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Sugar Shock Streaks to Fantasy Score

One race after being disqualified from first and placed second in the March 8 Honeybee Stakes (G3), On Cloud Nine LLC’s Sugar Shock left no room for doubt with her front-running victory in Saturday’s $400,000 Fantasy Stakes (G3) before an on-track crowd of 19,878. The Fantasy kicked off Oaklawn’s Racing Festival of the South, which […]

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Hollendorfer Eyes G2 Lewis for Shared Belief

CashCall Futurity winner Shared Belief, a leading contender for the Kentucky Derby on May 3, worked five furlongs on Santa Anita’s main track Friday in 1:00.40 under Corey Nakatani. “It was a very nice work, and the last part, a very nice turn of foot,” Jerry Hollendorfer said. “I think we’re going to look at […]

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The Lane’s End Weekender Pedigree: Shared Belief

A number of years ago, one of the favored anti-drug slogans was “Speed kills.” Though questionable for drug deterrence, the slogan is ever so true in horse racing. The horse with the most speed kills his opposition. That was certainly the case with Shared Belief, who scooted home the winner of the Grade 3 Hollywood […]

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Grade 2 Winner Kettle Corn Retired

C R K Stable’s Kettle Corn, winner of the Grade 2 San Diego Handicap, has been retired as the result of an injury. The Daily Racing Form reports that stud plans for the 6-year-old horse by Candy Ride are still being determined. Owned by Lee and Susan Searing and trained by John Sadler, Kettle Corn […]

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It’s All Cool: Looking Cool Edges Betweenhereandcool in Iowa Derby

Looking Cool made the last run a winning one in the Grade 3 Iowa Derby at Prairie Meadows on Saturday night, edging Betweenhereandcool by a neck with a strong stretch run for trainer Carl Nafzger and owner/breeder Jim Tafel. Leandro Goncalves was aboard for the win. Bashaar finished third, with  pacesetter Our Double Play fourth. […]

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Suggestive Boy gives McAnally good shot in Pacific Classic

Ron McAnally has been in the racing game since 1948. The Hall of Fame trainer has seen countless numbers of top quality horses go through his barn-from John Henry to Bayakoa to Candy Ride. The past few years have been a bit quiet for the trainer; he hasn’t had the quality or quantity of good […]

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Dam of Indian Blessing in foal to Misremembered

Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms announced today that Shameful, the dam of multiple champion, Breeders’ Cup winner and 5-time grade 1 winner Indian Blessing, has been pronounced in foal to grade 1-winning millionaire and track record-setter Misremembered, Candy Ride’s leading earner. “Misremembered was a stellar racehorse whom I think has the chance to be a top […]

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Spaniard retired from racing, to stand in Ontario

Stakes placed winner Spaniard has been retired from racing and will stand the 2012 breeding season at Gardiner Farms in Caledon, Ontario.  Spaniard will stand at stud under a partnership of Bar None Ranches Ltd. and Paradox Farms.   The six year old son of Candy Ride will stand for an introductory fee of $3,500 […]

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Video: Taylor Made welcomes season’s first foal

The first foal born at Taylor Made Farm in 2012 was a beautiful bay colt by leading sire CANDY RIDE (ARG) out of NAVIGATOR, a stakes-winning Stormy Atlantic mare.  This is her first foal.   The colt was born at 2:05am on January 16th, 2012.  He is owned by Samantha Siegel’s Jay Em Ess Stable. […]

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