Keeper Hill

Keeneland April Two-Year-Olds In Training Sale Set For April 9, 2019

Keeneland officials announced that the 2019 April Two-Year-Olds in Training Sale will be held Tuesday, April 9. The Preview Day, which will offer breezes over both the main dirt track and turf course, will be held Monday, April 8. “Keeneland looks forward to the return of the April Sale, and we anticipate we will see several 2018 […]

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Keeper Hill, 1998 Kentucky Oaks Winner, Dies At 20

Mill Ridge Farm regretfully announces the death of Keeper Hill on Friday, Nov. 20. Winner of the 1998 Kentucky Oaks (G1), Keeper Hill was bred in Kentucky by Chadds Ford Stable, in partnership with owners Mill Ridge Farm, Dr. John Chandler, JAMM Ltd., and Shug McGaughey. By Deputy Minister out of the Lypheor mare Fineza, […]

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Keep Up to Stand at Mill Ridge

Headley Bell, Managing Partner of Mill Ridge Farm announces that KEEP UP will retire from racing and begin his stud career at Mill Ridge. Keep Up is a regally bred son of Unbridled’s Song, out of Kentucky Oaks (G1) winner and earner of over $1.6 million, Keeper Hill, by Deputy Minister, and is inbred to […]

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The Weekender Pedigree: When the Story Matters

Horses and stories go together. So it’s natural that most of the stallion prospects coming to Kentucky would have a back story. These range from the homespun charm of General Quarters, who was owned and trained by former educator Tom McCarthy, to the historic significance of Orb, who became the first Kentucky Derby winner for […]

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A WINNER…BUT NOT AT ALL COSTS

By Ray Paulick I had always been intimidated by trainer Bobby Frankel until I had the opportunity to spend some time with him in Tokyo in 2001 when he sent Amerman Racing Stable’s Lido Palace there for the second running of the Japan Cup Dirt. With just that one horse to care for in Japan, […]

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