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Oaks Winner Takes On Juvenile Filly Champ In Acorn Stakes

Grade 1 Kentucky Oaks winner Monomoy Girl will try to maintain her perfect 3-year-old season in the one mile, Grade 1, $700,000 Acorn presented by Nassau County IDA, as part of a field of seven in Race 4 on Belmont Stakes Day at Belmont Park. The multiple Grade 1 winner will make her Belmont debut […]

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After ‘Building Block’ 2018 Debut, Champion Caledonia Road Set To Battle Kentucky Oaks Winner In Acorn

Reigning 2-year-old champion filly Caledonia Road continues to progress on her journey back to stakes company in the Grade 1, $700,000 Acorn for sophomore fillies at a mile on June 9, where she’s expected to face Grade 1 Kentucky Oaks winner Monomoy Girl and two-time Grade 1 winner Moonshine Memories, among others. The 3-year-old Quality […]

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Champion Caledonia Road Workmanlike In First Start Of 2018

Following her win in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies, champion Caledonia Road had a chip removed from her ankle. According to drf.com, the daughter of Quality Road also came down with a minor illness in March, further delaying her sophomore debut. On Sunday, trainer Ralph Nicks sent Caledonia Road to post as the heavy favorite in […]

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Champion Caledonia Road Has Final Florida Breeze; Pointing For Belmont’s Acorn

Caledonia Road, the 2017 Eclipse Award-winning 2-year-old filly, breezed five furlongs Thursday in 1:01.25 at Palm Meadows, Gulfstream Park’s training facility in Palm Beach County. Trained by Ralph Nicks, Caledonia Road has breezed six times in preparation for her 2018 debut, which had been postponed after undergoing surgery to remove a small ankle chip. “She […]

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BC Juvenile Filly Winners Top Keeneland Opening Weekend Nominations

Two 2017 Breeders’ Cup winners – champion Caledonia Road, who won the 14 Hands Winery Juvenile Fillies (G1), and the undefeated Rushing Fall, winner of the Juvenile Fillies Turf (G1) – headline the list of horses nominated to six graded stakes that are part of eight stakes to be run during the April 6-8 opening […]

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World Approval Announced As 2017 Florida-Bred Horse Of The Year

The Florida Thoroughbred Breeders’ and Owners’ Association recognized their Florida-bred champions for 2017 at their annual Awards Banquet and Gala held at the Circle Square Cultural Center Ballroom in Ocala Monday night. The star of the night was Eclipse Award-winning Champion Turf Horse World Approval, who took home several additional trophies on the evening including the hardware […]

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90 Early Nominations For 144th Running Of Kentucky Oaks

Champion 2-year-old filly Caledonia Road, winner of the $2 million Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies (Grade I) in November, tops the roster of 90 early nominations to the $1 million Longines Kentucky Oaks (GI), America’s premier race for 3-year-old fillies that will be run at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky., on Friday, May 4. Also nominated […]

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Champion Juvenile Filly Caledonia Road Among 82 Ashland Stakes Nominees

The 3-year-old fillies who are the respective first- and second-leading point earners on the Road to the Kentucky Oaks (G1) – recent Rachel Alexandra (G2) winner Monomoy Girl and champion Caledonia Road –– headline the nominees for the $500,000 Central Bank Ashland (G1) on April 7, opening Saturday of Keeneland’s 2018 Spring Meet. The 1 […]

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Champion Caledonia Road Returns To Work Tab; Breezes Three Furlongs At Palm Meadows

Without a definitive starting point in mind, 2017 champion 2-year-old filly Caledonia Road continues to make steady progress toward her sophomore debut. Zoom and Fish Stable, Charlie Spiring and Newtown Anner Stud’s Caledonia Road breezed an easy three furlongs in 38.45 seconds Wednesday morning at Palm Meadows, Gulfstream Park’s satellite training facility in Palm Beach […]

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Caledonia Road’s Sophomore Debut Delayed Due To Ankle Chip

Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies’ winner Caledonia Road will have her 2018 debut delayed slightly after having surgery to remove a chip from a front ankle. The Daily Racing Form reports that the chip was discovered several days after her successful Breeders’ Cup run. “She seemed to come out of the Breeders’ Cup fine, but eight days later […]

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