Speightstown

$320,000 Broodmare Prospect Saucy Dame Leads Thursday At Keeneland November Sale

Barbara Banke’s Stonestreet Thoroughbred Holdings paid $320,000 for Saucy Dame, a 3-year-old Distorted Humor filly cataloged as a broodmare prospect, during Thursday’s fourth session of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale, which recorded brisk trade throughout the day. Keeneland sold 259 horses for a total $17,381,000, an average of $67,108 and a median of $52,000. […]

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Weekend Hideaway Retires To Irish Hill & Dutchess Views Stallions In New York

Weekend Hideaway (2010 Speightstown o/o Apocalyptical), a winner of stakes races in seven consecutive years in New York was retired from racing and will stand his first season at stud in 2019 under the management of Irish Hill & Dutchess Views Stallions LLC in New York. Weekend Hideaway is a son of champion sprinter and […]

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Jersey Town Relocated To Daehling Ranch In California

Grade 1 winner Jersey Town will stand the 2019 breeding season at Daehling Ranch Thoroughbreds, near Elk Grove, Calif. as the property of Charles Fipke, for a fee of $3,000, live foal guaranteed. The 11-year-old son of Speightstown out of multiple G1 winner Jersey Girl entered stud at Darby Dan Farm in Kentucky before moving […]

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Poseidon’s Warrior Relocated To Darby Dan Farm

Grade 1 stakes winner Poseidon’s Warrior, sire of Grade 1-winning juvenile Firenze Fire, has joined the stallion roster at John Phillips’ Darby Dan Farm in Lexington to stand the upcoming breeding season after relocating from Pleasant Acres Farm in Ocala, Fla., it was announced on Sunday. By emerging sire of sires Speightstown and bred on […]

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WinStar Farm Sets 2019 Stud Fees, Led By Pioneerof The Nile At $110,000

WinStar Farm announced 2019 stud fees for its 22-stallion roster today, again headed by Pioneerof the Nile who will stand for a fee of $110,000 S&N this upcoming breeding season. WinStar also welcomes two new stallions to its roster in Always Dreaming, winner of the 2017 Kentucky Derby and Florida Derby (G1), and Jim Dandy […]

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Switzerland Too Fast For Rivals In Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash

Woodford Racing’s Switzerland bounced back from a disappointing fifth-place finish in the Grade 1 Alfred G. Vanderbilt Handicap at Saratoga to win the 27th running of the G3, $250,000 Xpressbet Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash at Laurel Park on Saturday. Under jockey Feargal Lynch, the 4-year-old colt by Speightstown went to the front shortly […]

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Qurbaan Upsets Bernard Baruch In U.S. Debut; Voodoo Song Fifth

Making his first start in the U.S. off nearly an 11-month layoff, Shadwell’s Qurbaan provided a 13-1 upset in Monday’s Grade 2 Bernard Baruch at Saratoga. The 5-year-old son of Speightstown, ridden by leading jockey Irad Ortiz for trainer Kiaran McLaughlin, came from off the pace to secure a nose victory over Forge at the […]

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Chief Cicatriz Dominates Aristides; Long On Value Achieves Millionaire Status

Roy Gene Evans’ 5-year-old homebred gelding Chief Cicatriz swept past pacesetter Smart Spree with a quarter mile to run and drew clear in the stretch to easily win Saturday night’s 30th running of the $100,000 Aristides (Grade III) by 6 ¼ lengths over Mr. Crow in front of 17,068 fans at Churchill Downs on “Downs After Dark Presented by Budweiser.” Trained by former three-time […]

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Central Banker Gets First Winner With Subsidiary

Gabe Grossberg’s Subsidiary aced her Woodbine debut Saturday, a 4 1/2-furlong maiden special weight race, to become New York freshman sire Central Banker’s first winner. Trained by Mark Casse, the chestnut filly was sent out at odds of 10-1 in a robust field of 10. Out of the gate well from post eight, Subsidiary was […]

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Switzerland Gives Santana, Asmussen Fifth Stakes Win On Preakness Weekend In Maryland Sprint

Giving the jockey/trainer duo of Ricardo Santana and Steve Asmussen their fifth win of the Preakness Stakes weekend, Woodford Racing’s Switzerland followed a similar pattern in laying just off the pace and striding clear in the lane to win the Grade 3 Maryland Sprint by 3 1/2 lengths. The 4-year-old son of Speightstown covered six […]

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