Millionaire Redattore, winner of last year's Shoemaker Breeders' Cup Mile Stakes (gr. IT) at Hollywood Park, will begin stallion duties in his native Brazil at Silvio Crespi's Haras Calunga Agropecuaria near Sao Paulo.
Millionaire and grade I winner Dixie Union and grade II winner Dance Master were represented by their first winners the end of May.
Prominent Japanese stallion Real Shadai died of hyposthenia caused by laminitis in his right hind leg.
The numbers, including fractional times, all show Smarty Jones is the best three year old in the country.
Lexington Thoroughbred owner and breeder John Gaines has announced the formation of a new company, Early Season Income. According to a release, the company's main focus is to offer early cash flow for stallion shareholders and season owners.
The Illinois Legislature missed its midnight May 31 adjournment deadline in a stalemate over the state's budget. The deadlock likely dooms efforts to expand gaming in the state, including slot machines or other revenue-producing plans for Illinois racetracks.
The decision on where Smarty Jones will stand at stud should be made within the month, according to George Isaacs, who is acting as the liaison between Roy and Patricia Chapman and stud farm operators in Kentucky bidding for Smarty Jones' services.
Gatwick, a 3-year-old whose syndicated ownership includes Alex Ferguson, and Hazyview have been supplemented to Saturdayês Vodafone Derby (Eng-I) at Epsom Downs in England.
Dehere's best southern son, Defier, snapped his group I losing streak with a hard fought win in the $500,000 (Australian funds) Doomben Cup (Aust-I) May 29.
The Nippon Derby (Jpn-I) was, as it is many years, a heady mix of emotional extremes. It was a day of records, dashed dreams, and tragic contradictions; a day, bright and hot, on which favorite King Kamehameha once again ruled supreme, rewriting the books with a record time of 2:23.3.
Trainer Todd Pletcher said Tuesday morning that Peter Pan Stakes (gr. II) winner Purge will attempt to disrupt Smarty Jones' Visa Triple Crown Challenge bid in Saturday's $1-million Belmont Stakes (gr. I).
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