Headlines for Wednesday, September 11, 2002

  • 53 Horse Catalogued For Pearls of Dubai Auction

    Fifty-three horses have been catalogued by the Emirates Racing Association for the second annual Pearls of Dubai International sale on Oct. 21 at the Dubai World Cup quarantine center at Nad al Sheba racecourse.

  • 33 Horse Catalogued For Pearls of Dubai Auction

    Thirty-three horses have been catalogued by the Emirates Racing Association for the second annual Pearls of Dubai International sale on Oct. 21 at the Dubai World Cup quarantine center at Nad al Sheba racecourse.

  • Classic winner War Emblem to stand 2003 season in Japan.

    War Emblem Headed to Japan to Stand at Stud in 2003

    Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner War Emblem will head to Japan to begin stud duties in 2003 at the Shadai Stallion Station, the powerhouse operation run by the Yoshida family. Shadai recently lost three major stallions in Sunday Silence, El Condor Pasa, and End Sweep.

  • Compelling Sound, Rainbow Blues to Applebite

    California-based stallions Compelling Sound and Rainbow Blues will be relocated to Joan Rogers' Applebite Farms near French Camp, Calif., for the 2003 breeding season

  • Sakhee's Fee £20,000

    European champion Sakhee, who is scheduled to enter stud in 2003 at Shadwell's Nunnery Stud in England, will begin his stallion career for £20,000.

  • Street Cry Arrives at Jonabell

    Multi-millionaire Street Cry, who arrived Sept. 10 at Sheikh Mohammed's Jonabell Farm near Lexington, figures to be the star attraction at the stallion showcase scheduled Sept. 13 at the farm.

  • Ballerina winner Shine Again will contest the Ruffian at Belmont Park this weekend.

    Sprinter Shine Again Stretches Out in Ruffian Handicap

    Hall of Fame trainer Allen Jerkens will flip-flop his two top fillies in this Saturday's two filly and mare stakes at Belmont Park. Jerkens will send the grade I-winning sprinter Shine Again in the 1 1/16-mile Ruffian Handicap and her younger half-sister Shiny Band, winner of the one-mile Shuvee Handicap, in the six-furlong Floral Park Handicap.