Ramsey Farm

We Miss Artie’s First Winner Comes In Mexico

The first winner at stud for Ramsey Farm’s We Miss Artie came on June 7, when Henry the Pirate took a maiden race at Hipódromo de las Américas in Mexico by 7 1/4 lengths, BloodHorse reports. Henry the Pirate, an Ontario-bred colt out of the winning Touch Gold mare Reggae Rose, is a half-brother to […]

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Kentucky Farm Time Capsule: Before It Belonged To Kitten’s Joy, Almahurst Raised Exterminator

Central Kentucky is filled with properties that have produced quality horseflesh over the course of centuries, but few can boast the kind of diverse resume seen from Almahurst Farm, known today as Ramsey Farm. Though its history pre-dates the formation of the state in which it resides, Almahurst’s time as a nursery of racehorses essentially […]

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PR Special Keeneland November: California Chrome’s First Foals

The Keeneland November Breeding Stock sale begins a 12-day run today in Lexington, Ky., with the first horse scheduled to enter the ring at noon EST. Subsequent sessions begin at 10 a.m. Once again, the Paulick Report is pleased to offer its printed newsletter, the PR Special, distributed on the sale grounds and digitally at […]

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Kitten’s Roar Gets Maker Off The Duck At Del Mar In Goldikova

Kenneth and Sarah Ramsey’s Kitten’s Roar, the lukewarm 3-1 favorite under jockey John Velazquez, darted between horses at the top of the stretch to take charge and went on to a decisive victory Saturday in the $200,000 Goldikova Stakes in the first of twelve races on the second day of the 2017 Breeders’ Cup World Championships at […]

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Ramsey Determined To Send ‘Underappreciated’ Stallion Kitten’s Joy Overseas

Although Kitten’s Joy leads the North American turf sire list for the fifth year in a row, and is also the co-leading active sire for stakes and group/graded winners alongside Tapit, the stallion’s offspring brought an average of $114,464 at this year’s Keeneland September sale. Owner Ken Ramsey told thoroughbreddailynews.com that he is now “90 percent” sure […]

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Ramsey Hoping For Fifth Consecutive Kentucky Downs Owners Title

Ken Ramsey has two goals this Thursday for Kentucky Downs’ closing-day turf card: Win his fifth consecutive owners title at America’s most unique race meet, and present the trophy to himself for the $350,000 Ramsey Farm Stakes, the race formerly known as the Kentucky Downs Ladies Marathon in which Ramsey is running 2-1 favorite Kitten’s […]

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Ramsey To Downsize Operation: ‘It’s Kind Of Gotten Out Of Control’

Ken Ramsey, the winningest owner in Kentucky history and an accomplished breeder, has begun the process of dramatically downsizing his Thoroughbred operation with the intention of reducing his stock by more than 50 percent. Ken and his wife, Sarah, have 630 horses as part of a massive racing and breeding operation centered at Ramsey Farm […]

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Top Sire Kitten’s Joy To Stand For $100,000 In 2017

Ramsey Farm announced today that Champion Sire Kitten’s Joy’s fee will remain unchanged at $100,000 for the 2017 Breeding Season. The Leading Turf Sire in America for four years running, Kitten’s Joy is the sire of 3 G1 Winners in 2016 including recent Grade 1 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Winner Oscar Performance, who marked the […]

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Camelot Kitten Claws Out Gritty Victory In G2 American Turf

Ken and Sarah Ramsey’s homebred Camelot Kitten surged along the hedge to outduel Beach Patrol by a head to win the 25th running of the $300,000 American Turf Presented by Ram Trucks (GII) for 3-year-olds. Trained by Chad Brown and ridden by Irad Ortiz Jr., Camelot Kitten covered the mile and a sixteenth on a […]

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