New Money Honey Delivers War Front Filly On National Museum of Racing And Hall Of Fame’s Foal Patrol Season 3

New Money Honey, a 6-year-old mare owned by e5 Racing Thoroughbreds, delivered a filly by War Front at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital on March 10 as part of the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame’s Foal Patrol Season 3. The foaling occurred 17 days after the expected date with a cesarean section. […]

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Spendthrift Farm’s Coal Front Gets First Mare In Foal

Spendthrift Farm’s Coal Front, the five-time graded stakes-winning millionaire-miler, had his first mare confirmed in foal. The Wildcat Heir mare Defying Gravity scanned in foal on March 10 for breeder Ken Doyen at Sparks View Farm in Paris, Ky. She hails from the immediate family of multiple graded stakes winner and sire Too Much Bling. […]

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Keeneland April Two-Year-Olds In Training Sale Catalog Now Online

Keeneland has cataloged 70 juveniles for its 2020 April 2-Year-Olds in Training and Horses of Racing Ages Sale, to be held Tuesday, April 7. The 2-Year-Olds in Training Sale catalog is available online at Print catalogs will be mailed Friday, March 13. For horses of racing age cataloged to the April Sale, a digital […]

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OBS March Sale Under-Tack Show Begins Thursday, March 12

The Under Tack Show for the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Company’s 2020 March Sale of 2-Year-Olds in Training begins Thursday, March 12. There are three sessions, with Hips 1 – 227 breezing on the first day. Hips 228 – 454 will go Friday, March 13 and Hips 455 – 681 will go Saturday, March 14. All […]

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Bloodlines Presented By Mill Ridge Farm: Can Authentic Grab The Gold For Into Mischief?

Olympic athletes say that “medaling” only makes them want to score higher in the ascent to Olympic gold, and although racehorses get only a single chance at each of the Triple Crown races, their sires do not. Tapit, for instance, has sired a trio of Belmont Stakes winners, and the great classic racer and sire […]

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Crane Thoroughbreds Loses 15 Horses In Barn Fire; Fundraiser Set Up To Help Rebuild

“I don’t ask anyone for anything, but my mom told me sometimes it’s ok.” No one could fault Clovis Crane for going back on his self-imposed policy when he posted the simple statement on Facebook just after midnight on Sunday along with a GoFundMe page. The Lebanon, Penn., horseman was in the midst of the […]

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Foal Patrol: Hall Of Famer Ashado Delivers Filly By Frosted

Hall of Fame member Ashado, a 19-year-old mare owned by Godolphin, delivered a filly by Frosted at Gainsborough Farm at 5:56 p.m. on March 6, 2020 as part of the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame’s Foal Patrol Season 3. Both the mare and foal are in excellent health. Ashado is the second […]

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Over $3.2 Million Distributed To Wyoming Breeder Awards Fund In 2019

Historic Racing revenues in Wyoming are being utilized to restore the state’s horse racing industry as well as securing major economic stability for the state with resounding success. The revenue from the Historic Horse Racing terminals has helped to boost live horse racing events in Wyoming, supplement bigger incentives for horse breeders throughout the state […]

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‘A Testament To The Way Gerry Lived His Life’: Industry Members Line Up To Fund Scholarship Honoring Late Breeder Dilger

Dromoland Farm owner Gerry Dilger’s death on March 4 sent a shockwave through the Thoroughbred breeding industries of both Central Kentucky and his native Ireland, but it also showed just how many lives he touched over the course of his own life. The latter point was made abundantly clear when the idea was proposed to […]

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