Argentina

Stakes Winner Reride, Half To Finite, To Enter Stud In Argentina

Reride, a Group 2-placed two-time stakes winner, has been retired from racing and will begin his stallion career at Haras La Leonor in Argentina, the South American publication Turf Diario reports. The 5-year-old son of Candy Ride is out of the stakes-winning Tapit mare Remit, who is also the dam of current Grade 2-winning sophomore […]

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‘One Of Those Special Ones’: Argentine Group 1 Winner La Renoleta Targeting Apple Blossom

She’s still flawless – on two continents. La Renoleta earned a preliminary Beyer Speed Figure of 89 and a chance to possibly try graded stakes company again after drubbing conditioned allowance opponents at 1 1/16 miles Feb. 8 at Oaklawn, the 5-year-old mare’s first start outside her native Argentina. La Renoleta won her first four […]

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Nao Da Mais Will Target Breeders’ Cup Turf After ‘Win And You’re In’ Score In Argentina

Haras Phillipson’s 3-year-old homebred Nao Da Mais (BRZ), a three-time Group 1 winner in Brazil, was sent to Argentina and made his biggest career score on Saturday, going wire to wire under jockey Carlos Lavor and holding off the favored Mirinaque (ARG), to win the 1 ½-mile Gran Premio International Carlos Pellegrini (G1) by three-quarters […]

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Top South American Sire Luhuk Dies At Age 28

Luhuk, a European stakes winner, perennial leading sire in South America, and sire of Breeders’ Cup Marathon winner Calidoscopio, died at Haras La Quebrada in Argentina, Turf Diario reports. The 28-year-old son of Forty Niner had been living as a pensioner since 2015 when declining fertility took him out of active stallion duty. Bred in […]

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Pair Of Harlan’s Holiday Fillies Seek Breeders’ Cup Berth In Argentina

The formidable duo of Stud Firmamento’s Bamb Harlan (ARG) and Halo Holiday (ARG), both 4-year-old daughters of Harlan’s Holiday, headline a field of 15 fillies and mares entered for Wednesday’s (May 1) 1¼-mile Gran Premio Criadores (G1) on dirt at Hipodromo Argentino. The winner of the Gran Premio Criadores will receive the first automatic starting […]

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Jockey Iggy Puglisi ‘Back On The Upswing’ At Santa Anita

Ignacio Puglisi is back on track in a career that began 29 years ago when he was a mere pup of 16. Now 45, but still fit, formidable and friendly, the jockey pals refer to as ‘Iggy’ is doing what he loves best–riding horses. “I’ve been back since mid-November now, so it’s been a while,” said […]

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Hi Happy Retired To Stand In Argentina

Hi Happy, a Horse of the Year in his native Argentina and Grade 1 winner in the U.S., has been retired from racing and will return to Argentina to begin his stallion career, Thoroughbred Daily News reports. The 7-year-old son of Pure Prize will stand at Haras Vacación for a syndicate that includes Haras La […]

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Mubtaahij Retired, Likely To Stand In Argentina

Mubtaahij, a graded stakes winner in the U.S. and U.A.E., has been retired from racing and will likely begin his stallion career in Argentina, BloodHorse reports. The 7-year-old son of Dubawi is currently residing at Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms in Lexington, Ky., while his stud plans are finalized. Bloodstock agent Donato Lanni told BloodHorse’s Jeremy […]

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McPeek Preparing Trio For Early Venture To Dubai World Cup Carnival

American trainer Kenny McPeek has long made a good living by winning big races and making intelligent ventures with racehorses. Led now by the aptly named Senior Investment, he is set to invade the Dubai World Cup Carnival with a trio of intriguing prospects, marking him as the first American trainer to come to the Carnival […]

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