Headlines for Friday, July 13, 2001

  • Keeneland Sale On 'Net, TVG; bloodhorse.com Has Interactive Coverage

    The Keeneland and Fasig-Tipton Kentucky summer yearling sales will be broadcast live over the Internet. In addition, the TVG Network will have live coverage of the Keeneland sale and bloodhorse.com will have live interactive coverage with prices and buyes posted as each sale progresses.

  • Blood-Horse's 'Auction Edge' Debuts; Live Coverage Expanded

    The Blood-Horse, Inc., has introduced a new auction catalog supplement, <i>Auction Edge, </i> beginning with the Keeneland and Fasig-Tipton Kentucky summer yearling sales. In addition, bloodhorse.com has expanded its live, interactive, hip-by-hip Internet coverage to also include the FTK auction.

  • Blood-Horse's 'Auction Edge' Debuts; Live Coverage Expanded

    The Blood-Horse, Inc., has introduced a new auction catalog supplement, <i>Auction Edge, </i> beginning with the Keeneland and Fasig-Tipton Kentucky summer yearling sales. In addition, bloodhorse.com has expanded its live, interactive, hip-by-hip Internet coverage to also include the FTK auction.

  • Noverre Fails French Guineas Drug Test

    Noverre, who won the French 2,000 Guineas, has failed a subsequent drug test and is likely to be disqualified. The colt, owned by Sheikh Mohammed's Godolphin, tested positive for the arthritis medication methylprednisolone.

  • Secret Status, winning the 2000 Kentucky Oaks.

    Secret Status Tops Delaware Handicap Nominees

    Secret Status, winner of the 2000 Kentucky Oaks (gr. I), heads a long list of nominees to the July 22 $600,000 Delaware Handicap (gr. III) for fillies and mares. The Del 'Cap will be run across 10 furlongs and headlines the Del 'Cap Festival that includes the grade III Kent Breeders' Cup and the grade III Delaware Oaks.

  • Arlington Off to Positive Start; Purses Raised

    The 41-day Summer Festival of Racing began this week at Arlington Park with an overnight purse increase to an average of $275,000 per day. Through the first 20 days of the overall 2001 meeting, Arlington's average daily attendance hit 8,526, a 12.6% improvement over year ago figures of 7,571.