Cal-Bred Acclimate In Front All The Way In San Juan Capistrano

In sharp recent form and blessed with an abundance of natural speed, California-bred Acclimate took six rivals on a merry chase that resulted in a stirring half length victory in Sunday’s Grade III, $100,000 San Juan Capistrano Stakes at Santa Anita. Ridden by Martin Garcia and trained by Phil D’Amato, the 5-year-old gelding by Acclamation […]

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Streamline Speeds Away With Surprise Azeri Victory

Nancy A. Vanier and William Cartwright’s Streamline was the surprise winner of Saturday’s Grade 2 Azeri Stakes, crossing the wire about a length in front at odds of 12-1 on the tote board. The 5-year-old daughter of Straight Line was near the lead throughout under Chris Landeros, and completed the 1 1/16-mile distance over Oaklawn […]

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Big Brown’s Fee Drops To $7,500 For 2017

Stallion Big Brown, standing at Dutchess Views Farm in New York courtesy of Sunrise Stallions, will have his stud fee reduced to $7,500 for , according to – he stood for $10,000 this year. Big Brown, the Kentucky Derby-winning son of Boundary, is ranking fourth among New York-based sires for 2016, and was the […]

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Big Brown Relocating to New York for 2015

Champion Big Brown, one of the most electrifying Classic winners in the modern era and a leading third-crop sire, will stand the 2015 season in New York. A majority interest in the nine-year-old son of Boundary, the sire of nine 2014 stakes winners to date and several exciting juveniles including recent Bob Baffert-trained Santa Anita […]

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Pensioned Claiborne stallion Boundary dies at 22

Graded stakes winner and sire of 26 stakes winners, BOUNDARY was euthanized at Claiborne Farm on Saturday, due to the infirmities of old age. The 22-year-old stallion had been a pensioner at the farm since 2005, and had been in good condition until the weekend, according to farm spokesman Bernie Sams. His leading runners include […]

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By Ray Paulick Big Brown went to the lead at the start and never looked back in winning Saturday’s 1 1/8-mile Monmouth Stakes, a $500,000 turf race designed by Monmouth Park for the two-time classic winner. The Rick Dutrow-trained colt, sent off the 3-5 favorite, opened a clear lead down the backstretch, then […]

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