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Cathryn Sophia Out Of Breeders’ Cup Following Elevated White Blood Count, Entered In Auction

Kentucky Oaks winning millionaire Cathryn Sophia will not be pointed towards the Breeders’ Cup. Trainer John Servis commented, “Her white blood count was a little high after the Grade 1 Cotillion Stakes. I watched her very closely after the race and actually she recovered from that remarkably fast. I gave her a little work yesterday which […]

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Castellano: Cathryn Sophia Like A ‘Rollercoaster’ In Impressive Tuesday Work

Cathryn Sophia hasn’t raced since finishing third in the G1 Acorn on June 11, but the 3-year-old daughter of Street Boss seriously impressed top jockey Javier Castellano with a Tuesday morning workout at Saratoga. “That’s scary,” Castellano told the Daily Racing Form after dismounting. Cathryn Sophia breezed six furlongs in 1:15.00, with splits of 12.90 […]

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Res Judicata Delivers Winning Verdict In Salvator Mile

Someday Farm’s Res Judicata took control right from the start, controlled the pace the entire way and kicked clear to a 3 ¾ length score in the Grade 3 Salvator Mile at Monmouth Park on Saturday afternoon. Trained by John Servis, Res Judicata stepped the mile over a fast main track in 1:36.07 and returned […]

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‘This Isn’t Me’: Servis Refutes Recent Clenbuterol Positives

John Servis, trainer of the 2016 Kentucky Oaks winner, Cathryn Sophia, is fighting recent findings that three of his horses tested positive for Clenbuterol. According to a report in the Philadelphia Inquirer, Servis was notified that three of his horses stabled at Parx Racing tested positive for the prohibited medication. Hearty Jones, a 3-year-old daughter of Smarty Jones, […]

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Oaks Winner Cathryn Sophia Confirmed For Acorn

Cathryn Sophia, the 2016 winner of the Kentucky Oaks, has been confirmed for the Grade 1 Acorn Stakes, trainer John Servis told the Courier-Journal. The $700,000 contest will be held over one mile on the Belmont Stakes undercard on June 11. “Distance doesn’t seem to matter too much with her,” Servis said of the daughter […]

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Acorn Stakes Next On Agenda For Cathryn Sophia

Kentucky Oaks winner Cathryn Sophia will make her next start in the Grade 1 Acorn Stakes at Belmont Park June 11. The Daily Racing Form reports that the 3-year-old daughter of Street Boss currently is stabled at Monmouth Park, and will be there all summer. Trainer John Servis told the DRF that tentative plans call for Cathryn Sofia to run […]

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After Emotional Oaks Win, Team Reports Cathryn Sophia Feeling Good, Eating Well

Cathryn Sophia, the newest member of the Kentucky Oaks winner’s club, poked her head outside her stall at 6 a.m. Saturday and turned her gaze to the shedrow doings of Barn 43 at Churchill Downs. Harry Harcourt, her groom, looked at her with pride and said, “There is the queen.” Twenty-four hours earlier, Harcourt, a […]

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Absorbine Presents Eric Kalet’s Triple Crown Photo Blog: Cathryn Sophia Wears The Lillies On Oaks Day

The wait is almost over. We’ve gone from having almost no idea a few short months ago the contenders for this year’s Kentucky Derby to knowing who will be in the gate. Now we just have a few hours left. All this week, and throughout the Triple Crown races, we’ll be seeing the important events and moments […]

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Cathryn Sophia Takes The Lillies With Ease In Kentucky Oaks

Charles J. Zacney’s (Cash is King, LLC) Cathryn Sophia cruised to a 2 3/4-length victory in Friday’s 142nd running of the Grade 1 Kentucky Oaks, giving perennial leading jockey Javier Castellano his first victory in the premier event. The sophomore daughter of Street Boss tracked the pace while three wide, taking the lead near the […]

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Servis ‘Leaning Toward’ Oaks After Bullet Work From Cathryn Sophia

Cash is King LLC’s Cathryn Sophia, third in the Central Bank Ashland (G1) here April 9, breezed five furlongs in :59.60 Saturday after the renovation break with Paco Lopez aboard. The move, which marked her first work since the race, was the fastest of the morning for five furlongs. Clockers caught the 3-year-old, Maryland-bred daughter […]

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