Breeders’ Cup

‘Consistent’ Money Multiplier Could Head Back To Qatar After Breeders’ Cup

Al Shahania Stud’s Manager Dean Lavy is a man with a plan and he had just that when he purchased Grade I $1,000,000 Arlington Million contender Money Multiplier on behalf of Qatari ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Thani. Formerly owned by Klaravich Stables and William H. Lawrence, the 6-year-old son of Lookin At Lucky was bought […]

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Army Mule Back In Training, Breeders’ Cup On Horizon

St. Elias Stable’s Grade 1 Carter Handicap winner Army Mule arrived Thursday morning at Todd Pletcher’s barn at Saratoga, where he will continue training for a fall campaign, according to his conditioner. The 4-year-old Friesan Fire ridgling has been out of action since winning the seven-furlong Carter by 6 ½ lengths on April 7 at […]

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Top DJ Vice To Perform At 2018 Breeders’ Cup

Breeders’ Cup, one of Thoroughbred horse racing’s most prestigious international events, today announced that electronic artist Vice as a musical headliner for the 35th Breeders’ Cup World Championships, which will take place on November 2 and 3 at the iconic Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville, Ky. With more than 20 singles released, Vice is an […]

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Brown Quartet Seeks Trainer’s Fourth Consecutive Beverly D. Victory

Four appears to be the lucky number for trainer Chad Brown who sends a quartet of contenders for the 29th running of the Grade I $600,000 Beverly D. in search of his fourth consecutive victory in the 1 3/16-mile event for fillies and mares over the grass at Arlington International Racecourse. The winner of the Beverly D., […]

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Oscar Performance Headlines Field Of 11 In Arlington Million

The 36th running of the Grade I $1,000,000 Arlington Million drew a field of 11 entrants for the 1¼-mile turf event at Arlington International Racecourse. Chicago’s marquee race attracted a bevy of worldly talent, but Amerman Racing Stables’ Oscar Performance, victorious in last season’s Grade I Secretariat, will star from stage right when they break from the […]

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Brown Has ‘Faith’ In Off-The-Bench Almanaar Ahead Of Arlington Million

After Almanaar (GB) took home his first United States victory in last year’s Grade I Gulfstream Park Turf Handicap, owner Shadwell Farms’ Racing Manager Rick Nichols had the Grade I $1,000,000 Arlington Million in the back of his mind for the son of Dubawi (IRE). Unfortunately, some setbacks put him on the shelf for the remainder of […]

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Gunnevera Back In Action For Friday Allowance, Preps For Woodward Stakes

Salomon Del Valle’s Gunnevera is set for a return to action Friday at Gulfstream Park, where he is scheduled to face four rivals, including Chilean Derby champion Leitone. A multiple graded-stakes winner, Gunnevera hasn’t raced since exiting an eighth-place finish in the $10 million Dubai World Cup (G1) with a nasty hoof injury. The Kentucky-bred 4-year-old was […]

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Accelerate ‘Really Sharp’ In Penultimate Work For Pacific Classic

John Sadler-trained Accelerate, the probable favorite for the $1 million TVG Pacific Classic, worked six furlongs in 1:12.20 Sunday morning, leaving only one more significant exercise remaining, probably next Sunday, before the August 18 event at Del Mar. With assistant trainer Juan Leyva up, the 5-year-old son of Lookin At Lucky clicked off splits of :13 flat, :25.40, :37.20 and […]

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Tapwrit ‘Struggled With The Track,’ Will Be Trained Toward Woodward

Following Tapwrit’s distant fourth-place finish in Saturday’s Grade 1 Whitney after thunderstorms delayed the start contributing to a sloppy track, trainer Todd Pletcher made no excuses for the 4-year-old son of Tapit, who still remains in search of his first win since capturing the last year’s Grade 1 Belmont Stakes. “He seemed to come out of the race […]

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‘I Think He’ll Do Anything’: Options Open For Whitney Runner-Up Mind Your Biscuits

After little to no sleep – and having watched the replay of Saturday’s race “78 times” – trainer Chad Summers couldn’t be happier with Grade 1 Whitney runner-up Mind Your Biscuits following his 3 ½-length finish behind Diversify in the 1 1/8-mile route. The 5-year-old by Posse made his patented closing move in an effort […]

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