Unbridled

Tapit’s Three-Quarter Brother Aldrin Retired To Stand At O’Sullivan Farms

Randy and John Funkhouser are proud to introduce Aldrin, a three-quarter brother to Tapit, America’s champion sire for the last three years.  Aldrin will stand his first season at O’Sullivan Farms, West Virginia’s oldest thoroughbred breeding farm, in Charles Town, WV, in 2018. Aldrin is a winning son of Malibu Moon out of stakes winner […]

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Alex Sano Se Educa En La Universidad Y En El Hipódromo

Alessandro “Alex” Sano está recibiendo educación en dos frentes. El estudiante de biología y veterinaria en la Universidad de Central Florida, de 20 años de edad, también es parte fundamental de la operación hípica de su padre Antonio Sano, que incluye a Gunnevera, inscrito para este Sábado en el Preakness Stakes (G1) en el óvalo […]

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Heavy Favorite Unbridled Mo Delivers In Doubledogdare

John Brunetti’s homebred Unbridled Mo has delivered back-to-back victories in 2017, first taking the G3 Houston Ladies Classic in January, and this Friday turning back Power of Snunner to score by three-quarters of a length in the G3 Hilliard Lyons Doubledogdare Stakes at Keeneland. The 4-year-old daughter of Uncle Mo, ridden to perfection by John […]

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New York-Bred Highway Star Surprises In Distaff Handicap

Chester and Mary Broman’s homebred Highway Star surprised a short field of six in Sunday’s G3 Distaff Handicap, settling along the rail behind horses and rallying in the stretch to record her second graded stakes victory by a half-length on the wire. The 4-year-old daughter of Girolamo, ridden by Angel Arroyo, covered seven furlongs over […]

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‘He Didn’t Quit’: Wilkes Not Disappointed With McCraken’s Blue Grass Effort

Trainer Ian Wilkes was not terribly disappointed in his star 3-year-old colt on Sunday morning, telling bloodhorse.com that McCraken will definitely move forward off the effort. The son of Ghostzapper, previously undefeated, finished third in the G2 Blue Grass Stakes at Keeneland on Saturday. “He’s a little tired,” Wilkes said. “He’s jogged, but he’s a […]

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Whitham, Wilkes Enjoying The Ride With Top 3-Year-Old McCraken

February is a very good time to have an ascending 3-year-old colt on the road to the Grade 1 Kentucky Derby. Janis Whitham and Ian Wilkes, the respective owner-breeder and trainer of Saturday’s G3 Sam F. Davis winner McCraken, are enjoying the ride. “We’re all excited,” Wilkes said in the blush of the Ghostzapper colt’s […]

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Bloodlines: Arrogate Quickly Building The Riches

With victory in Pegasus World Cup on Jan. 28, champion Arrogate took a giant leap toward becoming the leading money winner in the States, perhaps even the world. The current leading American money winner is California Chrome, who has earned $14,752,650 with 16 victories from 27 starts, racing from 2 to 6. Now retired to […]

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Unbridled Mo Turns Back I’m A Chatterbox In Houston Ladies Classic

Jockey Jose Ortiz record a trio of stakes wins on Sunday’s card at Sam Houston Race Park, the richest of which was his victory aboard Unbridled Mo in the $400,000, G3 Houston Ladies Classic. A homebred for Red Oak Stable, the 4-year-old daughter of Uncle Mo made a strong three-wide move around the far turn […]

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Bloodlines Presented By Woodbine: Breeders’ Cup Reveals ‘Unbridled’ Influence

Of the five Breeders’ Cup races contested over Santa Anita’s dirt course on Saturday, three went to descendants of 1990 Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Unbridled (by Fappiano). Arrogate (Unbridled’s Song) won the Breeders’ Cup Classic, Classic Empire (Pioneerof the Nile) won the BC Juvenile, and Champagne Room (Broken Vow) won the Juvenile Fillies. Both Unbridled’s […]

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Tap Your Heels, Dam Of Tapit, Dies Age 20

Barouche Stud in Ireland announced on Friday the death of broodmare Tap Your Heels, dam of leading sire Tapit. The 20-year-old daughter of Unbridled died during foaling complications, leaving behind a colt by Super Saver, according to various reports. “We would like to thank Gerry Dilger and all his staff at Dromoland Farm, who have […]

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