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Best Of The Breeders’ Cup Presented By Brisnet: Classic And Sprint

The whole idea of the Breeders’ Cup is to decide championships on the racetrack, and that’s certainly what happened in 2007 when Monmouth Park in New Jersey played host for the first and only time – particularly in the biggest race of them all, the Grade 1 Classic. Street Sense, who six months earlier became […]

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U S Navy Cross Tops Brown Duo In Sunday’s Nashua

After capturing the last four consecutive meet titles on the New York Racing Association circuit, trainer Chad Brown will look to start the Aqueduct Racetrack fall meet on a strong note by entering both U S Navy Cross and Network Effect in the Grade 3, $200,000 Nashua for juveniles going one mile on Sunday at […]

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Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms Sets 2019 Roster And Fees, Led By Curlin At $175,000

Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms announced their 2019 stud fees. New to the roster is Eclipse champion and multiple Grade 1 winner Good Magic by Curlin, as well as the undefeated Grade 1 winner Army Mule, one of the leading sprinters in the country who posted a 114 Beyer Speed Figure, the highest up to a […]

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Current Flies Late To Nail Photo In Dixiana Bourbon

Robert LaPenta and Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners’ Current came flying down the center of Keeneland’s turf course to just win the Grade 3 Dixiana Bourbon by a nose on the wire. The juvenile son of Curlin, ridden by Jose Ortiz for trainer Todd Pletcher for their third win on the card, completed 1 1/16 miles over […]

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Good Magic ‘Done For The Season,’ Audible Targeting Pegasus World Cup

Trainer Chad Brown has officially stated that Good Magic, the Haskell winner and Kentucky Derby runner-up, will not race again this season, according to drf.com. The Curlin colt most recently ran ninth as the Travers favorite, and was sent to Stonestreet for a break from the racetrack. “He needs some time,” Brown said. “A decision on […]

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Dabster Proves Best In Inaugural Los Alamitos Special

Less than four weeks after winning the Harry F. Brubaker at Del Mar, Dabster added a second stakes victory to his resume, taking the inaugural $100,690 Los Alamitos Special Sunday at Los Alamitos race course in Cypress, Calif. After tracking the pace set by Little Scotty, who opened a four-length lead through the first half […]

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Electric Book 1 Of Keeneland September Doubles Seven-Figure Horses Over First Four Days

Book 1 of the Keeneland September Yearling Sale had a distinctly pre-recession feel to it during the 2018 renewal. Principals for Godolphin and Coolmore were in attendance and battling for what became a hefty ledger of seven-figure horses, throwing back to their epic battles in the early aughts, while a global variety of buyers filled […]

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Sheikh Mohammed’s Appearance Drives Opening Day Trade At Keeneland September Sale

It’s been a while since Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum has made an appearance at the Keeneland September yearling sale, but he made his presence known in a big way on Monday, buying a pair of seven-figure horses during the opening session of the Keeneland September Yearling sale. The ruler of Dubai and proprietor […]

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Untamed Domain, Curlin’s Honor Top Ceasars Stakes At Indiana Grand

A field of eight will go postward in the 13th running of the $200,000 Caesars Stakes during Indiana’s richest day of turf racing Wednesday, Sept. 5. The race, formerly known as the Centaur Stakes, will feature several horses with Graded Stakes experience, including Untamed Domain from the H. Graham Motion Stable. Owned by West Point Thoroughbreds, Untamed […]

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Tenfold A ‘Perfect Storm’ Of Winchell, Asmussen Connections

Winchell Thoroughbreds’ Gun Runner came to Saratoga last summer and firmly established his Horse of the Year credentials with back-to-back Grade 1 victories in the Whitney and Woodward, two of racing’s most prestigious races for older horses. On Saturday, Ron Winchell will take aim at Saratoga’s premiere prize for 3-year-olds, the Grade 1 Travers, with […]

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