Phillips Racing Partnership

‘Miracle Child’ Manitoulin Hoping To Regain Top Form At Ellis Park

Before he ever hit the ground and got the chance to make good on the purple bloodlines flowing through his chestnut frame, the two mantras that would sum up Manitoulin’s entire being were already set. Patience and faith are preached by many a learned horsemen but, in the case of the strong-bodied Phillips Racing Partnership […]

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Bloodlines: Winter Sunset Follows A Silver Trail To Darby Dan Blue Hen Mare

Those terrific Tapit 2-year-olds! America’s three-time leading sire is setting up a deep bench of impressive young prospects who appear to have great potential to excel over the coming months and further enrich their sire’s legacy as the leading active sire of classic quality here in the States. Over the long Thanksgiving weekend, Winter Sunset […]

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Manitoulin Soars To Hollywood Turf Cup Triumph At Del Mar

Manitoulin, an Awesome Again gelding out of the champion turf mare Soaring Softly, scored his first career stakes victory at Del Mar on Friday with a front-running win under Mike Smith in the Grade 2, $200,000 Hollywood Turf Cup. Bred in Kentucky by Phillips Racing Partnership and carrying the tan and brown colors of Darby […]

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Grade 1 Winner Time And Motion Retired From Racing

Time and Motion, winner of the G1 Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup in 2016, has been retired from racing, according to a report in the BloodHorse. Time and Motion raced as a homebred for Phillips Racing Partnership. During her racing career, the 4-year-old daughter of Tapit won five of 15 starts and earned $967,519. In addition to […]

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‘Bigger And Stronger’ Time And Motion Headlines Modesty Handicap At Arlington

Trainer Jimmy Toner will saddle two starters Saturday at Arlington International Racecourse for the Ride to the Million presented by Miller Lite. Phillips Racing Partnership’s homebred Grade I-winner Time and Motion will contest the Grade III $100,000 Modesty Handicap, while Darby Dan Farm Racing’s Manitoulin will make his graded-stakes debut in the Grade III $100,000 […]

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Time And Motion ‘Likes Being A California Girl’; Filly A Major Threat In Matriarch Stakes

Having spent her entire nine-race career at East Coast venues, 3-year-old filly Time and Motion boarded a plane in New York on Monday and journeyed to Del Mar for Sunday’s Grade I $300,000 Matriarch Stakes. How’s she adjusting? “I think she likes being a California girl,” said Tiffany Webb, assistant to trainer James Toner and […]

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Time And Motion Wins Wonder Again For Namesake’s Trainer

Phillips Racing Partnership’s homebred Time and Motion made her move at the opportune time as she came from off the pace and powered through the lane to capture the $200,000 Wonder Again for 3-year-old fillies at Belmont Park Sunday. Her effort gave trainer James Toner a thrilling victory in the race named for his former […]

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Photo: Winter Memories Delivers ‘Stellar’ Street Cry Colt

Multiple Grade 1-winning millionaire Winter Memories delivered her first foal on March 1st, a colt by Street Cry (Ire) born at John Phillips’ Darby Dan Farm in Lexington. Foaled during a winter snow storm that blanketed Central Kentucky, the colt was described as “stellar” by Phillips, whose Phillips Racing Partnership owns the mare and foal. […]

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La Cloche earns first graded stakes win in Athenia

In Saturday’s first American graded stakes, it was fitting that 5-year-old La Cloche won the first graded stakes race of her career in the 1 1/16 mile Athenia Stakes (gr. IIIT) on the grass at Belmont. Junior Alvarado and the Ghostzapper mare made a late run in the stretch to win in a time of […]

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One horse dead in overturned van carrying Toner horses from Florida to Maryland

Five Thoroughbreds en route from Palm Meadows training center in Florida to Fair Hill in Maryland were being treated at Edisto Equine Clinic in Yonges Island, S.C., after a van carrying them overturned on Interstate 95 at about 7:30 p.m. Wednesday evening 10 miles south of Walterboro. A sixth horse in the van had to […]

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