Midnight Bisou Runs Down Elate In Personal Ensign

Two of this year’s top distaffers started in Saturday’s Grade 1 Personal Ensign at Saratoga, and the pair met at the head of the lane for an all-out battle to the wire. Bloom Racing Stable, Madaket Stables and Allen Racing’s Midnight Bisou laid her heart on the line to nose out 4-5 favorite Elate in […]

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Discreet Lover Delivers At 45-1 In Jockey Club Gold Cup; Thunder Snow Second By A Neck

As the second-longest shot on the board at odds of 45-1, Discreet Lover flew down the stretch to get his neck in front of Dubai World Cup winner Thunder Snow (6-1) in Saturday’s Grade 1 Jockey Club Gold Cup. Jockey Manny Franco celebrated at the wire, knowing the results of the impending photo finish would […]

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‘Honest Little Horse’ Discreet Lover A Live Longshot In Woodward

Owner-trainer Uriah St. Lewis’s feels confident in his 5-year-old horse Discreet Lover, who will make his 43rd lifetime start in Saturday’s Grade 1 Woodward. The horse by Repent arrived at his temporary stall on the Saratoga Harness track backstretch after a four-hour drive from Park in Pennsylvania. His companion, Norma’s Charm will start in Friday’s […]

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Millionaire Repent Sold to Trinidad

Florida-based stallion Repent has been sold to Trinidad’s Paradise Farms, according to a report by The Blood-Horse. The 15-year-old stallion had not yet covered any mares in the U.S. this season and is currently in quarantine to leave for his new home. He stood at Woodford Thoroughbreds last season for $3,000. Repent retired from racing in […]

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Repent joins son Crown of Thorns at Cloverleaf

Leading sire Repent will stand 2012 at CloverLeaf Farms II where he’ll join his best son – newly retired Crown of Thorns – at the Reddick-based stud farm. A leading freshman sire in Florida in 2007, Repent returns to the Sunshine State after enjoying a banner year in 2011. He has sired 8 stakes winners, […]

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Crown of Thorns Out of Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile

Spendthrift Farm’s Crown of Thorns, second choice in the morning line at 4-1 for the $1 million Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile on Saturday at Churchill Downs, was withdrawn from the race Friday morning by trainer Richard Mandella following a “flare up of an old injury.”            The Hall of Fame conditioner noticed a problem […]

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