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Initial Kentucky Derby Sire Future Wager Kicks Off Thanksgiving Day

Churchill Downs Racetrack will offer a new twist to its Future Wager menu this year with the debut of the Kentucky Derby Sire Future Wager, which provides bettors with a unique opportunity to wager on select breeding stars and their entire crop of juveniles with the hope of winning next year’s $2 million Kentucky Derby […]

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Zoetis Presents Bloodlines: ‘Forty Coats’ And The Tale Of Mr Maybe

With a victory in the Grade 3 Red Smith Handicap at Aqueduct on Nov. 14, Mr Maybe became the latest stakes winner and graded winner for Horse of the Year Ghostzapper, the most successful stallion son of Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Awesome Again. Journalist and racing scribe Red Smith, for whom the handicap was named, […]

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Mr Maybe Authoritative In G3 Red Smith Handicap Victory

Mr Maybe left no doubts when cruising to a 4 1/4-lengths victory in Saturday’s Grade III Red Smith Handicap at Aqueduct. Contested over a mile and three-eighths on a firm turf course, the $250,000 race was all too easy for the 4-year-old gelded son of Ghostzapper. Mr Maybe followed the field early, sitting well behind […]

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Adena Springs Announces 2016 Stud Fees

On Friday, Adena Springs released 2016 stud fees for their stallions standing in Kentucky, Ontario and Florida. Leading sire Ghostzapper, one of only three sires to have been represented by 13 or more stakes winners each of the last four years, remains at $60,000 SN for 2016. His sire, Awesome Again, will continue to stand […]

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Ashford Sets American Pharoah’s Fee At $200,000; Fees Increase For Uncle Mo, Scat Daddy

Triple Crown and Breeders’ Cup Classic winner American Pharoah, who arrived at Coolmore’s Ashford Stud in Versailles, Ky., on Monday morning, will stand his initial season for $200,000 live foal, sports business writer Darren Rovell reported Thursday on ESPN.com. This was confirmed when Ashford Stud released its 2016 stud fees Friday morning. Zayat Stables sold the breeding rights […]

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Queen’s Plate: Third Time A Lucky Charm For Stronach

Frank Stronach doesn’t need luck. “I am so lucky in everything I do,” he said, moments after winning his third Queen’s Plate with Shaman Ghost, a very, very slight second choice to Plate Trial winner Danish Dynaformer, who had about $2,000 more bet on him in the win pool. But Stronach knows that a little […]

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Pin Oak Stud Presents Bloodlines: Better With Age?

Whatever one thinks of the form in the Grade 3 Illinois Derby on Saturday, it takes a lot of guts and natural ability to jump from a maiden victory to a graded stakes success, and winner Whiskey Ticket (by Ghostzapper) is now unbeaten in two starts. Coming from the Bob Baffert training operation, Whiskey Ticket […]

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Adena Springs Announces 2015 Stallion Roster, Fees

Adena Springs has announced 2015 service fees for nine stallions standing in Kentucky: Alphabet Soup – $3,500 Awesome Again – $75,000 Fort Larned – $12,500 Ghostzapper – $60,000 Macho Uno – $20,000 Mucho Macho Man – $15,000 (new for 2015) Point of Entry – $25,000 Tiago – $3,500 Touch Gold – $3,500 All fees stands […]

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Hunters Bay Relocating to Pleasant Acres Stallions

Hunters Bay, who hails from one of the most prolific female families in the history of the Florida breeding industry, has been relocated and will stand the 2015 season at Joseph and Helen Barbazon’s Pleasant Acres Stallions near Morriston, Florida. The 7-year-old son of Horse of the Year Ghostzapper stood his first season in Maryland […]

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G1 Winner Stately Victor to Stand at Fair Winds Farm

Stately Victor, winner of the G1 Blue Grass Stakes in 2010, has been relocated to Fair Winds Farm in Waynesville, Ohio for the 2014 breeding season, the Daily Racing Form reports. The 7-year-old son of Ghostzapper had previously stood at Buck Pond Farm in Versailles, Ky. His first foals will arrive this year. Stately Victor […]

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