sagamore racing

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 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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Saturday Afternoon Horses: Sagamore Farm Taking Racing ‘To The Next Level’

When Under Armour founder and CEO Kevin Plank started Sagamore Racing 10 years ago, his plan was to play at the top echelon of the sport, according to the Baltimore Sun. Despite a Breeders’ Cup winner in 2010, Sagamore had started struggling to find the winner’s circle in the Saturday afternoon races. Plank had never […]

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Pyranha Presents Barn Buddies: The Entourage That Soothed Native Dancer

Native Dancer, for all his racetrack achievements, wasn’t known for being the kind of horse you’d call cuddly. The winner of 21 out of 22 races, Native Dancer was a two-time Horse of the Year, made the cover of Time magazine, and was one of the top three television personalities of 1954. He was also […]

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Rankin Named President Of Sagamore Racing

Sagamore Racing recently announced the appointment of Hunter Rankin as president to oversee and guide the professional horse racing team and its farm operations. Rankin’s leadership and equine experience will play a pivotal role in steering the organization in its journey to one day win the Triple Crown. “I am so proud to lead this […]

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Graded Stakes Winner Happy My Way Euthanized

Sagamore Farm reports that their stakes-winning gelding, Happy My Way, had to be euthanized following surgery. The 5-year-old son of Wilko finished fifth in the West Virginia Legislature Chairman’s Cup Stakes at Mountaineer Park Aug. 1. Sagamore president Hunter Rankin issued the following statement Thursday: “It is with a heavy-heart that we share the news […]

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Favored Commissioner Earns Pimlico Special Victory

WinStar Farm’s Commissioner lived up to his odds-on billing with a comfortable victory in Friday’s Grade 3, $300,000 Sagamore Racing Pimlico Special, pulling away from his rivals to earn his second graded victory this year. Ridden by Javier Castellano, Commissioner pressed the early pace set by Encryption through opening fractions of :23.54, :48.16, and 1:12.74. […]

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Sagamore Racing To Sponsor Pimlico Special; Sponsorship Includes $30K Donation To TAA

The Maryland Jockey Club announced today that Sagamore Racing will be the named sponsor of the $300,000 Pimlico Special Friday, May 15. The Sagamore Racing Pimlico Special, contested May 15 for the 45th time, is for 3-year-olds and up at 1 3/16 miles. The race has a rich history of attracting some of Thoroughbred racing’s […]

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Sagamore Racing, Bloom Racing Stable Enter Partnership On San Felipe Starter, The Gomper

Sagamore Racing today announced a partnership with California-based Bloom Racing Stable for partial ownership of three-year-old colt, The Gomper, whose next scheduled outing will take place on Saturday, March 7 in the Grade 2 San Felipe Stakes at Santa Anita Park. “We could not be more excited about teaming up with Sagamore Racing with our […]

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Sagamore Announces Second Thoroughbred Naming Contest

Sagamore Racing today announced its second annual Naming Contest. Fans will have the unique opportunity to name one of Sagamore Racing’s Thoroughbreds, who was born during the Super Bowl XLVII “blackout.” Online submissions open on December 18 at Facebook.com/SagamoreRacing. Fans are encouraged to submit a name, in accordance with The Jockey Club regulations, for the […]

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