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Don Alberto’s Tamburo Di Oro Earns Breeders’ Cup Mile Berth In Chile

Don Alberto Stable’s 4-year-old homebred Tamburo Di Oro (5.8-1) rolled past Brown Storm (CHI) in the final furlong to capture Sunday’s about 1 ¼-mile Gran Premio Club Hipico Falabella (G1) on turf at Club Hipico by two lengths under jockey Jeremy Laprida, and earned an automatic starting position into this year’s $2 million Breeders’ Cup […]

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Dylan Thomas, Henrythenavigator to Shuttle to Chile

Coolmore stallions Dylan Thomas and Henrythenavigator will shuttle to Haras Don Alberto in Chile to stand the Southern Hemisphere season this year. Both horses are currently based in Ireland at Co. Tipperary, but Henrythenavigator stood his first four seasons at Ashford Stud in Kentucky. The 8-year-old Kingmambo son was the leading freshman sire of 2012, […]

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Coolmore to add four big names to 2013 Irish roster

So You Think and Excelebration, by far the best sons of High Chaparral and Exceed And Excel respectively, will both be new on the roster at Coolmore for 2013 along with Power who retired from racing last week. Also joining the roster is exciting first crop sire Henrythenavigator who returns from Coolmore America. Winner of […]

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The Lane’s End Weekender Pedigree: Henrythenavigator

Coolmore’s freshman sire Henrythenavigator had his first stakes winner Sunday at the Curragh when the 2-year-old colt Pedro the Great won the Group 1 Phoenix Stakes. That victory also makes Henrythenavigator the first freshman sire in the 2012 list of young stallions to sire a G1 winner. A G1 winner himself on four occasions as a […]

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Video: Henrythenavigator’s first two-year-old crop

Coolmore has posted a video showing Henrythenavigator’s first crop of two-year-olds in training with comments from trainer Aidan O’Brien at Ballydoyle.  Henrythenavigator went to stud in 2009 after finishing second in the Breeders’ Cup Classic.  He attracted a number of top mares in his first season, including Vertigineux, the dam of Zenyatta, and Rags To […]

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McGrath: Frankel’s ‘duty’ is the Breeders’ Cup Classic

In his column at Britain’s The Independent, Chris McGrath writes that trainer Sir Henry Cecil should seriously consider running Frankel in this year’s Breeders’ Cup and not in the Mile but in the Classic.  So far, Cecil has suggested Frankel will wrap up his year in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot October 15, […]

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EDWIN ANTHONY’S PEDIGREE REPORT: DISCREETLY MINE

Pedigree consultant and author Edwin Anthony examines the bloodlines of Discreetly Mine, winner of the Grade 2 Risen Star Stakes at Fair Grounds, in the second in a series of articles written exclusively for the Paulick Report. Click here to view last week’s article, looking at the pedigree of Fasig-Tipton Fountain of Youth winner Eskendereya. […]

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YOU’VE GOT OPINIONS!

By Ray Paulick “It’s hard to get half the people in this industry to agree on what day it is,” a Central Kentucky breeder said to me a couple of weeks ago, shortly after the Breeders’ Cup announced suspension of the stakes supplement program for 2009. “I can’t believe 83% of the people voting in […]

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CURLIN TO LANE’S END?

By Ray Paulick Lane’s End Farm is expected to announce that reigning Horse of the Year Curlin will enter stud at the Versailles, Ky., farm in 2009 for a live foal stud fee of $75,000, the Paulick Report has learned. Lane’s End is owned by William S. Farish, vice chairman of the Jockey Club and former ambassador to […]

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