Tepin Foals Curlin Filly, Bred Back To Galileo

Champion racemare Tepin, winner at both the Breeders’ Cup and Royal Ascot, gave birth to a filly by Curlin on May 1, according to┬á Purchased for $8 million by Coolmore at the Fasig-Tipton November sale, Tepin was sent to Ireland to foal. Coolmore also confirmed that the mare, a daughter of Bernstein, has been bred […]

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Weekend Lineup: Cardinal Handicap

The lone graded stakes race on the docket this weekend is the G3 Cardinal Handicap on Saturday at Churchill Downs. With a scheduled post time of 5:24 p.m. Eastern, the Cardinal is a nine furlong turf contest for fillies and mares age three and up. Ignacio Correas’ trainee Dona Bruja is the 8-5 morning line […]

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Tepin ‘Didn’t Feel Like’ Working Monday At Palm Meadows, Heads To Kentucky

Female turf superstar Tepin did not hesitate to make her opinion clear Monday morning at Florida’s Palm Meadows, when the 6-year-old daughter of Bernstein declined rider Julien Leparoux’s request to turn around for a workout. After several failed attempts to convince Tepin to move forward going the right way around the turf course, trainer Mark […]

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First Foal Arrives For Breeders’ Cup Mile Winner Karakontie

Gainesway’s three-time Grade/Group 1 winner Karakontie sired his first reported foal Jan. 19, a filly bred by Jim and Pam Robinson’s Brandywine Farm and foaled at their Paris, Ky., property. The filly was produced from the winning Saint Ballado mare Royal Parade, who is from the immediate family of 1996 Preakness Stakes (G1) winner Louis […]

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Casse Scores Tepin’s Saturday Work An ‘A’ At Churchill

Trainer Mark Casse was extremely pleased with champion mare Tepin’s breeze at Churchill Downs Saturday morning. The 5-year-old daughter of Bernstein worked in company with 2-year-old Keep Quiet, the two covering a half mile in :48 2/5. “I thought she worked extremely well,” Casse told “We gave her a little company and she was […]

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Tepin Confirmed For Keeneland’s First Lady Oct. 8

Robert Masterson’s Champion Turf Female Tepin arrived at trainer Mark Casse’s Churchill barn Sunday at 5 a.m. after spending her summer at Saratoga, and she’s set to make her next start in Saturday’s $400,000 First Lady (GI) at Keeneland, the same race that she used last year to springboard to a victory in the Breeders’ […]

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Bloodlines Presented By Woodbine: Sires Gone But Not Forgotten

This weekend’s racing was essentially a celebration of sires we lost too soon through the living tribute of their offspring; many of the important winners over the weekend are by stallions who are dead. Tepin leads the list with her dominant victory in the Grade 1 Woodbine Mile, and she is a daughter of the […]

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‘Queen Of The Turf’ Tepin Turns Away Challengers In Woodbine Mile

Robert Masterson’s “Queen of the Turf” Tepin returned to the races in fine style Saturday, turning away all challengers in the G1, $1 million Ricoh Woodbine Mile to win by a half-length. The 5-year-old daughter of Bernstein, piloted by Julien Leparoux, completed one mile over an E.P. Taylor turf course rated “good” in 1:34.13 for […]

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Tepin ‘Doing Super,’ Final Breeze Before Woodbine Mile Set For Sunday At Saratoga

Tepin, who will bring superstar status to the Grade 1 Woodbine Mile, is slated to have her final breeze at Saratoga on Sunday, weather permitting. She is expected to square off against seven foes in the Mile. Earlier this morning it was confirmed that defending Woodbine Mile champion Mondialiste would point to the Shadwell Mile […]

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