Kenneth and Sarah Ramsey

Beschizza Rallies Faraway Kitten To American Derby Triumph

Kenneth and Sarah Ramsey’s homebred Faraway Kitten, eligible to be claimed for $50,000 three starts back, rallied under Adam Beschizza to win Saturday’s Grade 3 American Derby at Arlington Park, the last of three graded stakes on the Arlington Million Preview Day program at the suburban Chicago racetrack. Trained by Mike Maker, the 3-year-old colt […]

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Maker, Ward In Tie For Turfway Training Title; Ramseys Leading Owner For 15th Time

When Red Hot Kitten crossed the wire a neck to the good in Turfway Park’s last race on New Year’s Eve, the final day of the 2018 holiday meet at the northern Kentucky track, Mike Maker claimed sole possession of the record for training titles at the Northern Kentucky track with 21. Maker had been […]

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Kentucky Downs Sets New Marks For Wagering, Purses, Field Size

Kentucky Downs smashed its handle record for the sixth straight year, with a total of $36,421,722 wagered on the five-date meet. All-sources betting of $7,021,553 on Thursday was a record for the closing card. The total tops by 20 percent last year’s $30,246,888. Consider that Kentucky Downs set a betting record in 2013 of $12,814,891. […]

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‘Dream Weekend’ In Store For Ramseys, Maker At Woodbine?

The well-travelled Gianna’s Dream, trained by Mike Maker and owned by Jordan Wycoff, will get her first test on Canadian turf in Saturday’s $175,000 Grade 2 Nassau Stakes at Woodbine. A lifetime winner of nine races from 20 starts, the five-year-old daughter of Twirling Candy will look for a sweeter result than her past two […]

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Pletcher, Saez Earn Repeat Titles At Gulfstream’s Championship Meet

Trainer Todd Pletcher and jockey Luis Saez successfully defended their respective titles, easily outdistancing their peers during the 2017-2018 Championship Meet at Gulfstream Park. Entering Sunday’s final card of the Championship Meet, Pletcher had saddled 67 winners, including Saturday’s $1 million Xpressbet.com Florida Derby (G1) hero Audible, to claim an unprecedented 15th straight trainer’s title. “We’ve been blessed. To sustain […]

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Oscar Nominated On Marquee For Tropical Park Derby

Ken and Sarah Ramsey’s Oscar Nominated is set to finish off a most productive 2016 campaign Saturday at Gulfstream Park with a start in the $75,000 Tropical Park Derby, a 1 1/16-mile turf event for 3-year-olds. The Michael Maker-trained ridgling has amassed nearly $600,000 during a sophomore campaign that included three stakes triumphs, as well as […]

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Queen’s Plate Winner Sir Dudley Digges Heads Woodchopper Field At Fair Grounds

Kenneth and Sarah Ramsey’s Canadian classic winner Sir Dudley Digges will attempt to return to the winner’s circle for the first time since annexing the $1 million Queen’s Plate – the first leg of the Canadian Triple Crown – when the son of Gio Ponti goes to post as the horse to beat in the 31st renewal of […]

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Kentucky Downs: Ramseys, Maker, Geroux Take Top Honors For 2016 Meet

Owners Ken and Sarah Ramsey, trainer Mike Maker and jockey Florent Geroux all clinched repeat titles in their respective categories for the 2016 Kentucky Downs meeting that ended today. This marks the fourth consecutive title at Kentucky Downs for the Ramseys. Ken and Sarah Ramsey finished the season with six wins, triple their nearest competitors. […]

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Stephanie’s Kitten Sold Privately To Japan

According to The Blood-Horse, Ken and Sarah Ramsey struck a deal today regarding the mare Stephanie’s Kitten with Northern Farm of Japan, owned by the Yoshida family.  The Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf Champion was sold privately for $2.8 million after being bought back for $2.95 million the previous evening at the Fasig-Tipton November […]

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Big Blue Kitten Takes United Nations With Assist From ‘Rabbit’

Kenneth and Sarah Ramsey’s Big Blue Kitten, often stymied by a slow pace, got the perfect set-up to make his powerful stretch run a winning one in Sunday’s $500,000 Grade 1 United Nations at Monmouth Park. Slumber finished 1 1/2 lengths back in second, with Twilight Eclipse third and Shining Copper – recently claimed by the […]

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