isabelle de tomaso

Irish War Cry Retired To Northview Stallion Station In Maryland

Classic-placed Irish War Cry, one of the most dynamic runners of his generation, has been retired and will enter stud at Northview Stallion Station in Chesapeake City, Md., for the 2019 season. “Irish War Cry is by leading sire Curlin, won the Holy Bull, Wood Memorial and Pimlico Special and was second in the Belmont, […]

Continue reading
TOBA Honors Owners, Breeders At Annual Event

The Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association’s 33rd Annual National Awards Dinner was held at the Woodford Reserve Club at Kroger Field in Lexington, Ky. on Saturday, September 8. Bob Edwards of e Five Racing was named TOBA’s National Owner of the Year, and Charlotte Weber was named the National Breeder of the Year. Isabelle Haskell […]

Continue reading
Cool, Rainy Weather Propels Frontrunning Irish War Cry To Pimlico Special Victory

Isabelle de Tomaso’s homebred Irish War Cry has often been a perplexing case for trainer Graham Motion, with difficult-to-explain poor performances surrounded by glimpses of serious talent. The colt was finally able to be diagnosed with the thumps, an electrolyte imbalance than can cause hiccup-like muscle spasms, especially in particularly warm or humid conditions. Armed […]

Continue reading
‘Immensely Talented’ Irish War Cry Takes On Nine In Pimlico Special

One of the leading sophomores in the country last year over the winter and into late spring, Isabelle de Tomaso’s homebred Irish War Cry gets another chance to regain that winning form as an older horse in Friday’s historic $300,000 Pimlico Special at legendary Pimlico Race Course. The 48th running of the 1 3/16-mile Pimlico Special for 3-year-olds […]

Continue reading
Half-Brother To Irish War Cry, Irish Strait Favored In Wednesday’s $400,000 Tourist Mile

Trainer Graham Motion was a bit surprised hear Irish Strait is the 2-1 morning-line favorite in Wednesday’s $400,000 Tourist Mile at Kentucky Downs. But the 5-year-old gelding is arguably the most consistent horse in the field of eight, especially on the turf. The son of turf champion English Channel won Monmouth Park’s Grade 3 Red […]

Continue reading
Irish War Cry Breezes Five Furlongs Toward Pennsylvania Derby

Isabelle de Tomaso’s homebred Irish War Cry recorded a five-furlong breeze at Fair Hill Training Center on Monday, beginning in company with Spring Quality and pulling away late in a time of 1:01.4. Herringswellstables.com reports that the 3-year-old son of Curlin is being pointed to the Pennsylvania Derby. The Graham Motion trainee was most recently fourth in […]

Continue reading
Girvin Complica Aun Más El Panorama De Los Tresañeros Con Su Triunfo En El Haskell

Quizás lo más complicado en este momento sea determinar el líder de la generación de tresañeros en los Estados Unidos. Los ganadores del Kentucky Derby y del Preakness Stakes fallaron en el Jim Dandy, mientras que el ejemplar que llegó segundo en el Belmont Stakes no pudo en la quincuagésima edición del Haskell Invitational (G1, […]

Continue reading
Siete Tresañeros Disputan El Domingo Una Pareja Edición Del Haskell Invitational

Sin un favorito claro, siete talentosos potros estarán disputando este domingo 30 en Monmouth Park la quincuagésima edición del Haskell Invitational (G1, $1,000,000), una carrera en 1800 metros que es considerada como una de las más importantes para tresañeros en Norteamérica, y que además pertenece a la serie “Win and You’re In” de la Breeders’ […]

Continue reading
Haskell A ‘Family’ Affair For De Tomaso, Irish War Cry

Isabelle de Tomaso, who collected the awards for her third-generation homebred Irish Sovereign as the 2016 New Jersey Broodmare of the Year and for Irish War Cry as the state-bred champion 2-year-old at Monmouth Park in June, heads back to the track Sunday hoping to pick up the most meaningful hardware of all, the Haskell Invitational trophy. Irish War Cry, […]

Continue reading
Irish War Cry ‘Really Hasn’t Missed A Beat’ In Preparations For Haskell

Isabelle de Tomaso’s multiple Grade 2-winning homebred Irish War Cry continued preparations for his next start with a six-furlong breeze at the Fair Hill Training Center in Elkton, Md. Sunday morning. Both Irish War Cry and his workmate, 5-year-old Grade 1 turf winner Ascend, went the distance in 1:14 over Fair Hill’s dirt track. “I was very pleased with […]

Continue reading
Twitter Twitter
Paulick Report on Instagram