Chad Brown

Lady Eli All Heart In Thrilling Diana Victory

Sheep Pond Partners’ Lady Eli laid her heart on the line this Saturday, showing every ounce of her courage to defeat Quidura by a head in the Grade 1 Diana Stakes. The 5-year-old daughter of Divine Park, who battled through laminitis to return to Grade 1-winning glory, covered nine furlongs over Saratoga’s firm turf in […]

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Trio Of Strong Female Sprinters Face Off In Wednesday’s Honorable Miss

By the Moon, Paulassilverlining and Finley’sluckycharm are all seeking to extend their current stakes win streaks in a field of five for the 26th running of the Grade 2, $200,000 Honorable Miss on Wednesday at Saratoga. Jay Em Ess Stable’s By the Moon seeks her third consecutive stakes win after victories in the Grade 3 […]

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Always Dreaming ‘Solid,’ Cloud Computing ‘Great’ In Final Preps For Jim Dandy

Grade 1 Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming turned in a five-furlong breeze in 1:01.71 over the Oklahoma training track Saturday morning at Saratoga Race Course in preparation for the Grade 2, $600,000 Jim Dandy at 1 1/8 miles on July 29. Hall of Fame jockey John Velazquez guided the Bodemeister colt through splits of 13.93 […]

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Lady Eli Y Antonoe, Dos Cartas De Lujo Para Chad Brown En El Diana Stakes

Nada nuevo: una selectiva de grado en grama para yeguas en New York, que muy posiblemente gane Chad Brown. El ganador del Eclipse Award cuenta con las principales aspirantes en el Diana Stakes (G1, $500,000), prueba central de la jornada del venidero sábado 22 en Saratoga. Por una parte estará la sensacional Lady Eli, de […]

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Lake George, Schuylerville Draw Solid Fields To Highlight Opening Day At Saratoga

Trainer Jimmy Toner will try for his third victory in Friday’s Grade 3, $150,000 Lake George for sophomore fillies at 1 1/16 miles on the Mellon turf with the Grade 3-placed Defiant Honor. The Lake George joins the Grade 3, $150,000 Schuylerville, a six-furlong contest for 2-year-old fillies, to kick off the Opening Day racing action at […]

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Rumbo A Los Clásicos Del Verano: Así Marchan Los Tresañeros Más Destacados

En esta entrega hemos querido mantener a nuestros lectores al tanto de la condición actual de los principales tresañeros en campaña en los Estados Unidos, ya cerca de los principales eventos selectivos del verano: CLASSIC EMPIRE: El hijo de Pioneerof the Nile quedó fuera de consideración para el Haskell Invitational debido a que su entrenador Mark […]

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Brown, Jose Ortiz Close Belmont Meet With Second Consecutive Titles

Trainer Chad Brown won his second straight Belmont Park spring/summer individual meet title, while Jose Ortiz posted two victories on Sunday, closing day, to clinch the riding title for a second straight year. Michael Dubb was the meet’s leading owner with 18 victories and earnings of $1,121,189. Brown, the New York Racing Association’s leading trainer […]

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Jim Dandy Works: Always Dreaming ‘Nice And Relaxed,’ Cloud Computing ‘Well Within Himself’

In their preparations for the July 29 Grade 2 Jim Dandy Stakes at Saratoga, both Derby winner Always Dreaming and Preakness winner Cloud Computing have been progressing well, reports drf.com. The Todd Pletcher-trained Always Dreaming covered five furlongs at Saratoga in 1:01.16, while Chad Brown trainee Cloud Computing worked a half-mile in :48.29 at Belmont Park. […]

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Soft Tissue Injury Forces Retirement Of Cigar Mile Winner Connect

Paul J. Pompa’s Connect has officially been retired, according to bloodhorse.com. The 4-year-old son of Curlin suffered a soft tissue injury while preparing for the Metropolitan Handicap, and will go to Lane’s End Farm to stand stud. Trained by Chad Brown, Connect won six of his eight career starts, including the Grade 1 Cigar Mile over […]

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Always Dreaming ‘Relaxed,’ Cloud Computing Fires A Bullet In Works Toward Jim Dandy

Always Dreaming put in his final breeze at Belmont before shipping to Saratoga on Monday, going 49.45 seconds on the training track, according to trainer Pletcher. The Grade 1 Kentucky Derby winner is scheduled to work two more times at the Spa before the Grade 2, $600,000 Jim Dandy on July 29. “It was a good, relaxed work,” […]

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