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Barretts Catalogs 86 For Select Yearling Sale At Del Mar

Barretts has cataloged 86 yearlings for its Select Yearling Sale scheduled for Tuesday, August 28. The afternoon session will begin at 2:00 p.m. at Del Mar’s Surfside Race Place. General Manager Kim Lloyd has high expectations for this year’s sale. As a result of last year’s $300,000 sale topper “consignors have supported us with increased […]

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Ruis Transferring His Grade 1 Winners Bolt d’Oro, Union Strike To Asmussen Barn

Bolt d’Oro, who won his first three starts as a 2-year-old in 2017 but has lost four of his last five, will be trained by Steve Asmussen when he returns to the track from a brief freshening. Mick Ruis, who owns and trained the two-time Grade 1-winning son of Medaglia d’Oro, confirmed the switch with […]

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WTBOA Summer Yearling Sale Set For Aug. 21 At Emerald Downs

This year’s WTBOA Summer Yearling Sale will held on Tuesday, Aug. 21, at the WTBOA (Morris J. Alhadeff) Sales Pavilion located at Emerald Downs Racetrack and Casino. The sale features 101 yearlings from both prominent Washington families and also those with national appeal. As summer racing at Emerald Downs gains momentum, several WTBOA Sale graduates […]

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Equine Sales Company’s Consignor Select Yearling Catalogue Now Available

Equine Sales Company has released a catalog of 219 head for its upcoming Consignor Select Yearling Sale. The auction is set for Thursday, Sept. 6, starting at 10 a.m. in Opelousas, La. The top four Louisiana stallions by 2018 progeny earnings — Star Guitar, Astrology, Half Ours and Custom for Carlos — are all well-represented […]

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Jockey Club: Reports Of Mares Bred Due By August 1

The Jockey Club reminds stallion managers to submit their Reports of Mares Bred (RMBs) for the 2018 breeding season by August 1. “To ensure that the breeding statistics we release in the fall are as accurate as possible, we request that RMBs be submitted by August 1,” said Matt Iuliano, executive vice president and executive director of […]

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Two-Time Royal Ascot Winner, ‘Amazing Filly’ Lady Aurelia Retired

Cartier Award winner Lady Aurelia, who during her 3-year-old season traveled from her Kentucky base to England’s Royal Ascot to beat older males in the Group 1 King’s Stand Stakes, has been retired. Barbara Banke’s Stonestreet, which bred the 4-year-old daughter of Scat Daddy and raced her in partnership with George Bolton and Peter Leidel, […]

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Sequel New York Loses Three Mares, Foals To Horse Van Fire

Sequel New York reports that a trailer fire that occurred during transport from Kentucky to New York Tuesday killed three mares and their foals. According to the farm’s website, killed in the fire were: La Java and her colt by Constitution, owned by Red Diamond Stables; Starship Voodoo and her colt by Macho Uno, owned […]

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Bloodlines: Reflecting On The Green Monkey

A week ago, the activity and interest in the 2018 Fasig-Tipton Kentucky’s two sales obscured the reporting that The Green Monkey had been euthanized earlier in the spring. The record-priced Thoroughbred sold at auction, The Green Monkey has become a footnote in racing history due to his price, and his death was noted because of […]

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See The Foal Patrol Star: Claiborne Opens Broodmare Division To Public For Limited Dates

Visit Horse Country announced today two new experiences offered by member Claiborne Farm. A 5K benefitting Thoroughbred aftercare organization Second Stride will be held on the farm on Friday, September 21, 2018, and new tours featuring Foal Patrol resident mare Sabbatical and her War Front colt Tour of Duty are available for limited October dates, raising money for the Man O’ […]

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Ring Weekend Retired, Training For Second Career With Olympian Phillip Dutton

West Point Thoroughbreds’ Grade 1-winning Ring Weekend has been retired sound following a seventh-place finish in the Grade 2 King Edward Stakes on June 30 at Woodbine and is retraining for a second career with Olympian Phillip Dutton. The 7-year-old Tapit gelding won six graded stakes while under the care of Graham Motion for his […]

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