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Cosequin Presents Aftercare Spotlight: Cherishing Land And Horse

For anyone looking for a feel-good horse to get behind this Breeders’ Cup weekend, here’s a mare who just might fit the bill. Her name is Cambodia, and while she was never expected to even look through a starting gate, she’ll be breaking from one on Saturday in the $2 million Breeders’ Cup Filly and […]

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Breeders’ Cup Countdown Presented By DRF Bets: Gift From A Friend

This week, we’ll be counting down to the Breeders’ Cup world championships with a mix of history about first-time host Del Mar, behind-the-scenes perspectives about getting ready for a big race, stories about connections, handicapping tips info and more. Breeders’ Cup Connections Revisited: Cambodia’s ‘Incredible Journey’ To F&M Turf Chelsea Hackbarth A high-quality boarding facility and […]

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Cambodia Makes It Two In A Row At Del Mar In John C. Mabee

Don Robinson’s Winter Quarter Farm homebred Cambodia took her second graded stake in a row at Del Mar on Saturday, storming to the lead around the far turn and racing gamely down the stretch to win the Grade 2 John C. Mabee Stakes by three-quarters of a length. It is also her third graded victory […]

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Cambodia Digs In For Yellow Ribbon Score

Winter Quarter Farm’s Cambodia had to dig in for the final 100 yards of Saturday’s G2 Yellow Ribbon Handicap, but was able to hold off the fast-closing Pretty Girl by three-quarters of a length to earn her second graded stakes victory. Guided by Drayden Van Dyke for trainer Tom Proctor, the 5-year-old daughter of War […]

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Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: Investing In A ‘High-Level Blue Collar Family’

A catalog page for Don Robinson would read like that of one of the blue-blooded Thoroughbreds his Winter Quarter Farm has become known for. His grandmother Mrs. Silas B. Mason operated a farm in Lexington named Duntreath in the 1920s, racing colts like Santa Anita Derby winner He Did — famous for side-swiping Seabiscuit at […]

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Cambodia Breaks Through In Gallorette

Winter Quarter Farm’s Cambodia, narrowly beaten in three straight stakes to open the year, became a stakes winner for the first time Saturday at historic Pimlico Race Course in the 66th running of the $150,000 Stella Artois Gallorette (G3) for fillies and mares 3 and older. Jockey Florent Geroux guided Cambodia ($11.20) from the far […]

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