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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 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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Un “Transformado” Mo Town Mantiene Su Invicto En La Grama Al Ganar El Hollywood Derby En Del Mar

Mo Town había mostrado capacidad corredora como dosañero, ganando dos de sus tres actuaciones, incluyendo el Remsen S. (G2) en Aqueduct. A principios de 2017 el hijo de Uncle Mo era uno de los tempranos aspirantes para el Kentucky Derby (G1), pero luego de dos salidas decepcionantes en el Risen Star (G2) y en el […]

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Mo Town ‘Couldn’t Be Much Better’ Ahead Of Wood Memorial

Grade 2 Remsen winner Mo Town breezed five furlongs Saturday morning ahead of his return to Aqueduct Racetrack in next weekend’s Grade 2, $750,000 Wood Memorial presented by NYRA Bets. At his winter training base at Payson Park in Indiantown, Florida, trainer Tony Dutrow caught the 3-year-old son of Uncle Mo in 1:02. “He went […]

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Mo Town ‘Ready’ For Sophomore Debut In Risen Star

The most accomplished horse in the Grade II $400,000 Risen Star Stakes field next Saturday is the highest-profile ship-in, Tony Dutrow-trained Mo Town. Owned by Team D in partnership with the principals of the powerful Coolmore conglomerate – Mrs. Tom Magnier, Michael Tabor and Derrick Smith – the son of Uncle Mo completed his final […]

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Mo Town States His Case With Remsen Victory

Another son of young sire Uncle Mo is making his presence felt on the Kentucky Derby trail as the Coolmore partners and Team D’s Mo Town dominated the G2 Remsen Stakes on Saturday at Aqueduct, crossing the line 2 1/2 lengths in front of his competition to earn 10 points on the Road to the […]

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The Big Beast’s King’s Bishop Victory ‘Overwhelming’ for Trainer Dutrow

Trainer Tony Dutrow readily admits that The Big Beast isn’t easy to handle, which made the colt’s victory in the Grade 1, $500,000 Ketel One King’s Bishop that much more gratifying. Dutrow said the colt, who stands at 17-1 hands, is the largest horse he has trained and has a penchant for escaping his handlers. […]

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The Big Beast Scores Big Win in King’s Bishop

Making his first start in stakes company, The Big Beast ran down pacesetter Fast Anna late to win the Grade 1, $500,000 Ketel One King’s Bishop Stakes at Saratoga on Saturday. Fast Anna broke sharply, setting the early tempo. The Big Beast, who led start to finish in his last two starts, settled back third, […]

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Big Trouble Up in Time to Win Sanford

Big Trouble rallied widest and emerged victorious from a four-horse scramble to the wire in the Grade 3, $150,000 Sanford on Saturday at Saratoga Race Course. Trained by Tony Dutrow for Team D Stable, Big Trouble broke near the back of the eight-horse field and sat reserved in the early going as a three-ply battle […]

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New York: Cases Involving Two Horsemen Remanded

Officials with the New York State Gaming Commission have ordered that cases involving two horsemen – regarding a race run in 2009 – be remanded for another hearing at a later time. According to a report in the Blood-Horse, the horsemen involved are trainer Anthony Dutrow and owner-breeder-trainer Peter Kazamias. The two cases were consolidated […]

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