade 3-placed half-brother to 2009 Horse of the Year Rachel Alexandra, has been retired from racing and will debut at Cabin Creek Farm in Bernville, Penn., BloodHorse reports. The 5-year-old Lookin at Lucky horse will stand for an advertised fee of $2,500, with special considerations to mares foaling in Pennsylvania. Dolphus won four […]

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Green Gratto Retired To Total Bloodstock Farm In New York

Grade 1 winner Green Gratto has been retired from racing, and he will enter stud at Robert Wright’s Total Bloodstock Farm in New York for the 2019 breeding season for an advertised fee of $2,000 The 8-year-old son of Here’s Zealous finished his on-track career with nine wins in 65 starts over six seasons of […]

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