mind your biscuits

Mind Your Biscuits ‘Best He’s Ever Been’ Ahead Of Met Mile Try

New York-bred Horse of the Year Mind Your Biscuits, winner of the Group 1 Golden Shaheen in Dubai on March 31, turned in his first workout at Belmont Park since returning from a few weeks of freshening at the Fair Hill Training Center in Maryland, and is pointing to the Grade 1, $1.2 million Metropolitan […]

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Ehalt: Sol Kumin’s Ownership Model ‘Great For The Game’

Thoroughbred owner Sol Kumin was not a finalist in the outstanding owner category in last year’s Eclipse Awards, but voters may be unable to ignore the involvement of his various partnerships in 2018. Thus far, Kumin is part owner of Kentucky Derby winner Justify (and also third and fifth-place finishers Audible and My Boy Jack), […]

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Bromans, Mind Your Biscuits Receive Top Honors From New York Thoroughbred Breeders

When the top New York breeder and New York-bred horse of the year were announced at the annual awards banquet of the New York Thoroughbred Breeders, Inc. (NYTB), the names were familiar. Chester and Mary Broman were named the state’s outstanding breeders for the second straight year and fifth time overall. Mind Your Biscuits, the […]

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Mind Your Biscuits Passes Funny Cide As Top New York-Bred Earner

With his repeat victory in Saturday’s Group 1 Dubai Golden Shaheen, Mind Your Biscuits became the all-time leading money earner for a New York-bred, climbing to $3,719,286 from 21 races. The son of Posse surpassed Kentucky Derby winner Funny Cide, who retired in 2007 with earnings of $3,529,412 in 38 starts. In addition to his […]

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Audible Jumps To Second In NTRA Top 3-Year-Old Poll

New York-bred Audible (6 first-place votes, 381 points)hasmoved up to second in the latest NTRA Top 3-Year-Old Poll following a three-length score in Saturday’s $1 million Xpressbet Florida Derby, while Ireland-based Mendelssohn (9; 285) jumped to third on the basis of a track-record, 18 1/2-length win in the $2 million UAE Derby. Bolt d’Oro (28 first-place votes, 429 points), expected to run in Saturday’s Santa Anita Derby, […]

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Mind Your Biscuits Flies By X Y Jet For Golden Shaheen Repeat

For the second year in a row, Mind Your Biscuits will be leaving the UAE with some new hardware for his trophy cabinet. The 5-year-old son of Posse came flying from last in Saturday’s Group 1 Golden Shaheen to cross the wire a head in front of a very game X Y Jet. Trained by […]

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Miller Quartet ‘Sharp’ Ahead Of Dubai Sprint Starts

Carrying jockey Victor Espinoza, who is best known in Dubai as the rider of 2016 Dubai World Cup winner California Chrome, Conquest Tsunami breezed about 600m before dawn on Tuesday morning, streaking over the Meydan dirt in his last serious workout before the Al Quoz Sprint. Trainer Peter Miller oversaw the move down the stretch while standing […]

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Dubai World Cup Carnival Notes: U.S. Connections Settle In To UAE

Dubai World Cup Contenders Forever Unbridled – Charles Fipke’s champion Forever Unbridled, looking to become the first female winner of the race, went to the track shortly after 5:30 a.m. and galloped twice around as trainer Dallas Stewart and his son, Cole, watched from the rail. “We know she’s gifted,” Stewart said of the decision to […]

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Mind Your Biscuits Shows ‘Exactly What We Were Looking For’ In Final Work For Dubai

In what was his final major workout before shipping to Dubai, J Stables, Head of Plains Partners, et al.’s Mind Your Biscuits zipped through an about-1000m drill at Palm Meadows in South Florida in 59.45 seconds. Joel Rosario, who was aboard for his dominant win in last year’s $2 million Dubai Golden Shaheen sponsored by […]

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U.S. Contingent On Its Way To Dubai World Cup Races

The U.S. contingent set to compete in Dubai was scheduled to arrive there Wednesday, a week and a half ahead of the March 31 event. Of the 15 U.S.-based runners were expected to make the flight, five of them are competing in the $10 million Dubai World Cup: West Coast, Gunnevera, Mubtaahij, Forever Unbridled, and […]

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