Devil May Care

Devil May Care dies of cancer

2010 Kentucky Derby runner Devil May Care was euthanized today after a confirmed diagnosis of lymphosarcoma from Johanna Reimer, VMD Diplomate ACVIM (Internal Medicine, Cardiology) with Rood and Riddle. The four-year-old mare by Malibu Moon out of Kelli’s Ransom won $724,000 at 2 and 3. Her wins include the Mother Goose S (gr. I), BetFair […]

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Devil May Care still struggling to recover

Devil May Care, the filly who finished 10th in last year’s Kentucky Derby, still faces complications from a non-catagious form of hepatitis.  Owner John Greathouse was hoping to have the daughter of Malibu Moon back on the track this year, but she has remained under medical observation in Florida. If Devil May Care fails to […]

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Liver Issue Knocks Devil May Care from Breeders’ Cup

Due to a non-contagious case of hepatitis, three-year-old filly Devil May Care will not be able to run in the Ladies Classic at Churchill Downs next month. Owner John Greathouse says the Kentucky Derby 10th place finisher is doing okay but has elevated liver enzymes. require_once(ABSPATH. ‘/wp-content/blogad.php’); ?> If all goes well, Devil May Care […]

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American Graded Stakes Standings brought to you by Keeneland: Grade 1 Winners

Let’s take a look at Grade 1 winners in the U.S. this week in several key categories, beginning with trainers. It’s no surprise that Todd Pletcher, the runaway leader in overall American Graded Stakes wins and winners, is also the leader among the winners of G1 races. So far this year, he’s won 10 of […]

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DIFFERENT TRACK, SAME STORY: BLIND LUCK EDGES OUT HAVRE DE GRACE IN ALABAMA

Blind Luck rallied to win the Alabama Stakes, holding off Havre de Grace at the wire for the second race in a row. Read more at Brisnet BETFAIR TVG ALABAMA (G1) QUOTES  Jerry Hollendorfer, winning trainer of Blind Luck (No. 4): “I thought when Joel [Rosario] made his move coming into the lane he would […]

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LANE’S END brings you THE WEEKENDER PEDIGREE: BLIND LUCK

By Frank Mitchell The flashy chestnut filly Blind Luck took her fifth Grade 1 victory with a game success in the Alabama Stakes at Saratoga on Saturday and is the leader of her division. The Alabama was the filly’s third G1 this season, following the Las Virgenes and Kentucky Oaks. Her immediate victim […]

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CLASH OF THE FILLIES

Much has been made of the rivalry between Zenyatta and Rachel Alexandra, fueled by Rachel winning Horse of the Year in 2009 despite not running in the Breeders’ Cup. As of yet, the two have not met although they seem to be headed towards a matchup in this year’s Breeders’ Cup Classic at Churchill Downs. […]

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WEEKEND STAKES: WHERE TO WATCH brought to you by WEST POINT THOROUGHBREDS

Arlington Park, in suburban Chicago, presents the signature day of its racing season on Saturday when the Arlington Million and its sister race, the Beverly D., along with the Secretariat are run. They are all Grade 1 stakes taking place on the grass. In addition, the G3 Stars and Stripes is on the card, a […]

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AMERICAN GRADED STAKES STANDINGS brought to you by Keeneland: NOT AN EASY CLUB TO JOIN

By Ray Paulick In this week’s American Graded Stakes standings brought to you by Keeneland, we’ll take a quick mid-season look at the Grade 1 stakes winners. There have been 38 G1 races run in the United States thus far this year, won by 33 different horses, the only repeat winners being Zenyatta, with three, […]

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WEEKEND STAKES: WHERE TO WATCH brought to you by WEST POINT THOROUGHBREDS

This weekend marks the opening of Saratoga Race Course, in picturesque Saratoga Springs, New York. There are three graded stakes scheduled over the weekend, but handicappers are going to be challenged by track conditions, which could be very wet from copious amounts of rain. Friday’s feature is the Grade 3 Schuylerville, for 2-year-old fillies going […]

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