brazil racing

Bal A Bali Just Up In Frank E. Kilroe Mile; Dortmund Last

The historic Calumet Farm, now owned by Brad Kelley, saw another Grade 1 victor on Saturday when Bal A Bali just got up to win the Frank E. Kilroe Mile by about a head over What A View. The 7-year-old son of Put It Back was ridden expertly by visiting jockey Javier Castellano, covering a […]

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Classic Winner Drosselmeyer To Remain In Brazil

Drosselmeyer, one of only eight horses to win an American Classic and the Breeders’ Cup Classic, has been purchased by Stud TNT and will remain in Brazil to stand stud. The 9-year-old son of Distorted Humor had been shuttling to Stud TNT the last five Southern Hemisphere breeding seasons after standing each Northern Hemisphere breeding […]

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Team Valor Purchases Brazil’s Champion Juvenile Filly

Team Valor International has bought the unbeaten Juno, who won her fifth race from as many outings last time out in her 3-year-old debut on September 7 in Brazil’s Group 1 equivalent of the One Thousand Guineas. In her previous outing she accounted for the Group 1 Immensity to cap a season that culminated in […]

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United Tote First International Tote System To Operate Live Racing In Brazil

United Tote, a leading supplier of totalisator systems, equipment and technology that processes wagers and payouts at facilities worldwide, is pleased to announce that pari-mutuel history has been made in Brazil. On Thursday, May 7, in partnership with Codere and the Jockey Club do Rio Grande do Sul in Porto Alegre, Brazil, the first day […]

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Brazilian Racing Signal Coming to U.S.

In a move designed to expand the distribution of Brazilian racing globally, Codere Brazil today announced an exclusive joint agreement¬†with Jockey Club Parana to share its signal with other racing jurisdictions on a co-mingled basis, including the United States, Australia,¬†Asia and other Latin countries. Andre Gelfi, Managing Director of Codere Brazil, called the agreement an […]

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Three Chimneys Goes Global With Purchase of Brazilian Star

Three Chimneys Farm announced today that they have purchased three-year-old filly Antonella Baby (BRZ), winner of the GP Henrique Possollo (G1-BRZ), the first leg of the Brazilian Triple Crown for fillies, in her most recent start. Antonella Baby’s previous Group Stakes victories include two wins as a two-year-old in the GP J. Adhemar de Almeida […]

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