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American Influence Dominates Uruguay’s Stallion Market As Honorable Dillon Prepares To Arrive

The May 11 announcement that New York stallion Honorable Dillon had been sold to continue his stud career in Uruguay made sense on paper, considering the heavy South American presence in his female family. However, his stateside resume should make him feel just as comfortable among the country’s stallion roster. Of the country’s 302 active […]

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Honorable Dillon Sold To Stand In Uruguay

A syndicate of breeders from Uruguay recently purchased Grade 2 winner and veteran stallion Honorable Dillon for the 2020 Southern Hemisphere breeding season, per an announcement by bloodstock agent Carlos Moore. The 10-year-old son of Tapit previously stood at Rockridge Stud in Hudson, N.Y., where he was last advertised for a fee of $4,000. Honorable […]

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Charles Town’s Leading Jockey Araujo Injured During Morning Training; Out Up To Six Weeks

Without racing in West Virginia, Charles Town’s leading rider Denis Araujo has been going in to the track a few mornings each week to maintain his business and stay fit in these uncertain times. Last week, a horse Araujo was riding flipped over when coming off the racetrack. The horse was not injured in the […]

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Overanalyze, Daddy Long Legs, Editorial Book South American Shuttle Destinations

With the Northern Hemisphere breeding season drawn to a close, a handful of U.S. stallions will shuttle to different locations in South America to stand the Southern Hemisphere breeding season. South American publication Turf Diario rounded up some of the stallions headed south for the summer. Overanalyze, the leading juvenile sire of 2017, is already […]

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Roman Rosso Se Lleva Para Argentina El Triunfo En El XXXIV Longines Gran Premio Latinoamericano

La tarea para el alazán Roman Rosso no era para nada sencilla: reaparecer después de cuatro meses sin correr, y hacerlo fuera de su país en una carrera de corte internacional. Sin embargo, el hijo de Roman Ruler estuvo a la altura del exigente compromiso, y amparado en una precisa conducción por parte de Wilson […]

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Smarty Jones Will Shuttle To Uruguay In 2017, 2018

Smarty Jones, Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner, will shuttle to Uruguay for the Southern Hemisphere breeding season in 2017 and 2018, according to a report by The Blood-Horse. The deal, brokered by Pablo Nunez and Sullivan Bloodstock, has an option for a third year of shuttling. The son of Elusive Quality will continue to spend […]

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Sofia Rodriguez Rides First North American Winner Saturday At Arlington

New addition to the Arlington jockey colony Sofia Rodriguez rode her first North American winner in Saturday’s first race aboard Thomas Kassel and Juan Perez’s Nicolas Perez-trainee Bartbaalu, a 6-year-old gelding making his 38th lifetime start against maidens. The 21-year-old Rodriguez settled her charge along the rail a length off the pacesetter in the early […]

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Racetrack Life: Uruguayan Adventures

The Paulick Report is excited to offer readers the chance to follow along with Molly Jo Rosen as she travels to Uruguay and attends the country’s biggest race of the year, the Ramirez Stakes. The following is her firsthand account of the experience. Day 1: Arrival I get why people talk about loving Uruguay. This […]

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Midas Touch Sold To Uruguay, Posse And Trinniberg To Shuttle

Midas Touch, previously based at Rockridge Stud in New York, has been sold to Haras Rapetti in Uruguay, according to a report by the Daily Racing Form’s Breeding division. The son of Galileo stood at War Horse Place in Kentucky before transferring to Rockridge for the 2016 season, when he brought a fee of $3,500. […]

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