phoenix thoroughbreds

Gronkowski ‘Going The Right Way’ For Bin Ghadayer In Dubai

Trainer Salem bin Ghadayer is entering the first big card of the UAE season on Thursday with proverbial guns blazing and the biggest piece of his arsenal appears to be Phoenix Thoroughbreds and Khalid bin Mishref’s $12 million Dubai World Cup sponsored by Emirates Airline (G1) runner-up Gronkowski who makes his first start since losing […]

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Group 1 Winner Sands Of Mali To Be Offered At Tattersalls December Mares Sale

The Group 1-winning sprinter Sands of Mali is be offered as a wildcard at the forthcoming Tattersalls December Mares Sale that takes place next week from Monday, Dec. 2 to Thursday Dec. 5. The son of Panis is cataloged as Lot 1621A and will be offered on Monday from Richard Fahey’s Musley Bank Stables. The 4-year-old […]

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Phoenix Thoroughbreds Founder And CEO Named In Money Laundering Case; Company Denies Allegations

Amer Abdulaziz Salman, the Dubai-based founder and CEO of the high-flying Phoenix Fund Investments that has spent tens of millions of dollars at bloodstock auctions and in private sales globally since its 2017 launch, was named in a criminal case in New York as “one of the main money launderers” affiliated with a multi-billion-dollar cryptocurrency […]

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Lady Apple’s Remington Oaks Win Part Of Asmussen’s Record-Setting Night

Multiple graded stakes winner Lady Apple racked up another high-end score on Sunday afternoon when she prevailed in the Grade 3, $195,200 Remington Park Oaks. Lady Apple swept to the lead in the short field of four by the time the field left the turn, engaging Gold Standard and Classic Fit at the top of […]

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Henley’s Joy ‘On Target’ For Saratoga Derby, To Be Joined By New Stablemate Kadar

Trainer Mike Maker will be represented by a pair of strong contenders in the second leg of the Turf Trinity in the $1 million Saratoga Derby set for Sunday, August 4, when he saddles Henley’s Joy and newcomer Kadar. Bloom Racing Stable’s Henley’s Joy was a three-quarter length winner of the first leg of the […]

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Lady Apple Digs In For Iowa Oaks Win

Phoenix Thoroughbreds and KatieRich Farms’ Lady Apple battled the length of the stretch with co-favored Ulele in Friday’s Grade 3 Iowa Oaks, just getting the better of that rival in the final sixteenth to win by a neck. The 3-year-old Curlin filly had made her most recent start in the G1 Kentucky Oaks, finishing third, […]

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Bernardini Filly Tops Inaugural Fasig-Tipton Santa Anita 2-Year-Olds In Training Sale

The debut edition of the Fasig-Tipton Santa Anita 2-Year-Olds In Training Sale dropped into a difficult climate for a horse auction, with Santa Anita Park embroiled in crisis following a series of breakdowns throughout its current meet. The sale faced the task of picking up the torch from the local Barretts auction company, which folded […]

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‘Freak’ Liam’s Map Colt Brings $1.2 Million To Top OBS Spring Sale’s Third Session

Numbers were already tracking safely ahead in both the daily and cumulative returns by the time a Liam’s Map colt lit up the board for $1.2 million near the end of Thursday’s session at the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co. Spring Sale of 2-Year-Olds in Training, but the seven-figure transaction ensured the upward trend would continue […]

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Tapit Colt Brings Sale-Record $2 Million At OBS March

A colt by commercial powerhouse Tapit set an unprecedentedly high bar in the early goings of the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co. March 2-Year-Olds in Training Sale, going to the partnership of West Point Thoroughbreds, Robert Masiello, and Siena Farms for $2 million, setting a new record price for the OBS March sale. The gray or […]

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Seven Top A Million Guineas On Second Day Of Tattersalls December Mares Sale

The Tattersalls December Mares Sale exploded into life on Tuesday evening with seven fillies and mares realizing one million guineas (US$1,335,097) or more and a further 21 selling above 500,000 guineas ($667,548). The turnover on the second day reached a remarkable 42,534,600 guineas ($56,797,280) at an average of 218,126 guineas ($291,247) and a median of […]

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