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Gio Ponti, Royal Delta, Casse And Clement Among Nine Hall Of Fame Finalists

Five racehorses, three trainers and one jockey account for the nine finalists that will comprise the National Museum of Racing’s 2019 Hall of Fame ballot, as chosen by the Museum’s Hall of Fame Nominating Committee. The finalists are: racehorses Blind Luck, Gio Ponti, Havre de Grace, Rags to Riches and Royal Delta (first year of […]

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El Salón De La Fama Del Hipismo Norteamericano Anuncia Los Nominados Para La Clase De 2018

Cuatro purasangres, tres jinetes y tres entrenadores son los diez finalistas seleccionados para la votación de 2018 del Salón de la Fama del Hipismo Norteamericano, de acuerdo a la selección del Comité de Nominaciones. Los nominados son los ejemplares Blind Luck, Gio Ponti, Havre de Grace y Heavenly Prize; los jinetes Robby Albarado, Corey Nakatani […]

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Blind Luck, Havre De Grace Among 2018 Hall Of Fame Finalists

Four racehorses, three jockeys and three trainers account for the 10 finalists selected to the National Museum of Racing’s 2018 Hall of Fame ballot, as chosen by the Museum’s Hall of Fame Nominating Committee. The finalists are: racehorses Blind Luck, Gio Ponti, Havre de Grace and Heavenly Prize; jockeys Robby Albarado, Corey Nakataki and Craig […]

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Songbird Luce Demasiado Grande Ante Cinco Rivales En El Delaware Handicap

La doble campeona Songbird, propiedad de Rick Porter (Fox Hill Farm), encabeza la octogésima edición del Delaware Handicap (G1, $750,000) en Delaware Park este sábado 15. Luego de haber sido derrotado en 2001 y luego en 2011, Porter estará buscando su primer triunfo en la carrera más importante del año en el estado al cual […]

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Home Sweet Home: Hollendorfer Gets Win No. 7,000 At Golden Gate Fields

Hall of Fame trainer Jerry Hollendorfer won his 7,000th career race at Golden Gate Fields on Thursday when Ricardo Gonzalez guided odds-on favorite Kiss N Scat to a wire-to-wire victory in the first race of the Bay Area track’s Thanksgiving Day program. Kiss N Scat, a 2-year-old filly by Scat Daddy, was sent off at odds […]

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Pollard’s Vision To Mighty Acres In Oklahoma

Pollard’s Vision, sire of Champion Blind Luck, has been sold to stand at Mighty Acres, Pryor, Oklahoma, in a deal brokered by Schumer Bloodstock and The Stallion Company. A fee will be announced at a later date for the son of Carson City, who becomes the only stallion based in Oklahoma to have sired an […]

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‘As luck would have it’: Blind Luck’s first foal is a Bernardini filly at Hill ‘n’ Dale

At one minute past the stroke of midnight, Eclipse Champion and 6-time Grade 1 Winner Blind Luck delivered her first foal, a filly by Bernardini, reported Hill ‘n’ Dale today.  The striking bay filly weighed in at 118lbs. Blind Luck is owned by Mark Dedomenico, who owns of Pegasus Training Center.  A winner of 10 […]

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Blind Luck confirmed in foal

Champion filly Blind Luck has been pronounced in foal to Bernardini.  Blind Luck won multiple stakes races, including the Kentucky Oaks and the Alabama, both Grade 1s. Bernardini, who won the Preakness, stands for $150,000.

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Zipse At The Track: The best race of 2011 was…

Zipse At The Track goes 10 deep with a list of his favorite races of the year, which include the Hollywood Gold Cup, the King’s Bishop and the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile.  But coming in at number one is the Delaware Handicap: “As if there was any doubt. The Epic rivalry between the two fantastic females […]

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Blind Luck sells for $2.5 million at Keeneland November

Champion filly Blind Luck was sold for $2.5 million late Monday afternoon in the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale.  She was purchased by majority owner Mark DeDomenico, buying out partners.  Mike Puhlich, who signed the ticket, said Blind Luck would be retired. Meanwhile, race fillies and broodmares consigned as part of the complete dispersal of […]

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