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Cot Campbell, 1927-2018: Racing Visionary Revolutionized Horse Ownership

On Aug. 3 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., a dozen individuals were inducted in the National Museum of Racing Hall of Fame as Pillars of the Turf in recognition of their “extraordinary contributions” in leadership positions or as pioneers in the Thoroughbred industry. W. Cothran “Cot” Campbell was one of the inductees, honored for his game-changing […]

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Three Chimneys Reveals 2019 Fees, Topped By Gun Runner At $70,000

Three Chimneys has announced its 2019 stallion roster and fees, led by 2017 Horse of the Year Gun Runner, who bred a full book of mares this year and whose fee remains unchanged at $70,000 LFS&N for his second season at stud. “We are very pleased at the performance of our stallions this past year, […]

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Keeneland April Two-Year-Olds In Training Sale Set For April 9, 2019

Keeneland officials announced that the 2019 April Two-Year-Olds in Training Sale will be held Tuesday, April 9. The Preview Day, which will offer breezes over both the main dirt track and turf course, will be held Monday, April 8. “Keeneland looks forward to the return of the April Sale, and we anticipate we will see several 2018 […]

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PR Special Keeneland September: A Good Start For Palace Malice

The Keeneland September Yearling Sale continues with the third of four Book 1 sessions on Wednesday, and we are pleased to offer another edition of the print newsletter, the PR Special, available here and on the sale grounds in Lexington, Ky. Wednesday and Thursday’s final sessions of Book 1 get under way at 1 p.m. and can be viewed live at www.Keeneland.com. […]

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In Their Own Words: Palace Malice’s Belmont ‘A Wonderful Dream You Never Want To End’

The New York Racing Association is presenting a weekly series of diaries to help celebrate the 150th Belmont Stakes on June 9 at Belmont Park. “In Their Own Words” features prominent owners, trainers and jockeys as they re-live some of the most stirring moments in the rich history of the “Test of the Champion.” The […]

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First Foal By Palace Malice A Filly At Three Chimneys

Three Chimneys announced today that the first foal by Multiple Grade 1-winning millionaire Palace Malice was born at 2:00am on Thursday, January 12th. The filly is out of Multiple Graded Stakes Winner Ekati’s Phaeton and is owned by Three Chimneys Farm and partners. “We are very pleased with the foal,” said Grant Williamson, Director of […]

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Three Chimneys Releases 2017 Stallion Roster, Fees

Three Chimneys Farm today announced its 2017 Stallion Fees, with all fees remaining unchanged with the exception of Sky Mesa. “We have been delighted with the response from breeders to the reinvigorated roster at Three Chimneys, and our commitment to making sure we price them competitively so that our clients can be successful in the […]

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‘The Pedigree Is A Big Part’ Of A Horse’s Ability To Get Belmont Distance

The upcoming Belmont Stakes is a major test for this year’s crop of 3-year-olds, and their individual pedigrees may help to determine whether or not they’ll be able to last the distance of a mile and a half, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader. “I certainly believe the pedigree is a big part of it,” said […]

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Feld Family Stallions Presents Bloodlines: Like Father, Like Son?

With a splashing victory in the Grade 1 Preakness Stakes on May 21, Exaggerator showed why Triple Crown winners come around so infrequently. The Triple Crown requires a horse to adapt instantly to multiple situations for pace, track conditions, trip disadvantages, and sheer luck. And if any horse were to take advantage of something happening […]

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Pletcher Becomes 10th Trainer To Reach 4,000 Wins

Twelve-time defending Championship Meet leading trainer Todd Pletcher reached a personal milestone with his 4,000th career victory Friday at Gulfstream Park. In his seventh try since winning his 3,999th race on Sunday, Pletcher hit the 4,000 mark with 4-year-old first-time starter Eagle Scout ($9.80) in the fifth race, a one-mile maiden event on the main […]

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