Jeremy Noseda

Classic-Winning Trainer Noseda Announces Retirement At 55

Multiple Grade/Group 1-winning trainer Jeremy Noseda stunned the racing world this week when he announced his retirement from training at the age of 55. “The time is right for me to walk away,” a tweet from Noseda’s account read Thursday. “I will be leaving the sport with a smile on my face and with a […]

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‘Minor Setback’: Gronkowski Misses Scheduled Breeze, Jim Dandy Not Ruled Out

Belmont Stakes runner-up Gronkowski has been aiming for the G2 Jim Dandy Stakes at Saratoga on July 28, but a missed breeze this weekend could interfere with those plans, reports drf.com. Owned by Phoenix Thoroughbreds, the 3-year-old son of Lonhro most recently breezed a half-mile in :49.24 at Belmont Park on June 23. “Gronkowski had […]

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Report: Noseda-Trained Walk In The Sun Tested Positive For Cocaine

According to a story in The Guardian, the horse Walk In The Sun, trained at the time by Jeremy Noseda, tested positive for a metabolite of cocaine in February after winning a race at Lingfield. The Guardian confirmed as fact the post-race result on the unbeaten 3-year-old after rumors had been swirling around Newmarket about […]

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Brown: Belmont Possible Gronkowski Could Be ‘A Really Good Racehorse’

Phoenix Thoroughbred Limited’s Gronkowski put in his first official work since arriving in the United States, breezing four furlongs in 47.99 seconds on Belmont Park’s main track Saturday morning as he readies for the Grade 1, $1.5 million Belmont Stakes on Saturday, June 9. Chad Brown, who took over training duties for the Lonhro colt from European-based trainer Jeremy […]

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Phoenix Thoroughbreds Transfers Its Horses From Jeremy Noseda; Gronkowski Sent To Chad Brown

Newmarket-based trainer Jeremy Noseda expressed shock Tuesday morning after being notified that one-time Kentucky Derby candidate Gronkowski and other horses owned by the Dubai-based Phoenix Thoroughbreds were being taken from his Shalfleet training yard. “The Phoenix-owned horses have left Shalfleet,” Noseda said in a post on Twitter. “I am shocked and surprised by their decision. […]

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Fever Officially Rules Gronkowski Out Of Kentucky Derby; Instilled Regard In

Phoenix Thoroughbreds’ Kentucky Derby hopeful Gronkowski has incurred a slight infection and will not be able make the international journey to America and participate as scheduled in the Run for the Roses. The three-year-old son of Lonhro spiked a fever over the weekend and was immediately treated with antibiotics. While the sudden illness seems minor […]

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Gronkowski’s Derby Hopes In Doubt After ‘Minor Setback’

Kentucky Derby hopeful Gronkowski was expected to ship to the United States from Europe later this week but trainer Jeremy Noseda said a “minor setback” has compromised his chances of participating in the race. “We will know where we are in the next 24 hours,” Noseda told the Racing Post Monday. Gronkowski qualified for the […]

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NFL Star Gronkowski Partners With Phoenix Thoroughbreds On Derby Hopeful

Rob Gronkowski, tight end for the New England Patriots, announced Wednesday he has reached a deal with Phoenix Thoroughbreds to buy into the racehorse that shares his name. Gronkowski (the horse) is pointing to the Kentucky Derby off a win in the Burradon at Newcastle as part of the European Road to the Kentucky Derby. […]

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Noseda: ‘Pretty Confident’ Gronkowski Will Handle Dirt At Churchill Downs

Jeremy Noseda’s exciting colt Gronkowski will head to America next for the Grade 1 Kentucky Derby after a fantastic start to the season. Purchased at last year’s Tattersalls Craven Breeze Up Sale for 300,000 guineas by agent Kerri Radcliffe from Lynn Lodge Stud, the handsome son of Lonhro owned by Phoenix Thoroughbreds Limited is unbeaten in four […]

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Gronkowski Bound For U.S. Prep After Derby Points Victory At Kempton

After Kentucky Derby contender Gronkowski earned 20 points and his third consecutive win Wednesday in Great Britain, trainer Jeremy Noseda indicated the colt would likely next be seen in either the Blue Grass Stakes at Keeneland or the Wood Memorial at Aqueduct. Gronkowski was the odds-on favorite in Wednesday’s $67,000 Road to the Kentucky Derby […]

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