Triple Crown Talk blog, with host Jason Shandler, asks, 'Which Trainer Would You Like to See Win Their First Kentucky Derby?'
Fasig-Tipton will catalog 272 horses for its Florida select sale of 2-year-olds in training, according to the company's chairman, Walt Robertson. The number is about the same as in 2008, when 270 horses were in the book.
The Breeders' Cup board of directors took the following actions at its first meeting of the year.
A dispute over hub-fee agreements has left some Churchill Downs Inc.-owned tracks and related off-track betting facilities without racing signals from California.
Grade I winner Bob and John's first foal is a colt born Jan. 15 at Janeen Oliver's Honeysuckle Farm near Versailles, Ky.
The first offspring by grade II winner Will He Shine is a colt foaled Jan. 13 in New York State.
Ten-year-old Saarland, a grade II winner as a homebred for Cynthia Phipps, has been pensioned from stallion duty because of fertility problems.
The first foal by Eclipse Award winner Lawyer Ron is a filly born Jan. 20 at Stonewall Farm Stallions near Versailles, Ky.
Hobeau Farm's homebred Delightful Kiss has been in top form for more than five months and all things being equal, the 5-year-old gelding would be the one to beat in the $1-milllion OBS Sunshine Millions Classic Jan. 24 at Gulfstream Park. But the son of Kissin Kris drew unenviable post 12 in the 1 1/8-mile main track event, severely compromising his chances of besting the other 11 rivals who will go to post.
Officials from the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry and the Louisiana State Racing Commission have lifted the quarantine on a barn that had been in place since late December at Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots.
Churchill Downs Inc. has announced several changes to its organizational structure that will include the recruitment of a new president for its signature racetrack.
Hawthorne Race Course in Illinois registered gains in average daily total handle for its 2008-09 fall/winter meet thanks to increases in out-of-state wagering. On-track and in-state handle on Hawthorne races declined, however.
When Ruberto Racing Stable Inc. claimed Frazee's Folly in January of 2005 he was already a 9-year-old who had been through 11 different owners and won 10 of 65 lifetime starts. For most Thoroughbreds, that is a full career, and then some.
Ro Parra, owner of Millennium Farms, describes why he was attracted to Zanjero as a stallion prospect for his operation.
Student Council begins his stallion duties at Millennium Farms, where owner Ro Parra discusses the racing career and breeding prospects of this very durable and well-bred horse.
Nathan Fox, president of Richland Hills Farm, talks about Sightseeing, a son of Pulpit, and one of the farm's new stallions for 2009.
Mark Roberts, farm manager of Adena Springs South, gives a preview of the new stallion, Showing Up, standing at Adena's Florida complex.
Wintergreen Farm owner John Greely has become a big fan of his new stallion Elite Squadron, a Grade 2 winning sprinter.
Bret Jones at Airdrie Stud discusses the talents of the brilliant miler Divine Park.
Richland Hills' president Nathan Fox, who raced Cougar Cat, talks about his prospects as a stallion as he takes on that role at the farm.
Bret Jones of Airdrie Stud talks about the multiple Grade One winner Brother Derek, a new addition to the stallion roster at the farm
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