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Claiborne: Flatter’s 2018 Fee Bumped To $40,000, Mastery To Stand For $25,000

Stud fees for Claiborne Farm’s 2018 stallion roster have been released. Among the twelve stallions currently standing at the Hancock family’s historic farm in Paris, KY, is international super sire War Front, who will remain at $250,000 next year. War Front’s G1-winning progeny this year includes Roly Poly, War Flag, Avenge, American Patriot and 2-year-old […]

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Mastery Arriba A Claiborne Farm, Se Inicia Como Semental En 2018

El invicto Mastery, ganador selectivo Grado 1, hizo su muy esperado arribo a Claiborne Farm el 12 de Junio. El tresañero ha sido definitivamente retirado de las pistas y se iniciará como semental en el legendario establecimiento de cría a partir de 2018, de acuerdo a la información suministrada por Bernie Sams, representante del haras. […]

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Absentee Bidding Now Available On Old Friends’ Homecoming Halter Auction

Old Friends, the Thoroughbred Retirement Facility is Georgetown, KY, will host its 13th Annual Homecoming Event on Sunday May 7th beginning at 1 pm. The event features a live and silent auction of artwork, prints, and racing memorabilia, including several premiere collectible stallion halters. For those unable to attend the event, absentee bidding for several […]

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In The Stud Presented By KERx: Runhappy, New For 2017

The Paulick Report is pleased to bring back a popular photo/video feature that will run every other week and will spotlight stallions standing in Kentucky. The series, put together by our friends at EquiSport Photos, will feature stallions that are either just entering stud in 2017, or stallions that have not yet had their first crop […]

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ESPN’s ‘Barnyard Buddies’ Feature Earns Media Eclipse

The National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA), Daily Racing Form and the National Turf Writers and Broadcasters (NTWAB) today announced that ESPN, for its news magazine program E:60 feature “Barnyard Buddies,” on the unusual relationships between racehorses and stable companion animals, has won the Media Eclipse Award for Television – Feature Programming. The program aired on […]

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Bloodlines: Which New Sires Will Attract Most Attention In 2017?

The entering group of stallion prospects for 2017 is not large, nor should it be. There are nine new boys for the upper tier of the stallion market, and by stud fee, these are Frosted (by Tapit; $50,000), California Chrome (Lucky Pulpit; $40,000), Nyquist (Uncle Mo; $40,000), Exaggerator (Curlin; $30,000), Air Force Blue (War Front; […]

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McIngvale Reaches To Argentina To Fill Pegasus Slot

James McIngvale first purchased a slot in the starting gate for the $12 million Pegasus World Cup on Jan. 28 in the hope that his champion sprinter Runhappy could stretch out to nine furlongs. After an unplaced effort in this year’s Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile, Runhappy was retired to Claiborne Farm. McIngvale had been searching […]

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Official Breeders’ Cup Hats Available In Online Auction To Support After The Finish Line

A total of 46 official Breeders’ Cup hats, donated by the horses’ connections, are now listed on Ebay for online auction to support After The Finish Line, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization “dedicated to the welfare of Thoroughbred horses who can no longer race or breed,” according to its website. After The Finish Line donates funding […]

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Champion Runhappy Retired To Claiborne, Will Stand For $25,000 In 2017

Gallery Racing has announced that 2015 Eclipse Champion Sprinter Runhappy has been retired from racing and will enter stud at Claiborne Farm in 2017. Undefeated in sprint competition, Runhappy won at six different tracks, scoring on both all-weather and dirt surfaces labeled fast, sloppy and muddy, all the while racing 100% drug free. A breakout […]

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Tamarkuz Springs 11-1 Upset In BC Dirt Mile

Shadwell Stables’ Tamarkuz was 11-1 on the board when the field left the gates in Friday’s Breeders’ Cup Las Vegas Dirt Mile, but he proved to be a dominant winner, laying well-back early and turning it on down the lane to win by 3 1/2 lengths. Breeders’ Cup veteran jockey Mike Smith recorded his 23rd win […]

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