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Quip, Liam’s Legend Headed To Dubai For Potential World Cup Carnival Starts

Two high-profile former trainees of USA-based Rodolphe Brisset are on their way to Dubai to join six-time UAE champion trainer Doug Watson’s Red Stables. Multiple Grade 2 winner Quip (pictured above) and recent sale topper Liam’s Legend have entered quarantine in Florida and are expected in Meydan’s quarantine facility in mid-December to point toward the […]

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Churchill Downs: Quip, Tenfold Square Off In Lukas Classic

WinStar Farm, China Horse Club International and SF Racing’s multiple graded stakes winner Quip will take on Winchell Thoroughbreds’ four-time winner Tenfold and eight other rivals under the lights in Saturday’s seventh running of the $250,000 Lukas Classic Presented by Budweiser (Grade III) – one of three stakes events on an action-packed 11-race card for the final Downs After Dark of 2019 at Churchill […]

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The Black Album, Grey Magician Top Nominees To Caesars Stakes

Indiana’s richest turf race, the $200,000-guaranteed Caesars Stakes (Listed), has drawn 35 nominations. The 14th running of the event will take place Wednesday, Sept. 4 at Indiana Grand. More than a dozen horses on the list have Graded Stakes experience, including the French-bred colt The Black Album from the Rodolphe Brisset Stable. The Wootton Bassett […]

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East Coast Quartet Takes On Pacific Classic

They’ve come from the East in numbers unprecedented in TVG Pacific Classic history. Four horses in a field of 10, with highly-regarded connections, have shipped in for the $1 million, 1 ¼-mile signature event of the Del Mar summer meeting. The group is sufficiently impressive to track oddsmaker Russ Hudak that he made Seeking the […]

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Rodolphe Brisset Fined, Keeneland Winner Disqualified For Medication Violation

Trainer Rodolphe Brisset said a recent positive test in one of his horses for the prohibited adjunct bleeder medication aminocaproic acid was either a barn or veterinary mistake. The positive test and subsequent disqualification of Talk Veuve to Me from an April 11 allowance/optional claiming race victory at Keeneland in Lexington, Ky., was reported in […]

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Quip, Tom’s D’Etat Considered For Starts In ‘Win And You’re In’ Whitney

Trainer Rodolphe Brisset is considering a start in the Grade 1, $1 million Whitney Handicap on August 3 at Saratoga for Quip, who ran a game second behind Seeking the Soul in Saturday’s Grade 2 Stephen Foster at Churchill Downs. Owned by WinStar Farm, China Horse Club and SF Racing, the two-time graded stakes winning […]

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Seeking The Soul, Yoshida Await Gift Box In Grade 2 Stephen Foster

Hronis Racing LLC’s Santa Anita Handicap winner Gift Box will invade from the West Coast to take on Grade 1 winners Seeking The Soul and Yoshida in Saturday night’s 38th running of the G2 Stephen Foster. The 1 1/8-mile Stephen Foster is the richest of six graded stakes races on Saturday’s special 11-race night racing […]

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My Majestic Rose Wears Down Favored Sneaking Out In Summertime Oaks

Judy Hicks’ homebred My Majestic Rose ranged up outside the frontrunner and favorite Sneaking Out, then battled that filly down the lane to win Sunday’s Grade 2 Summertime Oaks by a half-length. The 3-year-old Majestic Warrior filly, trained by Rodolphe Brisset and sent to post at odds of 5-1, covered 1 1/16 miles over Santa […]

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Oaklawn Handicap Winner Quip Takes Aim At Stephen Foster

WinStar Farm, China Horse Club International and SF Racing’s Oaklawn Handicap (Grade II) winner Quip is at Keeneland preparing for a start in the $600,000 Stephen Foster presented by GE Appliances (GII) on June 15, and trainer Rodolphe Brisset believes the son of Distorted Humor could be on track for a strong 4-year-old campaign. “Since we gave him six months off after the Preakness, he’s really changed and […]

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Positive Spirit ‘OK,’ ‘Sound’ After Clipping Heels In Kentucky Oaks

The Rodolphe Brisset-trained Positive Spirit has recovered from her spill at the beginning of Friday’s Kentucky Oaks (GI), and was in good order in her barn early Saturday morning at Churchill Downs. The Michael J. Ryan and Gerry Dilger-owned half-sister to Kentucky Derby (GI) winner Always Dreaming and Spinaway (GI) winner Hot Dixie Chick clipped […]

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