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Déjà Vu: Stewart Hoping For Repeat Success At Del Mar

In the mid-1980s when trainer D. Wayne Lukas and owner Gene Klein were making Del Mar history, and using it as home base for a run of national success, Lukas assistant Dallas Stewart never set foot at the place. “I worked for Wayne up at Santa Anita, and then when they came here I’d head […]

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‘See How She Stacks Up’: Honey Bunny Takes On Big Shooters In Roxelana Overnight Stakes

Fourteen-time winner Honey Bunny will be in search of her sixth-straight victory in Saturday’s $120,000-added Roxelana Overnight Stakes but she’ll have to tackle Humana Distaff (Grade I) winner Mia Mischief as well as Miss Preakness (GIII) hero Covfefe. “This is going to be a really good test for us on Saturday,” trainer John Ortiz said. […]

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Honey Bunny Tallies Five In A Row With First Graded Win In Winning Colors

Hooties Racing, WSS Racing and 4G Racing’s Honey Bunny earned her first graded stakes victory on Saturday, tallying a fifth win in a row with a decisive two-length score in the Grade 3 Winning Colors Stakes. The 5-year-old daughter of Tapizar, ridden by Tyler Baze, completed six furlongs over Churchill Downs’ fast main track in […]

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Casse-Trained Let It Ride Mom Tops Dozen Contenders In Grade 3 Winning Colors

Live Oak Plantation’s multiple stakes-winning mare Let It Ride Mom heads a competitive field of 12 filly and mare sprinters that were entered in Saturday’s 16th running of the $100,000 Winning Colors (Grade III) at Churchill Downs.          The six-furlong Winning Colors, which honors the Hall of Fame filly that prevailed against colts in the 1988 Kentucky Derby, is […]

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Gainesway Farm’s Silver Colors To Be Featured In National Museum Of Racing And Hall Of Fame’s Foal Patrol Season 2

Silver Colors, an 11-year-old mare owned by and residing at Gainesway Farm in Lexington, Ky., will be on the roster of featured horses for the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame’s Foal Patrol Season 2, which will debut online in late December at www.foalpatrol.com . Bred by Gainesway Thoroughbreds, Ltd., Silver Colors was […]

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Bloodlines: Eskimo Kisses Reveals Her ‘Winning Colors’

Running off through the stretch of the Grade 1 Alabama Stakes at Saratoga to win by 6 ½ lengths, Eskimo Kisses (by To Honor and Serve) looked ever so much like her famous grandmother, Hall of Fame member and classic winner Winning Colors (Caro). In the spring of 1988, Winning Colors set West Coast racing […]

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Astrollinthepark Draws Clear In Roxelana Overnight Stakes

Dreamchaser Thorobreds’ 4-year-old homebred filly Astrollinthepark contested the pace from the outside, put away 9-5 favorite Vertical Oak in deep stretch and held off a late run by Winning Colors (Grade III) winner Miss Kentucky to win Saturday’s ninth running of the $75,033 Roxelana Overnight Stakes at Churchill Downs by two lengths. Trained by Larry Jones and ridden by Florent Geroux, Astrollinthepark ran six furlongs over […]

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Miss Kentucky Makes The Grade In Winning Colors

Preston Madden’s homebred 4-year-old filly Miss Kentucky grabbed the lead on the far turn, put away 1-2 favorite Golden Mischief in deep stretch and turned back a late surge by Treble to win Saturday’s 15th running of the $100,000 Winning Colors (Grade III) at Churchill Downs by three-quarters of a length. Miss Kentucky sprinted six furlongs […]

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Derby Fan Fest 2018: Celebrating Famous Fillies, Winning Colors Exhibit

Join the Kentucky Derby Museum on Sunday, April 29th beginning at 7am for Fan Fest Day 2018: For the Fillies. Now in its third year, Fan Fest Day offers the public a way kick-off Derby week with a full day of family fun that celebrates the Thoroughbred industry, past and present. This year is all about celebrating the […]

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Longtime Racing Photographer Patrick Lang Passes Away At Age 65

Surrounded by his family and longtime friend John Engelhardt, Patrick Lang died peacefully late Friday afternoon at the age of 65. After more than 30 years of making photos from the finish line, track photographer Pat Lang had hung up his camera three years ago. For over three decades, Lang had devoted his career to […]

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