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Mitchell Road, Half To Country House, Takes G3 Gallorette With Confidence

Just two weeks after half-brother Country House was declared the winner of the Kentucky Derby, older sister Mitchell Road won her graded stakes debut in the Grade 3 Gallorette on the Preakness undercard. The 4-year-old filly, ridden by Joel Rosario, went to the early lead and never looked back through the 1 1/16 miles on […]

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‘Imposing’ Country House An Intriguing Risen Star Entrant For Trainer Bill Mott

As a Thoroughbred owner, it’s easy to get caught up in the moment, especially if you have a horse that’s entered in a Road To The Kentucky Derby qualifying race. Owner Guinness McFadden, however, is taking a more realistic approach and is determined not to catch any Derby fever symptoms with Grade II $400,000 Risen […]

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Mark Taylor: I think 2011 is a little bit of a wild card

Deirdre Biles asked the question “What will happen in the Thoroughbred auction ring in 2011?” of top sales directors and consignors in the industry. Their answers are varied but most seem to believe the worst is over. Guinness McFadden, sales director, Three Chimneys Farm: “I think we’re headed in the right direction. I see signs […]

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