Mocito Rojo Kicks Off Opening Night Of Remington Thoroughbred Season

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt was on hand for the Opening Night of the Remington Park Thoroughbred Season to present the trophy to the winner of the $175,000 Governor’s Cup. He handed the hardware to Mocito Rojo, a horse that has been hoarding the trophies from three different states. The Governor’s Cup was the 5-year-old horse’s […]

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Gin And Platonic First Winner For Classic-Placed Medal Count

Spendthrift Farm freshman sire Medal Count was represented by his first winner when his two-year-old colt Gin and Platonic won on debut at Monmouth Park in a $48,600 Maiden Special Weight race on dirt. Campaigned by owner Mr. Amore Stable and trainer Kelly Breen, the bay colt overcame his rail post with a sharp break […]

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Sexton Mile: $10,000 Claim Mocito Rojo Kicks Clear In Graded Stakes Debut

Wayne Davis’ Mocito Rojo made his graded stakes debut a winning one on Sunday, closing ground and kicking away to win the G3 Steve Sexton Mile by two lengths over favored King Abner. The 5-year-old son of Mutadda was sent off at odds of 5-1 under Filemon Rodriguez, and he became the first graded winner […]

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Uncle Lino Retired To Stand At Pennsylvania’s Northview Stallion Station

Track record-setting, Grade 1-placed Uncle Lino, the first son of red-hot young sire Uncle Mo to stand in the Mid-Atlantic region, is set to enter stud at Northview Stallion Station in Peach Bottom, Pa. His stud fee is $4,000 live foal. “Northview has been looking extremely hard for a son of Uncle Mo,” said Northview […]

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Buck Recalls Days On The Track With Rags To Riches, Fleet Indian, Charismatic

Taking a trip down memory lane with Valeria Buck, president of Aftercare Continued Thoroughbred Training (ACTT Naturally) is a lot like flipping through old issues of the Blood-Horse from the 1990s and early 2000s. That’s because Buck, a former exercise rider, appeared in trade magazine photographs frequently atop the sport’s biggest horses. Though she’s now […]

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Stevens, Great Hot steal the Santa Maria

In a manner eerily similar to so many other stakes wins covering parts of four decades, comebacking Gary Stevens sent longshot Great Hot to the early lead in Saturday’s Grade II, $200,000 Santa Maria Stakes for older fillies and mares and put on a textbook exhibition on how to ride a frontrunner, guiding the 5-year-old […]

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Orientate moves to Maryland’s Northview Stallion Station

Grade 1 sire Orientate, Breeders’ Cup Sprint-G1 winner and the Eclipse Award-winning sprint champion of 2002, has been moved from Gainesway in Lexington, Ky., to Northview Stallion Station in Chesapeake City, Md.  Owned by a syndicate, Orientate will stand for $5,000. A son of major sprinter and sire Mt. Livermore, Orientate has established himself as […]

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Orientate colt tops strong day 3 at OBS April Sale

Ocala, Fl. – Hip No. 731, a colt by Orientate consigned by Eddie Woods, Agent, went to Hill N Dale Bloodstock for $450,000 to top the third session of the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Company’s 2012 Spring Sale of Two-Year-Olds in Training. The dark bay or brown colt, whose eighth in :10 flat was co-fastest at […]

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