Eddie Kenneally

Star Channel Gets A Nose Ahead of Old Time Hockey in Sunshine Millions Turf

Displaying both his talent and courage, Star Channel made his first start for trainer Eddie Kenneally an interesting – and successful – one. The 5-year-old son of English Channel dueled with Grade 2 winner Old Time Hockey down the stretch and emerged from a photo finish a nose in front at the wire to win […]

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Union Rags posts impressive drill; Battle Hardened doing well after Sam Davis

Chadds Ford Stable’s Champagne (G1) winner and Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1) runner-up Union Rags was impressive Monday morning working a half-mile at Palm Meadows. Daily Racing Form columnist and clocker Mike Welsch had the 3-year-old son of Dixie Union working in :48 3/5. “He did it real easy,” said trainer Michael Matz. “We’ll probably work […]

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Gulfstream: Walsh may launch training career with Santiva

After going out on his own at the end of October, Brendan Walsh is getting ready to saddle his first horse as a full-fledged trainer, perhaps as soon as Saturday at Gulfstream Park. The 38-year-old native of Cork, Ire. is in the process of building his stable, but he hopes to launch his training career […]

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Blues Street gives Albarado his 4th River City victory

Blues Street was much the best in the Grade 3 River City Handicap at Churchill Downs, winning by an easy five lengths over second-placed Allie’s Event and giving jockey Robby Albarado his fourth victory in the stakes. Gleam of Hope finished third. Blues Street is trained by Eddie Kenneally for Anstu Stables, Inc. He covered […]

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Santiva, Prime Cut arrive at Belmont Park

Press Release After sharing a flight from Kentucky to New York, Belmont Stakes contenders Santiva and Prime Cut reached Belmont Park in separate vans shortly after 4 p.m. Tuesday afternoon. Grade 2 winner Santiva, a closing fifth in the Kentucky Derby in his most recent start, was accompanied on the trip from Churchill Downs by […]

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Zipse: Santiva an intriguing Belmont longshot

The Belmont Stakes has produced more than its fair share of longshot winners, and if you’re looking for one this year, Zipse at the Track believes it might just be Santiva: “He is well bred, out of one the best sires in the world, and fresher than many of his competitors, promising plenty of room […]

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Santiva works, Belmont ‘likely’

Santiva worked five-eigths of a mile in 1:00 3/5 at Churchill Downs this morning in possible preparation for the Belmont Stakes (G1). Trainer Eddie Kenneally says the son of Giant’s Causeway is now “likely” after the encouraging workout. “He worked really, really well today,” Kenneally told Churchill’s publicity department. “He’s very fit. He went … […]

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Santiva works in preparation for Belmont Stakes

Trainer Eddie Kenneally sent out Kentucky Derby sixth place finisher, Santiva, for a half-mile breeze at Churchill Downs Friday morning. The son of Giant’s Causeway worked 49.80 in an easy manner for the upcoming Belmont Stakes on June 11th.

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Santiva looks to pick up where he left off

After an eventful 2010 2-year-old season that ended with a win over Astrology in the Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes, Santiva will make his first start of 2011 in the Risen Star. “He’s just a grinder, a tough little horse,” said traienr Kenneally. “He fought hard that day in the Kentucky, and I think that’s the […]

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