Keeneland September

‘A Lovely Mind’: American Pharoah’s First Runner Comes Home A Winner At Naas

Just one day after Gleneagles made a perfect start to his stallion career, the first runner by US Triple Crown hero American Pharoah scored impressively over five furlongs at Naas. All eyes were on Monarch Of Egypt (American Pharoah – Up, by Galileo) for the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Race and it was no surprise […]

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Taylor Made Supporting Retired Racehorse Project Through Keeneland Bonus Proceeds

Taylor Made Sales, the world’s most successful Thoroughbred consignment agency, announced today that it is lending its support to the Retired Racehorse Project by sharing the Keeneland September Sale Bonus Program awards earned by their Bloodstock Investments IV pinhooking partnership graduates, including Grade 1 winner Improbable, who is scheduled to make his 2019 debut on […]

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Jeltrin Shocks Davona Dale Field At 51-1; Champion Jaywalk Fourth

ADR Racing Stable’s Jeltrin, the longest shot on the board at 51-1, shocked bettors in Saturday’s Grade 2 Davona Dale Stakes with a head victory over 13-1 Florida-bred sire stakes winner Cookie Dough. Meanwhile, the 1-5 favorite and defending champion Jaywalk finished off the board in fourth. Jeltrin, a 3-year-old daughter of Tapizar, covered one […]

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Cambier Parc Makes The Grade In Herecomesthebride

Larry Best’s Cambier Parc earned her first graded stakes win in Saturday’s G3 Herecomesthebride, delivering at odds of 4-5 for trainer Chad Brown and jockey Jose Ortiz. The 3-year-old daughter of Medaglia d’Oro covered 1 1/16 miles over Gulfstream Park’s firm turf course in 1:42.03 to hit the wire about three-quarters of a length better […]

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Recruiting Ready Proves Deserving Favorite In Gulfstream Park Sprint

Sagamore Farm’s Recruiting Ready was sent off as the 1-2 favorite in Saturday’s Grade 3 Gulfstream Park Sprint and delivered an easy three-length score under jockey Luis Saez. The 5-year-old son of Algorithms, trained by Stanley Hough, covered six furlongs over the fast main track in 1:09.53. It was the first victory in six career […]

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Hagyard’s Fallon: Civil Suit Without Merit, Radiographs Were Not Intentionally Destroyed

The following statement, authored by Hagyard Equine Medical Institute partner Dr. Luke Fallon, was provided to media Wednesday afternoon by Casey Bailey & Maines, attorneys representing Hagyard in a new civil suit in Fayette Circuit Court. The suit, centered on misdating of radiographs of Thoroughbreds at public auction, was brought by Illinois-based owner/trainer Tom Swearingen. […]

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Gunmetal Gray Shoots By The Field For Sham Victory; Favored Coliseum Off The Board

West Point Thoroughbreds, Pearl Racing and Hollendorfer LLC’s Gunmetal Gray posted the 7-2 upset in Saturday’s Grade 3 Sham Stakes, coming from the rear of the field to pass all six of his sophomore rivals in the stretch and complete one mile over Santa Anita’s fast track in 1:38.96. Ridden by Mike Smith for fellow […]

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Competitionofideas Circles Field For First Black Type Score In American Oaks

Making her first start in graded stakes company, Seth Klarman’s Competitionofideas circled her seven rivals en route to a dominant score in Saturday’s Grade 1 American Oaks at Santa Anita Park. The 3-year-old daughter of Speightstown, ridden by Joel Rosario for trainer Chad Brown, was sent off at odds of 5-1 off a third-place effort […]

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‘Tremendous Athlete’ Tom’s d’Etat Makes Added-Money Debut In Tenacious

When one thinks of Al Stall Jr., and the top horses he’s trained during a stellar 27-year career, Grade I Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Blame and champion Louisiana-bred Star Guitar immediately come to mind, but when it comes raw talent, the veteran conditioner believes Tom’s d’Etat, who will be making his added-money debut less than […]

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Marley’s Freedom Battles To Go For Wand Victory

Cicero Farms’ Marley’s Freedom was the heavy 1-2 favorite in Saturday’s G3 Go For Wand Handicap, but she and jockey Mike Smith had to work hard to hit the wire a neck ahead of 9-1 chance Come Dancing. Trained by Bob Baffert, the 4-year-old daughter of Blame covered one mile over Aqueduct’s fast main track […]

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