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Daughter Of Oaks Winner Tops Penultimate Session Of Keeneland November Sale

Q Bee, a winning daughter of Quality Road in foal to Keen Ice, sold to Arif Kurtel for $57,000 to lead Saturday’s 11th of 12 sessions of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale. Mill Ridge Sales, agent, consigned Q Bee, a 6-year-old mare whose dam is Kentucky Oaks (G1) winner Pike Place Dancer, by Seattle […]

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Dam Of Sweet Melania Headlines Latest Fasig-Tipton November Sale Supplemental Entries

Sweet N Discreet, dam of recent Grade 2 Jessamine Stakes winner Sweet Melania, is among the three newest supplemental entries to the Fasig-Tipton November Sale. These newest entries are cataloged as hips 215-217: – ’19 Malibu Moon-Win McCool colt (Hip 215): Son of Malibu Moon is out of graded stakes winner Win McCool. He is […]

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Bloodlines: Mongolian Groom Defies His Odds, Not Pedigree

When Mongolian Groom overturned the applecart in the Grade 1 Awesome Again Stakes at Santa Anita, the dark bay gelding produced a proper upset. The son of Hightail (by Mineshaft) started at odds of 25.4-1, the second-longest in the field, and longershot Isotherm finished last. Mongolian Groom, in contrast, finished 2 ¼ lengths in front […]

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First Foals Arrive For Calumet Farm’s First-Year Stallions

The quartet of first-year stallions at Calumet Farm in Lexington, Ky., have each been represented by their first foals. Grade 1 winner Keen Ice had a filly out of the Pioneerof the Nile mare Hidden Nile at Calumet Farm. The filly hails from the family of G2 winner Top Secret and G1-placed Kentucky Bear. Keen […]

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Calumet Farm Releases 2019 Fees, With Newcomer Ransom The Moon

Calumet Farm in Lexington, Ky., has released the advertised fees for its 2019 stallion roster, including newcomer Ransom the Moon. Ransom the Moon, a son of leading sire Malibu Moon will stand for $7,500 LFSN. As the only Grade 1 winning sprinting son of Malibu Moon to go to stud, Ransom the Moon offers breeders […]

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Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation To Benefit From Pair Of Keen Ice Seasons

Donegal Racing, a leading Thoroughbred ownership syndicate, announced today that it will be donating the proceeds of two of its 2018 seasons to Keen Ice to Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation. A son of leading sire Curlin, Keen Ice is best known for defeating Triple Crown winner American Pharoah in the 2015 Travers Stakes, and he […]

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In The Stud Presented By Kentucky Equine Research: Keen Ice, New For 2018

The Paulick Report is pleased to bring back a popular photo/video feature that will spotlight stallions standing in Kentucky. The series, put together by our friends at EquiSport Photos, will feature stallions that are entering stud in 2018. This week’s spotlight stallion is Keen Ice, a 6-year-old son of Curlin that is standing his first […]

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Bloodlines: New North American Stallions For 2018

The breeding market is increasingly segmented between the “in-demand” set of stallions who will be covering large books of select mares during the 2018 breeding season and the “rest.” The breakover point in stallion pricing between those heavily in demand is approximately $15,000, and the stallion prospects for 2018 who are priced at $20,000 and […]

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Keen Ice, Bal A Bali Among New Additions To Calumet Farm Stallion Roster For 2018

Keen Ice, a son of leading sire Curlin, boasts an impressive race record – a G1 winner with earnings over $3.4 million. Possibly one of the most notable accomplishments of his career was defeating American Pharoah in the Grade 1 Travers, making him the only horse to cross the wire ahead of the reigning Triple […]

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Romans Takes Sole Possession Of Churchill Title For All-Time Leading Trainer

The wait is finally over for trainer Dale Romans. He has achieved his longtime dream. The South Louisville native took sole possession of the record for most wins by a trainer in the 143-year-old history of Churchill Downs from Hall of Fame horseman Bill Mott when 2-year-old Storm Runner ($6.80) cruised to a 4 ½-length […]

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