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Preservationist Retired To Airdrie Stud For 2020 Breeding Season

Centennial Farms’ Grade 1-winning Preservationist has been retired from racing and will take up stud duty at Mr. and Mrs. Brereton C. Jones’s Airdrie Stud for the 2020 breeding season. Bred in Kentucky by Emory A. Hamilton, Preservationist was a $485,000 yearling purchase by Centennial before going on to earn the designation as one of […]

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Preservationist Bulls His Way To Woodward Victory

Centennial Farm’s Preservationist showed off his strength of will on Saturday, making his way through a narrow hole and fighting his way to the wire first in the Grade 1 Woodward Stakes. The 6-year-old son of Arch and jockey Junior Alvarado were sent off at 3-1 after a fourth-place finish in the G1 Whitney, but […]

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Medaglia d’Oro Son Japan Retires To Waldorf Farm

Japan, the leading 3-year-old colt by Medaglia d’Oro, will stand stud at Waldorf Farm in North Chatham, New York. His introductory fee for 2016 will be $7,500 stands and nurses. “Japan was the most talented horse I have owned in my 37 years in racing, and he was just beginning to scratch the surface of […]

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Chief Havoc Wires Swaps

Chief Havoc controlled the pace and won the 40th running of the Grade 2 Swaps Stakes at Betfair Hollywood Park on the Fourth of July holiday by 2 1/2 lengths under a heady ride by Rafael Bejarano, defeating Tiz a Minister, Dice Flavor and Java’s War. Trained by Peter Miller and owned by Paul Makin, […]

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The Lane’s End Weekender Pedigree: Verrazano

Now unbeaten in four races, Verrazano made himself one of the chief favorites for the Grade 1 Kentucky Derby with his victory in the Wood Memorial over the Tapit colt Normandy Invasion. Those two, along with Florida Derby winner Orb, Santa Anita Derby winner Goldencents, and a couple more who will be rising to the […]

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Hungry Island Returns a Winner at Keeneland

Emory Hamilton’s Hungry Island kicked off her 2013 season on a winning note with a sharp one-length victory at Keeneland April 7. The win came in the third race on the card on Sunday, a one-mile turf allowance worth $68,000. The 5-year-old mare by More Than Ready faced a field of four which included Karlovy […]

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