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Curlin’s Honor Up The Rail To Capture Artie Schiller

John Oxley and Breeze Easy’s Curlin’s Honor found his best stride late, rallying up the rail under Joel Rosario to capture Saturday’s $150,000 Artie Schiller, a one-mile inner turf test for 3-year-olds and upwards at Aqueduct Racetrack. Trained by Mark Casse, the 4-year-old Curlin chestnut hit the board in five-consecutive graded stakes at Woodbine Racetrack […]

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Four Wheel Drive Gives American Pharoah First Breeders’ Cup Winner In Juvenile Turf Sprint

Breeze Easy’s Four Wheel Drive became champion American Pharoah’s first Breeders’ Cup winner at stud on Friday, leading all the way in the Juvenile Turf Sprint to kick off the World Championships. The Wesley Ward-trained 2-year-old colt was favored at 3-2 in the 12-horse field, and completed five furlongs in 55.66 seconds over Santa Anita’s […]

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Turf Sprint: Orseno Hopes Hard Luck Imprimis Finally Gets His Chance To Run

Trainer Joe Orseno reported Thursday that Imprimis will be shipped from Gulfstream Park to Santa Anita Tuesday for a scheduled start in the $1 million Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint (G1) Nov. 2. Breeze Easy LLC’s Imprimis has been the beaten favorite in his last two races, lacking running room while finishing fourth in the Kentucky […]

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Four Wheel Drive Powers Home On Top In Futurity

Sent off as the overwhelming 4-5 post-time favorite, Breeze Easy LLC’s Four Wheel Drive powered by the competition to win Sunday’s Grade 3, $150,000 Futurity at Belmont Park and earn an all-expenses paid berth to the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint on November 1 at Santa Anita Park. Breaking alertly from post 4 with Irad […]

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Taylor Made To Consign Diva Delite, Dam Of Midnight Bisou, At Fasig-Tipton November Sale

Diva Delite, dam of five-time Grade 1 winner Midnight Bisou, will be consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent for Breeze Easy LLC at the upcoming Fasig-Tipton November Sale. She will be offered in foal to undefeated Triple Crown winner Justify. A graded stakes winner and multiple stakes winner herself on the race track, Diva […]

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Tapit Dominates Top Of Market On First Night Of Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Sale

The march of Gainesway’s cornerstone sire Tapit through the very highest points of the North American auction market continued on Monday during the first session of the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Selected Yearlings Sale, powered by the evening’s two most expensive offerings. The duo headlined a session that posted average and median sale prices well in excess […]

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Karak First Winner For Karakontie; Filly Headed To Royal Ascot

Trainer Wesley Ward sent out yet another stellar looking 2-year-old on Saturday as Breeze Easy’s Karak took the Belmont Park opener over the Widener turf course, providing Karakontie his first victory as a stallion. Ward plans on sending Karak to the Group 2, $128,000 Norfolk at Royal Ascot. Ward and Breeze Easy teamed up to […]

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Seclusive, $1.05 Million Half Brother To Honor Code, Set For Racing Debut

The expectations for Lanes’ End Farm stallion Honor Code are high and his first crop were met with favor in the sales ring last year. In Saturday’s third race at Fair Grounds in New Orleans, La., the 2015 Eclipse Award winner and Grade 1-winning multimillionaire’s half-brother Seclusive will make his career debut for trainer Joe […]

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Laurel Park: Late Night Pow Wow Seeks Eighth Straight Win

Breeze Easy LLC’s Grade 3 winner Late Night Pow Wow will face five rivals in her bid for a fifth straight stakes victory and eighth consecutive win overall in Saturday’s $100,000 What a Summer at Laurel Park in Maryland. The 33rd running of the six-furlong What a Summer for fillies and mares 4 and up leads […]

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My Miss Tapit Tops Record-Grossing Fasig-Tipton Horses Of Racing Age Sale

The intent of the Fasig-Tipton July Selected Horse of Racing Age Sale is evident in its title, but the top of the market was dominated on Monday by the kind of long-term planning commonly seen at a breeding stock sale. Fillies with the pages and race records to set up future broodmare careers accounted for […]

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