The Lane’s End Weekender Pedigree: Dialed In

Now the winner in three of his four starts, including Sunday’s Grade 1 Florida Derby at Gulfstream Park, Dialed In has risen from winner of a maiden special to G1 victor in three quick steps. The colt’s rise has been so precipitous that trainer Nick Zito seemed almost apologetic for raising the colt so quickly […]

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Mineshaft recovering from colic surgery

Press Release Mineshaft, one of Lane’s End’s top young sires, is recovering from colic surgery performed yesterday evening at Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky. His surgery was for a volvulus, a bowel obstruction; however, he suffered no blood loss to his intestine. He was bright and alert today and is expected to […]

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Drosselmeyer not running in World Cup

After missing six days of training due to illness earlier this month, trainer Bill Mott had to scratch Drosselmeyer from the Mineshaft at Fair Grounds. This delay cost the Belmont winner a chance to travel to Dubai. “He worked this morning and I’m very happy with it, but we’re not going to the World Cup,” […]

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Cool Coal Man a welcome addition to Hartley/De Renzo

Hartley/De Renzo Thoroughbreds is adding a new prospect for the 2011 breeding season in multiple stakes winner Cool Coal Man. A son of Mineshaft, he will try his best to continue the line of his grandsire A.P. Indy in Florida.

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To race or not to race, Dialed In’s dilemma

After a dominating turn of foot in the Holy Bull this past weekend, the Thoroughbred world is a buzz regarding Mineshaft’s son Dialed In. But what will trainer Nick Zito do with him next? Race him only in the Florida Derby and risk inexperience or give him a run in another race before that (Fountain […]

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The Lane’s End Weekender Pedigree: Holy Bull Came Up ‘Indy’

Everywhere you look, it’s coming up Indys. And at Gulfstream Park on Sunday, the first two places in the Grade 3 Holy Bull Stakes were filled by Dialed In (by Mineshaft) and Sweet Ducky (Pulpit). Both are grandsons of classic winner and champion A.P. Indy, the 22-year-old son of Seattle Slew and the Secretariat mare […]

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Discreetly Mine to stand at Lane’s End

Press Release DISCREETLY MINE, one of the nation’s top middle-distance runners this year and wire-to-wire winner of the Grade 1 King’s Bishop Stakes at Saratoga, has been retired from racing and will enter stud in 2011 at Will Farish’s Lane’s End Farm.   Bred by the late E. Paul Robsham and raced under the name […]

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King’s Bishop winner Discreetly Mine retired

Discreetly Mine, who made the transition from 2010 Kentucky Derby contender in the winter and spring to ace sprinter during the summer, has been retired following a veterinary diagnosis that determined it was not in the Mineshaft colt’s best interests to return to training after suffering a stifle injury in October that kept him out […]

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Quality Road to Stand for $35,000; Lane’s End Sets 2011 Stud Fees

Lane’s End has established a $35,000 live foal stud fee, payable when the foal stands and nurses, for multiple Grade 1 winner Quality Road, whose career ended on a disappointing note when last of 12 runners in the $5-million Breeders’ Cup Classic on Nov. 6. The fee for the 4-year-old son of Elusive Quality–Kobla, by […]

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