Peter Bradley

$1.8-Million Into Mischief Filly Rocks Record Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Sale

The meteoric rise of the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic 2-year-olds in training sale from a place for early-season scratches, buybacks, and regionally-bred horses into a legitimate place to sell an upper-market juvenile continued in 2019, with the sale once again breaking records in gross and average sale price. A $1.8-million Into Mischief filly became the most expensive […]

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Bradley: Four Track Records In Chile Precipitated Dacita’s Purchase

Leading into the Grade I Beverly D. at Arlington International Racecourse last Saturday, all eyes were on a mare from Argentina to see if she could best the top turf females in the United States. It took another runner from South America to do so, coming in the form of Sheep Pond Partners and Bradley […]

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Bradley Purchases Promising Irish Filly Last Waltz

Promising juvenile filly Last Waltz, who was recently third in the Group 3  C.L & M.F Park Weld Stakes at the Curragh, has been purchased by Peter Bradley and will continue her career in the U.S. According to an article at, the daughter of Danehill Dancer will make her next start during the upcoming Keeneland fall […]

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Dacita Mows ‘Em Down To Win Ballston Spa In U.S. Debut

Closing with a rush from eighth at the furlong pole, Chilean-bred Dacita collared Grade 1 Just a Game winner Tepin in the final stride to win the Grade 2 Ketel One Ballston Spa Stakes by a head at Saratoga on Saturday. Ridden to victory by Javier Castellano, who a half-hour earlier guided Keen Ice to a […]

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Ownership Insights presented by OwnerView: ‘You Have to Have Patience’

Ownership Insights presented by OwnerView is a weekly series examining different aspects of Thoroughbred ownership. A more detailed presentation on these subjects will be made during the Thoroughbred Owner Conference at Keeneland Race Course in Lexington, Ky., Oct. 13-16. Click here for more information. Peter R. Bradley’s career in the Thoroughbred industry began at Southern California racetracks, where […]

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