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Rubilinda Impresses as Frankel’s First US Winner

Don Alberto Stable's homebred Rubilinda became the first winner in the United States for her sire Frankel when she showed an impressive turn of foot to go last to first in a May 27 maiden special weight at Belmont Park.   More...

First Starter is First Winner for Intello

Intello, winner of the 2013 Prix du Jockey Club (French Derby, G1) and a freshman sire, got his first winner with his first starter May 25 when his daughter Sonjeu took a maiden race by 2 1/2 lengths at Tarbes Racecourse.  More...

First Black-type Winner for Freshman Havana Gold

Tweenhills Farm & Stud's freshman sire Havana Gold garnered his first black-type winner May 25 when his son Havana Grey won the Better Odds With Matchbook National Stakes by a length at Sandown Park in England.  More...

Freshman Flashpoint Gets His First Winner

Louisiana freshman sire Flashpoint's first runner eventually become his first winner when Flashy Coop took a five-furlong maiden claimer May 19 at Hipodromo de las Americas in Mexico City.  More...

Treasure Beach Gets First Winner in Indiana

Tigerbeach won his third start by 3 3/4 lengths at Indiana Grand.  More...

Leslie's Lady in Foal to American Pharoah

Clarkland Farm's blue-hen mare is the dam of multiple champion Beholder and grade 1-winning sire Into Mischief.  More...

Classic Empire to Coolmore on Retirement

In a deal brokered by Justin Casse prior to the Triple Crown, champion 2-year-old male Classic Empire will enter stud at Coolmore's Ashford Stud when he's retired from racing.  More...

A Trio of Sire Firsts

Freshman sires Espoir City and Lethal Force get their first winners, while second-crop sire Bated Breath gets his first black-type stakes winner.  More...

Grade 1 Winner, Sire Devil His Due Dies at 28

Devil His Due, multiple Grade 1 winner and sire of 40 black-type stakes winners, including Dubai World Cup winner Roses in May, was euthanized at Margaux Farm due to the infirmities of old age May 22  More...

In Excess Connected to Past Two Kentucky Derby Winners

For the second year in a row, the late In Excess—a former juggernaut on the California stallion scene--has figured in the first three generations of a Kentucky Derby Presented By Yum! Brands (G1) winner.   More...

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