Lost And Found Presented By Horseware: Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Winners

Aside from the Classic and the Distaff, the Grade 1 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile is one of the most closely watched contests during the two-day racing festival. The Juvenile gives 2-year-olds one last chance to showcase their skills ahead of Eclipse Award voting and is often the start of Kentucky Derby fever for the next racing […]

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KY Downs: Maker Targeting Stakes With Pair Of Hansen Youngsters

One of Mike Maker’s biggest clients is perennial Kentucky Downs leading owner Ken and Sarah Ramsey, who raced champion Kitten’s Joy and campaign many of his offspring known for having Kitten in their names. But Maker’s candidates for Kentucky Downs’ 2-year-old stakes aren’t owned by the Ramseys and both were sired by Hansen, the 2011 […]

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Champion Hansen Sires First Winner

Hansen’s Victory took the lead at the start and never looked back as he charged to a 1 3/4-length victory in the first race at Hastings Race Course to become champion Hansen’s first winner. The Blood-Horse reports that Hansen’s Victory, a bay gelding out of the multiple stakes winner, Victory With Class (by Stormy Victory), covered the […]

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Kendall Hansen Hopes For Return To Derby Trail With New 2-Year-Old

Dr. Kendall Hansen, owner of 2011 juvenile champion and 2012 Kentucky Derby starter Hansen, has purchased Spendthrift Farm’s interest in a 2-year-old gelding that will be pointed for a Derby campaign next year. Let Me Go First, a son of Paddy O’Prado out of a Chief Seattle mare, is working towards a start in the Jerome […]

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Bloodlines: Tapit Line Proves Popular at November Sales

One of the strong currents swirling within the sales in Kentucky this month is the identity and assessment of future stars. Those peak performers are found not only in the sessions at Fasig-Tipton’s one-day auction or in Book 1 of Keeneland’s November sale, which runs through six books — good horses are found throughout the […]

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iStable presents the PR Special: Keeneland November Day 2

iStable brings us a second special print edition of the Paulick Report, available here and on the sales grounds at the Keeneland November Sale in Lexington, Ky. In this edition of the PR Special, Ray shares his perspective on covering the recent trial involving the disputed $2.1 million sale of Love Me Only at 2011 Keeneland November.  What […]

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Bloodlines: Breeders’ Cup Success for Overseas Buyers

In a weekend that included a number of wildly unexpected results, some of the biggest success stories from the Breeders’ Cup races on Friday and Saturday involved breeders and buyers overseas who purchased sires and dams closely connected to prominent players in the Breeders’ Cup races. The biggest coup of them all was the purchase […]

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First Foals by Champion Hansen to Be Offered at November Sales

Foals from the first crop of 2011 Eclipse champion Hansen will be offered at Kentucky’s November Thoroughbred sales, Kendall E. Hansen, M.D., announced Thursday. Hansen bred the nearly white champion colt and was majority owner during the horse’s racing career. He has entered one weanling in the Fasig-Tipton Select sale on Nov. 3 and six […]

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Champion Hansen to Stand in South Korea

Eclipse Award winner Hansen has been sold and will stand in South Korea, it was reported by the Blood-Horse Tuesday. Dr. Kendall Hansen, the former owner of the champion 2-year-old colt, confirmed the horse’s sale on Tuesday morning. “Hansen left for Korea today,” Hansen told the publication. “The government there is apparently going full-throttle trying to […]

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