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Nyquist, Frosted Lead First-Crop Weanling Sires After November Sales

The incoming class of stallions with first weanlings reached its latest measuring point when it tested the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Fall Selected Mixed Sale and the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale earlier this month. When the dust settled, the pair in Godolphin blue filled the exacta by average first-crop weanling sale price. Champion Nyquist and multiple […]

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$750,000 Marquee Miss Tops Second Session Of Keeneland November Sale

The second session of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale continued to display steady trade during the North American auction calendar’s most populous mixed event, led by the $750,000 racing or broodmare prospect Marquee Miss. Tuesday’s session kicked off Book 2 of the sale with 223 horses sold for revenues of $34,942,000. The average sale […]

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Darley America Announces 2019 Fees, Topped By Medaglia d’Oro At $200,000

Darley America, based at Jonabell Farm in Lexington, Ky., has announced the advertised fees for its 2019 stallion roster. This year has seen Medaglia d’Oro enjoy fantastic returns in the sales ring. He has sired an astounding eight seven-figure yearlings, including three of the top four at Saratoga and an additional five at Keeneland September. Only Northern Dancer and Storm […]

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Coolmore, Godolphin Drive Upper Market In Keeneland September’s Second Session

Throwing back to the pre-recession days of Coolmore and Godolphin slugging it out for seven-figure horses, the two entities have been economic drivers at the top of the market as the Keeneland September Yearling Sale hit its halfway point for Book 1, with Coolmore landing the biggest blow so far on Tuesday when it bought […]

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Champion Nyquist’s First Foal Born In New York

The first reported foal by Nyquist was born on January 23rd at Joe and Anne McMahon’s farm, McMahon of Saratoga Thoroughbreds, in Saratoga Springs, New York. The new arrival is owned by the McMahons. The filly is out of the black type performer and Stakes-class producing mare Money My Honey, a half-sister to G1 winner […]

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PR Special Keeneland January: Young Sire First Foals

Today, the Paulick Report offers a second print edition available here and on the grounds at Keeneland, where the January Horses of All Ages Sale continues. In this edition of the PR Special, Natalie Voss resumes her look at medication in racing from the British perspective. Frank Mitchell turns the Stallion Spotlight on the young […]

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RMTC Auctioning Famous Racehorse Halters To Raise Funds For ‘Tactical Research’

Between November 24 and December 1, the Racing Medication and Testing Consortium (RMTC), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, will auction off halters of famous racing and stallion stars on its eBay page. All proceeds from the auction will go toward the RMTC’s four-year grant program beginning in 2018 to encourage tactical research into the detection and identification of […]

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Bloodlines Presented By Merck Animal Health: Having Ties To Last Two Derby Winners ‘Above Perfection’

When Always Dreaming pulled away from his opponents to win the Grade 1 Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs on Saturday, two of the people cheering loudest for the elegant bay were Irishmen from different counties of the Emerald Isle. Those two were Mike Ryan and Gerry Dilger. Operating under the name of Santa Rosa Partners, […]

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Chrome, Pharoah Halters Auctioned To Support Lexington’s Court Appointed Special Advocates

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Lexington has received horse halters from: American Pharaoh, California Chrome, Nyquist and the first halter of the first foal of American Pharaoh. The collection includes three Kentucky Derby winners, the hater from California Chrome is the last halter worn by the recently retired champion and a one of a […]

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Iliad Sharp In San Vicente Score For O’Neill

Trainer Doug O’Neill has won the Grade 2 San Vicente Stakes for the second year in a row. Last year, Nyquist used the race as a springboard to win the Kentucky Derby; this year, it was Kaleem Shah’s sophomore ridgling colt Iliad. The son of Ghostzapper was making his first start for O’Neill, having begun […]

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