Flower Alley

El Pattison Canadian International: Otra Demostración De Que Nada Está Escrito En Las Carreras De Caballos

La única carrera que no se gana es la que no se corre. Esta es una de las más grandes verdades de nuestro deporte predilecto. El Pattison Canadian International (G1, $800,000), una de las competencias más importantes del hipismo canadiense, se disputó el pasado domingo en el hipódromo de Woodbine (Toronto). La prueba de 2400 […]

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Bloodlines Presented By Merck Animal Health: A Tale Of Two Chestnuts

Timing isn’t everything for a stallion, but opportune success sure makes a sire’s life a lot easier. The highly distinguished veteran stallion Distorted Humor (by Forty Niner) began his career by becoming the leading freshman sire of 2002, when the stallion had four stakes winners, including a chestnut son by the name of Funny Cide. […]

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Bullards Alley Runs Away With Pattison Canadian International At 42-1

He hadn’t found the winner’s circle in 2017, but Bullards Alley thoroughly dominated Sunday’s Grade 1 Pattison Canadian International by 10 3/4 lengths for the first top-level victory not only of his career, but also that of his trainer Tim Glyshaw and his owners Wayne Spalding and Faron McCubbins. Off as the second-longest shot on […]

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Melnyk Among Inductees To Canadian Horse Racing Hall Of Fame

The Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame is pleased to announce the 2017 Inductees.  In this the 250th Anniversary Year of Horse Racing in Canada, a total of 10 horses and people have been elected from a very strong list of candidates. Standardbred inductees include Trainer/Driver Blair Burgess and Builder Dr. Gordon Gilbertson along with […]

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‘He’ll Run Through A Brick Wall For You’: Glyshaw Enlivened By Bullards Alley’s Recent Efforts

A game second-place effort behind multiple graded stakes winner Da Big Hoss in the $594,180 Kentucky Turf Cup (Grade II) on Sept. 10 has given trainer Tim Glyshaw confidence that Bullards Alley can spin back in three weeks for the $175,000 Lukas Classic (listed) at Churchill Downs on Saturday, Oct. 1. “He’s going to run […]

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Bullards Alley Gets Elusive Graded Victory For Trainer Glyshaw In Louisville Handicap

Wayne Spalding and Faron McCubbins’ Bullards Alley came home the 2 1/2-length winner of Saturday’s Grade 3 Louisville Handicap at Churchill Downs. Last started just nine days ago for a hard-fought nose victory over a good dirt track, he captured the first graded stakes race of his career, as well as trainer Tim Glyshaw’s, over […]

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Bullard’s Alley Bullies Way To Woodchopper Victory

Wayne Spalding and Faron McCubbins’ Tim Glyshaw-trained Bullards Alley wore down Virginia H. Tarra Trust’s Steve Margolis-trained Oak Brook with a determined rally in a rained-off renewal of the one-mile $75,000 Woodchopper Stakes at Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots over a muddy surface to cap three consecutive stakes on the day-after-Christmas card. The race […]

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Flower Alley Sold to Stand in South Africa

Flower Alley, sire of champion I’ll Have Another, has been purchased by Wilgerbosdrift Stud and will stand in South Africa in 2015. The Sporting Post reports that the 12-year-old stallion by Distorted Humor is the second new stallion joining the Wilgerbosdrift roster. The farm recently announced that South African champion and multiple Group 1 winner, […]

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Neck ‘n Neck gives Flower Alley another Derby winner

Neck ‘n Neck took a wild and woolly edition of the Grade 2 Indiana Derby at Hoosier Park on Saturday, making a very wide move into the stretch to run down the frontrunners and hold off a troubled but fast-finishing Bourbon Courage to win by a length for trainer Ian Wilkes and jockey Brian Hernandez, […]

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Eng: Bodemeister’s speed ‘sexier’ to U.S. breeders

The recent stud deals involving Kentucky Derby (gr. I) winner I’ll Have Another and Bodemeister, runner-up to that colt in both the Derby and Preakness Stakes (gr. I), highlight an interesting contrast in how U.S. breeders think, according to Richard Eng of the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Bodemeister, a son of Empire Maker, was syndicated to […]

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