harvey clarke

Grade 3 Winner Yankee Fourtune Euthanized

Grade 3 winner Yankee Fourtune was euthanized May 28 at Old Friends, the Thoroughbred retirement farm in Georgetown, KY, due to issues of chronic arthritis. The 12-year-old gelding had been pensioned at the non-profit organization since 2015. Campaigned by New Jersey business man Harvey Clarke and trainer Kiaran McLaughlin, in 2010 the 3-year-old Yankee Fourtune […]

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‘You Do This Because You Love Horses’: Owner-Breeder Harvey Clarke Dies At 77

Harvey A. Clarke, breeder of 2012 Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner I’ll Have Another and 2015 Breeders’ Cup Distaff winner Stopchargingmaria, died Thursday night at his home in Franklin Lakes, N.J, after a long battle with cancer. He was 77 years old. Longtime friend and agent Steve Shahinian said of Clarke: “He was beloved in […]

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Bloodlines: The Winners Keep Charging for Clarke

It’s hard to know whether breeder Harvey Clarke should keep all his yearlings or sell them all. From a broodmare band of modest size, Clarke has bred some impressive stakes winners. Those he kept and raced are not household names, but among the yearlings that Clarke has sold are 2012 Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes […]

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The Lane’s End Weekender Pedigree: Harvey Clarke and I’ll Have Another

The odds are long against breeding a horse who wins the Kentucky Derby and Preakness, then gets to race for the Triple Crown. But Harvey Clarke has bucked the odds. He bred the talented chestnut colt I’ll Have Another, who will take the Test of the Champion on Saturday in an attempt to become the […]

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Breeder Harvey Clarke: I’ll Have Another was ‘just a horse’

Harvey Clarke, breeder of I’ll have Another, says if he had to do it again, he would probably still sell the Flower Alley colt, reports the Daily Racing Form. He was unimpressed with him as a yearling and did not have high hopes for his future so he sent the colt to the auction ring. […]

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Minority interest in Soldat purchased

Prior to his start this weekend in the Fountain of Youth, a minority interest in Soldat has been purchased by Paul Braverman and the Namcook Stables of Terrence Murray and Jack Conley according to trainer Kiaran McLaughlin. They will join the previous ownership team of Harvey Clarke and W. Craig Robertson III.

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Keeneland presents American Graded Stakes Standings: Eclipse Awards for Breeder and Owner

Eclipse Awards ballots are out, and while the racing year is not quite over (there are several big races on Santa Anita’s opening day program Sunday), it’s time for voters to get ready to make some tough choices. Most of the equine divisions are obvious (for example, Uncle Mo should be a unanimous pick in […]

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