Recruiting Ready

Happy Farm Scores In Rescheduled Fall Highweight

M and A Racing’s Happy Farm, with Jorge Vargas, Jr. up for trainer Jason Servis, held off a late charge from Wonderful Light to capture Sunday’s rescheduled Grade 3, $200,000 Fall Highweight by three-quarters-of-a-length in the final stakes event of the Aqueduct Racetrack fall meet. Happy Farm, who made his stakes debut in the six […]

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Recruiting Ready Takes On Firenze Fire In Thursday’s Fall Highweight

Sagamore Farm’s Recruiting Ready, fresh off a stakes victory last out, will look to register another victory in his stellar 5-year-old campaign as part of a nine-horse field in Thursday’s Grade 3, $200,000 Fall Highweight at Aqueduct Racetrack. One of three stakes on the nine-race Thanksgiving Day card, the 106th running of the Fall Highweight, […]

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Hough: Scars Are Cool To Discovery, Recruiting Ready To Fall Highweight

Following their respective recent victories over the main track at Churchill Downs, trainer Stanley Hough plans on sending allowance winner Scars Are Cool and five-time stakes winner Recruiting Ready to Aqueduct Racetrack for graded stakes action. Scars Are Cool, a chestnut sophomore son of Malibu Moon, will point towards the Grade 3, $200,000 Discovery set […]

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‘Very Talented’ Global Campaign Preparing For Jim Dandy

Sagamore Farm and WinStar Farm’s Global Campaign is scheduled to breeze over Saratoga’s Oklahoma training track Saturday morning, a week ahead of an anticipated start in the Grade 2, $600,000 Jim Dandy presented by NYRA Bets. Global Campaign, a sophomore son of two-time Horse of the Year Curlin, is slated to work at 5:30 a.m. […]

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Whitmore Takes On Catalina Cruiser In True North Stakes

Grade 1-winner Whitmore and the returning Catalina Cruiser headline Friday’s Grade 2, $250,000 True North, a 6 ½-furlong sprint for 4-year-olds and upward at Belmont Park. Trained by Ron Moquett for owners Robert LaPenta, Southern Springs Stables and Head of Plains Partners, Whitmore broke through at the Grade 1 level in August at Saratoga Race […]

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Met Mile Next Target For Firenze Fire After Convincing Runhappy Score

Mr. Amore Stable’s homebred Firenze Fire surged to the lead at the top of the lane en route to a convincing score in Saturday’s $150,000 Runhappy, a six-furlong sprint for 4-year-olds and up at Belmont Park. Trained by Jason Servis, the 4-year-old Poseidon’s Warrior colt was quickest out of the gate under Irad Ortiz, Jr. […]

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Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: For Hough, Being Around Horses ‘Isn’t Really A Job’

He may have been retired, but Stanley Hough still had a few business interests in the Thoroughbred industry. So when his golf game started to slip, and then long-time mentee Hunter Rankin called with a new opportunity, Hough decided to wade back in. For the past several years, Hough and Sagamore president Rankin have been […]

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Recruiting Ready Proves Deserving Favorite In Gulfstream Park Sprint

Sagamore Farm’s Recruiting Ready was sent off as the 1-2 favorite in Saturday’s Grade 3 Gulfstream Park Sprint and delivered an easy three-length score under jockey Luis Saez. The 5-year-old son of Algorithms, trained by Stanley Hough, covered six furlongs over the fast main track in 1:09.53. It was the first victory in six career […]

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Recruiting Ready Bids For Graded Stakes Score In Gulfstream Park Sprint

Sagamore Farm’s multiple stakes winner Recruiting Ready takes another shot at adding an elusive graded triumph to his resume when he faces seven rivals in Saturday’s $100,000 Gulfstream Park Sprint (G3). The 40th running of the six-furlong Gulfstream Park Sprint for 4-year-olds and up is the third of nine graded-stakes worth $1.65 million in purses on […]

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World Of Trouble Demonstrates Versatility In Gulfstream’s Off-Turf Sprint Stakes

World of Trouble once again demonstrated high levels of speed and versatility Saturday at Gulfstream Park, where the 4-year-old son of Kantharos sped to a 2 ¾-length triumph in the $150,000 Turf Sprint Stakes. The five-furlong sprint, which was moved from the turf course to the sloppy main track, was the first of nine stakes […]

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