Gormley

La Previa Del Belmont: Una Carrera Donde Todo es Posible

Muchos despertaron el miércoles con la inesperada noticia: un abceso en un casco dejaba fuera del Belmont Stakes al campeón dosañero Classic Empire, que muy probablemente hubiese sido el claro favorito en el Morning Line de la carrera de 2400 metros. La deserción del hijo de Pioneerof the Nile redujo la nómina del Belmont número […]

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Champion Songbird, G1 Winner Gormley Get Settled In At Belmont Park

Fox Hill Farm’s superstar Songbird arrived Wednesday afternoon at Belmont Park for her bid in Saturday’s Grade 1, $750,000 Ogden Phipps on the Belmont Stakes undercard. The 4-year-old Medaglia d’Oro filly, installed as the 1-2 favorite in the Phipps, reached her new digs in Hall of Fame trainer Shug McGaughey’s barn shortly before 5 p.m., […]

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Gormley Confirmed: Colt ‘Deserves The Opportunity’ To Contest Belmont Stakes

Santa Anita Derby winner Gormley has officially been confirmed for a start in Saturday’s Belmont Stakes, the final leg of the Triple Crown. According to drf.com, owners Jerry and Ann Moss conferred with B. Wayne Hughes, whose Spendthrift Farm owns the son of Malibu Moon’s breeding rights, about the decision on Monday. Gormley, ninth in […]

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Belmont: J Boys Echo, Multiplier, Gormley Put In Final Works

A trio of Belmont Stakes probables turned in their final breezes on Saturday morning across the country. J Boys Echo worked five furlongs in 1:00 flat at Churchill Downs, Multiplier worked a half in :48.60 at Keeneland, and Gormley breezed seven furlongs in 1:25.60 at Santa Anita, according to drf.com. Albaugh Family Stables’ J Boys […]

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Belmont Stakes 2017: Sin Always Dreaming Ni Cloud Computing

La Triple Corona de 2017 aparentemente tendrá tres ganadores diferentes. A poco más de dos semanas para la disputa del Belmont Stakes (G1), se da por descontado que ni Always Dreaming, ganador del Kentucky Derby (G1), ni Cloud Computing, ganador del Preakness Stakes (G1) estarán presentes en la exigente carrera de 2400 metros, prueba central […]

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Classic Empire, Japan’s Epicharis Head Probables For Third Leg Of Triple Crown

With three weeks to go until the third leg of the Triple Crown, it appears that neither the Kentucky Derby nor the Preakness winner will be making an appearance in the Belmont Stakes for the first time since I’ll Have Another’s untimely retirement in 2012. According to the Daily Racing Form, neither colt has officially […]

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Espinoza Announces Skechers Sponsorship For Kentucky Derby

SKECHERS USA, Inc. today announced that it has signed on to sponsor 2015’s Triple Crown-winning jockey, Victor Espinoza, as he begins a new run for the series at the 143rd running of the Kentucky Derby this Saturday. Skechers branding will be included on Espinoza’s riding apparel as he races Gormley during Saturday’s big event at Churchill Downs. […]

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Derby Notes, May 2: Thunder Snow, Irish War Cry And Gormley Make First Appearances

Godolphin Racing’s Thunder Snow (IRE) exited quarantine Tuesday morning and made his first visit to the main track at Churchill Downs. Going out during the special training period reserved for Kentucky Derby and Oaks horses at 8:30, Thunder Snow jogged a mile and cantered a mile. Also making their initial appearances on the track were […]

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Irish War Cry, Gormley Lead Monday Arrivals At Churchill Downs

Riding the van down from Fair Hill Training Center in Maryland, Irish War Cry arrived at Churchill Downs early Monday evening. The 3-year-old son of Curlin had his final breeze before the Kentucky Derby on Sunday, covering six furlongs in 1:13.20 under jockey Rajiv Maragh. The Wood Memorial winner then left his home base at […]

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Derby Notes, April 30: Battle Of Midway, Sonneteer, Irap Get First Tours Of Churchill

ALWAYS DREAMING/PATCH/TAPWRIT – A pair of Derby-bound colts were out early for exercise and another had a day off Sunday out of the Todd Pletcher barn on a cloudy but mild morning at Churchill Downs. The trio of 3-year-olds — Always Dreaming, Patch and Tapwrit – were the “chosen ones” who had made the cut […]

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