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Champion Inside Information Dies At 26

Champion Inside Information died Saturday, Oct. 14 at Claiborne Farm from natural causes due to old age. She was 26. Born at Claiborne in May 1991, Inside Information (Private Account—Pure Profit by Key to the Mint) won 14 of her 17 career starts and was a 6-time Grade 1 winner. She was named the 1995 […]

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Phipps Family Honored At Belmont Stakes Charity Celebration

The Phipps family, represented by Ande Phipps and Ogden Phipps II, the wife and son of the late Ogden Mills (Dinny) Phipps, accepted the inaugural Dinny Phipps Award at the annual Belmont Stakes Charity Celebration held on June 8, 2017, at Bryant Park Grill in New York City. Earle Mack, an active participant in Thoroughbred […]

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Phipps Family To Receive Inaugural Dinny Phipps Award

The Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation announced today that the Phipps family will be the recipient of the inaugural Dinny Phipps Award when it is presented at the Belmont Stakes Charity Celebration on Thursday evening, June 8, at the Bryant Park Grill in New York City. Earle Mack, an active participant in Thoroughbred racing and breeding […]

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Contenders for Holy Bull Turn in Sharp Sunday Works

Dania Beach Stakes winner Mr Speaker breezed a half-mile at Payson Park Sunday morning in preparation for a scheduled start in next Saturday’s $400,000 Holy Bull Stakes (G2) at Gulfstream Park. “He worked in :49 2/5 and worked great,” trainer Shug McGaughey said. Mr Speaker is set to make his debut on dirt in the […]

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Keeneland Presents American Graded Stakes Standings: Family Ties

The racing spotlight was on Churchill Downs last weekend as the historic track played host to the G1 Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks. In addition, the Louisville oval contested nine other graded stakes races over the same weekend. Orb’s victory in the Kentucky Derby was his third graded stakes win of the year, moving him […]

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By Ray Paulick One of the first projects that landed on my desk when I joined the Thoroughbred Times as managing editor in 1988 was a feature story on the Jockey Club, the organization historically entrusted with registering Thoroughbreds and being the keeper of the Stud Book. The article was accompanied by a lengthy mail-in […]

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