Cape Blanco

Global Reach: 2020 Stud Fees For Notable North American Runners Standing Abroad

The eyes of North American Thoroughbred fans and breeders are on the international stallion markets as much as they’ve ever been, with two-time Horse of the Year California Chrome, Kentucky Derby winner Animal Kingdom, and likely Eclipse Award winner Bricks and Mortar all set to stand in Japan for the 2020 breeding season. Foreign interest […]

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Californiagoldrush Ships East For Sands Point Win

Trainer Neil Drysdale sent Alice Bamford’s homebred Californiagoldrush across the U.S. to contest Saturday’s Grade 2 Sands Point Stakes at Belmont Park, and was handsomely rewarded for the decision when she triumphed by a half-length over Secret Message. Off as the tepid 3-1 favorite, the 3-year-old daughter of Cape Blanco covered nine furlongs over the […]

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Take Charge Indy, Cape Blanco Fillies Set The Bar In Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Breeze Show

Two fillies breezed an eighth of a mile in 10 seconds flat on Tuesday afternoon to lead the first session of the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic 2-year-olds in training under tack show in Timonium, Md. The under tack show will continue with two more sessions on Wednesday and Thursday, with the sale scheduled for May 22-23. Hip […]

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Zoetis Presents Bloodlines: Surprising Freshman Power

As the year winds down quietly, the clear freshman sire champion is Uncle Mo, who leads the nearly completed annual list with the kind of dominance that he showed during his own juvenile campaign. The Ashford Stud stallion by deceased Indian Charlie has more than $3.6 million in progeny earnings to this point, $2.5 million […]

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Champion Cape Blanco Sires First Winner

The first reported juvenile winner for champion Cape Blanco came May 23 when his daughter Cape Victory won in Russia. The Racing Post reports that the filly, who is out of the Cape Cross mare Alegendinmyownmind, was purchased for $40,000 at the 2014 Fasig-Tipton July sale by Raut, LLC. During his racing career, Cape Blanco […]

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Bloodlines: American Breeders Relish Sons of Galileo

“I’ve been looking for many years for a great European champion that really pushed all the buttons. Pedigree, performance, and particularly a son of Galileo, who’s been such a great sire in Europe, has been such a great sire all over the world.” That’s what Lane’s End owner Will Farish said during a promotional video […]

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Champion Cape Blanco to Stand in Japan in 2015

Cape Blanco, winner of the 2011 Eclipse Award for Champion Turf Male, will stand in Hokkaido next season, according to a report in the Racing Post. The Japan Bloodhorse Breeders’ Association has entered into a lease agreement with Coolmore to stand Cape Blanco for one or two years. The 7-year-old stallion by Galileo entered stud in […]

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First foals reported for champions Uncle Mo, Cape Blanco

The first Uncle Mo foal was born on the 4th of January at Justice Farm. Out of the Unbridled’s Song mare Erica’s Melody Greg Justice described the filly as being “a very nice correct filly with plenty of leg and quality. She is of good size and was just what I was hoping for.” She […]

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Stallion Spotlight: Cape Blanco

The following feature was originally published in the Paulick Report Special, our print edition distributed at major Thoroughbred auctions A good-sized, rangy chestnut, Cape Blanco proved the most popular stallion in the country in 2012 by the number of mares bred to him. The son of leading international sire Galileo covered 220 mares this season […]

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