Bloodstock

Browning: Fasig-Tipton Will Be ‘Flexible And Adaptable’ With Plans Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

No one fully knows the extent of how the COVID-19 pandemic will affect the financial and bloodstock marketplaces in the near and distant future, and Fasig-Tipton president Boyd Browning was the first to admit that in a video address on Thursday. However, this does not mean Browning and the auction company are moving forward without […]

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Keeneland September Sale Could Shift Dates Closer To Rescheduled Kentucky Derby

The Kentucky Derby and the Keeneland September Yearling Sale have traditionally kept a safe distance from each other, but BloodHorse reports that the Derby’s rescheduling to Sept. 5 due to the COVID-19 pandemic could also lead to a shift in the bellwether auction’s start date, as well. As it stands now, the Derby would take […]

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‘A Special Horse For Us’: Dream Tree Confirmed In Foal To Curlin

Grade 1 winner Dream Tree has been confirmed in-foal to Hall of Famer and prominent sire Curlin, BloodHorse reports. It’s the first mating for Dream Tree, who retired last year with five wins in seven starts for earnings of $529,845. The 5-year-old daughter of Uncle Mo’s notable victories included the Grade 1 Starlet Stakes, the […]

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Vaulcluse Delivers Filly By War Front At Gainesway Farm As Part Of National Museum Of Racing’s Foal Patrol

Vaulcluse, a 14-year-old mare owned by Gainesway Farm, delivered a filly by stallion War Front at 9:36 p.m. on March 24 at Gainesway as part of the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame’s Foal Patrol Season 3. This is the fourth foal of the season delivered on Foal Patrol. Both the mare and […]

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OBS Reschedules Remaining 2-Year-Old Sales Of 2020

The Ocala Breeders’ Sale Company has rescheduled its 2020 Spring and June Sales of 2-Year Olds in Training in response to the COVID-19 pandemic situation. “As we all continue to deal with the current circumstances,” said OBS director of sales Tod Wojciechowski, “we need to balance a sense of social responsibility with providing our consignors […]

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Bloodlines Presented By Mill Ridge Farm: Bonny South, Chris Evert, And The Sick Mare That Linked Them

The first step in the path that led to Bonny South (by Munnings), the winner of the Grade 2 Fair Grounds Oaks on March 21, came in 1972, when fashion magnate Carl Rosen purchased an athletic chestnut filly by the good, though not widely remembered, stallion Swoon’s Son at the Keeneland July sale. He paid […]

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National Museum Of Racing And Hall Of Fame Offers Online Educational Programming

The National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame is currently offering a variety of online educational programming and social interaction for people of all ages, including the popular Foal Patrol, #HistoryThroughArt, and a downloadable 3rd Grade STEM packet. Season 3 of Foal Patrol (www.foalpatrol.com) is in full swing, featuring six mares and the champion […]

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Texas 2-Year-Old Sale Cancelled, Consignments To Be Promoted Online

The Texas Thoroughbred Association and Lone Star Park have announced that the Texas 2-Year-Olds in Training Sale scheduled for April 3 has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. All entry fees for the sale will be refunded. It was also announced that all horses currently nominated to the Texas Thoroughbred Futurity at Lone Star […]

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Beholder’s First Foal Arrives At Santa Anita Park To Begin Training

The first foal out of four-time champion racemare Beholder arrived at Santa Anita Park on Friday, and made his first trip out to the racetrack on Saturday morning. The 2-year-old Uncle Mo colt, christened Q B One, underwent an easy gallop and appeared to take everything in stride, trainer Richard Mandella said in an XBTV […]

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