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Kentucky Derby Winner Super Saver, Daredevil Sold To Stand In Turkey

Daredevil and Super Saver have been acquired by the Turkish Jockey Club and are relocating to Turkey, pending export requirements, WinStar Farm announced. In the agreement, there is a provision allowing for a return to the U.S. upon completion of their stud careers. “The Turkish Jockey Club has done extremely well with Victory Gallop, who […]

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Dual-Surface Grade 1 Winner Yoshida Retired To WinStar Farm

Yoshida (JPN), a Grade 1 winner on dirt and turf, has been retired and will stand the upcoming breeding season at WinStar Farm. He will stand for $20,000 S&N. Owned by WinStar Farm, China Horse Club, and Head of Plains Partners and trained by Bill Mott, Yoshida earned $2,505,770 in a sensational racing career. A […]

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Grade 1 Winner Audible Retired, To Stand At WinStar Farm In 2020

Audible, Into Mischief’s Grade 1 Florida Derby winner, has been retired and will enter stud at WinStar Farm for the 2020 breeding season. One of the most consistent 3-year-olds of his generation, Audible was never off the board in five stakes with three stakes wins in his sophomore season for owners WinStar Farm, China Horse […]

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New York Central Hoping To Bounce Back In G3 De Francis Memorial Dash

WinStar Farm, China Horse Club and SF Racing’s Grade 3 winner New York Central, freshened off a disappointing effort last time out, returns to Maryland with a chance to rediscover his winning form in Saturday’s Grade 3 Xpressbet Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash at Laurel Park. The 28th running of the six-furlong De Francis […]

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Baffert, Churchill, Maryland Jockey Club React To Story Of Justify’s Positive Scopolamine Test

In the wake of a New York Times story revealing that 2018 Triple Crown winner Justify tested positive for scopolamine after the Santa Anita Derby, trainer Bob Baffert and his attorney are pushing back against implications Baffert administered the substance to the colt intentionally. Baffert released the following statement on Thursday: “I unequivocally reject any […]

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‘About What We Expected’: Steady Returns Kick Off Yearling Season At Fasig-Tipton July Sale

There were a wide range of unique forces working for and against a successful renewal of the Fasig-Tipton July Selected Yearling Sale on Tuesday, ranging from the momentum of a record-setting juvenile market this spring to the uncertainty over the state of racing in southern California. When it all shook out, the returns generally came […]

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Two Last Words Is First Winner For WinStar Farm’s Commissioner

Two Last Words, a 2-year-old by WinStar Farm’s multiple graded stakes winner Commissioner, won at first asking at Indiana Grand on Friday, becoming his sire’s first winner. Owned by Deann Baer and bred in Indiana by Deann and Greg Baer, Two Last Words broke alertly under jockey Jose Riquelme and challenged for early supremacy in […]

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‘Cooperative’ Improbable Records Final Breeze Before Kentucky Derby

As Elliott Walden pondered what he had just witnessed from Improbable during the colt’s final serious workout in advance of the Kentucky Derby, the CEO and President of WinStar Farm couldn’t help but get hit with a pretty ambitious case of déjà vu. “He’s feeling good and I think (trainer) Bob (Baffert) has him right […]

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Kentucky Derby Museum’s Fan Fest Celebrates 100 Years Of Triple Crown

The Kentucky Derby Museum proudly kicks off Derby week with our 4th annual Fan Fest Presented by Watson’s. Join us as we celebrate 100 years of the Triple Crown, from Sir Barton to Justify. A panel discussion moderated by leading TVG racing analyst, Caton Bredar, will feature Justify’s jockey, Mike Smith, trainer Bob Baffert and […]

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Churchill Downs Brings Back Champions Day To Celebrate Triple Crown’s 100th Anniversary

Churchill Downs’ second annual Champions Day presented by Twinspires.com will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Triple Crown and honor its winners on Tuesday of Derby week. In addition to a full day of racing, Triple Crown-winning jockeys, trainers and owners will sign autographs; fans can have their photos taken with rarely seen Triple Crown memorabilia […]

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