Articles posted September 4, 2008

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Owner Jack L.K. Grunwald Dead

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Jack L.K. Grunwald, a successful owner in the Rocky Mountain states for several decades, died Aug. 31 at his Denver home.

That Handicapping Show: Sept 5 (Video)

That Handicapping Show: Sept 5 (Video)

Jason and Tom analyze Turfway Park's Fall Championship Stakes (gr. III). Plus, selections from Cary Fotias of Equiform for the Grade 3 Arlington-Washington Lassie. The free "Race of the Week" download features Fotias' analysis of this race plus the 6th at Arlington and a pair of races at Belmont Park.

Kip Deville vs. Ventura in Woodbine Mile

Kip Deville vs. Ventura in Woodbine Mile

Juddmonte Farms' Ventura has a good chance at becoming the first filly to win the $1-million Woodbine Mile (Can-IT) Sept. 7, but standing in her way is IEAH Stables' Kip Deville, widely regarded as the best turf miler in North America.

Keeneland September Sale Opens Monday

Keeneland September Sale Opens Monday

Keeneland will play host to the international Thoroughbred community for the next two weeks as it conducts its 65th annual September yearling sale. The catalog is the largest in the auction's history, with 5,555 horses listed.

Garden City Draws Talented Group

Garden City Draws Talented Group

IEAH Stables' grade I winners Ariege and Pure Clan are the headliners in a contentious field of eight 3-year-old fillies vying for the $250,000 Garden City Stakes (gr. IT) Sept. 6 on the Belmont turf, but there is plenty of tough competition in the nine-furlong test.

Lava Man to Reside at Old Friends

Lava Man to Reside at Old Friends

A jubilant Michael Blowen announced Thursday that Lava Man, one of the great geldings of all time, is scheduled to arrive at Old Friends on Sept. 16, where he will live out the rest of his days.

Indian Blessing Faces New Challenge

Indian Blessing Faces New Challenge

Hal and Patti Earnhardt's homebred Indian Blessing will try older horses for the first time and stretch out past a mile once again, as she battles eight fillies and mares in the $300,000 Ruffian Handicap (gr. I) Sept. 6 at Belmont Park.

HKJC Sets New Revenue Records

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HKJC Sets New Revenue Records

John Chan, chairman of the Hong Kong Jockey Club reviewed the organization's highlights of the 2007-2008 season at its annual general meeting Sept. 4.

Monsun Colt Sells for 480,000 Euros

A Monsun colt sold for 480,000 euros (approximately $694,522) to top the opening session of the BBAG yearling auction Sept. 3 in Baden-Baden, Germany. Rudger Alles, acting on behalf of Baron von Ullmann, bought the colt, which is out of the multiple-stakes-producing Canadian-bred mare Dawn Side, who raced in the U.S.

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