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‘A Very Strong, Good-Bodied Foal’: First Foal Is A Colt For Champion Accelerate

The first foal by the five-time Grade 1-winning champion Accelerate has hit the ground. The colt was born Jan. 21 in Lexington, Ky. This is the first foal out of the Congrats mare, Sweet Congrats, who hails from the family of Woodbine Oaks victress Dixie Moon, as well as stakes winners Guy Caballero and Candybedandy. […]

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‘He Pays For Four Or Five Research Grants Per Year’: Quality Road’s Multi-Million Dollar Charitable Ties

A good presentation needs to grab the audience from the start, and when Dr. Michael Lewis speaks on behalf of the Edward P. Evans Foundation, the organization’s president has a proven way to get his hooks into them early. “I always use it as my introduction for our scientific meetings,” he said. “’I want to […]

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‘An Exceptionally Classy Foal’: First Foal Is A Filly For Champion West Coast

The first foal by champion 3-year-old West Coast has arrived. The filly out of young Harlan’s Holiday mare Harlee Honey was born at Elm Tree Farm in Paris, Ky. Harlee Honey is a half-sister to Grade 2 winner California Nectar. “She has a ton of quality, beautiful shape and head,” said Jody Huckabay of Elm […]

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Lane’s End Adds Four Select Seasons To TCA’s ‘Tis The Season Celebration

Lane’s End Farm has added no guarantee seasons to Candy Ride, Quality Road, City of Light, and Union Rags to the roster of stallion seasons offered at the 30th annual Thoroughbred Charities of America ‘Tis the Seasons Celebration presented by LNJ Foxwoods on Sunday, January 12 at 5:30 p.m. at Distillery Square in Lexington, Ky. […]

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Select Sales Agency Presents American Graded Stakes Standings: The Races To Fill Out The Podium

Following the rush of graded stakes races that occurred during and around the Breeders’ Cup in early November, the racing calendar eased off the gas pedal in the latter part of the month, and the very top of the American Graded Stakes Standings went practically unchanged. Without much activity at the very top of the […]

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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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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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Grade 2 Winner Catapult Sold To Stand In Turkey At Keeneland November Sale

Catapult, a multiple Grade 2 winner, will begin his stallion career in Turkey after dropping the hammer for $50,000 on Wednesday at the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale. The 6-year-old son of Kitten’s Joy sold as a stallion prospect to Arif Kurtel, a prominent owner and breeder in Turkey who races around the world. Bloodstock […]

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Weanlings By Constitution Highlight Monday’s Trade At Keeneland November Sale

Two weanlings by Constitution – a colt purchased for $150,000 and a filly sold for $145,000 – were the high sellers of Monday’s sixth session of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale.  Dailey Bloodstock purchased the session-topping colt, who is out of the winning Dixie Union mare Spikes and was consigned by James M. Herbener […]

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Take Charge Brandi Tops Keeneland November Sale’s Book 1 At $3.2-Million

Take Charge Brandi took command of the top spot at the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale on Wednesday with a final bid of $3.2 million, but life for the Eclipse Award winner after the sale is going to look a lot like life before she got on the trailer to leave the farm. The 7-year-old […]

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