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‘The Market Continues To Demand Quality’: Opening Session Of Fasig-Tipton February Sees Healthy Jump In Numbers

The final auction of the 2018/2019 North American mixed sale season started on strong footing Monday, with the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Winter Mixed Sale showing across-the-board gains in its first session. A total of 146 offerings brought $4,677,200 on Monday, up 13 percent from last year’s day-one gross of $4,134,200 from 181 horses sold. The average sale price […]

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Audible Fought ‘All The Way To The Wire,’ Possible For Dubai World Cup

Audible finished fifth in the Pegasus World Cup on Saturday after being hung wide on both turns, leaving trainer Todd Pletcher optimistic about the colt’s future prospects. “We were never really able to employ the strategy we had discussed for the horse because of the post,” Pletcher told drf.com. “We wanted to get away from […]

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‘Always Into Something’: A Look Back On Into Mischief’s Summer In Indiana

The ascent of Into Mischief from a Grade 1 winner on the racetrack into one of Spendthrift Farm’s cornerstone sires has been well documented, especially as his legend grows in real time. Into Mischief’s 2018 was especially memorable, with the first part of the year seeing him finish as North America’s most active stallion by […]

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Remsen Winner Maximus Mischief Gets Half-Mile Work To ‘Blow Off Some Steam’

Last-out winner of the G2 Remsen by 2 1/4 lengths, Maximus Mischief returned to the work tab on Saturday at Gulfstream Park. According to drf.com, the 3-year-old son of Into Mischief breezed a half-mile in a quick :46.97, the third-fastest of 103 works at the distance. “I had planned to work him Sunday, but I had […]

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Audible ‘In Good Form’ Through Penultimate Pegasus Workout

Audible, the 2018 Florida Derby (G1) winner, breezed five furlongs in 1:00.91 Saturday morning at Palm Beach Downs in preparation for the $9 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational (G1) at Gulfstream Park Jan. 26. “Audible’s training really well. I’ve been pleased with all of his works, particularly this morning. It was a good, solid five-eighths […]

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Bloodlines Presented By Editorial, A Climax Stallion: Top Freshman Sires Of 2018

The leading freshmen sires of 2018 were notable on a couple of counts, and not the least of these is that the leader is the Unbridled’s Song stallion Cross Traffic, sire of the likely juvenile champion filly Jaywalk and the first son of his fabled sire to lead a national sire list in North America. […]

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Abel Tasman, ‘Solid All Across The Board’ Sales Guide Keeneland January Opening Day

Abel Tasman was expected to spike the figures during the first session of the Keeneland January Horses of All Ages Sale, and she did that in spades on Monday, tying the record for the highest price in the auction’s history when she sold to the Coolmore partnership for $5 million. Even removing the champion mare, […]

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Select Sales Agency Presents American Graded Stakes Standings: Narrow Races For Top Consignor, Breeder, Sire In Final 2018 Rankings

The 2018 racing calendar featured a run of dominant individual performances in graded stakes races, but several of the industry’s core positions saw tight finishes in compiled graded wins as the year came to a close, especially in the bloodstock realm. The races for top consignor and breeder by number of graded winners in 2018 […]

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Despite ‘Odd’ Harlan’s Holiday Performance, Audible Confirmed For Pegasus

Defeated in the G3 Harlan’s Holiday at odds of 1-10, Audible’s connections were initially hesitant to commit to their original plan and point toward the Pegasus World Cup on Jan. 26 at Gulfstream Park. On Thursday, WinStar Farm CEO Elliott Walden told thoroughbreddailynews.com that the soon to be 4-year-old son of Into Mischief had officially been […]

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‘Cool As A Cucumber’: Maximus Mischief’s Connections Look Forward To The Future

One day after posting a win in his stakes debut in Aqueduct’s Grade 2, $250,000 Remsen, trainer Robert Reid, Jr. said Maximus Mischief came out of his 2 ¼-length score in good order and shipped back well to his home base at Parx in Bensalem, Pennsylvania. “It looked like he came out of the race […]

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