Frank Stronach

‘Sharp’ Azteca Impresses Paolucci With Five-Furlong Breeze Toward Pegasus

Sharp Azteca breezed five furlongs in a sharp 1:00.60 over a sloppy track at Gulfstream Park West Saturday in preparation for a start in the $16 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational (G1) at Gulfstream Park Jan. 27. The Jorge Navarro-trained son of Freud galloped out six furlongs impressively under jockey Irad Ortiz Jr. to finish off a workout […]

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Then There Was One: Stronach Group Makes Deals For Two Of Final Three Pegasus Slots

Just nine of a possible 12 spots in the $16 million Pegasus World Cup had been sold by the deadline in mid-December, so The Stronach Group had to get creative to fill the remainder of the starting gate in the world’s richest horse race. According to drf.com, TSG marketed those three remaining spots to horse owners […]

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Shaman Ghost To Enter Stud In California At Tommy Town Thoroughbreds

Adena Springs announced today Shaman Ghost will stand his first season in California at Tommy Town Thoroughbreds LLC for the 2018 breeding season. His stud fee will be $10,000, live foal stands and nurses.  There will be special consideration for young stakes-winning mares at a reduced stud fee of $7,500, live foal stands and nurses. […]

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Se Anuncian Los Finalistas Para Caballo Del Año Y Demás Categorías Del Eclipse Award 2017

Encabezados por los nominados para Caballo del Año Arrogate, Gun Runner y World Appoval, la National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA), el Daily Racing Form y los Periodistas y Comunicadores Hípicos (NTWAB, siglas en inglés) anunciaron los finalistas para los Eclipse Awards de 2017, reconociendo la excelencia en el deporte hípico. Los ganadores en 17 categorías […]

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Frank Stronach To Receive Eclipse Award Of Merit

Through his extraordinary success in racing, breeding, racetrack ownership and support of retired racehorse programs, the National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA), Daily Racing Form and the National Turf Writers and Broadcasters (NTWAB) today announced that Frank Stronach will receive the Eclipse Award of Merit for a lifetime of outstanding achievement in service to the Thoroughbred […]

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Stronach Moving Three Stallions To California To Improve Population Problem

Stronach Group founder Frank Stronach is taking a hands-on approach to helping fill future fields at Santa Anita Park. According to a report from the Daily Racing Form’s Joe Nevills, Stronach will move two stallions – City Wolf (by Giant’s Causeway) and North Light (by Danehill) from his Kentucky operation to EF1 Farm in Hemet, […]

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Nine Of Twelve Slots Sold For 2018 Pegasus World Cup

The Stronach Group will purchase three of the spots in the starting gate for the 2018 Pegasus World Cup; only nine were sold by the 5 p.m. Friday deadline, according to drf.com. “We still think there will be 12 in the race,” said TSG’s Tim Ritvo, adding that the plan is to continue to market the […]

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Total Handle Soars As Gulfstream Hosts First Clasico Internacional Del Caribe

Noisemakers, drum circles, fans singing anthems, wearing the colors of their countries and waving national flags. The Clasico Internacional del Caribe, the premier Thoroughbred event in Latin America and the Caribbean, arrived for the first time in 50 years in North America Saturday and it was a hit at Gulfstream Park. The highlight of the five-race Clasico […]

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Shaman Ghost Retired From Racing, To Stand In California

Multiple Grade 1 winner Shaman Ghost has been retired from racing and will stand in California. The retirement was confirmed Monday by trainer James Jerkens on his Twitter account. In an interview last week with the BloodHorse, Frank Stronach said that the Stronach family would send three stallions to stand in California in 2018, as a part of […]

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$85,000 Fee For Ghostzapper Tops Adena Springs Roster; Shaman Ghost Possible 2018 Addition

Adena Springs Kentucky, located in Paris, Ky., confirmed their 2018 stud fees this week. The nine-horse roster is led by 2017 leading sire Ghostzapper.  A homebred and raced son of Adena Kentucky stallion Awesome Again, Ghostzapper has enjoyed considerable success in 2017.  He has sired an impressive 15 blacktype winners, eight Graded stakes winners, and […]

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