The Week in Photos: June 27, 2008

This week in Thoroughbred racing.

The Blood-Horse: 06/28/2008 issue

Photo: Blood-horse

Fit for a Queen: Queen Elizabeth gives a congratulatory caress to her homebred, Free Agent, who scored the first win for the Queen at Royal Ascot since 1999.

Photo: Trevor Jones

Iavarone says no drugs except salix for horses owned by IEAH Stables.

Photo: Mike Corrado

Big Brown, winner of the Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands and Preakness Stakes (both gr. I), likely will make his return to the races in the $1-million Haskell Invitational (gr. I) at Monmouth Park Aug. 3.

Photo: Jeffrey Snyder

Harry Aleo, Owner of Lost in the Fog, Dies at Age 88

Photo: Benoit Photo

Henrythenavigator leads the way as trainer Aiden O'Brien wins six group races at the Royal Ascot meeting. Henrythenavigator, left, broke Ascot's record for the round mile in winning the St. James's Palace Stakes.

Photo: Trevor Jones

Australian-bred Haradasun takes the Queen Anne over a stellar field.

Photo: Trevor Jones

Spanish-based Equiano kept the flavor of the meet international in winning the King's Stand.

Photo: Trevor Jones

Yeats achieves the rare feat of winning the Ascot Gold Cup for the third time.

Photo: Trevor Jones

Downpour soaks Colonial Downs but Salior's Cap relishes the soft grass and easily wins the Turf Cup.

Photo: Coady Photography

Not Bourbon holds off the hard-charging Ginger Brew (outside) in the stretch to win the Queen's Plate at Woodbine.

Photo: Michael Burns

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