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True Timber Looks To Make The Grade In Kelso Handicap

Calumet Farm’s True Timber will attempt his first stakes victory when facing a wide-open field of seven assembled for Saturday’s 39th running of the Grade 2, $300,000 Kelso Handicap over the main track at Belmont Park. The one-turn mile for 3-year-olds and upward pays homage to the five-time Horse of the Year from 1960-64. Owned […]

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John Ed Anthony: ‘Show Me How Abundant Use Of Medication Has Improved Racing Or Its Public Image’

John Ed Anthony is no stranger to the Preakness Stakes. His Loblolly Stable had back-to-back wins in the Grade 1 Preakness in 1992 and ’93 with Pine Bluff and Prairie Bayou, respectively. Anthony is no stranger to champion racehorses either, having campaigned three Eclipse Award winners in Temperence Hill (1980 champion 3-year-old male), Vanlandingham (1985 […]

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Records Eclipsed Again At Fasig-Tipton New York-Bred Yearling Sale

The Fasig-Tipton New York-Bred Yearling Sale continued its meteoric rise in returns during its 2018 renewal, posting all-time highs in gross, average, and median, as well as moving the most expensive offering in the auction’s history and the most expensive filly. However, the marketplace was not entirely airtight. Many consignors found the middle and lower […]

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Keeneland: After Day 6, Gross Receipts Near 2012 Revenue for Entire Sale

It was onward and upward again at Sunday’s sixth session of the 12-day Keeneland September Yearling Sale in Lexington, Ky. When the final hammer fell, gross receipts for the first six sessions reached $216,922,000, less than $3 million shy of the $219,723,000 in total revenue for 11 days at the 2012 auction. It seems safe […]

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