Myra Lewyn

  • Hip 389 by Deep Impact out of Malpensa

    Deep Impact Rules JRHA Foal Sale

    A pair of foals by Deep Impact each sold for $2,718,447, the overall highest price of the two-day JRHA select sale, which closed July 12 with records in overall gross and average price.

  • Hip 508, Donegal Moon

    Donegal Moon RNA's at $1.6 Million at F-T

    There was excitement at the Fasig-Tipton July selected sale of horses of racing age July 11 when grade III winner Donegal Moon was presented late in the evening, but he left the ring unsold after bidding reached $1.6 million.

  • Hip 107 by Deep Impact out of Awesome Feather

    Record Gross, Average at JRHA Yearling Sale

    Deep Impact offspring dominated the top of the market at the yearling session of the JRHA select sale July 11 with eight in the top 10 highest prices, including the first six best sellers that were topped by a colt out of champion Awesome Feather.

  • Zelzal Wins Jean Prat in Course-Record Time

    With Gregory Benoist riding hands and heels through the final furlong, Al Shaqab Racing's Zelzal displayed an impressive turn of foot to win the Prix Jean Prat (Fr-I) in course-record time at Chantilly July 10.

  • Greengrassofyoming (pink silks) gets his head in front to win the Stars and Stripes.

    Greengrassofyoming Wins Stars and Stripes

    Greengrassofyoming thrust out his nose in a pulsating four-horse finish to capture the Stars and Stripes Stakes (gr. IIIT) July 9 at Arlington International Racecourse as two-time defending winner The Pizza Man just missed in fourth.

  • Real Smart catches Photo Call to win the Robert G. Memorial.

    Real Smart Wins Robert G. Dick Memorial

    Second choice Real Smart got a perfectly timed ride to collar grade I winner and even-money favorite Photo Call in the stretch and win the $200,000 Robert G. Memorial (gr. IIIT) July 9 at Delaware Park.

  • Favorite Limato Surges Clear in July Cup

    Limato found the firm going at Newmarket to his liking and unleashed a devastating rally, although drifting badly, to win the Darley July Cup (Eng-I) by two lengths July 9 at Newmarket.

  • King Glorious won 7 stakes races, including the grade I Hollywood Futurity (shown).

    Sire King Glorious Dies in Japan

    King Glorious, a California-bred multiple grade I winner and successful sire, passed away at the age of 30 in Japan, Kate Hunter of Paca Paca Farms shared via Twitter July 2.

  • Hawkbill Posts Group I Win for Kitten's Joy

    North America's leading turf sire Kitten's Joy got his first European group I winner July 2 when Kentucky-bred Hawkbill edged favorite The Gurkha by a half length in the Coral Eclipse Stakes at Sandown.

  • Minding Coasts Clear in Pretty Polly

    Coolmore and partners' dual English classic winner Minding ran down pacesetter Bocca Baciata and scored a easy win in the Sea The Stars Pretty Polly Stakes (Ire-I) June 26 at the Curragh.

  • Marialite wins the Takarazuka Kinen

    Marialite Upsets Favorites at Hanshin

    U. Carrot Farm's Marialite upstaged heavy favorite Duramente and became just the third female to capture the Japan Racing Association's spring all-star race, the Takarazuka Kinen (Jpn-I), June 26 at Hanshin Racecourse.

  •  Harzand (left) fights off Idaho to win the Irish Derby.

    Harzand Completes Derby Double at Curragh

    Investec Epsom Derby (Eng-l) winner Harzand saw off a strong challenge from Idaho in the final furlong to seal a classic double in the Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby (Ire-I) June 25 at the Curragh.

  • BHA Working on Strategies After 'Brexit' Vote

    Following the June 23 referendum in which Great Britain voted to leave the European Union, stakeholders in the Thoroughbred industry are working to ensure its interests are represented as the nation enters a time of transition and uncertainty.

  • Untapable

    Champion Untapable Retired

    Untapable, the champion 3-year-old filly of 2014, has been retired, owner Ron Winchell of Winchell Thoroughbreds said June 19.

  • Jockey Patrick Husbands captures his 3,000 lifetime win

    Jockey Husbands Rides 3,000th Winner

    Woodbine mainstay Patrick Husbands guided in his 3,000th North American winner June 18, when Shez a Ten I Know captured her debut in the first race at the Toronto track.

  • Twilight Son Prevails in 'Jubilee' Thriller

    Twilight Son was all out to prevail in a tight five-horse finish June 18 in the Diamond Jubilee (Eng-I), the closing day feature at Royal Ascot while last year's winner Undrafted was unplaced.

  • Almanzor Surprises in French Derby

    Trainer Jean-Claude Rouget sent out favorite Mekhtaal in the Prix du Jockey Club (Fr-I, French Derby) June 5 but his lightly regarded Almanzor pulled off the victory at 20-1 odds.

  • I'll Have Another at Big Red Farm in Hokkaido Japan

    First Starters for I'll Have Another

    U.S. champion and dual classic winner I'll Have Another will have his highly anticipated first starters June 5 in Japan, where he launched his stallion career in 2013 at Big Red Farm.

  • Alert Bay (right) wins the San Francisco Mile Stakes April 30

    Alert Bay Holds Tough in San Francisco Mile

    Alert Bay shook off pacesetter G. G. Ryder in the stretch and dug in to repel good-closing graded winners Gabriel Charles and Bal a Bali to win the $100,000 San Francisco Mile (gr. IIIT) April 30 at Golden Gate Fields.

  • Werther, with Hugh Bowman in the saddle, claims the Audemars Piguet QEII Cup at Shat Tin.

    Werther Upsets Lovely Day in HK's QEII Cup

    Werther accelerated clear of front-runner and favorite Lovely Day in the stretch and won the HK$20 million Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup (HK-I) by 4 1/2 lengths April 24 at Sha Tin.

  • First Winner for To Honor and Serve

    Gainesway stallion To Honor and Serve was represented by his first winner April 19 when his first starter, French General, won his debut in the second race at Turf Paradise.

  • San Onofre Gives Jock Fourth Los Angeles Win

    Matson Racing's San Onofre held off Wild Dude in the stretch and won the $100,000 Los Angeles Stakes (gr. III) April 16 at Los Alamitos Race Course, giving jockey Edwin Maldonado a fourth successive win in the race.

  • Dalakhani Taken Out of 2016 Stud Duty

    Dalakhani, a resident stallion at the Aga Khan’s Haras de Bonneval near Normany, France, will be unavailable to cover mares the rest of the 2016 breeding season because of an unspecified “veterinary problem."

  • Zenyatta and her 2016 War Front colt.

    Zenyatta Delivers War Front Colt

    Jerry and Ann Moss' Zenyatta, 2010 Horse of the Year, foaled a colt by Central Kentucky sire War Front April 10 at William S. Farish's Lane's End, Team Zenyatta announced.

  • Subtle Indian wins the Count Fleet Sprint Handicap

    Subtle Indian Powerful in Count Fleet Sprint

    Mercedes Stable's homebred Subtle Indian controlled the pace soon after the start and drew away in the stretch for a dominant 3 3/4-length victory the $400,000 Count Fleet Sprint Handicap (gr. III) April 10 at Oaklawn Park.

  • 2015 Canadian Horse of the Year Catch a Glimpse looks to extend a four-race win streak in the Appalachian Stakes Presented.

    Catch a Glimpse Heads Appalachian Field

    Gary Barber, Michael Ambler, and Windways Farm's newly minted Canadian Horse of the Year Catch a Glimpse looks to extend a four-race win streak in the Appalachian Stakes Presented by Japan Racing Association (gr. IIIT).

  • Jeweler wins the Oka Sho.
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    Jeweler Gets Nod in Dazzling Oka Sho Finish

    Jeweler landed the first leg of Japan's Triple Crown for fillies when she edged familiar rival Sinhalite by a nose in a thrilling finish of the Oka Sho (Jpn-I, Japanese One Thousand Guineas) April 10 at Hanshin.

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    Unified Makes Grade in Bay Shore

    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.