Forestry

Bloodlines: Reflecting On The Green Monkey

A week ago, the activity and interest in the 2018 Fasig-Tipton Kentucky’s two sales obscured the reporting that The Green Monkey had been euthanized earlier in the spring. The record-priced Thoroughbred sold at auction, The Green Monkey has become a footnote in racing history due to his price, and his death was noted because of […]

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Laminitis Claims Record-Priced The Green Monkey At Age 14

The Green Monkey, whose $16-million price tag remains the world record for a Thoroughbred at public auction, was euthanized in the late spring due to complications from laminitis. He was 14. The son of Forestry resided at Hartley/De Renzo Thoroughbreds in Ocala, Fla., where he spent his entire stallion career. “He was doing excellent, and […]

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Orb Filly Goes Two Panels In :21 Flat To Lead Fasig-Tipton’s Gulfstream Breeze Show

A filly from the second crop of Kentucky Derby winner Orb sped a quarter in :21 flat to lead Monday’s breeze show at the Fasig-Tipton Gulfstream sale. Consigned by agent Tom McCrocklin as Hip 54, the filly is out of a Forestry half-sister to Creative Cause and Destin. Her second dam is the Grade 1 […]

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O’Neill ‘Really Happy’ With Nyquist’s Latest Work At Santa Anita

With regular rider Mario Gutierrez aloft, Paul and Zillah Reddam’s Kentucky Derby winning Nyquist worked five furlongs in 1:02.07 at 12:48 p.m. today over Santa Anita’s pristine main track. In his second recorded workout since tasting defeat for the first time in the Preakness Stakes May 21, the Doug O’Neill conditioned son of Uncle Mo […]

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Auntie Joy All The Way In Regret Stakes

Sanford R. Robertson’s Auntie Joy was the 1 1/4-length winner of Saturday night’s Grade 3 Regret Stakes at Churchill Downs. A sophomore daughter of Uncle Mo, the Brendan Walsh trainee covered nine furlongs over the firm turf course in 1:49.24 under jockey Brian Hernandez. “We’re delighted with her,” said Walsh. “She was sitting on a […]

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Camelot Kitten On Top Of Blanket Finish In Pennine Ridge

Ken and Sarah Ramsey’s homebred Camelot Kitten came out on top of a blanket finish by a neck in Saturday’s Grade 3 Pennine Ridge Stakes at Belmont Park. The sophomore son of Kitten’s Joy covered nine furlongs in 1:49.25 over the firm turf for trainer Chad Brown as the post-time favorite. “Camelot Kitten ran great,” […]

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Preakness Winner Shackleford Sires First Winner

A 2-year-old colt by the name of Little Nappy goes down in the history books as new stallion Shackleford’s first winner at Gulfstream Park. The Carlo Vaccarezza trainee held on by a nose to win the $40,000 maiden special weight event, completing 4 1/2 furlongs in :52.62 in his second career start. Shackleford, winner of […]

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First Winner For G2 Meadowlands Cup Winner Etched

Multiple graded stakes winner Etched was represented by his first winner when the 2-year-old filly Eve broke her maiden Dec. 6. According to a report in the Blood-Horse, Eve captured the first race, a mile main track contest, at Laurel Park. Eve was bred in Maryland by the Boniface family’s Bonita Farm and is out of Cross Over […]

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Forestry Sold, Will Stand in Brazil

Successful stallion Forestry has been has been purchased by Haras Sao Jose da Serra in Brazil and will not return to Kentucky for the 2015 season. The Daily Racing Form confirmed the sale on Monday with Taylor Made Farm, which formerly stood the stallion. According to the DRF, the Brazilian farm had leased Forestry with […]

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Taylor Made Sets 2014 Stud Fees; Oxbow, Graydar Join Roster

Taylor Made Stallions has set fees for its 2014 roster of stallions, which features a pair of Grade 1 winners new for 2014 in Oxbow and Graydar. Oxbow retires to stud as the only classic winner by sire of sires Awesome Again after his memorable front-running victory in this year’s Preakness S. (G1) under comeback […]

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