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Canadian Champion Conquest Enforcer Euthanized Due To Bladder Stone

Canadian champion Conquest Enforcer was euthanized on Dec. 26 due to complications from a bladder stone, owner John Guarnere announced on Twitter. The 5-year-old Into Mischief horse was in Ocala, Fla., for a freshening with sights on a January return to the races when a stone was found to be disturbing his urine flow. A […]

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Conquest Farenheit Retired To Ballena Vista Farm In California

Conquest Farenheit, a multiple stakes winning son of Scat Daddy, has been retired and will stand at Ballena Vista Farm for an introductory fee of $3,000 live foal as the property of Rockingham Ranch and Chad Littlefield. After breaking his maiden by five lengths as a juvenile, he was Grade 2 stakes placed in his […]

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Former Jockey Hernandez: ‘What Kind Of A Horse’ Is Conquest Mo Money?

When Conquest Mo Money defeated the Doug O’Neill-trained California shipper Irap in last Saturday’s Mine That Bird Derby at Sunland Park, his trainer Miguel Hernandez was understandably thrilled. Formerly a very successful jockey on the local circuit, Hernandez suffered a broken back in 2013 that brought his 33-year riding career to an end, according to […]

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Keeneland November Sale Concludes With Slight Declines

Keeneland’s November Breeding Stock Sale concluded Sunday with solid results that further recent trends toward selectivity and strength in the top and middle markets. Spirited competition among the world’s top buyers for quality individuals resulted in the sale of 19 horses for $1 million or more, highlighted by the $3.8 million paid for 2010 Breeders’ […]

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Half Sister To Classic Empire Brings $1.075M To Lead Gains In 7th Keeneland November Session

Lighting up the board Monday at the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale was Hip 2305, Uptown Twirl, a 3-year-old filly by Twirling Candy out of Sambuca Classica that sold for $1.075 million. The stakes-winning filly is a half sister to 2016 G1 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner, Classic Empire, and was purchased by Three Chimneys. “It […]

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Stellar Wind, Lady Eli Among 4,762 Cataloged For Keeneland November

Keeneland has cataloged 4,762 horses for its world-renowned 2016 November Breeding Stock Sale, to be held Nov. 8-20. In 2015, the November Sale sold the world’s highest-priced Thoroughbred at public auction for the year and registered a North American record price for a weanling for the second consecutive year. November Sale catalogs are available on […]

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‘I Don’t Stay In Things A Long Time’: Conquest Stables’ Semersky Reveals Reason For Dispersal

Late last week, Conquest Stables’ Ernie Semersky and Dory Newell announced that they planned on getting out of horse racing and would disperse all of their racing and breeding stock at the Keeneland November sale later this year. At the time, Semersky cited “personal reasons” for the decision. Over the weekend, Semersky sat down with a […]

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Conquest Stables Announces Complete Dispersal Of Stock At Keeneland November

Conquest Stables, a multiple graded stakes winning owner, has announced that it will have a complete dispersal of racing and breeding stock at the Keeneland November Sale this fall. Lane’s End will act as consignor for Conquest Stables, LLC. “When we launched Conquest Stables just four years ago, our goal was to build an operation that […]

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BC Juvenile Notes: Rivelli’s Cocked And Loaded ‘Doing Perfectly’

Richard Ravin and Patricia’s Hope’s Cocked and Loaded, a winner last out in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile ‘Win and You’re In’ Iroquois Stakes at Churchill Downs, is impressing trainer Larry Rivelli with his progress since his aforementioned Sept. 12 victory. A winner of three of five, including the Tremont Stakes in June, the son of […]

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$250,000 Colts By Candy Ride, Street Boss Top Fasig-Tipton October Session

A pair of $250,000 colts – one by Candy Ride and the other by Street Boss – were the highest-priced offerings during Tuesday’s second session of the four-day Fasig-Tipton October Fall Yearling Sale in Lexington, Ky. The top eight prices were for colts, after Monday’s opening session saw a $340,000 filly by Scat Daddy lead the […]

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