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Mandella, Smith Demonstrate Horsemanship With Scandal-ous Win At Del Mar

What was Scandal, a 5-year-old mare with a 0-for-15 record doing in an allowance-level race against winners of as many as four races to open the Thanksgiving Day card at Del Mar? The answer: Getting ready to produce her first win and provide further evidence of the savvy horsemanship that have put both trainer Richard […]

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Claiborne: Flatter’s 2018 Fee Bumped To $40,000, Mastery To Stand For $25,000

Stud fees for Claiborne Farm’s 2018 stallion roster have been released. Among the twelve stallions currently standing at the Hancock family’s historic farm in Paris, KY, is international super sire War Front, who will remain at $250,000 next year. War Front’s G1-winning progeny this year includes Roly Poly, War Flag, Avenge, American Patriot and 2-year-old […]

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Fault Saves Ground For Pucker Up Win

In the Million Day finale, Agave Racing Stable’s Fault saved all the ground early and angled out in mid-stretch to run down Sam-Son Farm’s Journey Home in the final strides of the Grade III $100,000 Pucker Up for 3-year-old fillies. With Miguel Mena aboard, Fault earned his first stakes win, completing the 1 1/8 miles […]

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Bruder Playing The ‘Blame’ Game For Ellis Park’s Groupie Doll

Mike Bruder has raced at Ellis Park throughout his 40 years owning racehorses. But the retired Evansville businessman has never had a horse in his hometown track’s marquee race — something he hopes to rectify in a week. Bruder owns Put Da Blame On Me, a 4-year-old filly who comes into the Aug. 13, Grade 3 […]

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Bloodlines Presented By Merck Animal Health: Blame Finds Success Overseas

On Sunday at Chantilly, the high-quality 3-year-old filly Senga (by Blame) became her sire’s first Group 1 winner with victory in the Prix de Diane over 2100 meters. This male line has a grand tradition of classic quality, and Blame has done his job to add another classic success with this filly who stayed on […]

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Blame Gets First Classic Winner As Senga Takes Prix De Diane

American-based stallion Blame got his first classic winner and his first Grade/Group 1 winner when his daughter Senga stormed to victory in the G1 Prix de Diane (French Oaks) under Stephane Pasquier. Trained by Pascal Bary, who won the race in 2005 with Divine Proportions, Senga races in the colors of breeder Flaxman Holdings. “She […]

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Mastery Arriba A Claiborne Farm, Se Inicia Como Semental En 2018

El invicto Mastery, ganador selectivo Grado 1, hizo su muy esperado arribo a Claiborne Farm el 12 de Junio. El tresañero ha sido definitivamente retirado de las pistas y se iniciará como semental en el legendario establecimiento de cría a partir de 2018, de acuerdo a la información suministrada por Bernie Sams, representante del haras. […]

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Nobody’s Fault Scores Black Type In Unbridled Sidney

Robert J. Lothenbach’s homebred Nobody’s Fault surged late inside the final sixteenth of a mile to collar Triple Chelsea by one length and win Saturday’s seventh running of the $64,600 Unbridled Sidney for fillies and mares at Churchill Downs. Trained by Neil Pessin and piloted by leading rider Corey Lanerie, Nobody’s Fault covered the five […]

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TCA Online Stallion Season Auction Opens Monday

The 27th annual Thoroughbred Charities of America Stallion Season Auction began today at 9 a.m. and offers a wide variety of seasons, unique experiences, halters and other auction items. The six-day fundraiser opens with an online auction and culminates with a Celebration featuring select seasons on Saturday, January 7 at 6:30 p.m. EST at the […]

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Jockey Garrett Gomez Dead At 44

Talented but troubled jockey Garrett Gomez, 44, a two-time Eclipse Award winner and father of four who rode his last race at Keeneland in October 2013, has died. Daughter Shelby Gomez confirmed her father’s passing with Bloodhorse.com’s Jeremy Balan. Circumstances about his passing were unclear. According to several sources, Gomez had left his Duarte, Calif., […]

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