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Champion Jaywalk ‘Like A Bear’ In Final Breeze Before Kentucky Oaks

D. J. Stable and Cash is King’s champion Jaywalk, third in the $500,000 Central Bank Ashland (G1) here on April 6, tuned up for the May 3 Kentucky Oaks (G1) by working 5 furlongs in :59.20 over a fast main track Thursday morning at Keeneland. The workout, originally targeted for Friday, was moved up a day […]

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Zacney, Servis Scripting Oaks Run For Champion Jaywalk

Eclipse Award champion Jaywalk is working toward a 3-year-old debut in the G2 Davona Dale at Gulfstream Park on March 2, according to Horse Racing Nation. D.J. Stable and Chuck Zacney’s Breeders’ Cup-winning daughter of Cross Traffic is expected to move from that seven-furlong start to the G1 Ashland Stakes at Keeneland, following the same path […]

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Keeneland Catalogs 4,145 Over 12 Sessions For November Breeding Stock Sale

Keeneland has cataloged 4,145 horses for its 2017 November Breeding Stock Sale, the world’s largest and most important sale of its kind, to be held Nov. 7-18. Headlining the November Sale catalog are graded stakes winners and graded stakes producers, led by champion Stellar Wind and Grade 1 stakes winners Lady Eli, Cathryn Sophia, Her Emmynency, […]

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G1 Winners Cathryn Sophia, Her Emmynency To Be Offered At Keeneland November

Kentucky Oaks (G1) winner Cathryn Sophia and Her Emmynency, winner of the Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup (G1) at Keeneland, have been consigned by Bedouin Bloodstock to Keeneland’s 2017 November Breeding Stock Sale, which begins Nov. 7. Both mares are carrying their first foals, both by leading sire Pioneerof the Nile. Millionaire Cathryn Sophia confirmed […]

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KY Oaks Heroine Cathryn Sophia Named 2016 Maryland-Bred Horse Of The Year

Grade 1 winner and Eclipse Award finalist Cathryn Sophia was named 2016 Maryland-bred Horse of the Year, champion 3-year-old filly and champion sprinter in the annual poll conducted by the Maryland Horse Breeders Association. The daughter of Street Boss, bred by Robert T. Manfuso and campaigned throughout her career by Chuck Zacney’s Cash is King […]

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KY Oaks Heroine Cathryn Sophia Voted Top Midlantic-Bred For 2016

Maryland-bred Cathryn Sophia has earned the Mid-Atlanic Thoroughbred/The Racing Biz Top Midlantic-bred for 2016. Stellar Wind’s bid to repeat as the top horse bred in the mid-Atlantic fell just short. Instead, it is Maryland-bred Cathryn Sophia who earns the laurels as the Mid-Atlanic Thoroughbred/The Racing Biz Top Midlantic-bred for 2016. Cathryn Sophia finished just ahead […]

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Baffled, Dam Of Constitution, Tops Fasig-Tipton November Sale For $3.5 Million; Arrogate Dam $4.7 Million RNA

Fasig-Tipton concluded its annual November Sale on Monday night with significant increases across the board. Its gross sales of $53,652,000 jumped 22.9 percent over the 2015 auction, while the average price of $616,690 was up 29.9 percent. The median price of $375,000 rose a staggering 59.6 percent. The percentage of horses failing to attain their […]

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Cathryn Sophia Out Of Breeders’ Cup Following Elevated White Blood Count, Entered In Auction

Kentucky Oaks winning millionaire Cathryn Sophia will not be pointed towards the Breeders’ Cup. Trainer John Servis commented, “Her white blood count was a little high after the Grade 1 Cotillion Stakes. I watched her very closely after the race and actually she recovered from that remarkably fast. I gave her a little work yesterday which […]

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Cathryn Sophia, Off The Tracks Among Stars To Sell At Fasig-Tipton November

Fasig-Tipton has catalogued 160 selected offerings for The November Sale, the company’s premier mixed sale to be held in Lexington, Kentucky on Monday, November 7. The single-session sale will begin at 5 pm. “Our goal each year for the November Sale is to assemble a catalogue of outstanding quality that will appeal to buyers from […]

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Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Fall Yearling Sale Average Jumps 25 Percent

Fasig-Tipton enjoyed substantial gains in average price and gross revenue at its annual Midlantic Fall Yearling Sale at the state fairgrounds in Timonium, Md., on Tuesday. Buoyed by a $450,000 Curlin colt and $290,000 Uncle Mo filly – both prices higher than last year’s $200,000 sale topper – a total of 268 yearlings were sold […]

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