josh stevens

Seven-Figure Union Rags Colt Tops Fourth Session Of Keeneland September Sale

After the glitzy prices and pedigrees of Book 1 and the auction’s traditional “Dark Day” to give everyone time to catch their breath and catch up on inspections, the heart of the trade in the Keeneland September Yearling Sale started beating on Friday with the start of Book 2. At the section’s halfway point, the […]

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Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: The Search For A ‘Lebron James’ Yearling

Like all good Louisvillians, Josh Stevens was taught how to celebrate the first Saturday in May. There are parties to be held, heaping piles of delicious food, light-hearted wagering pools between family and friends, and any number of smartly coordinated dresses and bow ties befitting the occasion. Every year Stevens would join his family around […]

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$1.8-Million Into Mischief Filly Rocks Record Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Sale

The meteoric rise of the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic 2-year-olds in training sale from a place for early-season scratches, buybacks, and regionally-bred horses into a legitimate place to sell an upper-market juvenile continued in 2019, with the sale once again breaking records in gross and average sale price. A $1.8-million Into Mischief filly became the most expensive […]

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Small Batch Sales Launched: ‘The Service-Centric Consignment For Preferred Bloodstock’

Industry veterans Fletcher Mauk (Small Batch Thoroughbreds) and Josh Stevens (J. Stevens Bloodstock) have partnered with Advantage Agri-Marketing Services (Tyler Clarke and Jimmy Hall) to create Small Batch Sales, a service-centric consignment for preferred bloodstock. The agency will focus on convenience and personalization with the intent of consigning fewer than 60 horses per year. “We […]

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Gunpowder Farm Fully Loaded For Saturday At Churchill Downs

Tom Keithley’s Gunpowder Farm LLC doesn’t often have three runners on the same day, but Saturday will be an exception as a trio of horses – Nawlins Kitty in a first-level allowance race, Barahona in the $100,000 Jefferson Cup and Breaking Lucky in the $175,000 Lukas Classic – are set for action at Churchill Downs […]

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No Triple Crown Winner In Canada: Breaking Lucky Takes Prince of Wales

Covered in dirt, jockey Jim McAleney strode through the Fort Erie clubhouse, the flower garland draped around his shoulders, after the most spectacular win of his career. On track, he’d thrown up his arms. He’d scattered petals. The 45-year-old McAleney  had just won Tuesday’s $500,000 Prince of Wales Stakes, the second jewel of the Canadian Triple […]

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