Havre de Grace

Ramón Domínguez Exaltado Al Muro De La Fama De Delaware Park

El venezolano Ramón Domínguez, quien fue la figura dominante en las estadísticas de jinetes por casi una década, ha sido exaltado al Muro de la Fama de Delaware Park, uniéndose así a otras seis leyendas del látigo. “Su carrera merecedora del Salón de la Fama es un sinónimo de Delaware Park,” dijo Bill Fasy, Presidente […]

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Songbird Luce Demasiado Grande Ante Cinco Rivales En El Delaware Handicap

La doble campeona Songbird, propiedad de Rick Porter (Fox Hill Farm), encabeza la octogésima edición del Delaware Handicap (G1, $750,000) en Delaware Park este sábado 15. Luego de haber sido derrotado en 2001 y luego en 2011, Porter estará buscando su primer triunfo en la carrera más importante del año en el estado al cual […]

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Gabriel Saez Rides 1,000th Winner At Fair Grounds

Jockey Gabriel Saez achieved a milestone on Saturday when the newly turned 29-year-old Panama City, Panama, native earned his 1,000th career victory when  I Hope won the eighth race at Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots. A graduate of the Laffit Pincay Jockey Training Academy in his native country, Saez began riding professionally on Dec. […]

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Baffled, Dam Of Constitution, Tops Fasig-Tipton November Sale For $3.5 Million; Arrogate Dam $4.7 Million RNA

Fasig-Tipton concluded its annual November Sale on Monday night with significant increases across the board. Its gross sales of $53,652,000 jumped 22.9 percent over the 2015 auction, while the average price of $616,690 was up 29.9 percent. The median price of $375,000 rose a staggering 59.6 percent. The percentage of horses failing to attain their […]

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American Pharoah Halter Featured Among Many In Online Charity Auction

A halter worn by racing’s first-ever grand slam winner American Pharoah is among the largest group of worn halters ever assembled for auction. Thursday’s Child and Our Mims Retirement Haven have joined forces to benefit both foster children and retired racehorses. The online auction of memorabilia will be hosted on Starequine.com, the Lexington-based online Thoroughbred […]

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Keeneland System For Reserve Bids Designed With Checks And Balances

When the first colt out of multiple Eclipse champion Havre de Grace failed to sell this week for a final bid of $1.9 million at Keeneland September due to an erroneous reserve, many observers wondered where in the sale process such a costly error might have occurred. Breeder Mandy Pope told media on Tuesday that […]

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‘I Was Distraught’: Havre De Grace Yearling ‘Still For Sale’ After Seven-Figure Reserve Mix-Up

The highly-anticipated sale of the first colt out of Horse of the Year Havre De Grace at the Keeneland September Yearling Sale did not go as planned on Tuesday for breeder Mandy Pope of Whisper Hill Farm and consignor Timber Town Stables. The hammer dropped on the son of War Front at $1.9 million, which would […]

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I’m A Chatterbox Will Prep For Delaware Handicap In Saturday’s Obeah Stakes

Carolyn and Fletcher Gray’s I’m a Chatterbox tops the $100,000 Obeah Stakes, at Delaware Park this Saturday, June 11.  The mile and an eighth affair is the local prep for the filly and summer classic – the mile and a quarter $750,000 Grade I Delaware Handicap planned for Saturday, July 16. Locally-owned by Jane and […]

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Larry Jones Saddles 1,000th Winner: ‘An Overnight 32-Year Success’

Trainer J. Larry Jones reached a career milestone on Saturday, winning his 1,000th race when 3-year-old He’ll Pay captured the listed Rushaway Stakes at Turfway Park for for co-breeder and owner Brereton C. Jones. The Haynesfield colt drew away from the field to win by open lengths at odds of 12-1. The multiple graded stakes-winning […]

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Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: McGreevy And Porter In Perfect Pitch With Songbird

“I’ve watched a lot of races, and you know it when you see something special. Every time she runs, you see something special.” That was bloodstock agent Tom McGreevy speaking of Songbird, the unbeaten 2-year-old filly by Medaglia d’Oro who won Saturday’s Grade 1 Chandelier Stakes at Santa Anita Park by 4 ½ lengths. McGreevy […]

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