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Report: Coolmore Buys Racing, Breeding Interest In Maximum Security

Maximum Security, a leading candidate for an Eclipse Award for outstanding 3-year-old male of 2019, will be co-owned by Coolmore when he makes his next start. Daily Racing Form’s David Grening reports that Gary West, who bred and co-owns the son of the Street Cry stallion New Year’s Day with wife Mary, has sold a […]

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Lil Indy, Dam Of Maximum Security, Consigned To Keeneland November Sale

Lil Indy, the dam of multiple Grade 1 winner Maximum Security, will be sold in foal to leading sire Quality Road during the premier Book 1 of Keeneland’s November Breeding Stock Sale on Wednesday, Nov. 6. Also offered is a weanling full-sister to Maximum Security. Both Lil Indy and her weanling filly are consigned by […]

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Seven-Figure Union Rags Colt Tops Fourth Session Of Keeneland September Sale

After the glitzy prices and pedigrees of Book 1 and the auction’s traditional “Dark Day” to give everyone time to catch their breath and catch up on inspections, the heart of the trade in the Keeneland September Yearling Sale started beating on Friday with the start of Book 2. At the section’s halfway point, the […]

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SF Bloodstock Donates $100,000 To Co-Sponsor New Vocations’ Indoor Arena

New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program announced today that leading owner, SF Bloodstock, has donated $100,000 to co-sponsor the program’s indoor arena. SF Bloodstock joins co-sponsor Stonestreet Stables, who were the first to pledge their support, and Fasig-Tipton, who are co-sponsoring in honor of the late Bill Graves. “There’s nothing’s more important than life beyond the […]

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Love The Chase, Dam Of California Chrome, Joins Accelerate’s Debut Book of Mares

Love the Chase, dam of two-time Horse of the Year California Chrome, will be part of the first book for Breeders’ Cup Classic winner and Horse of the Year finalist Accelerate in 2019. Tom Ryan of SF Bloodstock announced the plan as part of a series of mating announcements on Twitter for the operation’s broodmare […]

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Strong Trade Continues Into Day Three Of Keeneland January Sale

Competition for quality broodmares and yearlings remained spirited during Wednesday’s penultimate session of the four-day Keeneland January Horses of All Ages Sale. Keeneland sold 238 horses for $4,074,300, for an average of $17,119 and a median of $8,000. During the third session of the 2018 auction, 236 horses grossed $3,442,700, for an average of $14,588 […]

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Debut Juvenile Winner Federal Case Brings $650,000 Tuesday At Keeneland November Sale

Federal Case, a 2-year-old son of Gemologist who won his career debut in October at Keeneland, sold for $650,000 to West Bloodstock, agent for Robert and Lawana Low, to be the most expensive horse of Tuesday’s ninth session of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale. Keeneland sold 244 horses on Tuesday for $6,337,000 for an […]

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Quality Road Filly Brings $420,000 To Top Tuesday At Keeneland September Sale

The buoyant pace showed no sign of slowing down on Tuesday, the eighth session of Keeneland’s September Yearling Sale, powered by a Quality Road filly sold for $420,000 to Jamie McCalmont, agent for Sarah Kelley. Consigned by Stone Farm, the filly is out of the Pulpit mare Chapel, a full sister to Senada, winner of the 2011 […]

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Kentucky Derby Winner Always Dreaming Retired To WinStar Farm

Always Dreaming, winner of the 2017 Kentucky Derby and Grade 1 Florida Derby, has been retired from racing and will join the stallion ranks at WinStar Farm. Hailing from the Unbridled sire line, the most dominant classic sire line in recent years, Always Dreaming was campaigned by Teresa Viola Racing Stables, St. Elias Stables, MEB […]

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Justify: Racing’s $75-Million Horse?

ESPN sports business reporter Darren Rovell writes that Saturday’s victory in the Grade 1 Belmont Stakes pushed the value of Triple Crown winner Justify to an all-time record $75 million. Rovell and the New York Times previously reported after the Preakness that an agreement was in place for the owners of Justify’s breeding rights – […]

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