Uncle Mo

Ultra Brat Finds Soft Turf To Her Liking In Easy Gallorette Score

Alex G. Campbell homebred Ultra Brat wasn’t deterred by the seven inches of rain that have fallen on Pimlico’s historic turf course over the past week, kicking clear down the lane for a 10 1/4-length score in the G3 Gallorette on Saturday. The 5-year-old daughter of Uncle Mo laid just off the pace and took […]

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Grade 1 Winner Mo Town Retired To Ashford Stud

A torn suspensory in his left foreleg forced the retirement of Grade 1 winner Mo Town this week, according to drf.com. The 4-year-old son of Uncle Mo will be shipped to Ashford Stud this week, where he will stand the 2019 season. “It’s a loss to all involved and to the sport that we didn’t get […]

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Gross Up 15 Percent At Texas 2-Year-Olds In Training Sale

Tuesday’s Texas 2-Year-Olds in Training Sale on the grounds of Lone Star Park concluded with a sizable increase in gross sales and a slight decrease in average compared to last year’s smaller catalogue. A total of 106 horses went through the ring at the sale operated by the Texas Thoroughbred Association in partnership with Lone Star […]

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$600,000 Uncle Mo Colt Tops Barretts Spring Sale Of 2-Year-Olds In Training

A colt by champion juvenile Uncle Mo was the top-priced horse sold at the Barretts Spring Sale of 2-year-olds in training in Del Mar, Calif., on Wednesday, bringing a $600,000 bid from West Point Thoroughbreds. The sale topper was consigned by Eddie Woods, who purchased the colt at the 2017 Barretts August Select Yearling Sale […]

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Orb Filly Goes Two Panels In :21 Flat To Lead Fasig-Tipton’s Gulfstream Breeze Show

A filly from the second crop of Kentucky Derby winner Orb sped a quarter in :21 flat to lead Monday’s breeze show at the Fasig-Tipton Gulfstream sale. Consigned by agent Tom McCrocklin as Hip 54, the filly is out of a Forestry half-sister to Creative Cause and Destin. Her second dam is the Grade 1 […]

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G2 Winner Majestic Heat Retired, To Be Bred To Uncle Mo

Majestic Heat, winner of the 2017 Bayakoa Stakes (Grade 2), has been retired from racing after her fifth-place finish on Saturday in Santa Anita Park’s Grade 1 Santa Margarita Stakes as announced by owner-racing manager Madeline Auerbach. A California-bred daughter of Unusual Heat, Majestic Heat was trained for the bulk of her career by Hall […]

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‘Very Minor’ Issue Knocks Dream Tree Off Kentucky Oaks Trail

Undefeated Dream Tree is no longer being aimed at the Kentucky Oaks, trainer Bob Baffert told bloodhorse.com. The 3-year-old Uncle Mo filly breezed on March 7 at Santa Anita Park, but exited the work with an unspecified physical issue. “I just wasn’t happy with the way she came out of the work. I’m just backing off […]

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Strong Mandate Colt, Uncle Mo Filly Bring $775,000 On Final Day Of OBS March, Average Down, Median Up

A Strong Mandate colt and filly by Uncle Mo each brought $775,000 to top the second and final session of the 2018 OBS March Sale of 2-Year-Olds in Training. Carolyn Wilson purchased Hip No. 447, a son of Strong Mandate consigned by Wavertree Stables, Inc. (Ciaran Dunne), Agent. The bay colt, whose eighth in :9 […]

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Heavily Favored Dream Tree Scratched From Santa Ysabel

Phoenix Thoroughbred’s Dream Tree will not run in today’s Santa Ysabel Stakes, according to TVG. The undefeated 3-year-old daughter of Uncle Mo was the favorite in the Road to the Kentucky Oaks event. Trainer Bob Baffert said that the filly’s scratch was a result of the wet track conditions at Santa Anita Park. “She will wait […]

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‘Prince Of The Paddock’: Beholder’s Colt Developing His Own Personality

Beholder’s first foal, a colt by Uncle Mo, has been busy growing strong at Spendthrift Farm. According to the blog at championbeholder.com, “Prince B” enjoys spending his days rolling in the mud and playing with his new paddock mates, the mare Coup de Coeur and her Brody’s Cause colt. “(Prince B is) fearless, brave,” said assistant broodmare […]

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