Paddy O’Prado

Prince Earl Surprises In Del Mar Mile

Unraced since last December, Prince Earl made an auspicious return to competition Sunday with a sparkling come-from-behind victory in the featured Grade II $200,000 Del Mar Mile. Patiently handled in striking position by jockey Geovanni Franco, Prince Earl was able to slice through between horses in deep stretch to take command and then withstood the […]

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Notapradaprice Scores 25-1 Upset In Dr. James Penny Memorial

Under a perfect ride from local jockey Frankie Pennington, Notapradaprice held off a stiff late challenge from the heavily favored Fifty Five to score a 25-1 upset victory in the $200,000 Grade 3 Dr. James Penny Memorial Tuesday afternoon at Parx Racing. In just the first stakes appearance in her career, the five year-old daughter […]

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Turf Star, Sire Paddy O’Prado Dies In Turkey Following Paddock Accident

Paddy O’Prado, a Grade 1 winner and classic-placed runner, died in Turkey prior to the 2018 breeding season following a paddock injury, BloodHorse reports. The son of El Prado was exported to Turkey at the conclusion of the 2017 U.S. breeding season, and resided at Evicmen Harasi for the remainder of the year. However, an […]

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O’Kratos Wins Marine Stakes To Give Da Silva Weekend Sweep

Jockey Eurico Rosa Da Silva capped off a big weekend of racing guiding O’Kratos to victory in the $125,000 Marine Stakes (Grade 3) for three-year-olds on Sunday afternoon at Woodbine Racetrack. Da Silva completed a sweep of this weekend’s stakes as he also guided Pink Lloyd to the gelding’s 10th successive score earlier on the card in the New […]

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Romans Becomes Second Trainer To Reach 700-Win Milestone At Churchill Downs

South Louisville native Dale Romans became only the second trainer in Churchill Downs history to win 700 career races beneath the track’s iconic Twin Spires when 2-year-old Promises Fulfilled won Sunday’s seventh race by four lengths under jockey Robby Albarado. More importantly, the milestone victory put the 51-year-old horseman just one win back of joining […]

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Paddy O’Prado, Corinthian Sold; To Stand In Turkey

Grade 1 winners Paddy O’Prado and Corinthian have been sold and will be relocated to Turkey. The Daily Racing Form reports that the stallions – Paddy O’Prado stood at Spendthrift Farm in Kentucky and Corinthian resided at Pin Oak Lane Farm in Pennsylvania – will now stand at Evicmen Harasi in Kemalpasa, Turkey. Paddy O’Prado won five of 14 […]

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Sweeping Paddy Scores Easily In Regret

Pacella Racing, Frank Jones and Frank Shoop’s Sweeping Paddy finally ran back to her impressive maiden effort last fall at Kentucky Downs, winning this Saturday night’s G3 Regret Stakes by almost four lengths on the wire. The sophomore daughter of Paddy O’Prado, ridden by Luis Saez for trainer Dale Romans, covered nine furlongs on Churchill’s […]

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Full Sister To Cherry Wine Wins By 12 1/4 Lengths At Kentucky Downs

A full sister to Preakness runner-up Cherry Wine, Sweeping Paddy broke her maiden in style over Kentucky Downs’ European-style course. The 2-year-old daughter of Paddy O’Prado finished third on the dirt in her first start at Ellis Park for trainer Dale Romans, then romped by 12 1/4 lengths in Saturday’s race over a mile on […]

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Romans’ Cherry Wine To Face Big Test In Rebel Stakes

Dale Romans’ talented sophomore Cherry Wine will head to Arkansas to contest the Rebel Stakes on March 18, the Daily Racing Form reported on Monday. The gray colt was scheduled to start in the Fountain of Youth Stakes but came down with a fever just days before the race. “If I had one more day […]

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