Untapable to Face Colts in Haskell Invitational

Winchell Thoroughbreds’ Untapable, impressive winner of the Grade 1 Mother Goose Stakes in her last start, will take on colts in the G1 William Hill Haskell Invitational July 27. The Daily Racing Form reported Monday morning that Steve Asmussen would send the talented daughter of Tapit to Monmouth for the Haskell. Asmussen had conferred with owner […]

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Untapable Turns in Sharp Drill for Mother Goose Stakes; Velazquez Named to Ride

Kentucky Oaks winner Untapable continues to train well for her next start in the G1 Mother Goose Stakes, breezing five furlongs in 1:01.20 early Monday morning at Churchill Downs. Trainer Steve Asmussen told the Daily Racing Form that while a decision on who will ride the filly in the June 28 Mother Goose has yet […]

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Bloodlines: Tonalist Further Classic Proof for Tapit, A.P. Indy

In this most memorable of years for leading sire Tapit, the gray son of Pulpit gained further accolades on Saturday when his lightly raced son Tonalist won the classic Belmont Stakes at a mile and a half. Getting the lead in the shadow of the wire, Tonalist pipped his kinsman Commissioner (by A.P. Indy) in […]

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Tonalist Takes the Belmont; California Chrome Dead-Heats for Fourth

Robert S. Evans’ Tonalist, the May 10 Peter Pan Stakes winner who did not run in the Kentucky Derby or Preakness Stakes, pulled off a 9-1 upset in Saturday’s 146th running of the Grade 1 Belmont Stakes, denying California Chrome his place in history as horse racing’s 12th Triple Crown winner. Ridden by Joel Rosario and trained […]

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Brisnet.com presents Bloodlines: Tonalist the Latest Tapit Success

This is turning out to be a career year for one of the best stallions in the world. Now internationally respected, Tapit has been a revelation in the stallion ranks since his first crop, which included champion Stardom Bound and others. With the annual gains in his status as a sire of the first caliber, […]

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Well-Deserved Break: Zenyatta to Be Given Year Off From Breeding

Horse of the Year Zenyatta, who delivered her third foal – and her first filly – April 20, will not be bred this season, according to a news release posted on Zenyatta.com: Read more at Zenyatta.com

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Tapiture Completes Final Derby Work Amidst Deluge

Tapiture completed his final work for the Kentucky Derby on Monday morning, going a half-mile in 50.16 seconds, according to the Daily Racing Form. The workout took place amid an early morning rainstorm, with flashes of lightning and cracks of thunder accentuating the drill. According to the DRF, Tapiture went in fractions of 12.18 seconds […]

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No Longer Just a Face in the Crowd: Say Hello to Ziconic

As racing fans anxiously await the arrival of Zenyatta’s 2014 foal, her connections announced Wednesday that her yearling colt had been named. Coming soon (well, in another year or so) to a racetrack near you – Ziconic. Jerry Moss came up with the name for the chestnut son of Tapit. Ziconic, like his older half […]

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Egg Drop Bred to Tapit, to Sell at Auction in November

Multiple graded stakes winner, EGG DROP (G1SW), heroine of last year’s Matriarch Stakes (gr. 1) has been retired from racing and bred to leading sire, TAPIT. An impressive winner in her 2-year-old debut at Del Mar, Egg Drop went on to earn over half million dollars on the track, including wins on dirt, turf and […]

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