Keeneland

Lost and Found Presented By Horseware: Former Jockey Sellers Still ‘In The Game’ With New Farm Role

Former jockey Shane Sellers’ daily routine is far different than his previous lifestyle, yet he’s only 15 miles from Keeneland where he had some of his most successful moments on the track. In a career that closed in 2013 after 30 years, counting a five-year premature retirement, Sellers won 4,393 races. His mounts, including Hall […]

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View From The Eighth Pole: Lessons From The Past About Toothless Tigers And Herding Cats

Twenty-five years ago, Brian McGrath was introduced during a luncheon at the 21 Club in midtown Manhattan as horse racing’s first “commissioner.” Well, maybe not the commissioner for all of horse racing – just for the racetracks who were members of Thoroughbred Racing Associations, which had hired him. McGrath had no juice with regulatory bodies, […]

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Kentucky Derby Consignor Standings Presented By Keeneland: Storm The Court Leads The Early Charge

Storm the Court scored a massive upset on the track and at the betting windows when he won the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile at Santa Anita Park at odds of 45-1. However, the colt is no stranger to defying what’s expected of him, often resulting in rousing success. The Court Vision colt has earned 22 qualifying […]

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‘Satisfied With The Outcomes’: Keeneland November Sale Closes On Steady Footing

As the biggest North American marketplace for the youngest Thoroughbreds and for the producers of generations to come, the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale was poised to be a key referendum on the future of the industry in the eyes and pocketbooks of its own members during a most unstable time. If confidence in the […]

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Mr. Monomoy, Half-Brother To Champion Monomoy Girl, Breaks His Maiden At Churchill

In his second career start, 2-year-old Mr. Monomoy delivered on his pedigree’s promise with a 5 1/2-length victory over maiden special weight company at Churchill Downs. The half-brother to champion Monomoy Girl ran 6 1/2 furlongs over the fast main track in 1:17.57 for trainer Brad Cox and jockey Florent Geroux. A son of Palace […]

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Daughter Of Oaks Winner Tops Penultimate Session Of Keeneland November Sale

Q Bee, a winning daughter of Quality Road in foal to Keen Ice, sold to Arif Kurtel for $57,000 to lead Saturday’s 11th of 12 sessions of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale. Mill Ridge Sales, agent, consigned Q Bee, a 6-year-old mare whose dam is Kentucky Oaks (G1) winner Pike Place Dancer, by Seattle […]

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Archaggelos, Half-Brother To Big Brown, Sold To Try Steeplechasing At Keeneland November Sale

Archaggelos, a Grade 3-winning half-brother to champion Big Brown, will continue his racing career over the jumps after selling to Virginia-based clients of bloodstock agent Elise Kendall for $20,000 on Friday at the Keeneland November Breeding Stock sale. The 4-year-old son of Temple City raced as a homebred for Monticule prior to the sale, winning […]

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Cumulative Sales At Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale Surpass 2018 Total With Two Remaining Days

On Friday, the 10th of 12 sessions of the 2019 Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale, cumulative sales reached $198,257,400 to exceed the total gross of $197,851,300 from the 2018 November Sale, which also covered 12 days. To date this year, 2,370 horses have sold, for an average of $83,653 and a median of $31,000. At […]

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Dam Of Recent Grade 2 Winner Mo Forza Sells For $170,000 Thursday At Keeneland November Sale

Glen Hill Farm paid $170,000 for Inflamed, whose son Mo Forza won the Grade 2 Qatar Twilight Derby on Nov. 2 at Santa Anita, to record the highest price of Thursday’s ninth session of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale. Paramount Sales, agent, consigned Inflamed, a 9-year-old daughter of Unusual Heat in foal to Tapiture. […]

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Grade 3 Winner New York Central Sells For $240,000 To Top Wednesday At Keeneland November Sale

Horses of racing age led a strong market during Wednesday’s eighth session of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale as Grade 3 winner New York Central, a 4-year-old son of Tapit, sold to Khalid Mishref for $240,000. WinStar Racing, agent, consigned New York Central, an earner of $335,310 whose four wins include the 2019 Grade […]

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