Uncle Mo

‘Help Name The Prince’: Spendthrift Farm Asks Fans To Help Name Beholder’s Foal

Fans of champion Beholder have an opportunity to possibly become a part of her history after Spendthrift Farm asked fans through social media to help suggest a name for her first foal, a colt by Uncle Mo. The competition, called “Help Name the Prince”, can be found on Beholder’s website, www.championbeholder.com. Fans can submit name […]

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First Foal For Stakes Winner Uncle Lino Arrives In Pennsylvania

Uncle Lino, a stakes-winning, grade 1-placed, track-record setter by Uncle Mo, sired his first reported foal Feb. 7, when a filly was born at the Pennsylvania Division of Northview Stallion Station, near Peach Bottom, Pa. Bred by Daniel W. McConnell Sr., a longtime client of Northview, the bay filly is out of Lucky Notion, an […]

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Dream Tree: La Carta Principal De Bob Baffert Camino A La Kentucky Oaks

Con cada actuación, la tresañera Dream Tree parece más encaminada hacia grandes logros. El pasado domingo 4, la hija de Uncle Mo logró su cuarto triunfo en calidad de invicta al superar con facilidad a sus cinco inferiores rivales en el Las Virgenes Stakes (G2, $250,000), carrera en distancia de una milla en el óvalo […]

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Dream Tree Stays Undefeated With Facile Las Virgenes Win

Heavily favored Dream Tree ran her unbeaten skein to four as she demolished five rival sophomore fillies in Sunday’s Grade II, $200,000 Las Virgenes Stakes, winning by 3 ¾ lengths under Drayden Van Dyke.  Conditioned by Bob Baffert, the 3-year-old daughter of Uncle Mo got a flat mile over Santa Anita’s main track in 1:39.45. […]

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Champion Nyquist’s First Foal Born In New York

The first reported foal by Nyquist was born on January 23rd at Joe and Anne McMahon’s farm, McMahon of Saratoga Thoroughbreds, in Saratoga Springs, New York. The new arrival is owned by the McMahons. The filly is out of the black type performer and Stakes-class producing mare Money My Honey, a half-sister to G1 winner […]

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Champion Beholder Delivers First Foal, A Colt By Uncle Mo

Four-time Eclipse Award winner Beholder delivered her first foal late Tuesday night. The 8-year-old mare by Henny Hughes delivered a bay colt by Uncle Mo at Spendthrift Farm, which announced the news on Facebook and Twitter Wednesday morning. “True to form, Beholder has taken motherhood in stride perfectly,” Spendthrift Farm posted. “Last night, she foaled […]

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First Reported Foals For G1 Winner Outwork Born Sunday

WinStar Farm’s Outwork, the Grade 1-winning son of Uncle Mo, sired his first two reported foals only an hour and a half apart late Sunday, Jan. 14th when both a colt and a filly were born. A bay colt arrived at around 9 p.m. in New York out of the Wheelaway mare Twistaway, who was […]

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Mopotism Takes Three-Way Photo In La Canada

In a thrilling three-horse photo finish, Reddam Racing’s Mopotism prevailed by head to take Saturday’s Grade II, $200,000 La Canada Stakes at Santa Anita. Ridden by Mario Gutierrez and trained by Doug O’Neill, the 4-year-old daughter of Uncle Mo got a flat mile in 1:37.29. Graded stakes placed on four occasions, Mopotism, who was most recently third […]

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Ultra Brat Makes The Grade In Marshua’s River

Patience paid off for owner-breeder Alex G. Campbell Jr. Saturday at Gulfstream Park, when his 5-year-old homebred mare Ultra Brat scored the first graded triumph of her career in the $150,000 Marshua’s River (G3). The 16th running of the Marhsua’s River for fillies and mares 4 and up was one of two turf stakes on the 12-race program, […]

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Mo Tom Retired To Stud In Louisiana

GMB Racing’s Mo Tom has officially been retired from racing, reports bloodhorse.com. The 5-year-old son of Uncle Mo will stand at Jay Adcock’s Red River Farm in Louisiana in 2018. “Mo Tom has had a nice racing career. Even though he suffered through some tough trips and a few injuries, he was still able to make nearly $700,000 […]

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