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Mind Your Biscuits ‘Perfect,’ Thunder Snow ‘Fresh’ Ahead Of Breeders’ Cup Engagements

With just two weeks until the Breeders’ Cup World Championships returns to Churchill Downs for a record-equaling ninth time, locally-based contenders Mind Your Biscuits, Seeking the Soul, Thunder Snow (IRE), Whitmore and Wonder Gadot logged their penultimate breezes for the Nov. 2-3 championship event on a chilly Friday morning beneath the historic Twin Spires. Mind […]

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Mind Your Biscuits Back On The Work Tab At Churchill Downs

Last out winner of the Lukas Classic by 4 1/2 lengths, Mind Your Biscuits returned to the work tab for the first time since that victory on Friday. The 5-year-old son of Posse covered five furlongs at Churchill Downs in 1:00 2/5, according to “Just kind of let him stretch his legs. He’s been wanting to […]

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‘All In’: Breeders’ Cup To Launch Digital Docuseries Oct. 22 On Facebook

Breeders’ Cup, one of Thoroughbred racing’s most prestigious international events, today announces its first-ever digital docuseries. Titled “ALL IN: The Road to the Classic,” the seven-part series will debut on Facebook Watch on October 22 with subsequent episodes premiering over the following days.  The docuseries will offer an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at the competitive and career-making journeys of the owners, trainers, […]

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‘Wait And See’: Breeders’ Cup Options Remain Wide Open For ‘Biscuits’

Trainer Chad Summers was visibly more relaxed Sunday morning at Churchill Downs following Mind Your Biscuits’ comfortable 4 ¾-length victory over Toast of New York in Saturday’s $200,000 Lukas Classic Presented by Budweiser (Grade III) but the 33-year-old conditioner has a major decision that is still pending: which Breeders’ Cup race will his brilliant 5-year-old […]

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Mind Your Biscuits Seeks First Two-Turn Victory In Lukas Classic

Mind Your Biscuits, the brilliant Grade I-winning sprinter who finished second to Diversify in Saratoga’s Grade I Whitney in his first race beyond one mile, will attempt to land his first win around two turns and a possible spot in the Breeders’ Cup Classic when he headlines a field of eight older horses in Saturday night’s sixth running […]

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Mind Your Biscuits Works Toward Lukas Classic, Breeders’ Cup

Multiple Grade I winner Mind Your Biscuits logged his final breeze on Friday prior to the Sept. 29, $200,000 Lukas Classic (Grade III) with a five-furlong move in 1:02 at Churchill Downs. With jockey Tyler Gaffalione aboard, Mind Your Biscuits worked at 5:45 a.m. through splits of :13.40, :25.80 and :38 prior to galloping out six furlongs in 1:15.40 and seven furlongs in 1:29.40, […]

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Mind Your Biscuits Arrives At Churchill For Breeders’ Cup Prep

Multiple Grade I winner and the richest New York-bred in history Mind Your Biscuits arrived at Churchill Downs early Thursday morning to begin training towards the $200,000 Lukas Classic (Grade III) on Sept. 29, a race that trainer Chad Summers hopes catapults the 5-year-old horse to a Breeders’ Cup victory. “The goal has always been to win the Breeders’ Cup,” Summers said. […]

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Churchill Downs’ September Meet Kicks Off With $5.275 Million In Prize Money

Horse racing on the Kentucky circuit shifts to Churchill Downs on Friday (Sept. 14) with a 10-race program at 12:45 p.m. (all times Eastern) as the famed Louisville racetrack opens its sixth September Meet for an action-packed 11-date run through Sunday, Sept. 30. This year’s three-week, boutique race meeting, presented by Commonwealth Technology, will feature […]

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‘I Think He’ll Do Anything’: Options Open For Whitney Runner-Up Mind Your Biscuits

After little to no sleep – and having watched the replay of Saturday’s race “78 times” – trainer Chad Summers couldn’t be happier with Grade 1 Whitney runner-up Mind Your Biscuits following his 3 ½-length finish behind Diversify in the 1 1/8-mile route. The 5-year-old by Posse made his patented closing move in an effort […]

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