Doug Cauthen

Guarana’s Half Sister Magic Dance Faces Seven Other Juvenile Fillies In Adirondack At Saratoga

Three Chimneys Farm’s Magic Dance will look to stay unbeaten, drawing the outside post in the eight-horse filed assembled for Sunday’s Grade 2, $200,000 Adirondack for 2-year-old fillies over the Saratoga Race Course main track. Hall of Famer Steve Asmussen, a two-time Adirondack winner, trains the daughter of More Than Ready, who is the field’s […]

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Champion La Verdad Foals ‘Outstanding’ Daughter Of Curlin

Sheila Rosenblum, founder and owner of Lady Sheila Stable, announced today that La Verdad, the 2015 Eclipse Champion Female Sprinter, a winner of $1,563,200, foaled a Curlin filly on April 5th at Darley in Lexington, Kentucky. A multiple Graded Stakes winner of 16 races, La Verdad was the dam of last year’s filly sales topper […]

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Gun It’s Connections Hoping For ‘A Little New Orleans Luck’ In Risen Star

Early on in a horse’s 3-year-old year is the time when a lot of developing and learning experiences take place. Many horses that appear quirky and green will eventually blossom into classy, talented top-level runners later in the year. In the case of royally bred Gun It, the connections acknowledge his idiosyncratic tendencies but have […]

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Royally-Bred Gun It Showing ‘Promise’ Ahead Of Second Start At Fair Grounds

When a racehorse is closely related to a former Horse of the Year and costs $2.6 million at auction, expectations are bound to be sky high. By Tapit, Whisper Hill Farm LLC and Three Chimney Farm’s Gun It is the first foal out of the Medaglia d’Oro broodmare Miss Besilu, who is a half-sister to […]

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Fresh Chalon Will Try To Make Up For ‘Lost Time’ In TCA

Under new management,┬áChalon┬áhas returned to Keeneland for a run in Saturday’s $250,000 Thoroughbred Club of America (G2) for fillies and mares going 6 furlongs on the main track. The race is a Breeders’ Cup Challenge race with the winner getting a fees-paid berth into the $1 million Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Sprint (G1) at […]

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KEEP: Sports Betting Holds ‘Great Potential’ For Kentucky, Racing Industry

Today, the Kentucky Equine Education Project (KEEP), Kentucky’s equine economic advocate, released a white paper outlining KEEP’s position on legal sports wagering in Kentucky. The white paper details what will be critical to allow for a successful implementation of sports wagering in Kentucky, following the Supreme Court of the United States’ ruling in May that […]

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Tom Hamm Named Director Of Stallion Nominations At Three Chimneys

Three Chimneys Farm announced Friday that seasoned veteran horseman Tom Hamm will assume the role of Director of Stallion Nominations to handle season sales and bloodstock activity at the farm. With over 25 years of experience, Tom was first introduced to the business by his father, later becoming assistant trainer to his brother, Tim Hamm, […]

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Doug Cauthen Named New Chairman Of KEEP, Among Other Leadership Changes

The Kentucky Equine Education Project (KEEP), Kentucky’s equine economic advocate, announced changes and additions to the KEEP Board of Directors. Doug Cauthen, who has served on KEEP’s Executive Committee, is the new Chairman of KEEP’s Board of Directors. Cauthen is a founding board member of KEEP and is currently a partner of Doug Cauthen Thoroughbred […]

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That’s A Wrap: Gun Runner Closes His Career With A Bang In Pegasus World Cup

Champion Gun Runner left it all on the track on Saturday, and heads off to the breeding shed with no question left unanswered. The 5-year-old son of Candy Ride is one of a small number of top-caliber Thoroughbreds to improve with each start, and he ended his career with a personal best Beyer Speed Figure […]

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