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Geroux Reflects On Gun Runner’s ‘Desire Of Winning Races’

With 2017 Horse of the Year and Grade I Pegasus World Cup victor Gun Runner’s racing career in the rearview mirror, jockey Florent Geroux took some time to talk about what the horse meant to his riding career and how special he really was. Geroux began riding Gun Runner at the beginning of his 3-year-old campaign, which began […]

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That’s A Wrap: Gun Runner Closes His Career With A Bang In Pegasus World Cup

Champion Gun Runner left it all on the track on Saturday, and heads off to the breeding shed with no question left unanswered. The 5-year-old son of Candy Ride is one of a small number of top-caliber Thoroughbreds to improve with each start, and he ended his career with a personal best Beyer Speed Figure […]

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Full Circle: Three Chimneys’ Baker Involved With Gun Runner From The Start

When Gun Runner concludes his illustrious racing career Saturday in Gulfstream Park’s $16 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational (G1) and retires to a stallion career at co-owner Three Chimneys Farm, the horse will have come full circle with Chris Baker. Baker, Three Chimneys’ chief operating officer, has been involved with Gun Runner longer than anyone, […]

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‘Great Work Horse’ Gettysburg The Perfect Partner For Gun Runner

Gettysburg is a 5-year-old horse who is 1 for 13 lifetime, lost his last two starts by a combined 32 lengths and made a total of $1,768 in 2017. His value to owners Three Chimneys Farm and Winchell Thoroughbreds? Incalculable. Since Gettysburg was purchased privately last fall to serve as the designated workmate to Gun […]

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Gun Runner ‘Looked Pretty Sharp’ In Final Major Work At Fair Grounds

Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) winner Gun Runner had his final major workout for the $16 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational (G1) Sunday afternoon, working six furlongs in 1:11 at Fair Grounds. Working in company with regular workmate Gettysburg, Gun Runner was clocked galloping out seven furlongs in 1:23.40 and the mile in 1:37 under jockey Florent Geroux as they prepare for […]

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Gun Runner ‘Picking It Up Nicely’ In Pegasus Preparations

Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) winner Gun Runner picked up the pace — especially the late pace — in Sunday’s workout at the Fair Grounds, motoring five-eighths of a mile in1:00 4/5 in his preparation for Gulfstream Park’s $16 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational (G1) Saturday, Jan. 27. The time matched the second-fastest of 64 works. According to the Fair […]

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Principe Guilherme Impresses In Two-Turn Test At Fair Grounds

A juvenile colt trained by Steve Asmussen caught the eye of Kentucky Derby fans at the Fair Grounds on Saturday, crushing his competition in a 1 1/16-mile allowance race by 11 3/4 lengths in 1:42.94. Now undefeated in two lifetime starts, Principe Guilherme earned a 92 Beyer figure for his effort. Three Chimneys’ homebred broke […]

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UPDATE: Classic Winner Gun Runner To Stand At Three Chimneys After Pegasus World Cup; Stud Fee Set At $70,000

Three Chimneys announced today that Leading Horse of the Year candidate and 5 time Grade 1 winner Gun Runner will stand the 2018 breeding season for a fee of $70,000 Live Foal Stands and Nurses. He will be available for special viewing this week at Three Chimneys from Wednesday through Friday, after which he will be […]

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Gun Runner A La Cria En Three Chimneys Farm Luego De Correr En Enero La Pegasus World Cup

Los propietarios del ganador de la Breeders’ Cup Classic y principal candidato para Caballo del Año Gun Runner, anunciaron hoy que el alazán prestará servicios como semental a partir de 2018 en Three Chimneys Farm luego de su próxima actuación en la Pegasus World Cup Invitational (G1, $16,000,000). El caballo estará disponible para ser inspeccionado […]

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Gun Runner To Be Shown At Three Chimneys, Rejoin Asmussen Stable In New Orleans

Gun Runner, who virtually secured Horse of the Year honors by taking Saturday’s $6-million Breeders’ Cup Classic by 2 1/4 lengths in front-running fashion over Collected, is scheduled to stay in training this winter in New Orleans, though how much racing that might lead to is yet to be determined. Trainer Steve Asmussen said Sunday […]

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