Headlines for Monday, October 22, 2001

  • Three Breeders' Cup Defections

    Two U.S. horses and one European runner being pointed toward Saturday's Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Racing Championships have defected for different reasons.

  • Volponi Upsets Burning Roma in Pegasus

    Volponi sat patiently behind the dueling leaders and kicked home in the stretch to take the $250,000 Pegasus Handicap (gr. II) on Friday night at the Meadowlands.

  • 2001 Breeders' Cup Classic Notes

    $4 million Breeders' Cup Classic (GI) World Thoroughbred Championships<br>Three-Year-Olds and Up<br>1 ¼ Miles

  • Tiznow was on his best behavior as he  worked over the Belmont track Monday morning in preparation for the Breeders&#39; Cup Classic.

    Steve Haskin's Classic Report -- Oct. 22

    Jay Robbins didn't have to say a word following <b>Tiznow's</b> gallop Monday morning. He looked up at Pam York, aboard Andy the pony, and gave her a double thumbs up. This sure wasn't the same obstinate, cantankerous Tiznow we saw on Sunday.

  • Marsha Naify Purchases 505 Farm

    Keeping it all in the family, Marsha J. Naify, has completed the purchase of 505 Farm near Lexington, Ky. The 500-acre Thoroughbred operation has been run by the Naify Trust since the April, 2000, death of Marshall Naify, Marsha's father, who bought the farm a decade ago and raced such stakes winners as Manistique, Swept Overboard, Cliquot, Lacquaria, and David Copperfield.

  • Pennekamp to France

    Darley Stud Management stallion Pennekamp, who has stood at Kildangan Stud in Ireland since 1997, will stand the 2002 season under the Darley banner at Haras du Logis in France.