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Some 200 Horses Seek Refuge From Hurricane Florence In Aiken

Farms near Aiken, S.C. have taken in roughly 200 horses from the coastal Carolinas in anticipation of Hurricane Florence. The Blood-Horse reported the refugees are mostly show horses and polo ponies seeking shelter ahead of the storm. Aiken is far enough inland it doesn’t often experience significant damage from storms, according to Dogwood Stable’s Jack […]

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Back to the 80s: The Record-Setting Yearling

Although attendees likely didn’t know it at the time, the 1985 Keeneland July Sale was the beginning of one era and the end of another. The bullish numbers sellers enjoyed in the early part of the 1980s were over, but they went out with a bang as a bidding war resulted in a record sale […]

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Palace Malice Commands the Competition in New Orleans ‘Cap

Dogwood Stable’s Palace Malice, unsuccessful in two starts in New Orleans last season during his sophomore season, returned as a grownup this year to capture Saturday’s Grade II New Orleans Handicap at Fair Grounds Race & Slots by 4 ¾-lengths as the choice of the fans. After winning last year’s Belmont Stakes, Palace Malice ran […]

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Palace Malice Powers Home to Win Gulfstream Park Handicap

Palace Malice opened his 4-year-old season in dramatic fashion, surging in deep stretch after being passed by two horses to win the $250,000 Gulfstream Park Handicap (G2) on Saturday. Making his first start since finishing sixth in the Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) on Nov. 2, Belmont Stakes (G1) winner Palace Malice hit the wire in […]

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Turfway Park: Ownership Group to Help Fund Health Screenings

In 2012, Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners formed a charitable partnership with the Susan G. Komen Greater Cincinnati Affiliate whereby a percentage of race earnings won by the company’s star filly, In Lingerie, were donated to the charity. As In Lingerie put forth victories in the Black Eyed Susan and Spinster Stakes she helped execute on Eclipse […]

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The Breeders’ Cup Forum: Cot Campbell

On Sept. 28, 1960, Boston Red Sox great Ted Williams stepped into the batter’s box at Fenway Park for the final plate appearance of a Hall of Fame career that put him among the greatest players to ever wear a major league baseball uniform. Williams looked at the first pitch, missed the second, then launched […]

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Smith and Palace Malice Rule Jim Dandy Field

In what his connections called his best performance to date, favored Palace Malice pounced on pacesetter Moreno at the top of the stretch and went onto a convincing one-length victory over Will Take Charge on Saturday in the Grade 2, $600,000 Jim Dandy at Saratoga Race Course. The victory appeared to set up Palace Malice […]

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Horses Escape Injury in Fire at Aiken Training Track

A fire wiped out part of the Dogwood Stable barn at the Aiken Training Track in South Carolina on Saturday, according to Dogwood Stable vice president and communications director Jack Sadler. All 21 horses stabled in the barn at the time were evacuated safely, and are being moved to alternate stabling nearby. “Arrangements for stalls […]

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Palace Malice, Persistence Make ‘Great Moment’ for Campbell

Pete Vuckovich will never make the Baseball Hall of Fame for what he did on the playing field: 93 wins, 69 losses, a career earned run average of 3.66. But he’s already in the sports cliché Hall of Fame for this gem, which he supposedly said to a cousin as a life’s lesson: “Show me […]

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Highly-regarded juvenile, Palace Malice, sidelined

Dogwood Stable’s high-regarded juvenile, Palace Malice, has bucked a shin and will not run in the Three Chimneys Hopeful Stakes (gr. II) Sept. 3. The Thoroughbred Times reports that the colt, from the first crop of two-time Horse of the Year Curlin, emerged from a Monday breeze with a ‘pronounced’ bucked shin and will now […]

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