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After Disappointing Davona Dale, Champion Jaywalk ‘Will Be Ready In May’

Cash is King and D.J. Stable’s multiple Grade 1 winner Jaywalk, the juvenile filly champion of 2018, exited her fourth-place finish in the $200,000 Davona Dale (G2) in good order, trainer John Servis reported Sunday morning. The one-mile Davona Dale marked the sophomore debut of Jaywalk, favored at 1-5 in a field of seven 3-year-old […]

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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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Five Mares That Took Cross Traffic To The Top Of The Freshman Sire Standings

Eclipse Award finalist Jaywalk’s $1.3 million in earnings alone would have ensured that her sire, Cross Traffic, would finish at least second in the 2018 freshman standings by earnings. A strong performance by the rest of the stallion’s debut crop made sure he finished comfortably on top. Though there was a clear leader among Cross […]

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BC Juvenile Fillies Champ Jaywalk Back To Work; Targeting March Debut

D J Stable and Cash is King’s Jaywalk, the front-runner to earn an Eclipse Award as champion 2-year-old filly of 2019, returned to the work tab Friday morning to begin preparations for her sophomore campaign. Trainer John Servis was on hand at Palm Meadows, Gulfstream Park’s satellite training facility in Palm Beach County, to see […]

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Bloodlines Presented By Editorial, A Climax Stallion: Top Freshman Sires Of 2018

The leading freshmen sires of 2018 were notable on a couple of counts, and not the least of these is that the leader is the Unbridled’s Song stallion Cross Traffic, sire of the likely juvenile champion filly Jaywalk and the first son of his fabled sire to lead a national sire list in North America. […]

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Colts By Peace And Justice, Munnings On Top At Fasig-Tipton Midlantic December Mixed Sale

First crop weanling sire Peace and Justice held the top two spots in Timonium, Md. on Tuesday at the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic December Mixed & Horses of Racing Age sale. The sale topper was a colt from the first crop of Peace and Justice. LEB purchased Hip 141 for $87,000 from the consignment of Northview Stallion Station, agent. […]

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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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‘Visibly Impressive’ Frizette Win Has Jaywalk Strolling Toward Breeders’ Cup

Leonard Green and Cash is King Stable’s Jaywalk came out of her gate-to-wire 5 ¾-length victory in Sunday’s Grade 1, $400,000 Frizette for 2-year-old fillies in good order, trainer John Servis said by phone Monday morning. Jaywalk led the seven-horse field on the fast Belmont main track, going a quarter-mile in 22.63 seconds and the […]

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Spendthrift Farm Announces 2019 Stud Fees, Led By Into Mischief At $150,000

B. Wayne Hughes’ Spendthrift Farm announced 2019 fees for its 25-stallion roster set to stand at the Lexington-based farm this upcoming breeding season. Among the roster are three new stallions for 2019, and Spendthrift’s stallion ranks are again spearheaded at the top by leading sire Into Mischief, whose fee has moved to $150,000 S&N and […]

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Goldencents, Cairo Prince Keep Freshman Sire Race Close Heading Into Fall

The freshman sire class of 2018 has been an evenly-matched group reaching back to when their first weanlings entered the sale ring. Heading into the fall slate of the 2-year-old stakes calendar, the group once again appears primed for another close finish by first-crop earnings. Heading into mid-September, the race has become especially tight between […]

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