Zoetis Presents Bloodlines: A.P. Indy’s Tapestry Of Winners

While doing some work in a stall at Lane’s End Farm, the new groom thought he heard a deep rumble coming from a nearby stall. After the third occurrence, he stuck his head out, looked up and down the broad aisle. A fellow stallion groom was sweeping an errant piece of straw back into a […]

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Lane’s End Announces Stud Fees; Honor Code, Liam’s Map New For 2016

Multiple Grade 1 winners Honor Code and Liam’s Map will be joining the stallion roster for 2016 at Lane’s End Farm, as the farm released its list of stud fees for the upcoming season. Honor Code, winner of both the G1 Met Mile and G1 Whitney, will enter stud at $40,000. Liam’s Map, who captured […]

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Effinex Edges Tonalist In Suburban

Tri-Bone Stables Effinex posted the biggest victory of his career on Saturday’s Stars and Stripes Festival program at Belmont Park, edging 2014 Belmont Stakes winner Tonalist by a head under Junior Alvarado in the 129th running of the $500,000, Grade 2 Suburban Handicap. Coach Inge finished third, with Neck ‘n Neck fourth, Mylute fifth and Street Babe […]

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Noonmark Son Works Quarter In :20 2/5 In Final OBS Under Tack Session

Hip No. 509, Bernie’s Prize, a son of Noonmark consigned by Eddie Woods, Agent, turned in the sale’s fastest quarter mile breeze, stopping the timer in :20 2/5 at the third and final session of the Under Tack Show for the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Company’s 2015 March Sale of Two Year Olds in Training. The […]

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Mineshaft Colt Tops OBS Spring Sale Opener

Hip No. 218, a son of Mineshaft consigned by Eisaman Equine, Agent, was sold to Frank Fletcher Racing LLC for $550,000 to top the first session of the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Company’s 2014 Spring Sale of Two-Year-Olds in Training. The chestnut colt, who worked an Under Tack Show eighth in :10 1/5, is out of […]

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Herald-Leader: Lane’s End gives credit to Lassie Dear

When it comes to the success of a farm, and a stallion, Lane’s End’s Bill Farish realizes that both the stallion and the mare are equally important in the equation. “Can’t have one without the other,” Farish told the Lexington Herald-Leader. “Can’t say one is more important than the other. … I don’t think the […]

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Nates Mineshaft wires Lone Star Park Handicap

Nates Mineshaft, who could have been claimed for $25,000 at Fair Grounds in New Orleans last December, scored his third graded stakes victory of 2012, going wire to wire under jockey Jesse Campbell to win the Grade 3 Lone Star Park Handicap at Lone Star Park on Monday. Get in Da House finished second, with […]

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It’s Tricky proves best in Distaff

It’s Tricky might have given her backers a little bit of a scare when jockey Eddie Castro went to the whip on the turn for home and she didn’t immediately move to the lead, but the daughter of Mineshaft wore down the front runners in the final three-sixteenths to get a 3 1/2-length victory under […]

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It’s Tricky starts 2012 campaign with Top Flight win

It’s Tricky, winner of the 2011 Grade 1 duo of the Acorn Stakes and Coaching Club American Oaks, made a winning return to the races in the G2 Top Flight Handicap at Aqueduct on Saturday, tracking front-running Love and Pride into the stretch, and then wearing down the A.P. Indy filly to win by 2 […]

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