‘Very Fortunate’: Brown’s Fifth Diana Win Equals Saratoga Record

With Sistercharlie’s victory in Saturday’s Grade 1, $500,000 Diana at Saratoga Race Course, trainer Chad Brown equaled Hall of Famer J. Elliot Burch’s record for most wins in the historic event, named for the mythical goddess, which was inaugurated in 1939. “It’s quite an honor to be mentioned in the same sentence as a great […]

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Sistercharlie Tops Brown Trifecta In Diana Repeat

A pair of Breeders’ Cup winners and highly-regarded stablemates lined up for battle in Saturday’s Grade 1 Diana Stakes at Saratoga, with the betting public alternating between the two throughout the afternoon. Though e5 Racing’s Rushing Fall ended up going off as the 8-5 wagering favorite, it was Peter Brant’s Sistercharlie (9-5) who pulled away […]

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Brown Saddles Four Of Six Contenders, Including Rushing Fall, In Grade 1 Diana

Trainer Chad Brown finished off the Belmont meet with 18 stakes victories, three of which came in Grade 1 events. On Saturday at Saratoga Race Course, Brown will look to capture the first Grade 1 of the prestigious meet when he saddles four contenders for the $500,000 Diana. Brown, a four-time winner of the Diana, […]

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Brant Confirms Purchase Of Payson Park, Outlines Plan For Significant Upgrades

Peter Brant has returned to horse racing in full force, with 2018 Eclipse Award winner Sistercharlie bearing his colors under the care of trainer Chad Brown. Now, according to published reports in Thoroughbred Daily News and, the owner confirmed months-long rumors that he has purchased one of Florida’s Thoroughbred training centers, Payson Park, in Indianatown […]

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Sistercharlie Takes Filly & Mare Turf, Giving Brant First Breeders’ Cup Victory In 30 Years

It’s been 30 years since Peter Brant visited the Breeders’ Cup winner’s circle, capturing the 1988 Sprint with D. Wayne Lukas-trained Gulch at Churchill Downs. He left the business amid legal and marital problems in the early 1990s but has come back with a vengeance, spending millions of dollars on well-bred horses in the last […]

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Brown Brigade Executes Penultimate Breeders’ Cup Works At Belmont

Continuing preparations for the upcoming Breeders’ Cup World Championships on November 2-3 at Churchill Downs, Belmont fall meet-leading trainer Chad Brown sent a bevy of Breeders’ Cup contenders to both the main track and inner turf course for workouts Sunday morning. Impressive Grade 2 Miss Grillo winner Newspaperofrecord, pointing towards the Grade 1 Breeders’ Cup […]

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Foot Bruise May Have Sistercharlie Out Of Flower Bowl, Could Train Up To Breeders’ Cup

Trainer Chad Brown didn’t let the proverbial grass grow under his feet after having five winners at Belmont Park on Saturday, sending out a loaded contingent to the actual turf Sunday morning in preparation for next weekend’s September Super Saturday and other stakes for the Fall Championship Meet. Three-time Grade 1 winner Sistercharlie breezed four […]

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Yoshida Debuts In Seventh On NTRA Top Thoroughbred Poll

Japanese-bred Yoshida, winner of last Saturday’s Woodward Stakes Presented by NYRA Bets and now a dual Grade 1 winner this year on turf and dirt, debuted in seventh place in this week’s NTRA Top 10 Thoroughbred Poll. Multiple Grade 1 winner Accelerate retained the top spot overall for the third consecutive week with eight first […]

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Sistercharlie Now Highest-Ranked Turf Horse In NTRA Top Thoroughbred Poll

Four-year-old filly Sistercharlie moved to eighth on this week’s NTRA Top Thoroughbred Poll after her third Grade 1 win of the season in Saturday’s Beverly D. at Arlington International Racecourse and is the top-rated turf horse in the Poll. The Beverly D. confirmed her status as the nation’s leading turf female and her consistency at […]

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