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Songbird To Mandy Pope For $9.5 Million, Tepin To Magnier For $8 Million At Fasig-Tipton November

Fasig-Tipton concluded its single-session November Sale of breeding stock Monday night with a flurry of seven-figure sales and record gross sales of $74,200,000 and the third most expensive horse of all time in champion Songbird, who brought $9.5 million. Another racing superstar, Tepin, sold for $8 million and was the fourth highest priced ever at the […]

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Miss Temple City, American Patriot Each ‘Shooting For A Piece Of Keeneland History’ In Shadwell Turf Mile

The Club Racing, Needle in a Haystack and Sagamore Farm’s Miss Temple City, who last year became the first filly to win the Maker’s 46 Mile (G1) and Shadwell Turf Mile (G1), will attempt to become the third horse to repeat in the Shadwell when she faces 13 rivals in the 32nd running of the […]

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Miss Temple City, Múltiple Ganadora De Grado, A La Venta En La Subasta De Noviembre De Fasig-Tipton

Miss Temple City, múltiple ganadora Grado 1, será ofrecida en la subasta de Fasig-Tipton del venidero lunes 6 de Noviembre en Lexington, Kentucky. La cincoañera será consignada como prospecto de yegua madre por Select Sales (agente). Toda una trotamundos, Miss Temple City está entre las más exitosas yeguas grameras de fecha reciente. Entrenada por Graham […]

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Bloodlines: Value And ‘Upside’ In Embracing Turf?

When breeders come to review potential mates for their mares, the majority of mare owners are looking for the most commercial sires, and that generally means “young, precocious, and dirt-oriented,” if not campaigned entirely on domestic, conventional dirt surfaces. This makes the revelation of “turf form” all the more interesting from the progeny of stallions […]

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G1 Winner Miss Temple City To Be Offered At Fasig-Tipton November Sale

Multiple Grade 1 winner Miss Temple City will be offered at the Fasig-Tipton November Sale on Monday, November 6 in Lexington, Kentucky. The five-year-old mare will be consigned as a racing/broodmare prospect by Select Sales, agent. The globe-trotting Miss Temple City is among the most accomplished turf females in recent memory. Trained by Graham Motion, […]

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Miss Temple City Grinds Out Victory In Kentucky Downs Ladies Turf

Miss Temple City returned to form with a determined, neck victory over Zipessa in the G3 Kentucky Downs Ladies Turf. The victory was the first for the daughter of Temple City since winning the G1 Matriarch in December. Since that time, she’s only run twice, finishing off the board in the G1 Queen Anne at […]

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Weekend Lineup: A Turf Feast Awaits At Kentucky Downs

It’s a light weekend of graded stakes across the country, with Kentucky Downs soaking up most of the spotlight with a historically excellent card. The 10-race day features four stakes, three of them graded, with total purses reaching $1.7 million. The feature event and final race is the Grade 3, $600,000 Calumet Farm Kentucky Turf […]

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West: Diving Into Kentucky Downs’ ‘Best Racing Card’ Ever

With $1.7 million spread out over four stakes, three of them graded, Kentucky Downs will present the best racing card in its history Saturday. Racing royalty, Hall of Famers and millionaires are converging on the unique racetrack located near the Tennessee-Kentucky border. Sitting on a site once infamous for its tolerance of duels, Kentucky Downs quickly […]

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Half-Brother To Irish War Cry, Irish Strait Favored In Wednesday’s $400,000 Tourist Mile

Trainer Graham Motion was a bit surprised hear Irish Strait is the 2-1 morning-line favorite in Wednesday’s $400,000 Tourist Mile at Kentucky Downs. But the 5-year-old gelding is arguably the most consistent horse in the field of eight, especially on the turf. The son of turf champion English Channel won Monmouth Park’s Grade 3 Red […]

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Royal Ascot Schedule: When Are The U.S.-Based Horses Running?

The Royal Ascot meeting kicks off Tuesday, June 20, and a number of U.S. runners will be putting in bids to repeat the success of Tepin in last year’s Queen Anne Stakes. For the first time, NBC Sports will be broadcasting live coverage of the full five-day meeting, which runs through Saturday, June 24, running […]

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