warrior’s reward

Cross Traffic Sees Biggest Year-To-Year Gain In Mares Bred In 2019

The hardest thing for a stallion and his marketing team to do isn’t necessarily getting breeders to come through the door the first time, but getting them to come back. Getting that to happen often requires the stallion to no longer stand on his own merits, but that of his foals. When those foals live […]

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Churchill Downs Racing Club Retires Warrior’s Club; Stud Plans Pending

Warrior’s Club has officially been retired from racing, according to the Churchill Downs Racing Club’s Facebook page. The 5-year-old son of Warrior’s Reward earned a total of $856,504 with high-profile finishes in graded stakes races across the country, including a win in the 2018 edition of Keeneland’s G3 Commonwealth Stakes. “It’s been an amazing journey […]

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Warrior’s Club Turns In Maintenance Breeze For G1 Forego

Warrior’s Club, a 5-year-old graded stakes winner for Churchill Downs Racing Club, visited the Oklahoma training track on Wednesday morning, breezing four furlongs in 50.31 seconds. Trained by Hall of Famer D. Wayne Lukas, Warrior’s Club is expected to make his next start in the Grade 1, $600,000 Forego on Travers Day, Saturday August 24. […]

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Desormeaux: ‘We Don’t Buy Pedigree, We Make Pedigree’

When it comes to shopping for young Thoroughbred prospects, trainer Keith Desormeaux and his team have a saying – “don’t buy pedigree, make pedigree”. Like so many of his recent stars, Night Ops’ bloodlines might not jump off the page, but the connections believe he has what it takes to be competitive in Saturday’s Grade […]

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Casse Wins His Eighth Glorious Song Stakes With Souper Charlotte

Hall of Fame trainer Mark Casse continued his dominance in the Glorious Song Stakes, after Souper Charlotte took Sunday’s $100,000 feature at Woodbine Racetrack. There’s something about the Glorious Song that brings out the best in one of racing’s most accomplished conditioners. After today’s triumph, Casse has now won eight runnings overall, five of the […]

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Warrior’s Reward Relocated To WynOaks Farm In Pennsylvania

Warrior’s Reward, the Grade 1-winning son of Medaglia d’Oro, has relocated from Spendthrift Farm in Kentucky to WynOaks Farm in Delta, Penn., where he will stand the 2019 breeding season for $4,500 S&N with special consideration for mares foaling in Pennsylvania. “I am grateful to Spendthrift Farm for giving us the opportunity to bring an […]

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Landeros ‘Thrilled For The Opportunity’ To Pilot Warrior’s Club In Ack Ack

Saturday’s $100,000 Ack Ack Presented by GE Appliances (Grade III) will mark the third time that jockey Chris Landeros has sat aboard multiple-stakes winner Warrior’s Club, and the 30-year-old journeyman rider hopes to celebrate with the Churchill Downs Racing Club’s 200 members in the winner’s circle. “It’s such a cool story with this horse,” Landeros […]

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Axelrod Explodes To Smarty Jones Victory

Parx Racing returned from its two and a half week break with two stakes on the Saturday program. The Grade 3 $300,000 Smarty Jones Stakes for three year-olds went convincingly to Axelrod, while Aztec Sense dominated in winning the $100,000 Sal DeBunda PTHA President’s Cup. Coming off a 12-1 upset victory in the G3 Indiana […]

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Axelrod Flies Late To Nail Photo In Indiana Derby

For the second year in a row, a Southern California shipper will be taking home the trophy for the G3 Indiana Derby. Slam Dunk Racing’s Axelrod came flying down the center of the track in the final eighth of a mile of the $500,000 contest, just getting his nose down first at the wire. Florent […]

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