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Spendthrift Farm Announces Five New Stallions For 2020

B. Wayne Hughes’ Spendthrift Farm has announced five new stallions for the 2020 breeding season, including Breeders’ Cup Classic contender Vino Rosso, last year’s undefeated 2-year-old Maximus Mischief and five-time graded stakes winner Coal Front. Spendthrift previously announced it will stand Horse of the Year contender Mitole and Grade 1 Arkansas Derby winner Omaha Beach. […]

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Super John Takes The Scenic Route To Impressive Maiden Win At Laurel

When the competition was nowhere to be found, D. J. Stable and Cash is King’s promising 2-year-old Super John went looking for it himself. Eight lengths in front of his closest pursuer with the length of the stretch still ahead, Super John drifted toward the outside rail approaching the wire before being corrected by jockey […]

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Champion Jaywalk Rebounds In Delaware Oaks

The 2018 2-year-old filly champion Jaywalk impressively notched her first victory of the year in the mile and a sixteenth $300,000 Grade III Delaware Oaks today. With Joe Bravo aboard, the daughter of Cross Traffic owned by D. J. Stable and Cash is King won by nine lengths and returned $4.80 as the second choice […]

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Maximus Mischief Retired, Stud Plans To Be Determined

Maximus Mischief, the winner of last year’s Grade 2 Remsen Stakes, has been retired from racing due to a soft tissue injury, Daily Racing Form reports. Trainer Butch Reid told DRF’s Jay Privman that the 3-year-old Into Mischief colt was taken out of training following the G2 Holy Bull Stakes at Gulfstream Park on Feb. […]

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Gross Up, Average And Median Down At OBS March Sale

The 2019 edition of the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co. March 2-Year-Olds In Training Sale saw unprecedented bounty at the very top of the market, but mid-level trade took a step back in the juvenile auction season’s first event. The two-day auction saw 309 horses sold for revenues of $44,422,500, up 5 percent from last year’s final […]

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‘Cool As A Cucumber’: Maximus Mischief’s Connections Look Forward To The Future

One day after posting a win in his stakes debut in Aqueduct’s Grade 2, $250,000 Remsen, trainer Robert Reid, Jr. said Maximus Mischief came out of his 2 ¼-length score in good order and shipped back well to his home base at Parx in Bensalem, Pennsylvania. “It looked like he came out of the race […]

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Maximus Mischief All Business In Remsen

Cash is King and LC Racing’s Maximus Mischief scored his first 10 points on the Road to the Kentucky Derby on Saturday, capturing Aqueduct’s G2 Remsen Stakes by 2 1/4 lengths as the 7-5 second choice. The 2-year-old son of Into Mischief, ridden by Frankie Pennington for trainer Robert Reid, covered nine furlongs over the […]

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Juvenile Fillies: Jaywalk ‘Runs Them Off Their Feet’ For John Servis

John Servis hasn’t had a Breeders’ Cup starter since sending Jostle out to a ninth-place finish in the 2000 Distaff, though he’s enjoyed considerable success at Churchill Downs, host track of the 2018 world championships. Servis won the 2004 Kentucky Derby with Smarty Jones and the 2016 Kentucky Oaks with Cathryn Sophia. Servis made good […]

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Full Circle: Diamond King Is Zacney’s First Preakness Horse Since 2005 Winner Afleet Alex

When he steps into the starting gate for the 143rd Preakness next Saturday, Diamond King will have brought Chuck Zacney full circle. Diamond King will be the first Preakness starter for Zacney, managing partner of co-owner Cash is King, since the syndicate won in 2005 with Afleet Alex – the first horse it ever purchased. It will […]

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Ms Locust Point Makes It Four Wins In A Row With Barbara Fritchie

Cash is King and Jim Reichenberg’s Ms Locust Point pushed her win streak to four races with her fourth career stakes victory and first graded triumph in Saturday’s $300,000 Barbara Fritchie (G2) at snowy Laurel Park. The 66th running of the Barbara Fritchie for fillies and mares 4 and older and the 42nd renewal of the $250,000 General George […]

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