Bloodstock

Reminder: Reports Of Mares Bred Due By Aug. 1

The Jockey Club reminds stallion managers to submit their Reports of Mares Bred (RMBs) for the 2017 breeding season by August 1. “We want the breeding statistics we release in the fall to be as accurate as possible, so we request that RMBs be submitted by August 1,” said Matt Iuliano, executive vice president and […]

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Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Mixed Sale To Return To December Date

Fasig-Tipton has shifted the sale date of its upcoming Midlantic Mixed Sale. The sale, which had been held in late January the past two years, will return to its traditional date and be conducted on Monday, December 4 of this year. “We received feedback from many of our core consignors, who feel that positioning the […]

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Louisiana’s Equine Sales Company Catalogs 214 Yearlings For Aug. 31 Select Sale

Equine Sales Company has announced a catalog of 214 head for its Consignor Select Yearling Sale set for August 31 at 10 a.m. in Opelousas, Louisiana. “We have just about the same number of yearlings as we did last year, but I think buyers will notice an increase in the sire power of this catalog,” […]

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Bloodlines: Lasting Influence Of Sadler’s Wells Shines Through Top Fillies Songbird, Enable

The European supersire Sadler’s Wells had a great weekend, both in Europe and in the States. Much of that success comes through the grand old stallion’s most influential son Galileo. Galileo’s son Gustav Klimt and daughter Clemmie won the Group 2 Superlative and G2 Duchess of Cambridge Stakes at Newmarket. Both are 2-year-olds with promise […]

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G1 Winner Sidney’s Candy Sold; To Stand In Turkey

Grade 1 stakes winner Sidney’s Candy, who was sold and relocated to Argentina last year, has once more been sold and will now stand in Turkey, according to a report in the Daily Racing Form. Sidney’s Candy had been shuttling between WinStar Farm in Versailles, Ky., and Haras La Pasion in Argentina since his retirement to stud. In […]

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Ridgewood Ranch, Home Of Seabiscuit, Features New Additions

Another season of guided historic walking tours are offered at Seabiscuit’s home, Ridgewood Ranch, a few miles south of Willits where Hwy 101 bisects the 5,000-acre property. “We are very grateful for our newest additions,” said Seabiscuit Heritage Foundation President, Jacqueline Cooper. Seabiscuit descendant, Bronze Sea, a 10-year-old Thoroughbred mare, for one is in foal. […]

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Tattersalls July Sets New Records In Turnover, Average

The records continued to tumble at Tattersalls with new benchmarks for turnover, average and median all set at the 2017 renewal of the July Sale. The final session saw a total of 178 lots realise 4,161,300 guineas (US$5,646,950) and featured the sale-topping price of 330,000 guineas ($447,815). The three-day sale totals saw 574 lots sell […]

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Grade 1 Winner Illuminant Retired From Racing

Illuminant, a Grade 1 winner by Quality Road, has officially been retired from racing. According to trainer, Michael McCarthy, Illuminant emerged from a workout last week exhibiting some signs of minor discomfort and subsequent diagnostics revealed enough wear and tear for Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners, SF Bloodstock and Sol Kumin to determine that the best thing […]

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Woodbine To Sponsor Fasig-Tipton Turf Showcase Sale

Woodbine Racetrack will be the presenting sponsor of Fasig-Tipton’s inaugural Turf Showcase Sale to be held on September 10 in Lexington, Kentucky. The Turf Showcase, Presented by Woodbine Racetrack, is the first North American yearling sale exclusively for horses with “turf appeal.” Woodbine recently announced the construction of a second turf course to compliment its […]

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‘One Of The Best Fillies I Have Trained’: Champion Minding Retired From Racing

Seven-time Group 1 winner Minding, who captured the both the Qipco One Thousand Guineas and Epsom Oaks last season, has been retired from racing. Trainer Aidan O’Brien confirmed the news with the Racing Post on Thursday. The Ballydoyle trainer called the 4-year-old daughter of Galileo “one of the best fillies I have trained.” “We were really looking forward […]

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