El Prado

Here Comes Chindi! Oaklawn’s ‘Unofficial Ambassador’ Honored Sunday

At the age of 26, Chindi is still a familiar face at his favorite racetrack in Hot Springs, Arkansas. The only thing the grey gelding loves more than heading to the racetrack each morning as trainer Steve Hobby’s stable pony is heading to the clocker’s stand and stretching his head up into the air to […]

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44-1 Longshot El Tormenta Out-Finishes Got Stormy In Woodbine Mile

Sam-Son Farm homebred El Tormenta moved up the rail at final odds of 44-1 to defeat the 7-5 favorite in filly Got Stormy by a half-length in Saturday’s Grade 1 Ricoh Woodbine Mile, earning the first top-level score of his career. The Ontario-bred 4-year-old by Stormy Atlantic was piloted by Eurico Rosa da Silva and […]

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Bloodlines: Code Of Honor Stakes Out New Territory For Sire Line

Victory in the Grade 1 Travers Stakes at Saratoga made Code of Honor (by Noble Mission) the seventh colt of 2019 to win a G1 stakes in the States at nine furlongs or farther on dirt. The others are Maximum Security (Florida Derby, Haskell), Roadster (Santa Anita Derby), Omaha Beach (Arkansas Derby), Country House (Kentucky […]

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Galilean Romps By Nine Lengths In King Glorious

Heavily-favored Galilean rolled to a nine-length victory in the $100,000 King Glorious Stakes Sunday, the final day of the Winter Thoroughbred meet at Los Alamitos. Able to establish the lead immediately under jockey Flavien Prat, the 2-year-old son of Uncle Mo set moderate early fractions with 7-2 second choice Our Silver Oak in close pursuit, […]

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‘Local Interest’ Convinces Ramsey To Keep Kitten’s Joy In The U.S.

Ken Ramsey was convinced that sending his homebred Kitten’s Joy overseas was the only option remaining for the “underappreciated” stallion. After he announced that decision to the public, an outpouring of support from local Kentucky breeders convinced Ramsey to change his mind. According to¬†bloodhorse.com, the 16-year-old son of El Prado will be staying in the […]

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Bloodlines: Lasting Influence Of Sadler’s Wells Shines Through Top Fillies Songbird, Enable

The European supersire Sadler’s Wells had a great weekend, both in Europe and in the States. Much of that success comes through the grand old stallion’s most influential son Galileo. Galileo’s son Gustav Klimt and daughter Clemmie won the Group 2 Superlative and G2 Duchess of Cambridge Stakes at Newmarket. Both are 2-year-olds with promise […]

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Phipps’ Carrumba Game In Rescheduled Top Flight Handicap

Phipps Stable’s Carrumba proved very game in a half-length victory over Mei Ling in Sunday’s Grade 3 Top Flight Invitational Handicap at Aqueduct, rescheduled from last weekend after high winds cancelled Sunday’s card. The 4-year-old daughter of Bernardini covered the nine furlongs in 1:50.26 for trainer Shug McGaughey. “Everything was great,” said Robbie Medina, assistant […]

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Kitten’s Joy Stud Fee To Remain At $100,000

Ramsey Farm announced Thursday that Kitten’s Joy’s stud fee will remain at $100,000 for the 2016 breeding season. For the third year in a row, Kitten’s Joy is the Leading Turf Sire in America with such standout runners as Eclipse Award Candidate and Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Turf (G1) winner Stephanie’s Kitten ($4,292,904) as […]

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Airdrie Stud Acquires Millionaire Summer Front For 2016

Summer Front, a multiple graded stakes winning millionaire by leading sire War Front, has been retired to Brereton and Elizabeth Jones’s Airdrie Stud. A $475,000 Keeneland April purchase by agent Steve Young, Summer Front raced in the colors of Thomas A. Moore’s Waterford Stable and retires a four-time graded stakes winner with earnings of over […]

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