keeneland november

You’re To Blame Out-Finishes War Story In Greenwood Cup

Woodford Racing’s You’re To Blame made a determined run to capture Monday’s Grade 3 Goodwood Cup at Parx, finishing a neck ahead of 1-2 favorite War Story on the wire. Sent off at odds of 4-1, the 4-year-old son of Distorted Humor covered 1 1/2 miles over the fast main track in 2:32 1/5. Paco […]

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Leofric Leads All The Way In West Virginia Governor’s Stakes

Steve Landers’ Leofric was sent off as the even-money favorite in Saturday’s Grade 3 West Virginia Governor’s Stakes at Mountaineer, and delivered a game front-running victory to hold on and win by a head over stablemate Term of Art at the wire. The 5-year-old son of Candy Ride, ridden by Florent Geroux for Brad Cox […]

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Keeneland Unveils Format Changes For September, November; April Sale Returns

Keeneland today announced three significant sales-related developments: a change to the Week 1 format of its 2018 September Yearling Sale, the creation of a boutique one-day Book 1 session to kick off the 2018 November Breeding Stock Sale and the return of its April Sale in 2019. These adjustments were made with input from participating […]

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Stellar Wind ‘Hasn’t Missed A Beat’ In Pegasus World Cup Preparations

Stellar Wind continued to impress trainer Chad Brown Sunday morning with her preparation for the $16 million Pegasus World Cup (G1), breezing five furlongs in 1:00.80  at Palm Meadows Training Center. The breeze was the 6-year-old mare’s sixth workout for the world’s richest race Jan. 27 at Gulfstream Park since joining Brown’s stable at Gulfstream Park’s satellite training facility […]

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‘I Like What I See’: Brown Pleased With Stellar Wind’s Progress Ahead Of Pegasus

Stellar Wind, the champion sophomore filly of 2015 and a six-time Grade 1 winner, breezed for the first time as a 6-year-old Sunday morning as she continued preparations for an historic start in the Pegasus World Cup. Expected to become the first female to race in the 1 1/8-mile Pegasus, Stellar Wind went five furlongs in 1:01.50 […]

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Midnight Crossing Shocks Robert J. Frankel Field At 22-1

The longest shot on the board at 22-1, Midnight Crossing took the lead out of the gate and refused to relinquish it all the way through the wire in Saturday’s Grade 3 Robert J. Frankel Stakes. The 4-year-old Dark Angel filly set mild fractions under Brice Blanc, then held off the late charge from 8-5 […]

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Keeneland November Sale Concludes With Increase In Average, Median Figures

Fierce competition for quality horses among an exceptionally deep buying bench generated healthy results as Keeneland’s November Breeding Stock Sale concluded Saturday. Buyer confidence carried forward from the September Yearling Sale, spurring premium prices; increases in average and median; and the sale of 18 horses for $1 million or more, led by the $6 million paid […]

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Weanling Filly By Conveyance Tops Penultimate Session Of Keeneland November Sale

Joel Zawitz paid $50,000 for a weanling filly by first-crop sire Conveyance from the family of champion Indian Blessing for the most expensive purchase during Friday’s 11th and penultimate session of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale. Buck Pond Farm, agent, consigned the daughter of the winning Successful Appeal mare Appealing Diva. Her family also […]

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Mare In Foal To Wicked Strong Tops Thursday’s Keeneland November Session

Calumet Farm acquired the session-topping horse on Thursday at the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale, paying $110,000 for the Unbridled’s Song mare Camryn’s Gem in foal to Wicked Strong. Hill ‘n’ Dale Sales Agency, agent, sold Camryn’s Gem, a 6-year-old mare from the family of champions Rubiano and Summer Bird and Grade 1 winner and […]

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Graded Stakes-Placed You’re To Blame Paces Keeneland November Session

Horses of racing age were featured on Tuesday during the eighth session of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale, fetching the day’s highest prices, led by the $440,000 paid by Steven W. Young, agent, for You’re to Blame, a 3-year-old graded stakes-placed son of Distorted Humor from the family of multiple champion Gio Ponti. Lane’s […]

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