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Eclipse Award-Winning Turkoman Euthanized At 34

The 1986 Eclipse Award-winning champion older male, Turkoman, was euthanized Wednesday at the age of 34. According to the Daily Racing Form, the son of Alydar had suffered from ongoing issues in his hind end. The winner of eight of his 22 starts, including the G1 Marlboro Cup and G1 Widener Handicap in 1986, Turkoman […]

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Krikorian Thinking ‘Big’ With Dynaformer Stallion Now Standing In California

When Big Score rallied from more than seven lengths back under jockey Flavien Prat to win a one-mile maiden race for 2-year-olds on turf at Del Mar on Sunday, I glanced down at my program to look at the colt’s pedigree. Bred in Kentucky by George Krikorian and carrying his magenta, black and silver silks […]

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Salute The Sarge Sold, To Stand In Saudi Arabia

Multiple graded stakes winner Salute the Sarge has been sold and will stand the 2016 breeding season in Saudi Arabia. The Daily Racing Form reports that the 10-year-old stallion by Forest Wildcat had previously stood at E.A. Ranches in Ramona, California. Salute the Sarge has sired four crops of racing age, and his most notable runners include multiple […]

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Salute the Sarge Relocating to E.A. Ranches

Salute the Sarge, a brilliant multiple graded stakes winner at age two, will relocate to E.A. Ranches in Ramona, California for the 2015 season. The son of Forest Wildcat — Dixie Ghost by Silver Ghost, dominated the Grade-2 Best Pal Stakes and Grade-3 Hollywood Juvenile Championship, and finished second in the Del Mar Futurity and […]

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