English Channel

The Pizza Man Rallies Wide To Hollywood Turf Cup Victory

Far back for the opening mile, Midwest Thoroughbreds’ homebred gelding The Pizza Man rallied wide into the stretch under Mike Smith to win the 1 1/2-mile Hollywood Turf Cup going away by two lengths as the even-money favorite. Big John B finished second, with Power Foot third and Power Ped fourth among the 14 runners […]

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Calumet Sets Roster And Stud Fees For 2016, Including Regional Sires

Calumet Farm in Lexington, Ky., has set its stud fees for 2016, including regional sires.  New to Calumet for 2016 are Real Solution, Americain, Grey Swallow, Eye of the Leopard and Aikenite.  “We are attempting to offer a wide variety of bloodlines possessing soundness, conformation, and a propensity to winning classic two-turn races on both […]

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Boden Named Stallion Season Sales Director, Racing Manager At Calumet Farm

Calumet Farm announced today that Charlie Boden has been appointed stallion season sales director and racing manager for the historic Lexington Ky., farm.  His duties will include managing the growing stallion division as well as overseeing the racing operation.  Boden will join general manager Eddie Kane in a renewed effort to return the historic nursery […]

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Calumet Farm Sponsoring Kentucky Downs Juvenile

Historic Calumet Farm, established in 1924 in Lexington, KY, has signed on to be title sponsor of Kentucky Downs’ premier stakes event for 2-year-olds. The $300,000 Calumet Farm Juvenile, formerly the Kentucky Downs Juvenile, will be contested on opening day, Saturday, Sept. 5. The seven-furlong contest figures to draw some of the most promising 2-year-old […]

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Woodbine presents Bloodlines: The Return of Calumet

By any measure, sportsman Brad Kelley has taken a bold position with his acquisition of Calumet Farm and with the money and energy that he has poured into that historic farm. Last year, Calumet won the Preakness Stakes with Oxbow (by Awesome Again); this year, Kelley’s Bluegrass Hall bred Saturday’s Travers Stakes winner V.E. Day […]

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Champion English Channel Moves to Calumet Farm

Another building block has been added to Calumet Farm under the ownership of Brad Kelley with the announcement that champion English Channel would be moving to the historic Lexington, Ky., nursery for the 2015 breeding season. Owned in partnership by Calumet and James Scatuorchio, the son of leading sire Smart Strike stood the last five seasons at Lane’s […]

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English Channel colt tops CTHS sale at Woodbine

A colt by champion English Channel out of the stakes winner In Return (by Horse Chestnut) sold to Bear Stable for $275,000 to top the select sessions of the Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society’s annual yearling sale at Woodbine. The select sessions of the CTHS sale were held Monday and Tuesday. The sale’s gross decreased by […]

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Jones, Walmac sued over Ready’s Image

Retired New Jersey businessman James Scatuorchio has filed a lawsuit in the name of his racing stable and two children against John T.L. Jones III and several entities he is said to oversee – Walmac Stud Management, Walmac Farm, and Saybrook Advertising. The 16-count suit, which involves the 2009 first-year stallion Ready’s Image – who […]

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First winner for champion English Channel

Grass champion English Channel got his first winner when his 2-year-old daughter Ann of the Dance won at Arlington Park June 18, reports the Blood-Horse. Ann of the Dance, part of English Channel’s first crop, was bred by Bluegrass Hall. English Channel stands at Lane’s End Farm in Kentucky.

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