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Grade 1 Winner Fire The Groom Dies At Age 30

Fire the Groom, a grade 1 winner whose influence as a broodmare continues to be felt worldwide, died April 5 at the Hubbard family’s Crystal Springs Farm near Tularosa, New Mexico. She was 30. Bred by Edward Seltzer and John Calicchio, Fire the Groom began her racing career in England, where she made her first […]

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Pepper’s Pride Sire Desert God Dies At 24

The New Mexico leading sire from 2010 through 2014, Desert God passed away on Tuesday at his owner’s farm in Abilene, Texas, according to the Daily Racing Form. An unraced son of Fappiano, Desert God is the sire of filly Pepper’s Pride, who once held the record for modern-day consecutive wins at 19. Desert God […]

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Horse of the Year Invasor To Stand in Uruguay

Horse of the Year and champion older horse Invasor will stand at Uruguay’s Haras Cuatro Piedras for three years, beginning with the 2015 Southern Hemisphere season. The Daily Racing Form reports that Shadwell Stud near Lexington, Ky., will partner with Haras Cuatro Piedras on his ongoing career. Invasor began his racing career in Uruguay, capturing […]

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Leroidesanimaux to Stand at Lanwades Stud in Newmarket in 2014

Lanwades Stud and HallMarc Stallions are pleased to announce the relocation of leading American sire LEROIDESANIMAUX to stand at Lanwades in 2014 and onwards. LEROIDESANIMAUX won 9 races from 13 starts on turf and dirt in USA and Canada over distances from 6 1/2f – 1m 1/2f, incl. Gr.1 Citation Handicap, Gr.1 Atto Mile Stakes, […]

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The Lane’s End Weekender Pedigree: Congaree

On Saturday, the Grade 1 Eddie Read Stakes at Del Mar went to the veteran racer Jeranimo, who benefited from a furious early pace to come from behind and score a length and a half victory. The muscular bay ran the nine furlongs over a firm turf course in 1:45.80 and brought back memories of […]

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PAULICK REPORT FORUM brought to you by THE BREEDERS’ CUP: CHANGE CAN DO US GOOD

  We are pleased to introduce a new weekly feature today, the Paulick Report Forum brought to you by Breeders’ Cup. Every Wednesday, we’ll talk with a Thoroughbred industry player about the game we all love, trying to get a better understanding of where we’ve been and where we may be headed. One thing I’ve […]

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