Golden Shaheen

Mind Your Biscuits Completes ‘Heavy Lifting’ Ahead Of Whitney Stretch-Out

Multiple graded stakes winner Mind Your Biscuits registered his final work before a planned start in the Grade 1, $1.2 million Whitney at 1 1/8 miles on August 4. With jockey Joel Rosario aboard, the strapping chestnut breezed a half-mile in 49.88 seconds over the main track listed as fast just before 9 a.m. Friday. […]

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Dubai World Cup Purse Boosted To $12 Million; $35 Million Now Up For Grabs On World’s Richest Day Of Racing

On March 30, 2019, the Dubai World Cup meeting is set to enhance its status as the world’s richest day of horseracing. Total purses for the card, which will feature six Group 1 and three Group 2 fixtures, will increase from US$30 million to US$35 million. Its namesake race, the Group 1 Dubai World Cup […]

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Mind Your Biscuits ‘Best He’s Ever Been’ Ahead Of Met Mile Try

New York-bred Horse of the Year Mind Your Biscuits, winner of the Group 1 Golden Shaheen in Dubai on March 31, turned in his first workout at Belmont Park since returning from a few weeks of freshening at the Fair Hill Training Center in Maryland, and is pointing to the Grade 1, $1.2 million Metropolitan […]

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Mind Your Biscuits Flies By X Y Jet For Golden Shaheen Repeat

For the second year in a row, Mind Your Biscuits will be leaving the UAE with some new hardware for his trophy cabinet. The 5-year-old son of Posse came flying from last in Saturday’s Group 1 Golden Shaheen to cross the wire a head in front of a very game X Y Jet. Trained by […]

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Miller Quartet ‘Sharp’ Ahead Of Dubai Sprint Starts

Carrying jockey Victor Espinoza, who is best known in Dubai as the rider of 2016 Dubai World Cup winner California Chrome, Conquest Tsunami breezed about 600m before dawn on Tuesday morning, streaking over the Meydan dirt in his last serious workout before the Al Quoz Sprint. Trainer Peter Miller oversaw the move down the stretch while standing […]

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The Darling Of Meydan: 12-Year-Old Reynaldothewizard Still Going Strong

The most popular horse in the UAE is easily Reynaldothewizard. He has stood the test of time, quite literally, competing into his 12-year-old season in 2018; a feat unmatched at the Group-racing level. He has become the darling of Meydan racing fans, notably bringing the house to frenzy when winning the Dubawi Stakes for the […]

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War Story Could Be Navarro’s Third In Dubai World Cup

Loooch Racing Stable, Glenn Ellis and Imaginary Stable’s War Story could be a third horse aiming toward the Dubai World Cup card for accomplished Florida- and New Jersey-based conditioner Jorge Navarro. An excellent fourth last out behind a trio of Eclipse Award finalists –Gun Runner, Collected and West Coast– in the Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1), […]

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X Y Jet Passes Mr. Prospector Test After 13-Month Layoff

Multiple graded stakes winner X Y Jet has returned to the races, and the 5-year-old gelding seems to be feeling like his old self. Making his first start off a 13-month layoff on Saturday, the son of Kantharos was able to hold off a determined First Growth to win the Grade 3 Mr. Prospector Stakes […]

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BC Sprint: Mind Your Biscuits, Imperial Hint Sharp In Penultimate Breezes

Defending Breeders’ Cup Sprint champion Drefong looks as though he’ll have his hands full in two weeks’ time with a pair of East Coast-based sprinters, Mind Your Biscuits and Imperial Hint. Both recorded their penultimate breezes on Saturday. Multiple graded stakes winner Mind Your Biscuits breezed four furlongs in 47.88 seconds in company shortly after the renovation […]

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Mind Your Biscuits Returns To Work Tab; Summers Aiming For Belmont Sprint

Putting in his first serious work since returning to the United States, Group 1 Dubai Golden Shaheen winner Mind Your Biscuits breezed three furlongs in 36.87 seconds on the main track under the watchful eye of trainer Chad Summers. “He looked very good this morning, I was pleased with the way he moved,” said Summers. […]

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