breeders’ cup juvenile

Eurton’s Newly Crowned 2-Year-Old Champion Sets Sights On Sophomore Debut

A longshot no more, trainer Peter Eurton’s Santa Anita-based Storm the Court was an overwhelming 147-51 selection as the nation’s Eclipse Award champion outstanding 2-year-old male, as announced Thursday night at the 49th annual Eclipse Awards gala held at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, Fla. By Court Vision, out of the Tejano Run mare My […]

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San Vicente The Target For Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Winner Storm The Court

Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner Storm the Court, a finalist for an Eclipse Award as outstanding two-year-old male of 2019, worked five furlongs at Santa Anita Sunday in 1:00.30. Ridden by regular rider Flavien Prat, the colt is preparing for his three-year-old debut in the Grade II San Vicente Stakes at seven furlongs on Feb. 9. […]

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‘Lots Of Options’ For Storm The Court Ahead Of First Breeze Since Breeders’ Cup

Storm the Court, upset winner of the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile on Nov. 1 at odds of nearly 46-1, is scheduled to have his first workout at Santa Anita on Sunday since that race, in which he thrust himself firmly in the mix for an Eclipse Award as outstanding two-year-old male. “He’ll probably work four furlongs,” […]

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Dennis’ Moment Returns To Romans’ Barn At Gulfstream Park

Promising 2-year-old Dennis’ Moment has returned from his winter vacation and is back in trainer Dale Romans’ care. Jason Loutsch, racing manager for the Albaugh Family Stables, Tweeted a photo of the Tiznow colt upon his arrival at Gulfstream Park. Plans call for Dennis’ Moment to make his 2020 debut in the G2 Fountain of […]

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Dennis’ Moment Will Ship To Gulfstream Park This Week, Point To Fountain Of Youth

Albaugh Family Stables’ talented 2-year-old colt Dennis’ Moment has been taking it easy in Kentucky since he stumbled badly at the start of the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile. According to drf.com, the son of Tiznow is preparing to ship south to Gulfstream Park later this week to start training for his sophomore campaign. “Everything is good with […]

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‘Get Him Back To Where He Was’: Time Off Planned For Eight Rings

Grade 1 American Pharoah Stakes winner Eight Rings, most recently a disappointing sixth in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, has earned a break from racing, trainer Bob Baffert told horseracingnation.com. The son of Empire Maker was heading to the G2 Los Alamitos Futurity with three works following the Breeders’ Cup, but Baffert elected not to run […]

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Kentucky Derby Future Wager Opens Thanksgiving Day

Unbeaten Nashua Stakes (Grade III) winner Independence Hall and upset Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (GI) winner Storm the Court are among the 24 betting interests in Pool 1 of the 2020 Kentucky Derby Future Wager, which kicks off a four-day run at Churchill Downs on Thanksgiving Day. Both Independence Hall and Storm the Court were made […]

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Promising Juvenile Maxfield Out 60 Days After Surgery For Ankle Chip Removal

Grade 1 Breeders’ Futurity winner Maxfield, scratched earlier this month from the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile due to what was initially diagnosed as a foot bruise, underwent surgery on Monday to remove a “mildly displaced” chip in his ankle. The 2-year-old son of Street Sense will be out 60 days, according to owner Godolphin, after which […]

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Juvenile Winner Storm The Court ‘Just Chilling,’ Could Target February Return

As a consequence of Storm The Court’s victory in the $2 million Breeders’ Cup Juvenile on November 1 at Santa Anita, the Peter Eurton-trained colt will be one of, if not the early favorites for the 2020 Kentucky Derby. Even though the win, under jockey Flavien Prat, was at odds of 45-1 and came after even-money favorite […]

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‘Extremely Special’ Maxfield To Get Freshening, Target 2020 Campaign

Godolphin’s highly-regarded colt Maxfield, who scratched out of last weekend’s $2 million Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (Grade I), will get a freshening for the remainder of 2019 and target a 2020 campaign, according to his trainer Brendan Walsh. Maxfield, an impressive 5 ½-length winner of the $500,000 Breeders’ Futurity (Grade I) at Keeneland, was scratched from […]

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