Make Music for Me

Make Music For Me Sells To Nicks Farm In Indiana For $1,000

Make Music For Me, who finished fourth in the 2010 Kentucky Derby, sold to Nicks Farm in Sellersburg, Ind., for $1,000 on Thursday at the Keeneland January Horses of All Ages Sale. William Austin Nicks, who signed the ticket on the 12-year-old son of Bernstein said initial plans were to re-sell the stallion – something […]

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Make Music for Me, World Renowned to Stand in CA

Brazeau Thoroughbred Farms in Hemet, California, has announced the addition of two new stallions for 2014. Multiple-graded stakes placed Make Music for Me and winner World Renowned will join the stallions Stormy Jack, Strike For Glory, Fullbridled, and Best Minister on the 2014 roster. Stud fees will be determined at a later date. Make Music […]

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Game On Dude comes out the winner in Native Diver

Game On Dude rebounded from a poor performance in the Breeders’ Cup Classic Nov. 3, winning the $242,500 Native Diver Stakes – Presented by the Oak Tree Racing Association – Saturday at Betfair Hollywood Park. The 10th lifetime victory for the 3-10 favorite did not come easy. The 5-year-old Awesome Again gelding was challenged by […]

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The Brock Talk: Where do we go now?

Three weeks before the Derby, where do things stand for year’s run for the roses? How does the entry of Master of Hounds affect the field and who may not have the opportunity to run in the field due to the European invader’s appearance? Will the $250,000 projected minimum in graded stakes earnings stay firm […]

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American World Cup team lands in Dubai

Press Release The American-based team of 13 top horses set to compete on the $26-million Dubai World Cup (G1) program on March 26 landed safely in Dubai around 7:15 local time on Wednesday evening and were transported to Meydan and settled in their stalls within about an hour. Jim Cornes, who oversees the international stables […]

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Sindey’s Candy the one to beat in Sir Beaufort

Perhaps no horse has had a more interesting arch to the 2011 season than Sidney’s Candy who began the year as a Derby contender and ended it as a turf miler. He will be capping off the season with a run in the Sir Beaufort where he is likely to be the overwhelming favorite at […]

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PAULICK BELMONT INDEX brought to you by Vinery LTD: RACING AND BASKETBALL

In our last week of three-year-old Triple Crown polls, there is little movement in our top ten. One newcomer to Paulick Belmont Index brought to you by Vinery LTD, Todd Pletcher-trained Interactif, debuts at 9. Additionally, Dave In Dixie makes his first PBI entry in 13th place. We would like to take this opportunity […]

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PAULICK BELMONT INDEX brought to you by Vinery LTD: DEFINING GREATNESS

Despite several defections from last week’s projected field, our voters kept the top three of Ice Box, First Dude and Fly Down in order. Dublin’s departure (previously ranked sixth) means that no horse will run in all three Triple Crown races since 2001. And Setsuko ankle inflammation kept what many thought would be a […]

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PAULICK BELMONT INDEX brought to you Vinery LTD: A SPLIT PERSONALITY

And then there were 18…voters that is. The Paulick Preakness Index has closed but we will be offering the Paulick Belmont Index between now and June 5 when the third leg of the 2010 Triple Crown runs at Belmont Park. Rather predictably, Ice Box leads the poll after his strong finish in the […]

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PAULICK PREAKNESS INDEX brought to you by Vinery LTD: THROW OUT THE DERBY

With just a few days till Saturday’s Preakness, our voters have predictably picked Kentucky Derby winner Super Saver as the favorite to win the second leg of the Triple Crown. Lookin at Lucky picked up a few first place votes and strengthened his footing as second choice once trainer Bob Baffert all but assured […]

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