Grade I winner Boys at Tosconova was represented by his first reported foal when a bay filly was born Jan. 30 at Stone Bride Farm in Gansevoort, N.Y.
Boys At Tosconova
- Dark Bay or Brown Colt
- Born 2008
|Trainer||Richard E. Dutrow, Jr.|
|Jockey||Ramon A. Dominguez|
|Owner||Jay Em Ess Stable, Hot Racing Stable LLC, Hale, Jr., R., Cady, T., Kanakaris, D.|
|Breeder||Hertrich/McCarthy Livestock LLC|
|Boys At Tosconova View Five-Cross Pedigree||Officer||Bertrando|
|St. Helens Shadow|
|Little Bonnet||Coronado's Quest|
|Sale / Hip||Type||Buyer||Consignor||Price|
|Weanling||MJK Bloodstock||Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent||$25,000|
|Yearling||Bob Hess Jr.||Royal Oak Farm, agent||$35,000|
The event will introduce first-year stallion Boys At Tosconova, a grade I-winning juvenile, along with New York newcomers Courageous Cat and El Corredor.
Questroyal Stud, Gus Schoenborn, and Taylor Made Stallions have announced the acquisition of grade I winner Boys At Tosconova, who will stand the 2013 season at Questroyal North in Stillwater, N. Y.
Grade I winner Boys At Tosconova and grade II victor Redeemed have both been retired from racing, according to owner Samantha Siegel of Jay Em Ess Stable.
He only defeated three horses in a scratched-filled edition of the $142,500 Westchester Stakes (gr. III), but To Honor and Serve could not have looked any better in his season debut April 28 at Belmont Park.
Three grade I winners--To Honor and Serve, Jersey Town, and Boys at Tosconova--headline the $150,000 Westchester (gr. III) April 28, the first of 35 stakes at Belmont Park's 2012 spring/summer meet.
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Boys At Tosconova, a grade I winner at 2, appeared ready to rejoin the stakes ranks Jan. 27 with a game triumph over the filly Groupie Doll in the $51,000 allowance feature at Gulfstream Park.
Michael Lauffer and Bill Cubbedge's Shackleford and Reeves Thoroughbred Racing and partners' Mucho Macho Man each moved closer to their 2012 campaigns when posting workouts Jan. 13 at Gulfstream Park.
Jay Em Ess Stable continued its hot hand when Boys At Tosconova scored an allowance victory at Gulfstream Park Dec. 23.
Boys At Tosconova, winner of last year's Hopeful Stakes (gr. I) and second to Uncle Mo in the Grey Goose Breeders' Cup Juvenile (gr. I), continues his comeback in an optional claiming allowance feature at Gulfstream Dec. 23.
Tapizar, making his first start in nearly eight months, went to gate to wire to upset odds-on choice Boys At Tosconova in an optional claiming allowance race at Belmont Park Oct. 8.
Grade I winner Boys At Tosconova, who hasn't raced since the Breeders' Cup, had his first official breeze Aug. 11 at Aqueduct.
Undefeated Uncle Mo tops the graded stakes earnings list for 3-year-olds that will likely determine the participants in the field for the 137th running of the $2 million Kentucky Derby.
Boys At Tosconova is off the Triple Crown Trail for now, the Daily Racing Form reported.
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Boys At Tosconova, winner of the Three Chimneys Hopeful Stakes and second to champion 2-year-old Uncle Mo in the Grey Goose Breeders' Cup Juvenile, will not run in Gulfstream Park's Holy Bull Stakes (gr. III) Jan. 30.
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Despite a couple of concerns, Rick Dutrow Jr. is confident that with Boys At Tosconova he has a horse that will be a leading contender Kentucky Derby contender by the time May 7, 2011 rolls around. Read Blog
Heavily favored Uncle Mo took over at the top of the lane and cruised to an astonishingly easy victory in the Grey Goose Breeders' Cup Juvenile (gr. I) at Churchill Downs Nov. 6.
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PORTER ON PEDIGREES, by Alan Porter
Colts on opposite coasts are battling for honors at top 2-year-old. Both J P's Gusto and Boys At Tosconova descend from the In Reality line of Man o' War.
Evan Hammonds recaps some of the performances from the weekend, including Quality Road, Boys At Tosconova, Tell A Kelly, and more. Presented by Taylor Made Stallions. Watch Video
MAHUBAH'S CORNER, by Avalyn Hunter
From a field of 4 maiden winners in the grade I Hopeful Stakes, Boys At Tosconova left little doubt which was the best runner with a dominating performance.
Boys At Tosconova moved to the head of the 2-year-old class with a professional score in the Hopeful. Read More
Hopeful Stakes winner leaves three opponents hopeless. Read Blog
Odds-on choice Boys At Tosconova, under a hand ride from jockey Ramon Dominguez, showed his class with a measured win in the $250,000 Three Chimneys Hopeful Stakes (gr. I) on closing day at Saratoga Sept. 6.
Three of the most impressive maiden winners this summer -- Boys At Tosconova, Stay Thirsty, and Wine Police -- headline a field of seven in the Hopeful Stakes (gr. I), the marquee event for juveniles at Saratoga.
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Trainer Richard Dutrow Jr. had a quartet of horses on Saratoga Race Course's main track the morning of Aug. 11 for six-furlong works: Trickmeister, D' Funnybone, Boys At Tosconova, and I Want Revenge.
Son of Limehouse rolls to a 1 1/2-length win at Churchill Downs to score his second consecutive victory.
|V. E. Day|