Eddie Kenneally

Kenneally On Kentucky Downs Purses And Layout: ‘You Have To Take A Shot’

The 5-year-old Parlor will run at Kentucky Downs in Franklin, Ky., for the fourth straight year in Saturday’s $750,000 Tourist Mile. Now a gelding, Parlor won his debut at Ellis Park, then finished second by a neck in the Kentucky Downs Juvenile. He returned at 3 to take second again, this time by three-quarters of […]

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Amoss Optimistic Long Weekend Likes Saratoga Surface Ahead Of G2 Saratoga Special

Long Weekend, an impressive five-length debut winner, will take a step up in class and distance as part of a talented eight-horse field of juveniles making their respective stakes debut in Saturday’s Grade 2, $200,000 Saratoga Special presented by Miller Lite at Saratoga Race Course. Owned by B.C.W.T., Long Weekend bested a seven-horse maiden field […]

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Saving For The Future: Bourbon Lane Creates Retirement Fund For Its Racehorses

Bourbon Lane Stables has been concerned with aftercare since its inception. Mike McMahon, founder and co-owner, announced on August 3 that the entity has created a 501(c)(3) retirement fund to help defray the costs of caring for the partnership’s retired racehorses. Bourbon Lane Stables already follows the horses it has sold or had claimed; this […]

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Sanford Winner By Your Side Takes Aim On ‘Prestigious’ Hopeful

Anderson Stables’ By Your Side is doing well after improving to 2-for-2 in his career following a three-length win in Saturday’s Grade 3, $150,000 Sanford for 2-year-olds, trainer Eddie Kenneally said Sunday morning. The Constitution colt earned a 74 Beyer Speed Figure after staying just off pacesetter Tomato Bill’s early fractions in the six-furlong sprint […]

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Tapit Filly Tops Revived Keeneland April Sale At $1.3 Million

The apex of the revived Keeneland April 2-Year-Olds In Training And Horse Of Racing Age Sale was five years in the making for the auction company, but it was a years-long journey for Chris Baccari as well. The auction’s most expensive juvenile, a Tapit filly who sold to Prince Sultan bin Mishal al Saud of […]

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Buyers Navigate Muddy Keeneland April Under-Tack Show

It was hard to find a consignor in the barns that wasn’t constantly refreshing the long-term weather forecast in the days prior to Monday’s Keeneland April 2-Year-Olds In Training And Horses Of Racing Age Sale under-tack show, with a looming storm front threatening to put a damper on the proceedings. The worst of the downpour […]

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Golden Notion Tops First Session Of OBS Winter Mixed Sale

Golden Notion, a 3-year-old son of Goldencents consigned by Woodside Ranch, agent, was sold to S B M Training and Sales, agent, for $200,000 to top the first day of the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Company’s 2019 Winter Mixed Sale. The bay colt, who worked a half-mile in :44 flat at the under-tack show, is out […]

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Boxwood Up Late In Ginger Brew; Fancy Dress Party Stays Undefeated In Ginger Woman

William L. Pape’s homebred Boxwood, making her season and stakes debut, found her way to the lead early and held off late-running favorite Pivottina in the final yards to win Saturday’s $100,000 Ginger Brew by a neck at Gulfstream Park. The 7 ½-furlong Ginger Brew on turf and the $75,000 Glitter Woman at six furlongs […]

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Vision Perfect, Girls Know Best Prove Deserving Favorites In Gulfstream Stakes

Mr. Amore Stable’s Vision Perfect was a blur as he streaked to a commanding victory in the $100,000 Janus Stakes at Gulfstream Park. The Janus kicked off the stakes portion of an 11-race card that featured six turf stakes, headlined by the $100,000 H. Allen Jerkens, a two-mile event honoring the memory of the legendary […]

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