The Blood-Horse: 10/6/2007 issue
Family Ties: From left, weanling half-sisters to Curlin (by St. Liam) and Hard Spun (by Kingmambo) were shown at Fares Farm near Lexington Sept. 26
Photo: Anne M. Eberhardt
In the Gold Cup Brother Bobby set the pace for three-quarters of a mile, while being pressed by the 3-5 favorite, Lawyer Ron. The early fractions were 24.26 seconds, 47.88 and 1:11.66.
Photo: ADAM COGLIANESE
Curlin comes from behind in the stretch to catch Lawyer Ron in Gold Cup win.
Curlin, with Robby Albarado aboard, needed every inch of the stretch to reel in Lawyer Ron.
Lahudood and jockey Alan Garcia win the Flower Bowl at Belmont Park.
Trippi's Storm defeats heavy favorite After Market in the one-mile Kelso at Belmont Park.
English Channel comes up the fence to win the Joe Hirsch Turf Classic; up next is a third crack at the Breeders' Cup Turf.
Unbridled Belle (green silks) rumbles past stablemate Indian Vale to win the Beldame at Belmont Park.
Pennsylvania-bred Fabulous Strike bowls 'em over in the six-furlong Vosburgh.
Hard Spun and jockey Mario Pino remain clear of Street Sense in the stretch of the Kentucky Cup Classic Stakes at Turfway Park.
Photo: Matt Goins
Texas Fever (No. 8) holds off favorite Chitoz in the Kentucky Cup Juvenile at Turfway Park.
Tiago (green and pink silks), a half brother to 2004 Kentucky Derby winner Giacomo, nips older star Awesome Gem to win the Goodwood at Oak Tree.
Photo: BENOIT PHOTO
Nashoba's Key remains unbeaten after defeating Citronnade in the Yellow Ribbon.
Cry and Catch Me holds on to win the Oak Leaf by a nose at Oak Tree.
Dixie Chatter bobbled at the start of the 1 1/16-mile Norfolk but managed to work his way through the field of nine and claim victory.
Student Council proves his Pacific Classic win wasn't a fluke with a solid victory in the Hawthorne Gold Cup.
Photo: FOUR FOOTED FOTOS
Ramonti tops Excellent Art (dark blue) and Duke of Marmalade (pink) in the Queen Elizabeth.
Photo: TREVOR JONES
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