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Cherry Wine Has Gone From Racehorse To Hunter, Jumper, Barrel Racer, And ‘Heart Horse’

With an abundance of dapples adorning Cherry Wine’s gray coat, further complemented by his flowy mane and forelock, the Dale Romans-trained colt was a big hit with fans and photographers during his four-year racing campaign. So it wasn’t surprising 15 months after Cherry Wine ran his final race, there was considerable reaction on Twitter when […]

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Turf Star, Sire Paddy O’Prado Dies In Turkey Following Paddock Accident

Paddy O’Prado, a Grade 1 winner and classic-placed runner, died in Turkey prior to the 2018 breeding season following a paddock injury, BloodHorse reports. The son of El Prado was exported to Turkey at the conclusion of the 2017 U.S. breeding season, and resided at Evicmen Harasi for the remainder of the year. However, an […]

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C. S. Incharge Gives Romans An Oaks Candidate With Suncoast Victory

It may have taken five starts for C. S. Incharge to find the winner’s circle, but the 3-year-old Take Charge Indy filly seems to have found it to her liking. This Saturday’s $150,000 Suncoast Stakes at Tampa Bay Downs was her first start since breaking her maiden in January, and C. S. Incharge had to […]

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Stanford, Madefromlucky Top Field Of Nine In $400,000 Poseidon

Charles Town Classic (G2) and Harlan’s Holiday (G3) winner Stanford and Todd Pletcher stablemate Madefromlucky top a field of nine older horses entered in the inaugural running of Saturday’s $400,000 Poseidon Saturday at Gulfstream Park. The Poseidon, one of seven stakes on a 12-race program highlighted by the $12 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational (G1), […]

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Full Sister To Cherry Wine Wins By 12 1/4 Lengths At Kentucky Downs

A full sister to Preakness runner-up Cherry Wine, Sweeping Paddy broke her maiden in style over Kentucky Downs’ European-style course. The 2-year-old daughter of Paddy O’Prado finished third on the dirt in her first start at Ellis Park for trainer Dale Romans, then romped by 12 1/4 lengths in Saturday’s race over a mile on […]

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Cherry Wine Installed As 5-2 Morning Line Favorite For Indiana Derby

Cherry Wine and Jockey Luis Saez have been tagged as the morning line favorites at odds of 5-2 in the full field of 12 for the 22nd running of the Grade II $500,000-added Indiana Derby at Indiana Grand Saturday, July 16. They will begin their journey from post two for the ninth race on the […]

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Cherry Wine, Suddenbreakingnews Head 46 Nominations To Indiana Derby

A total of 46 3-year-olds have been nominated to the 22nd running of the Grade II $500,000-added Indiana Derby at Indiana Grand Racing & Casino. The race, contested at one and one-sixteenth miles, will headline a stellar program set for Saturday, July 16 featuring six stakes and purses in excess of $1 million. Heading the […]

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Nyquist Possible To Face Gun Runner In Haskell

Monmouth Park president Bob Kulina told app.com that he is “cautiously optimistic” that Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist would be making the trip east for the Grade 1 Haskell Invitational on July 31. The sophomore son of Uncle Mo hasn’t run since finishing third in the Preakness, after which he came down with a fever and […]

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Creator Brings The Rain In 2016 Belmont Stakes

WinStar Farm and Bobby Flay’s Creator nosed out Destin to win the 148th running of the Grade 1 Belmont Stakes, covering the 12 furlongs in 2:28.51 over Belmont Park’s fast main track. Just after the son of Tapit crossed the wire, rains began to fall over the Belmont oval, drenching the connections in the winner’s […]

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