Mineshaft

Sir Anthony Gives Trainer First Win Of 2019 In Cornhusker Upset

Richard Otto’s homebred Sir Anthony was an 8-1 surprise in Friday’s G3 Cornhusker Handicap at Prairie Meadows, closing from well off the early pace to score by a half-length on the wire. Ridden by Pedro Cotto, Jr., the 4-year-old Mineshaft ridgling covered nine furlongs over the fast main track in 1:48.98. The Cornhusker was the […]

Continue reading
Whitmore Takes On Catalina Cruiser In True North Stakes

Grade 1-winner Whitmore and the returning Catalina Cruiser headline Friday’s Grade 2, $250,000 True North, a 6 ½-furlong sprint for 4-year-olds and upward at Belmont Park. Trained by Ron Moquett for owners Robert LaPenta, Southern Springs Stables and Head of Plains Partners, Whitmore broke through at the Grade 1 level in August at Saratoga Race […]

Continue reading
Ours To Run Defends Her Title On Louisiana Legends Night At Evangeline

Evangeline Downs hosted its annual celebration of the Louisiana-bred Thoroughbred on Saturday night with Louisiana Legends Night. There were eight stakes races with purses totaling $550,000, making it the richest night of the entire Thoroughbred season. The first stakes race of the evening featured a returning champion in Ours to Run, who defended her victory […]

Continue reading
$17,000 Purchase Our Super Freak May ‘Take A Shot’ In 95th Black-Eyed Susan Stakes

Our Super Freak, second or third in five consecutive stakes dating back to last fall, may get her chance at that elusive stakes victory in the 95th running of the $250,000 Xpressbet Black-Eyed Susan (G2) at legendary Pimlico Race Course. Owner and trainer Jamie Ness, who races his own horses as Jagger Inc., named for […]

Continue reading
‘He’s Still Got A Whole Lot Of Spunk In Him’: A.P. Indy Turns 30

There’s not much about A.P. Indy’s three decades of life that hasn’t been thoroughly documented. When a horse sells for $2.9 million as a yearling, wins a Triple Crown race, a Breeders’ Cup Classic, and a Horse of the Year title, then becomes a breed-shaping stallion, people tend to take notice. What’s almost as impressive […]

Continue reading
Silver Dust Puts It All Together For Mineshaft Victory; Harlan Punch Vanned Off

The notoriously difficult-to-handle Silver Dust finally seems to have mostly figured out what to do in the afternoons; despite acting up in the gate, the gelded 5-year-old son of Tapit captured Saturday’s G3 Mineshaft Handicap by 2 1/4 lengths at odds of 5-1. The victory was the first graded win for both the horse and […]

Continue reading
‘Competitive’ Quip To Take On Lone Sailor In Saturday’s Mineshaft

Grade II winner Quip is set for his 4-year-old debut in the Grade III $150,000 Mineshaft Handicap on Saturday, February 16, where he will break from the outside in the 13-horse field. Owned by WinStar Farm, China Horse Club and SF Racing, the son of Distorted Humor has not raced since finishing a well beaten […]

Continue reading
Sir Anthony Takes The Inside Route To Upset Audible In Harlan’s Holiday

Richard Otto’s homebred Sir Anthony provided a stunning 25-1 upset in Saturday’s Grade 3 Harlan’s Holiday Stakes, given a beautiful ride by Brian Hernandez, Jr. to slip through a seam at the rail and upset the 1-9 favorite Audible by a neck on the wire. It was the first graded stakes win for the 3-year-old […]

Continue reading
Gradys Lead Keeneland November Session With $235,000 Daughter Of Tapit

Brad and Misty Grady purchased the 4-year-old Tapit mare K J Warrior in foal to Kantharos for $235,000 to lead Saturday’s sixth session of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale. The Gradys, who also bought the Empire Maker mare Archangelus for $120,000 and the Mineshaft mare Daring Prospect for $42,000, were the session’s leading buyers […]

Continue reading
Lane’s End Releases 2019 Fees, Led By Quality Road At $150,000

Lane’s End has released the advertised fees for its 2019 stallion roster, led by Quality Road at $150,000. The 12-year-old son of Elusive Quality heads up an 18-horse roster at the Versailles, Ky., farm. He stood the previous season for $70,000, and has been led in 2018 by runners including Grade 1 winners City of […]

Continue reading
Twitter Twitter
Paulick Report on Instagram