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Mast Track, Alpha Bettor Relocating To California

Adena Springs Farm announced today that multiple graded stakes winner and Canadian Champion Alpha Bettor, and Grade 1 winner Mast Track have joined the stallion ranks in California. Adena Springs’ homebred Alpha Bettor, the Sovereign Award winner as Canada’s champion older horse, was a winner every year he raced from 2 to 8, won four […]

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Adena Springs Announces 2011 Stud Fees for Kentucky, Canada and New York Stallions

Press Release   Frank Stronach’s Adena Springs Farm released their 2011 stallion fees today.    In Kentucky, Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Awesome Again will stand for $50,000, and his son, Horse of the Year Ghostzapper will stand for $20,000. Macho Uno’s fee will be $15,000 and Einstein will stand for $7,500. Both Giacomo and […]

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WEEKEND STAKES: WHERE TO WATCH brought to you by KBC HORSE SUPPLIES

UPDATE: Santa Anita has cancelled its Saturday racing program due to heavy rain and ongoing drainage problems with its main track Pro-Ride surface. On Saturday, Santa Anita’s 10-race program will feature five stakes races, including the Grade 1 Las Virgenes and a pair of Grade 2s, the Strub and the Robert B. Lewis. The Las […]

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WEEKEND STAKES: WHERE TO WATCH brought to you by KBC Horse Supplies

As we find ourselves in the dog days of Thoroughbred racing, there are only two graded stakes races in the country this weekend, both of them Grade III. The most anticipated of the two is unquestionably the Native Diver Handicap, a nine furlong race on Hollywood Park’s synthetic main track. The star attraction, […]

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PAULICK’S SATURDAY PICKS: A BIG DAY FOR THE EUROS

By Ray Paulick Top to bottom, this may not be the most talented group of Breeders’ Cup horses that’s ever been assembled, but it’s the biggest handicapping challenge I can ever recall, especially considering new races like the Marathon, Turf Sprint, Dirt Mile and Juvenile Turf. As mentioned yesterday, the Breeders’ Cup Web site has […]

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GO BETWEEN TAKES PACIFIC CLASSIC

By Ray Paulick Garrett Gomez capped a huge weekend Sunday at Del Mar, winning the $1-million Pacific Classic aboard Peter Vegso’s Go Between, who wore down Well Armed in the final sixteenth of a mile to win by a neck. Mast Track finished third and Zappa was fourth in the 18th running of the mile […]

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