Toast of New York

Classic Runner-Up Toast Of New York Ready For ‘Active’ Retirement

Toast of New York has been retired once again at the age of eight, reports racingpost.com. The gelded son of Thewayyouare earned more than $2 million in his 13-start career, winning the UAE Derby in 2014 and finishing second by inches in the 2014 Breeders’ Cup Classic. Trained by Jamie Osborne, “Toast” was originally owned by […]

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Bad Bobby! Trainer Jamie Osborne’s Whippet An ‘Accidental Sensation’

Jumps-jockey-turned-Thoroughbred-trainer Jamie Osborne had a more exciting morning than he planned on January 28, when his female dog took off down the gallops, chasing a line of racehorses led by Toast of New York. Osborne then delighted the Twitter-verse with video evidence of the incident: I am afraid we had a dog malfunction this morning! […]

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Rocketry Makes It Two In A Row In Marathon Stakes

Centennial Farms’ Rocketry dug in late to pass pace-setting Dabster and win the $200,000 Marathon Stakes, the conclusion of Breeders’ Cup Friday at Churchill Downs. Trained by Jimmy Jerkens and ridden by Joel Rosario, Rocketry was relegated to last through the opening stages of the race while the Bob Baffert-trained Dabster led for 1 ½ […]

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Comebacking Toast Of New York Headlines Friday’s Marathon Stakes

A field of 10 horses are signed on for a 1 ¾-mile test over the Churchill Downs main track in Friday’s $200,000 Marathon Stakes (GII), one of two featured stakes races on the undercard of Breeders’ Cup “Future Stars Friday”. The Marathon Stakes is carded as the 10th and final race on Friday’s card with […]

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Breeders’ Cup Countdown Presented By DRF Bets: Don’t I Know You From The Stallion Register?

If you skimmed the pre-entries for the Breeders’ Cup Classic and thought, ‘Toast of New York? I thought he retired years ago,’ don’t worry. You’re not losing your mind. (Or if you are, this is not your sign.) Indeed, the winner of the 2014 Grade 2 UAE Derby did retire to stud in 2015, but […]

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Catholic Boy Cruises Through ‘Endurance-Building’ Breeze At Churchill Downs

Hall of Fame jockey Javier Castellano did not have much time to celebrate his 5,000th-career win on Saturday at Belmont Park before catching a plane to Louisville to work Robert LaPenta, Madaket Stables, Siena Farm and Twin Creeks Racing Stables’ Breeders’ Cup Classic (GI) contender Catholic Boy five furlongs in 1:02.60 at 5:30 a.m. (all […]

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Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: Looking After A ‘Great Friend’

Toast of New York’s incredible journey back to the races after a three-year break has drawn a lot of attention. The 7-year-old is now in Louisville being primed for the Breeders’ Cup, begging the question: “Do we believe in fairytales?” Jimmy McCarthy, the man who has been “Toast’s” transatlantic traveling companion throughout his career, suggested […]

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Classic Conundrum: Final Round Of Preps Serves Up More Questions Than Answers

With five weeks to go, the picture of this year’s Breeders’ Cup Classic is muddier than ever. There was a 45-1 upset in the Jockey Club Gold Cup in which the favored Diversify faded to finish fifth, and Accelerate ran his lowest Beyer figure of the year when he won the Awesome Again. Additionally, potential […]

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‘Wait And See’: Breeders’ Cup Options Remain Wide Open For ‘Biscuits’

Trainer Chad Summers was visibly more relaxed Sunday morning at Churchill Downs following Mind Your Biscuits’ comfortable 4 ¾-length victory over Toast of New York in Saturday’s $200,000 Lukas Classic Presented by Budweiser (Grade III) but the 33-year-old conditioner has a major decision that is still pending: which Breeders’ Cup race will his brilliant 5-year-old […]

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He’s Back: Toast Of New York Auditions For Another Breeders’ Cup Classic

It’s not every day that Thoroughbreds return to the racetrack after being retired for stud. However, Al Shaqab Racing’s 2014 Breeders’ Cup Classic (Grade I) runner-up Toast of New York, a now 7-year-old gelding, is poised to come back into limelight in Saturday’s $200,000 Lukas Classic Presented by Budweiser (Grade III), a race that could […]

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