straight fire

First Foal Is A Colt For California Stallion Straight Fire

Multiple Grade 1-placed Straight Fire’s first foal was born on Jan. 20, when the stakes-winning Gone Astray mare It’s High Time had a colt at Legacy Ranch in Lodi, Calif. Its High Time won two of 16 starts, all at Gulfstream Park, including the Florida Sire Desert Vixen Stakes. Grade 1 winner Black Seventeen is […]

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Straight Fire To Stand At Legacy Ranch In California

Straight Fire, one of the top-rated 2-year-olds of 2016, has been retired and will stand at Pete and Evelyn Parrella’s Legacy Ranch in Clements, Calif. Straight Fire, a son of Dominus out of Tricky Indy, by A.P. Indy, was a $250,000 Fasig-Tipton July yearling purchase by Solis/Litt Bloodstock. He broke his maiden at Del Mar […]

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Straight Fire Headed To WinStar For A Break

The Keith Desormeaux-trained juvenile Straight Fire will miss the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile next month at Santa Anita, as the colt by Dominus is being shipped to WinStar Farm in Kentucky for a break away from the races, reports the Daily Racing Form. “He’s been sent to Kentucky to WinStar Farm for a little break,” Desormeaux […]

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Straight Fire Gets Another Crack At Klimt In FrontRunner Stakes

Well accomplished and on a roll, Bob Baffert-trained s Klimt seeks his fourth win in a row and Keith Desormeaux-trained Straight Fire will try to avenge an odds-on defeat as they both head a field of seven 2-year-olds in Saturday’s Grade I, $300,000 FrontRunner Stakes going 1 1/16 miles at Santa Anita. A handy 4 […]

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‘Freakish’ Straight Fire Goes To Post For Desormeaux In Del Mar Futurity

Keith Desormeaux has had a couple of very good 2-year-olds the past two years. Texas Red won the $2 million Breeders’ Cup Juvenile in 2014. Exaggerator was fourth in the 2015 Juvenile but came back the following month to win the $1 million Delta Jackpot. This year, victories in the Santa Anita Derby, Preakness and […]

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‘Emotional Roller Coaster’ For Kent Desormeaux At Del Mar

After Saturday’s fourth race, the Sorrento Stakes, Hall of Fame jockey Kent Desormeaux was the picture of frustration, the product of finishing second to Champagne Room with an ill-starred trip on Miss Southern Miss. After the eighth race, Desormeaux was a picture of elation after Straight Fire romped home 10 ½ lengths ahead of eight […]

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