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July 03, 2015
Although flashy, high-profile stallions tend to get all the publicity, the key to building a breeding program in a regional market requires good broodmares. Ease of transportation today makes it possible for broodmares to be sent to national breeding ...
El Deal, the undefeated 3-year-old stakes-winning sprinter, will be given 60 days off and return in late fall, trainer Andrew Lakeman said Friday.
Saratoga was not on Untapable’s itinerary during her championship campaign of 2014. Though based there most of the summer, she did not race at the Spa, her connections instead electing to run in the Haskell at Monmouth Park.
Interest in horses-of-racing-age sales has been on the rise as the bloodstock market rebuilds from the recession of the late 2000s and early 2010s, providing instant gratification for owners and an avenue for sellers to cull stock or profit from a ...
Shotgun Kowboy is two works from launching his 3-year-old season and his first major objective is the Oklahoma Derby, according to his breeder, owner and trainer, C.R. Trout.
The North American auction calendar will make its transition into the yearling season with the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky July selected yearling sale, carrying with it the momentum of a solid 2-year-olds in training season now in the books.
While it was confirmed Thursday that American Pharoah would make his next start Aug. 2 in the $1 million Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Park, trainer Kiaran McLaughlin confirmed Friday that Frosted will make his next start Aug. 1 in the Grade 2, ...
Grade 2 winner Horse Greeley has been sold to Haras La Leyenda in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Racing Post reports.
Trainer Eddie Truman said recently that go four-time stakes winner Go West Marie has sustained an injury that could lead to her being retired at the end of this year and sold as a broodmare prospect.
Jimmy McNerney checked off yet another box on his racetrack to-do list Friday when he began calling races at Ellis Park, his hometown track.