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Mia Mischief Faces Down Amy’s Challenge To Upset G1 Humana Distaff

Mia Mischief showed both patience and grit on the Kentucky Derby undercard, taking a stalking trip and outlasting rivals to win the Grade 1 Humana Distaff — her first Grade 1 victory. Under rider Ricardo Santana Jr., the Into Mischief filly hustled from the gate early and tucked behind early leader Amy’s Challenge and withstood […]

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Coal Front Gives Pletcher, Ortiz First Dubai Winners In Godolphin Mile

It was Jose Ortiz’ first-ever start on Dubai World Cup night, and he had a tough task with the 12th post position in the Group 2 Godolphin Mile. Riding Robert LaPenta and Head of Plains Partners’ Coal Front, Ortiz was pushed four-wide down the backstretch and was still wide around the turn, but the pair […]

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Kumin Buys Into Sophomore Colts Comedian, Tikhvin Flew

Madaket Stables LLC (Sol Kumin) has purchased a minority interest in 3-year-old colts Comedian (Into Mischief) and Tikhvin Flew (Street Sense). They will both run under the ownership of Bloom Racing Stable, LLC and Madaket Stables, carrying the Bloom Racing Stable silks. Tikhvin Flew’s 2019 campaign started with a thrill after breaking his maiden first time out […]

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Monomoy Girl’s Brother To Make First Start At Oaklawn Friday

Oaklawn fans could be seeing double this year, with champion Monomoy Girl a candidate for the $700,000 Apple Blossom Handicap (G1) for older fillies and mares April 14 and her 3-year-old full brother, Cowboy Diplomacy, scheduled to make his career debut in Friday’s seventh race. Cowboy Diplomacy has been based at Oaklawn for about two […]

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‘Beloved Champs’ Wake Forest, Kharafa Arrive At Old Friends

Old Friends, the Thoroughbred Retirement facility in Georgetown, KY., announced on Tuesday the arrival of two new notable retirees: Grade 1 winner Wake Forest and stakes winner Kharafa. Wake Forest was a Group 3 winner in Germany before relocating to trainer Chad Brown’s barn in 2015 for owners Michael Dubb, Sol Kumin and his Sheep […]

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Support For Equine Aftercare: 47 Breeders’ Cup Contenders Pledge Their Support To New Vocations

A growing list of prominent owners and trainers are stepping up to support racehorse aftercare by participating in the New Vocations Breeders’ Cup Pledge. Now in its ninth year, the Pledge has raised over $480,000, with 100 percent of funds raised supporting the program’s rehabilitation, retraining and rehoming efforts. “New Vocations is a program the […]

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Champion Lady Eli To Sell At Keeneland November Sale

Champion and five-time Grade 1 winner Lady Eli, the horse that leading trainer Chad Brown described as “the best turf horse I’ve ever trained,” will highlight Hill ‘n’ Dale Sales Agency’s consignment to the 2018 Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale, where she will sell in foal to top sire War Front. Trained by Chad Brown, Lady […]

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Owner Michael Dubb’s ‘Wildest Dreams’ Coming True At Saratoga

Michael Dubb’s path to Thoroughbred ownership began in a most improbable way – with a night spent sleeping in his van near Saratoga Race Course because he lacked money for a hotel. Dubb and a friend ventured a couple of show bets the following day because their budget was so limited. The part of the […]

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Elysea’s World Runs Down Favored Stablemate Dream Awhile In Matchmaker

Sheep Pond Partners and All Pro Racing’s Elysea’s World outran her favored stablemate Dream Awhile in the final sixteenth of a mile to give trainer Chad Brown the exacta in Sunday’s Grade 3 Matchmaker Stakes. Sent off as the 4-1 third choice, Elysea’s World and jockey Jose Ortiz came flying late to nail Dream Awhile […]

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‘It’s Got Me Addicted’: Auctioneer Mast Comes Full-Circle With First Racehorse Sworn Silence

Joseph Mast has seen thousands of horses go through the ring as an auctioneer for Fasig-Tipton, but for the first time on Monday, it’ll be one of his own. Sworn Silence, a Greeley’s Conquest filly co-owned by Mast, Fasig-Tipton vice president of client services Max Hodge, and Sol Kumin’s Great Point Stables, will be offered […]

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