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Fellowship, Dazzling Gem Added To Candidates For Preakness

Steve Landers Racing’s Dazzling Gem and Jacks or Better Farm’s Fellowship were added to the list of Preakness candidates, joining the 1-2-3 Derby finishers, Nyquist, Exaggerator and Gun Runner, as well as Suddenbreakingnews, Brody’s Cause, Creator, Lani, Awesome Speed, Cherry Wine, Collected, Laoban and Stradivari. Dazzling Gem captured his first two career starts at Oaklawn […]

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Sharp Azteca Takes Pat Day Mile For Navarro

Gelfenstein Farm’s Sharp Azteca shot to the lead out of the far turn and never looked back in Saturday’s Grade 3 Pat Day Mile, holding on to win by about two lengths over Forevamo. The one-turn mile over Churchill’s fast main track, restricted to 3-year-olds, was the second graded stakes victory on the card for […]

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Derby Contenders: Brody’s Cause, Fellowship, Tom’s Ready Work At Churchill

Albaugh Family Stable’s Brody’s Cause began serious preparation for a start in the May 7 Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (Grade I) with a five-furlong breeze in 1:01.80 over a fast track Saturday morning at Churchill Downs with exercise rider Tammy Fox in the irons. The breeze was one of six recorded workouts during […]

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Fellowship ‘Full Of Energy’ In First Breeze Out Of Casse’s Barn

Jacks or Better Farm Inc.’s Fellowship, who currently sits at No. 22 on the Kentucky Derby Leaderboard with 32 points, breezed a half-mile in :48.80 over a fast Churchill Downs main track Sunday morning. This was the Florida-bred son of Awesome of Course’s first serious workout since finishing third in the Florida Derby and switching […]

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Derby Plans For Fellowship Still Up In The Air

Jacks or Better Farm Inc.’s Fellowship, who sits at No.19 on the Kentucky Derby Leaderboard with 32 points, remains under consideration for the May 7 Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (Grade I) after switching barns from former trainer Stanley Gold to new conditioner Mark Casse. How the Florida-bred son of Awesome of Course trains […]

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Jacks Or Better Horses Moved From Gold To Casse

Seventeen horses owned by Fred Brei’s Florida-based Jacks Or Better Farm have been transferred from trainer Stanley Gold to Mark Casse, including Kentucky Derby prospect Fellowship and Grade 2 Swale Stakes winner Awesome Banner. Gold confirmed the change on Tuesday morning. “I’ll no longer be training the Jacks Or Better horses,” said Gold. “I wish […]

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Three Newcomers To Join Mohaymen, Nyquist In Florida Derby

An anticipated showdown between undefeated 3-year-olds Mohaymen and Nyquist in the $1 million Xpressbet.com Florida Derby (G1) April 2 at Gulfstream Park has attracted a trio of new challengers. Ifyousnoozeyoulose and Sawyers Mickey, owned by Ron Paolucci’s Loooch Racing Stables, and Grupo 7C Racing Stable’s Majesto are all being pointed to the 65th running of […]

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Fellowship ‘On Target’ With Bullet Work Ahead Of Florida Derby

Jacks or Better Farm’s Fellowship breezed four furlongs in 46.42 seconds at Gulfstream Park Saturday morning in preparation for a planned start in the $1 million Florida Derby (G1) April 2. The Stanley Gold-trained 3-year-old, who finished third in both the Holy Bull (G2) and Fountain of Youth (G2) this winter, turned in the fastest […]

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Jacks Or Better Farm’s Awesome Banner, Fellowship Targeting Fountain Of Youth

Jacks or Better Farm’s Awesome Banner and Fellowship are both being pointed to the $400,000 Fountain of Youth (G2) at Gulfstream Park Feb. 27, reported trainer Stanley Gold Thursday morning. Awesome Banner is undefeated in three starts, including back-to-back dominating triumphs in the six-furlong Hutcheson (G3) and seven-furlong Swale (G2) during Gulfstream’s Championship Meet. Fellowship, […]

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Fellowship, Flora Dora Capture Florida Sire Stakes Events

Fellowship and Flora Dora were the winners of the two $500,000 Florida Sire Stakes races for 2-year-olds Saturday at Gulfstream Park. Jacks or Better Farm and trainer Stanley Gold’s amazing domination of the Florida Sires Stakes series continued at Gulfstream Park Saturday, when Fellowship made a last-to-first move in a 14-horse field to score a […]

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