Tepin Leaves Boys In The Dust To Win Mile

Tepin joined the ranks of Miesque, Six Perfections, Royal Heroine (IRE), and Goldikova when she beat the boys to win the Breeders’ Cup Mile at Keeneland on Saturday. The 4-year-old filly brought trainer Mark Casse his second Breeders’ Cup win in as many days during her first start against males. Tepin stalked the early pace, set […]

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BC Mile Notes: Casse ‘On Pins And Needles’

Grand Arch – Trainer Brian Lynch sent Grand Arch, winner of Keeneland’s Turf Mile on Oct. 3, to the all-weather 5f training track on Thursday where he jogged once around and galloped twice around. “He looked like he galloped with good energy,” trainer Brian Lynch said. “Hopefully we will get back on the main track […]

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BC Mile Notes: Mark Casse ‘This Is Tepin Weather’

While Mother Nature may have thrown a wrench into the works for some of the Breeders’ Cup trainers on Tuesday, Mark Casse wasn’t one of them. “This is Tepin weather. She loves it. I’ll take the cold and rainy any day for Tepin,” said the seven-time Sovereign Award winner, who just finished in a three-way […]

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Photos Of The Week: Fall Stars

The first weekend in October brings with it cooler temperatures, exciting college football, and the beginning of Keeneland’s fall race meet, which gives racing fans the chance to see some of the best horses in the country perform. Keeneland kicked things off with Fall Stars Weekend, which consisted of nine graded stakes over three days. […]

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Stars Set To Shine At Fasig-Tipton November Sale

Fasig-Tipton has cataloged 189 selected offerings for The November Sale, its premier mixed sale to be held in Lexington, Kentucky on Sunday, November 1st. The single-session sale will begin at 4 pm. “Our November Sale has a worldwide reputation for offering premium quality, and once again our consignors have supported us with the very best,” […]

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Dacita Mows ‘Em Down To Win Ballston Spa In U.S. Debut

Closing with a rush from eighth at the furlong pole, Chilean-bred Dacita collared Grade 1 Just a Game winner Tepin in the final stride to win the Grade 2 Ketel One Ballston Spa Stakes by a head at Saratoga on Saturday. Ridden to victory by Javier Castellano, who a half-hour earlier guided Keen Ice to a […]

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Trio Of G1 Winners Top Salty Field For Diana Stakes

Saturday at historic Saratoga Race Course will offer the first Grade 1 race of the 147th meet, the $500,000 Diana for fillies and mares at 1 1/8 miles on turf, which will feature a trio of Grade 1 winners. Also on tap for Saturday’s 11-race program is the Grade 3, $150,000 Sanford for 2-year-olds at […]

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Tepin Triumphs In Just A Game

Robert Masterson’s Tepin earned her third straight victory with a determined winning rally in the Grade 1, $500,000 Longines Just a Game Stakes Saturday at Belmont Park. Tepin is undefeated in three starts this year for trainer Mark Casse, starting with a win in a Gulfstream optional claiming event in March before taking the G2 […]

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Tepin Goes Wire To Wire To Take Churchill Distaff Turf Mile

Tepin led from the start to post a sharp 1 3/4-length victory over Coffee Clique in the G2 Churchill Distaff Turf Mile at Churchill Downs May 2. It was the second graded stakes win for the 4-year-old daughter of Bernstein, who also captured the G3 Delta Downs Princess as a juvenile. Favored Coffee Clique tried […]

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