‘Cool Under Fire’: Jockey Pablo Morales Celebrated Career Year In 2019

Pablo Morales had the kind of year in 2019 most jockeys only dream about. He rode 226 winners, the 12th-highest total in North American, and his purse earnings of $4,053,906 marked a career-best. Given that he is 31 and either at the peak of his career, or rapidly approaching it, Morales doesn’t plan to spend […]

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‘They Took Away Our Dreams’: Haras Barlovento In Peru To Cease Breeding Operations After Stallion Deaths

Less than a week after four stallions were murdered on its premises – including shuttle stallion The Lieutenant, a half-brother to Triple Crown winner Justify – Haras Barlovento in Peru has announced it will exit the breeding industry. The farm made the announcement Tuesday on in its Instagram feed. Haras Barlovento was the target of […]

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The Lieutenant Among Four Stallions Killed During Farm Invasion In Peru

The Lieutenant, a Grade 3-winning half-brother to Triple Crown winner Justify, was among four stallions reported to be dead Sunday morning after a farm intrusion at Haras Barlovento in Peru, Thoroughbred Daily News reports. Other stallions killed in the attack were Grade 3 winner Cyrus Alexander, top Peruvian runner Kung Fu Mambo, and established sire […]

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‘King Of South America’: Romans Names Martin Chuan To Ride Everfast In Travers

Martin Chuan, a 24-year-old Peruvian jockey who has been riding this summer at Ellis Park, will be aboard Preakness runner-up Everfast in Saturday’s Grade 1 Runhappy Travers at Saratoga, trainer Dale Romans said Monday morning. A multiple Group 1 winner in his home country, Chuan is 5-4-4 from 24 starts at Ellis Park this year, […]

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Grade 2 Winner Forty Tales Sold To Peruvian Breeders

Forty Tales, a multiple Grade 2 winner, has been sold to stand at Haras El Catorce in Peru, the South American publication Turf Diario reports. A 9-year-old son of Tale of the Cat, Forty Tales previously stood at McMahon of Saratoga Thoroughbreds in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., for an advertised fee of $3,000. His first foals […]

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Gracia Divina Scores Breeders’ Cup Berth In Gran Premio Pamplona

Lightly-raced Stud Marmaon’s 3-year-old filly Gracia Divina (PER) passed front-running Tesonera (ARG) in the final furlong to win Sunday’s 1 ¼-mile Gran Premio Pamplona (G1) at Hipodromo Monterrico in Peru by 2 1/4 lengths over La Onda (PER), and earned an automatic berth into the Maker’s Mark Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf (G1) through […]

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The Lieutenant, Half To Justify, Shuttling To Peru

Becky Thomas and Boris Schwartzman are pleased to announce that graded stakes winner The Lieutenant, a Grade 3-winning half-brother to Triple Crown winner Justify, will stand the 2019 Southern Hemisphere breeding season at one of Peru’s leading stud farms, Haras Barlovento. The bay colt by champion 2-year-old and Kentucky Derby winner Street Sense retired with […]

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‘I’m A Fighter’: Back From Ankle Injury, Mena Now Tied Atop Churchill Standings

One year ago jockey Miguel Mena was laying on his couch not knowing if he’d ever ride again after severely breaking his ankle in March 2018. Entering Sunday’s nine-race program at Churchill Downs, Mena left no doubt he was back in top form as he was tied atop the jockey standings with Corey Lanerie. “I’m […]

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Dr. David Turoff Recognized As February’s Good Works Recipient

The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) applauds Dr. David Turoff, the February honoree of the Good Works for Horses Campaign, for his two decades of volunteer service improving the lives of working horses, donkeys and mules in underdeveloped regions of the world. Good Works for Horses honors AAEP-member practitioners who perform volunteer service to […]

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