ken and sarah ramsey

Henley’s Joy Springs 20-1 Upset In Belmont Derby

Bloom Racing Stable’s Henley’s Joy surprised bettors with a 20-1 upset in Saturday’s Grade 1 Belmont Derby, his first win of 2019. The 3-year-old son of Kitten’s Joy and jockey Jose Lezcano defeated 16-1 chance Social Paranoia by three-quarters of a length on the wire, completing 1 1/4 miles over Belmont’s firm turf course in […]

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Camelot Kitten Retired To Questroyal North In New York

Barry Ostrager has announced that multiple graded stakes-winning millionaire Camelot Kitten will join the 2019 stallion roster at Questroyal North in Stillwater, N.Y., where he will become the first son of perennial leading sire Kitten’s Joy to stand in the Empire State. The 6-year-old Camelot Kitten is owned by his breeders, Kenneth L. and Sarah […]

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Kentucky Farm Time Capsule: Before It Belonged To Kitten’s Joy, Almahurst Raised Exterminator

Central Kentucky is filled with properties that have produced quality horseflesh over the course of centuries, but few can boast the kind of diverse resume seen from Almahurst Farm, known today as Ramsey Farm. Though its history pre-dates the formation of the state in which it resides, Almahurst’s time as a nursery of racehorses essentially […]

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Keeneland Fall Meet Leaders: Ramseys Earn 21st Title, Gaffalione Tops Tough Colony

The race for Keeneland’s Fall Meet leading owner, trainer and jockey honors went down to closing day. Ken and Sarah Ramsey won their 21st leading owner title at Keeneland with six wins during the Fall Meet. Eclipse Award winners, the Ramseys are the all-time leading owners at Keeneland by number of races won and meet […]

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Daring Duchess Looks For Redemption, One Of Three Maker Entries In Grade 3 Dowager

Ken and Sarah Ramsey’s multiple graded stakes-placed Daring Duchess heads a field of 10 entered Thursday for Sunday’s 27th running of the $125,000 Rood & Riddle Dowager (G3) for fillies and mares going 1½ miles on the grass. The Rood & Riddle Dowager will go as the eighth race on Sunday’s nine-race program with a 4:57 p.m. ET post […]

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Two Yearlings Bring $65,000 Apiece On Penultimate Day Of Keeneland September Sale

Two horses each sold for $65,000 to lead Saturday’s 12th session of the 13-day Keeneland September Yearling Sale. Cumulatively, Keeneland has sold 2,733 yearlings for $375,796,200, for a 22.07 percent increase in gross receipts from the entire 12-session sale in 2017 when Keeneland sold 2,555 horses for $307,845,400. The average of $137,503 was 14.12 percent above […]

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Asmussen, Hernandez Capture Titles At Churchill Downs Meet Topped By Record Derby Week

A Kentucky Derby Week that established records on several fronts and headlined by a victory in the “Run for the Roses” that launched unbeaten Justify’s run to a Triple Crown provided a strong start to Churchill Downs Racetrack’s 2018 Spring Meet that concluded its successful 38-day run on Saturday, June 30. Along with Justify’s unforgettable performance at […]

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Paulick Report 6/29 News Minute Presented By The Queen’s Plate At Woodbine

The 159th running of North America’s oldest horse race has finally arrived. In this edition of the News Minute, Scott Jagow has more on Saturday’s card at Woodbine featuring the Queen’s Plate, plus news of a stewards change-up at Del Mar, three prominent Hall of Fame inductees and a Royal Ascot winner who’s retiring. Watch […]

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Baffert, Ramseys Chosen For Kentucky Athletic Hall Of Fame

Two-time Triple Crown winning trainer Bob Baffert and prolific Thoroughbred owners Ken and Sarah Ramsey were chosen this week to enter the 2018 class of the Kentucky Athletic Hall of Fame. Baffert and the Ramseys are among seven inductees selected by 15 sports media members throughout Kentucky. The other honorees: Sam Ball, Super Bowl winner, […]

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Ramseys Send Out Trio Of Queen’s Plate Contenders

Owner-breeders Ken and Sarah Ramsey, who won the 2016 Queen’s Plate with Sir Dudley Digges, will send out three starters in Sunday’s Gallop for the Guineas. The familiar red and white Ramsey silks are back at Woodbine for the 159th running of the Plate, this time in the form of Boyhood Dream, Marriage Counselor and […]

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