Headlines for Monday, October 16, 2000

  • Behrens, winning the 1999 Suburban Handicap under Jorge Chavez.

    Injured Behrens May Be Retired

    William Clifton and Rudlein Stable's Behrens sustained a cut in the Jockey Club Gold, making him unlikely for the Breeders' Cup Classic and his future status up in the air.

  • Weekend Racing Mars Win Streaks

    A weekend full of top quality Breeders' Cup-prep racing left blemishes on several records. Gold Mover and Perfect Sting, both undefeated in 2000 prior to Oct. 14, each recorded a loss on the unofficial Breeders' Cup preview weekend. However, Raging Fever remained undefeated after Saturday's Frizette (gr. I) victory over Out of Sync. Raging Fever could take her five wins into the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies (gr. I).

  • Two Mares Found Shot on Kentucky Farm

    Two mares were shot at Cabin Ridge Farm near Bowling Green, Ky., early Thursday morning. One mare died and the other is in critical condition after they were shot with a .22 caliber rifle.

  • Champion One Under Purchased

    Australian and New Zealand champion filly One Under was recently purchased by Lexington bloodstock agent Stanley D. Petter Jr. on behalf of owner John F. Kunkel.

  • Criteria Set For National Owners License

    The criteria for those who wish to apply for a national owners' licenses has been set by the National Racing Compact, which hopes to accept applications beginning in January of 2001.

  • Riboletta Sent to Churchill; Behrens' Future Up in Air

    Aaron and Marie Jones' brilliant Riboletta led a planeload of Breeders' Cup contenders who arrived at Churchill Downs Monday morning. Meanwhile, Behrens, who suffered a cut on his leg in the Jockey Club Gold Cup, didn't make the flight and could be retired.

  • Walmac Stallion Fees For 2001

    John T.L. Jones Jr.'s Walmac International, which boasts two of the nation's leading sires by number of career stakes winners, announced its stallion fees for 2001.