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Gunthers’ Without Parole ‘Doing Well,’ Eyeing $6 Million Dubai Turf

The fields are gradually congealing for one of the top turf races in the world, the $6 million Dubai Turf sponsored by DP World (G1) on Dubai World Cup night. While it is widely known that Vivlos, Deirdre, Benbatl, Dream Castle, Blair House and Century Dream are hoping to make the 1 1/8-mile test, the […]

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Gunthers Plan 2019 Matings: Three Mares To Support Homebred Justify

John and Tanya Gunther, breeders of the Triple Crown winner Justify, have been hard at work planning the matings for their 30-strong broodmare band in the U.S, as well as their 12 mares based on Europe. The father-daughter team will send three mares to Ashford to support Justify in his first season, reports racingpost.com. “With Justify, […]

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Juddmonte Fillies Dominate Third Day Of Tattersalls December Mare Sale

The consignment of fillies from Juddmonte Farms is always one of the highlights of the Tattersalls December Mare Sale and they did not disappoint, realizing 1,848,000 guineas (US$2,470,565) for the 24 lots on offer. Trade on the third day realized 5,257,800 guineas ($7,029,116) for the 205 lots sold, at an average of 25,648 guineas ($34,286) […]

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‘He Didn’t Turn A Hair’: Triple Crown Winner Justify Arrives At Ashford Stud

The scattered remnants of Hurricane Florence hung over central Kentucky on Monday morning, and made Triple Crown winner Justify’s long-awaited first steps on Ashford Stud property soggy ones, but that was nothing new for the colt. The towering chestnut found immortality in the deluge, winning the first two legs of his classic sweep over sloppy […]

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Half-Brother To Justify Stays With Gunthers After $1.75-Million Keeneland September Buyback

After going through the ring as one of the most anticipated offerings of this year’s Keeneland September Yearling Sale, Hip 443, a half-brother to Triple Crown winner Justify, was kept by breeder Glennwood Farm after finishing under his reserve on Tuesday with a final bid of $1.75 million. The chestnut Will Take Charge colt is […]

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TOBA Announces New Board Of Trustees; Richardson Re-Elected Chairman

The Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association announced the re-election of Dr. J. David Richardson as chairman of its Board of Trustees. Also joining Richardson on the Board of Trustees to serve three-year terms as new members are Greg Bensel, Robert Edwards, Jr., Tanya Gunther and Walker Hancock. Re-elected to three-year terms were current trustees Price Bell […]

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Undefeated Without Parole Leads Wednesday’s Sussex Stakes At Glorious Goodwood

Led by John and Tanya Gunther’s undefeated homebred Without Parole (GB) and Khalid Abdullah’s Jersey Stakes (G3) winner Expert Eye (GB), a field of eight runners is set for Wednesday’s one-mile, $1.391 million Qatar Sussex Stakes (G1) at Glorious Goodwood, with the winner receiving an automatic berth into the Breeders’ Cup Mile (G1) through the international Breeders’ […]

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Eye Of The Tiger Pensioned, Relocated To Old Friends

Grade 2 winner Eye of the Tiger has been pensioned to Old Friends, the Thoroughbred Retirement Center in Georgetown, KY. Michael Blowen, founder and president of Old Friends, made the announcement today. Fifth in the 2003 Kentucky Derby behind winner Funny Cide, and winner of both the Affirmed and Washington Park Handicaps, Eye of the […]

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Gunther-Owned Son Of Frankel, Without Parole, Delivers In G1 St. James’s Palace

The breeders of Justify couldn’t be having a better spring. After watching the horse they bred capture the Triple Crown in the Belmont Stakes, John Gunther and his daughter Tanya took home a Group 1 prize at Royal Ascot Tuesday in the St. James’s Palace Stakes as the colt they own, Without Parole, got across […]

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Justify’s Breeder John Gunther Relishes ‘Amazing’ Triple Crown Victory

Breeder John Gunther, owner of the central Kentucky Glennwood Farm, was present at Belmont Park on Saturday to watch the colt he sold for $500,000 as a yearling become the 13th winner of racing’s Triple Crown. “What an amazing experience, my heart was pounding and I had to sit down,” Gunther told ctvnews.ca. “This means everything to […]

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