Actress won the Jebel Ali Silver Jubilee Anglesey Stakes at the Curragh to become the first black-type winner for Declaration of War, while What a Catch was Justin Phillip's first black-type winner in the Rockville Centre Stakes at Belmont Park.
The Fasig-Tipton July selected yearling sale offers buyers the first opportunity to see yearlings from first-crop sires and one of the top horses to watch at the July 11 sale is a colt sired by Cairo Prince.
New York-bred What a Catch wins first start by 5 1/2 lengths at Belmont Park.
A colt by three-time leading sire Tapit supplemented into the Barretts select sale of 2-year-olds in training tops the list of hips to watch during the March 29 auction at Del Mar.
A filly by Lucky Pulpit and a colt by Justin Phillip recorded the fastest times at the Barretts under-tack preview at Del Mar March 27. The filly worked a furlong in :09 4/5, followed by the colt who worked a quarter-mile in :20 3/5.
A colt from the first crop of grade I winner Justin Phillip topped the Equine Sales Company’s open yearling and mixed sale Oct. 16 in Opelousas, La. A total of 114 head sold from 181 offered for $305,000 in gross receipts
Fillies by Silent Name and Justin Phillip shared top price of CAN$95,000 ($72,485) during the Sept. 1 Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society Ontario Division Canadian preferred yearling sale.
First foal for the grade III winner is a West Virginia-bred colt born April 14.
Centennial Farms' Unified went from debut winner to grade III winner in the $300,000 Bay Shore Stakes for 3-year-olds April 9 at Aqueduct Racetrack.
Bobby Flay, a celebrity chef and prominent racehorse owner, has been named to the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame's board of trustees, museum president Gretchen Jackson announced Nov. 23.
Castleton Lyons has announced the 2016 stud fees for its two stallions, Gio Ponti ($12,500) and Justin Phillip ($5,000).
Robert LaPenta's March first held off a furious late run from Lord Nelson before surviving a stewards' inquiry to take the $300,000 Bay Shore Stakes (gr. III) by half a length at Aqueduct Racetrack on April 4.
Fresh off an upset win over the highly touted Daredevil in last month's Fasig-Tipton Swale Stakes (gr. II) at Gulfstream Park, Ready for Rye enters the Bay Shore having won two of his four starts.
The first reported foal by grade I winner Justin Phillip is a colt born Jan. 23 at Lee Anne Smith's Paradigm Farm in Virginia.
- By Steve Haskin
When Anna Simms saw 2011 Bay Shore Stakes winner J J's Lucky Train in for $5,000, she felt an obligation to do something about it. read blog
Castleton Lyons near Lexington has announced that Gio Ponti, the three-time Eclipse Award winner and earner of more than $6.1 million, will stand for $15,000 in 2015, unchanged from the prior year.
A $3.9 million broodmare, a record $3 million weanling filly, and a daylong parade of seven-figure horses helped the Keeneland November sale post gains across the board at its lively second session Nov. 5 in Lexington.
Hip 308, Her Smile, brought $1.5 million Nov. 5 at the Keeneland November breeding stock sale. Video Courtesy Keeneland
The mares Hard Not to Like and Her Smile brought back-to-back winning bids of $1.5 million Nov. 5 at the Keeneland November breeding stock sale.
A brief player on the Triple Crown trail in Florida earlier this year, Fox Hill Farm's Coup de Grace got back to sprinting and scored a game nose win in the $300,000 Bay Shore Stakes (gr. III) April 5 at Aqueduct Racetrack.
Although he'll be facing some stakes winners when he makes the first stakes start of his career April 4 in the Bay Shore (gr. III) at Aqueduct Racetrack, Favorite Tale figures to receive plenty of attention.
Castleton Lyons is welcoming visitors without appointment to inspect the Lexington farm's stallions Jan. 4-9 from noon to 3 p.m. each day, including the newest addition to its roster, Justin Phillip.
Buffum, a speedy 5-year-old son of Bernardini, will stand the 2014 season at Northview Stallion Station in Chesapeake City, Md., for a fee of $3,500.
After starting slowly, the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky November sale took off after about two hours, with two mares bringing in excess of seven figures in quick succession.
Grade I winner Justin Phillip will commence stud duties for the 2014 breeding season at a fee of $12,500, Castleton Lyons announced Nov. 3.
|Horse||Trainer||Breeder / Owner|
|Ava K.||Michael E. Hushion||
|Dr Disco||Bruce R. Brown||
|Harlan's Hello||Doodnauth Shivmangal||
|Her Smile||Sean Smullen||
|Hot Summer||David Fawkes||
|J J's Lucky Train||John C. Servis||
|Justin Phillip||Steven M. Asmussen||
|Mysterious Chimes||Joseph R. Martin||
|R Holiday Mood||Todd A. Pletcher||
|Royal Currier||David Jacobson||
|Royal Sighting||Chris J. Englehart||
|Smoke It Right||Benard Chatters||
|Vengeful Wildcat||Benjamin W. Perkins, Jr.||
|Vixen's Roar||Gary C. Contessa||
Upcoming Stakes Entries
|Albuquerque Distaff H.||ALB|
|Eddie Read S. (G2T)||DMR|
|TVG San Diego H. (G2)||DMR|
|Don Bernhardt S.||ELP|
|New York Oaks||FL|