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October 13, 2014
The French veteran Cirrus des Aigles, Europe’s all-time leading money earner, heads to Ascot with a favorite’s chance of winning the QIPCO Champion Stakes once again.
Wise Dan, a two-time winner of the Breeders’ Cup Mile, will miss the 2014 Mile because of an injured ankle.
Mike Battaglia, part of major racing broadcasts on NBC for more than 20 years, said recently at Keeneland that he will not be working the upcoming Breeders’ Cup at Santa Anita and instead will call the races live at Churchill Downs while Larry Collmus ...
Grant Williamson, a 25-year veteran of the Thoroughbred industry, has joined Three Chimneys as the Midway, Ky. farm’s director of stallion nominations and sales.
English classic winner Taghrooda has been retired from racing and will join the broodmare band of Sheikh Hamdan al-Maktoum, her owner and breeder, in 2015.
The last time Spring Reason raced on the Keeneland turf, she was beaten a nose on opening weekend of the 2014 spring meet at 30-1, surely frustrating a few of her scattered backers.
Pennsylvania stallion Offlee Wild, the sire of recent Grade 1 winner Bayern, has been sold to stand in Turkey.
The concept of making it mandatory for horses to compete during their four-year-old season was an admirable attempt to recreate the past, but there's been more of an erosion of talent than an improvement.
E Dubai, sire of 2012 Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Fort Larned, will relocate to Elite Thoroughbreds in Folsom, La., for the 2015 breeding season, standing for an advertised fee of $3,500.The 16-year-old son of Mr. Prospector previously stood at ...
Trip Notes for Oct. 11-12: Knickerbocker, Queen Elizabeth II, Athenia by Michael Hammersly.