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‘Plenty Of Bone And Substance’: Good Samaritan’s First Foal Is A Filly

WinStar Farm’s Good Samaritan, a versatile millionaire son of Harlan’s Holiday and a graded stakes winner on dirt and turf, sired his first reported foal on Jan. 15 when a filly was born at Windmill Farm in Versailles, Ky. Bred by Ellen Kill Kelley, the filly is produced from the graded stakes-placed and stakes-producing Vicar […]

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Calumet Farm Tops North American Breeders By Earnings In 2019

Calumet Farm has topped the individual breeders list in North America in 2019 with $12,545,854 in earnings, according to statistics released today by The Jockey Club Information Systems. Calumet Farm bred 410 starters with 332 wins, 310 seconds, and 323 thirds out of 2,435 starts. Kenneth L. Ramsey & Sarah K. Ramsey was second with earnings of […]

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It’s A Girl! Kentucky Derby Winner Always Dreaming Sires First Foal

WinStar Farm’s Always Dreaming, winner of the 2017 Kentucky Derby (G1) and Florida Derby (G1), sired his first reported foal Jan. 6 when a filly was born at Delia Nash’s Dromingrove Farm. Bred by Nash, the filly is the third foal out of the stakes-placed Exchange Rate mare Lemon Liqueur. “She is very attractive just […]

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Select Sales Agency Presents American Graded Stakes Standings: The Races To Fill Out The Podium

Following the rush of graded stakes races that occurred during and around the Breeders’ Cup in early November, the racing calendar eased off the gas pedal in the latter part of the month, and the very top of the American Graded Stakes Standings went practically unchanged. Without much activity at the very top of the […]

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Kentucky Derby Winner Super Saver, Daredevil Sold To Stand In Turkey

Daredevil and Super Saver have been acquired by the Turkish Jockey Club and are relocating to Turkey, pending export requirements, WinStar Farm announced. In the agreement, there is a provision allowing for a return to the U.S. upon completion of their stud careers. “The Turkish Jockey Club has done extremely well with Victory Gallop, who […]

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Midnight Disguise Retired, To Be Bred To Constitution

Midnight Disguise, a three-time stakes-winning New York-bred, has been retired from racing and will be bred to WinStar Farm stallion Constitution for the 2020 breeding season, according to the social media accounts of owner and breeder Stepwise Farm. The 4-year-old Midnight Lute filly retires with five wins in 14 starts for earnings of $449,960. Owned […]

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Kirkpatrick & Co. Presents In Their Care: Longtime Blacksmith Norman Devoted To ‘Way Of Life’

No one would blame Steve Norman if he retired tomorrow. He is 67. He has been a blacksmith for 49 years. Kate, his wife of 35 years, would welcome the opportunity to spend more time with him. So would their three daughters — Sarah, Samantha and Meredith – and his three grandchildren. Norman has nothing […]

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INQUIRY Presented By Iowa Thoroughbred Breeders And Owners Association: Rising Stars In The Industry

The Thoroughbred industry is one that’s both aching for a generation of younger hands to take the wheel, and one full of young people in the barns who could one day fill the board rooms and winner’s circles of racing’s future. In this edition of INQUIRY, we asked participants in the bloodstock realm to identify […]

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Conquest Eclipse Tops Second Day Of Keeneland November Sale At $650,000

The second day of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale posted numbers at a similar pace to last year’s comparable session on Thursday, led by the $650,000 broodmare Conquest Eclipse. There was plenty there to draw Fred Mitchell of Clarkland Farm to raise his hand for the final bid on Hip 570. The 7-year-old Malibu […]

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Dual-Surface Grade 1 Winner Yoshida Retired To WinStar Farm

Yoshida (JPN), a Grade 1 winner on dirt and turf, has been retired and will stand the upcoming breeding season at WinStar Farm. He will stand for $20,000 S&N. Owned by WinStar Farm, China Horse Club, and Head of Plains Partners and trained by Bill Mott, Yoshida earned $2,505,770 in a sensational racing career. A […]

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