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Champion Abel Tasman Consigned To 2019 Keeneland January Sale

Champion Abel Tasman, who won the 2017 Kentucky Oaks and five other Grade 1 races while earning nearly $2.8 million in her career, will be offered as a broodmare prospect by Taylor Made Sales Agency at Keeneland’s 2019 January Horses of All Ages Sale. Cataloged as Hip 288, Abel Tasman will sell Monday, Jan. 7, […]

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China Horse Club Purchases Interest In Kentucky Oaks Contender Sassy Sienna

The China Horse Club has purchased an interest in leading Oaks Contender Sassy Sienna from Medallion Racing, Sandra Lazaruk, and Jerry McClanahan. Sassy Sienna is 3rd on the Kentucky Oaks Leaderboard, coming into the Oaks off a gutsy victory in the G3 Fantasy Stakes. “We are thrilled to partner with the China Horse Club for […]

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‘Ludicrous’: Abel Tasman Removed From Callaghan Barn After Silks Mix-Up

Trainer Simon Callaghan expressed frustration Thursday over the removal of Grade 1-winning filly Abel Tasman from his barn due to a mix-up over jockey silks. In advance of the filly’s run in the Grade 3 Santa Ysabel last Saturday, Callaghan said his team ensured China Horse Club’s silks were ready in the jockeys’ room at Santa Anita Park. […]

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Magic Millions Closes Third Session With Seven-Figure Redoute’s Choice Colt

Magic Millions closed the third day of its Gold Coast Yearling Sale Friday with continued strong numbers, which officials credited to a strong Australian market overall and significant available prize money. Through the third session, the gross sales of 119,865,000 AUD ($898,388) had already surpassed this point last year, with a half-session left to go on […]

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British Buyers Take Advantage Of BHA-Approved Steroid Tests At Keeneland

This year’s Keeneland September yearling auction was the second edition of the sale held with the auction house’s new rule regarding steroid testing for horses shipping to Great Britain. The British Horseracing Authority announced a new zero-tolerance policy for anabolic steroids, which would ban horses for 12 months if any steroids have been given to […]

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