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Mr. Big Colt Tops CTBA Northern California Yearling And Racing Age Sale

A Mr. Big colt brought $45,000 to top Tuesday’s Northern California Yearling and Horses of Racing Age Sale at the Alameda County Fairgrounds. The colt, out of the Into Mischief mare Perched, was consigned by Harris Farms and purchased by Legacy Ranch. Right behind the topper was a Tamarando colt that sold to Lawrence Lewis […]

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NTRA, Accounting Firm Conducting Survey On Thoroughbred Farm Operations

The National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA) in conjunction with the accounting firm, Dean Dorton, is undertaking a nationwide survey focused on Thoroughbred horse farm operations. The survey includes questions on boarding, sales, stallion ownership, breeders’ awards and other ancillary operational items. All Thoroughbred farm owners are encouraged to complete this survey, which will allow the NTRA […]

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Zenyatta Confirmed In Foal To Candy Ride

Hall of Fame racemare Zenyatta is expecting once again, according to her website zenyatta.com. The three-time champion is in foal with a daughter sired by Candy Ride, and is enjoying the warm Kentucky Summer at Lane’s End Farm. “Over the years we’ve seen how happy she is with a foal by her side, and we can’t […]

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Bloodlines: Japan’s Grass Is Greener For Stallion Prospects Like Turf Star Bricks And Mortar

The Grade 1 Arlington Million became the 10th victory in 12 starts for Bricks and Mortar (by Giant’s Causeway), who is a virtual certainty to be divisional champion and is also a serious contender for Horse of the Year. Not since Kotashaan (Darshaan) in 1993 has a turf champion exerted the prowess to become Horse […]

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Ohio Mixed Sale Extends Entry Date To August 20

The Ohio Thoroughbred Breeders & Owners announced that the entry date for their Fall Mixed Sale has been extended to Tuesday, Aug. 20. “We picked up 22 entries three days after the original entry deadline and got five more today,” John Engelhardt, Executive Director of the O.T.B.O., said Monday. “I can’t explain it, but it […]

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Best Buys Malibu Moon Filly For Record $775,000 At Fasig-Tipton New York-Bred Yearlings Sale

Larry Best didn’t have plans to attend the Fasig-Tipton New York-Bred Yearlings Sale when the sun came up on Monday. He’d never even shopped at the sale before. By the time the mid-afternoon slipped into the late afternoon, the former medical device executive known for making splashy purchases at auctions walked out of the Humphrey […]

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First Runhappy Foals Born In Indiana Bring Sire Full Circle

Eclipse Award winning stallion Runhappy (Super Saver – Bella Jolie) has created many fans across the country, including Indiana. His name has been synonymous with horse racing in Kentucky and New York, and soon it’ll start to be in Indiana. Two foals from his 2019 crop were born in Indiana and registered with the Indiana […]

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Effinex Sends Lone Crop Of Foals Through Fasig-Tipton New York-Bred Yearlings Sale

Effinex was in the driver’s seat to be an impactful stallion in New York for years to come when he retired to Questroyal North in Stillwater, N.Y., for the 2017 breeding season. The son of Mineshaft’s Grade 1-winning resume was recognized by breeders, who filled his inaugural book with 110 mares, making him New York’s […]

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Terranova Lands Constitution Colt For $340,000 To Top First Session Of Fasig-Tipton New York-Bred Yearlings Sale

With roughly a third of the overall catalog going through the ring during the first of two sessions at the Fasig-Tipton New York-Bred Yearlings Sale, the most accurate phrase to describe the marketplace is perhaps “to be continued.” From a relatively small comparative sample size of 97 horses offered during Sunday’s session, average and median […]

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‘Bright Future’: Half-Brother To Millionaire Disco Partner Wins Second Out

Patricia Generazio’s Fly Fly Away, a half-brother to multiple graded-stakes winner Disco Partner, graduated at second asking on Saturday at Saratoga. Sent to post as the mutuel favorite in the 5 1/2-furlong turf sprint, the Christophe Clement trainee settled in fourth position, just off the pace of Love Me Tomorrow and Shandian through a half-mile […]

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