Breeding News


Barbara D. Livingston
Hasili produced five Grade 1 winners and three champions.
Hasili, one of the most successful broodmares of the modern era, has died at Juddmonte Farms's Banstead Manor Stud at Newmarket, England. The daughter of Kahyasi was 27. Full Story >>
March 21, 2018
City Zip and Yes It's True scored their biggest victories in sprints but have been fairly versatile as stallions in terms of progeny route performance. The two combine as the sire and broodmare sire of Louisiana Derby entrant Snapper Sinclair, hoping ...
March 20, 2018
Sparkman: Magnum Moon another good one for Malibu Moon
March 19, 2018
Champion Thunder Gulch, the winner of the 1995 Kentucky Derby and Belmont Stakes and leading North American sire of 2001, has been euthanized due to the infirmities of old age, Coolmore Stud revealed on Monday. He was 26.
Grade 2 winner Majestic Heat has been retired from racing, and will be bred to champion and record-setting sire Uncle Mo in 2018.
Go Noni Go, decisive winner of last Saturday's Grade 3 DRF Bets Bourbonette Oaks on Turfway's Polytrack, has come a long way from when she was cataloged for last summer's Fasig-Tipton Kentucky summer horses of racing age sale.
March 16, 2018
Two-time Eclipse Award champion Songbird has been confirmed in foal to fellow champion and first-year stallion Arrogate. It would be the first foal for the Medaglia d'Oro mare.
May 18, 2016
Saturday's 141st Preakness Stakes marks the fifth straight year that Maryland’s signature race will be contested without a statebred runner. This reflects problems that the local Thoroughbred industry has faced, but the good news is that state ...
March 23, 2016
Uncle Mo is the next great sire. While some may think making that statement so early in a stud career is premature, foolish, outlandish, or all of the above, history suggests you can reach some educated conclusions of a sire's future arc based on his ...
November 27, 2015
Federal intervention is not needed to fix the problem of illicit drugs in Thoroughbred racing. It can be resolved in a matter of weeks if certain leaders really want to address the problem.
September 02, 2015
Who owns the racing game? The answer to that question should be the deciding factor when it comes to who makes the critical decisions on how the sport is managed – and that includes whether the sport should seek federal help to set up a national test ...