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TODAY May 25, 2016
Malibu Moon started his stud career at Country Life Farm before being “called up” to his owner’s Spendthrift Farm in Kentucky. But it’s safe to say he’s still thought of fondly in his adopted “home” state.
A local boy made good at the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic juvenile sale, as young Maryland stallion Friesan Fire was represented by the second highest-priced horse of the auction overall, an $825,000 colt sold to Crupi’s New Castle Farm. He was consigned by ...
It’s not unusual for a horse to get multiple catalog updates between the time a sale catalog is printed and the time they go to the ring, but consignors Jenn and Quincy Adams had never gotten an update quite like this.
Copy Begone will be going for the hat trick and should get it when she runs in a $25,000 claiming race for 3-year-old fillies at Emerald Downs on Friday.
Onus, who set a turf course record winning an allowance race last Saturday at Belmont Park, is unlikely to run back in the Grade 1 Just a Game on June 11, according to trainer Shug McGaughey. McGaughey is targeting the Grade 1 Diana on July 23 with ...
Tepin will breeze Saturday morning at Churchill Downs as the standout turf mare begins serious preparations for her much-awaited next start in the June 14 Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot.
Last Saturday, while the racing world was focusing on the Preakness, Upstart blitzed four furlongs in 46.06 seconds over the Belmont Park main track. He wore blinkers for the work and will wear blinkers for the first time in a race in the Met Mile.
The Stephen Foster Handicap is still more than three weeks away, but probable race favorite Effinex had his most serious workout for the race on Wednesday, drilling seven furlongs in 1:27.40 over the Belmont Park training track.
Sal Sinatra, president of Pimlico operator the Maryland Jockey Club, said that he and Tim Ritvo, chief operating officer of the Stronach Group, which owns Pimlico and Laurel Park, may have jumped the gun last year when they talked about moving the ...
In the wake of the highly disappointing news that Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist will miss the 148th Belmont Stakes because of an illness, the other 3-year-olds being pointed to the June 11 classic at Belmont Park are continuing unaffected with their ...