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Grade 2 Winner Neck ‘N Neck Dies In Indiana

Neck ‘n Neck, a Grade 2 winner whose stallion career was just getting started, was euthanized after suffering an “irreparable leg injury,” BloodHorse reports. The 10-year-old Flower Alley horse entered stud this year at Breakway Farm in Dillsboro, Ind. Neck ‘n Neck was a well-traveled campaigner during his on-track career, winning six of 45 starts […]

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Indiana Stallion Roster Grows Heading Into 2019 Breeding Season

New stallions to the Indiana Thoroughbred Breed Development Program are making headlines already, with breeding season just months away. Grade 1 winner I Want Revenge is now calling the Indiana Stallion Station in Anderson, Ind., home. Purchased by Jeff and Suzy Jeans from the November Keeneland Sale earlier this month, the Stephen Got Even stallion […]

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Texas Chrome Takes On Nine Challengers In $200,000 Downs At Albuquerque Handicap

Keene Thoroughbreds’ Texas Chrome, Thoroughbred racing’s newest millionaire, drew the rail post for Saturday’s 1 1/8-mile, $200,000 Downs at Albuquerque Handicap at Albuquerque Downs. The Downs at Albuquerque Handicap is the track’s signature race for Thoroughbreds. The purse of the stakes was $150,000 in 2015 and has been increased in $25,000 increments every year since. […]

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Turco Bravo Victorious In Flat Out In 50th Career Start

Turco Bravo slipped through an opening on the rail and went onto a 1 ΒΌ-length victory over favored Securitiz to take Sunday’s inaugural running of the $100,000 Flat Out at Belmont Park in his 50th career start. The 7-year-old Chilean gelding enjoyed a ground-saving trip under Javier Castellano in the 1 3/8-mile race, tucking in […]

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Neck ‘N Neck Edges Majestic Harbor In Greenwood Cup

Sitting just off pace-setting Majestic Harbor, Neck ‘n Neck slowly wore down his rival in the final stages of the race to pull ahead for a victory in Monday’s Grade 3, $200,000 Greenwood Cup at Parx Racing. It was the first win for Neck ‘n Neck in nearly three years; the Ian Wilkes trainee was […]

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Bay Of Plenty Cruises To Front-Running Alydar Victory

Godolphin Racing’s Bay of Plenty took command early and left his competition behind, winning comfortably in Sunday’s $100,000 Alydar Stakes at Saratoga. Favored Palace Malice, midpack early, made a strong move on the far turn but wound up finishing fourth. Guided to the early lead by jockey Joel Rosario, Bay of Plenty ran the first […]

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Palace Malice Returns In The Alydar Stakes At Saratoga

Set to make his first start since May, multiple Grade 1 winner Palace Malice will headline the $100,000 Alydar at 1 1/8 miles for older horses on Sunday at Saratoga Race Course. Trained by Todd Pletcher for Dogwood Stable and Three Chimneys Farm, the 5-year-old son of Curlin makes his return to the races after […]

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Owner/Breeder Miles Dies At 85

A. Stevens Miles Jr., a banking executive as well as a Thoroughbred owner and breeder for more than three decades, died April 29 in Louisville at the age of 85. According to The Blood-Horse, among Miles’ best horses were G1 winner Warrior’s Reward, who was a leading freshman sire last year, and G1-placed Neck ‘N […]

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Honor Code Heads Field Of 10 For Alysheba Stakes

Lane’s End Racing and Dell Ridge Farm’s Honor Code’s long-awaited Churchill Downs debut in the 12th running of the $400,000 Alysheba (GII) and an evenly matched field of nine fillies and mares in the 30th running of the $300,000 La Troienne (GI), highlight a stellar 12-race Kentucky Oaks Day card Friday. Highlighted by the 141st […]

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