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Lost And Found Presented By LubriSYN: ‘The Guy Who Ran Cigar On Turf’ Looks Back At A Dream Career

On March 27, 1996, Cigar added to his growing credentials by winning the inaugural Dubai World Cup at Nad al Sheba Racecourse in the United Arab Emirates. The victory was the 14th in his famous 16-race win streak, and part of a career that included two Horse of the Year titles and a 2002 induction […]

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Vaulcluse Delivers Filly By War Front At Gainesway Farm As Part Of National Museum Of Racing’s Foal Patrol

Vaulcluse, a 14-year-old mare owned by Gainesway Farm, delivered a filly by stallion War Front at 9:36 p.m. on March 24 at Gainesway as part of the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame’s Foal Patrol Season 3. This is the fourth foal of the season delivered on Foal Patrol. Both the mare and […]

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Bloodlines Presented By The Virginia Thoroughbred Association: Sole Volante’s Dirt Success Draws ‘Strong Interest’

Had the odds-on favorite Independence Hall (by Constitution) won the Grade 3 Sam F. Davis Stakes at Tampa Bay Downs on Feb. 8 by 11 ¼ lengths, I can guarantee that the saber rattling could have been heard in China. There’s even the possibility that it could have been heard by trainers and owners out […]

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First Foals Arrive For Belmont Stakes Winner Tapwrit

Record-setting Grade 1 winner and millionaire Tapwrit sired his first foals this week. The first of these, a colt out of Anna Elizabeth (Animal Kingdom), was born at Waymore Farms on Jan. 27 in Kentucky. The very next day saw the birth of two more newly-minted Tapwrits. Ladyflickerflacker, a winning Forestry mare who has already […]

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Tapit The Undisputed King In The Final Leg Of The Triple Crown

Currently standing for $225,000 at Gainesway in Lexington, Kentucky, Tapit has produced three of the last five Belmont Stakes winners in Tonalist (2014), Creator (2016) and Tapwrit (2017). On Saturday, three sons of Tapit will contest the final leg of the Triple Crown – Tacitus, Intrepid Heart and Bourbon War. Mark Hernon, Director of Sales at Gainseway, said that […]

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‘Looks Just Her Daddy’: First Foal A Filly For Classic-Placed Divining Rod

Young Maryland stallion Divining Rod, a classics-placed son of Tapit owned by Gainesway Farm, Roy and Gretchen Jackson’s Lael Stable, and Country Life Farm, is represented by his first foal, a Maryland-bred filly born at Country Life on Jan. 16. Divining Rod’s first foal is also the first foal out of the 5-year-old Gainesway mare […]

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Foal Patrol Reaches One Million Views; Season 2 Debuts This Fall

Since its debut on Dec. 19, 2017, the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame’s Foal Patrol project has received more than one million views across its various media platforms. Foal Patrol’s popularity and reach — it has been viewed in 37 countries — has prompted the Museum to announce that Foal Patrol: Season 2 will […]

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Foal Patrol Update: Empire Maker, Bodemeister Fillies Get Their Names

As part of the social media activities related to the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame’s Foal Patrol project, fans were given the opportunity to submit names for some of the horses for the owners to consider. At Gainesway Farm in Kentucky, Bird Town delivered a filly by Empire Maker who has named […]

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Respected Horseman, Fasig-Tipton Executive Bill Graves Dies

Respected and much-loved Thoroughbred horseman William E. (Bill) Graves, a senior vice-president with Fasig-Tipton for 26 years,  passed away after a short illness on Wednesday, May 30, at the University of Kentucky hospital in Lexington, Ky.  Bill’s son Brian, director of public sales at Gainesway Farm, was at his side for all his final days. […]

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