Breeding News

January 30, 2017
Two-time Horse of the Year California Chrome is settling into his new life at Taylor Made Farm in Nicholasville, Ky., and is about to begin the next phase of his career after passing a physical exam.
Meadow Star was not dominant as a broodmare, but she has paid it forward in the magnificent form of her great-grandson Arrogate, easy winner of the inaugural Grade 1 Pegasus World Cup last Saturday at Gulfstream Park.
January 26, 2017
Love the Chase, dam of California Chrome, delivered a Tapit half-brother to her two-time Horse of the Year at midnight Thursday at Atlas Farm in Nicholasville, Ky.
Taylor Made Farm hopes California Chrome can end his racing career with a bang in the $12 million Pegasus World Cup before shipping to their farm the next day to begin his stud career. But the Taylor family may have a soft spot in their hearts for two ...
Juddmonte Farms manager Garrett O'Rourke hopes to make the walk Saturday at Gulfstream from his seat to the winner's circle, as Arrogate starts in the inaugural $12 million Pegasus World Cup.
Nic Roldan is captain of the U.S. polo team. Roldan's appreciation for the Thoroughbred was further evident as he had a meet-and-greet with California Chrome on Monday at Gulfstream Park, where the two-time Horse of the Year is set to start Saturday in ...
January 25, 2017
Curlin and Lookin At Lucky have much in common – both are Preakness Stakes winners by the late Smart Strike, and both put together consecutive championship seasons. Both will have classic-performing starters in the inaugural Pegasus World Cup, with ...
Frank Stronach is the mastermind behind the $12 million Pegasus World Cup at his Gulfstream Park – and his carefully constructed breeding program, out of his Adena Springs, will be well-represented in inaugural edition of the world’s richest race.
Brookdale Sales is the only consignment to have sold two Pegasus World Cup starters, in Noble Bird and War Story, both bred by longtime client Jack Swain III.
Reigning leading sire Tapit, who sired his second American classic winner last year, leads all stallions by early nominations to the 2017 Triple Crown series.