Headlines for Monday, November 1, 2004

  • Awesome Again

    Awesome Again's Fee Upped to $125,000

    When you're hot, you're hot, and Frank Stronach knows that as well as anyone. Two days after his stallion Awesome Again was represented by two Breeders' Cup winners, Stronach announced that Awesome Again's fee was raised to $125,000.

  • Some Ohio Tracks Face Further Dates Reduction

    Racing interests in Ohio continued to negotiate Nov. 1 to seal the deal on a 2005 live racing schedule that would reduce dates for Thoroughbred and Standardbred racing by more than 10%. But time was running out.

  • Former Jockey Agent Ray Lagemann Dies

    Ray Lagemann, a well-known racing figure on the racetracks throughout the Midwest, died over the weekend at his Cincinnati home after a long-term illness brought on by diabetes.

  • Graded Winner Canadian Frontier to Airdrie

    Canadian Frontier, a graded stakes-winning sprinter this year, has been retired from racing and will enter stud at Brereton C. Jones' Airdrie Stud near Midway, Ky.

  • Breeders' Cup Classic winner Ghostzapper to be aimed at 2005 campaign.

    Stronach Says Ghostzapper to Race in 2005

    Owner Frank Stronach said Sunday that Breeders' Cup Classic - Powered by Dodge (gr. I) winner Ghostzapper will remain in training next year, with a campaign aimed at defending the title in the race he won Saturday at Lone Star Park.

  • Cheiron Tops Barretts Mixed Sale

    The Barretts mixed sale held Oct. 25-26 at the Hinds Pavilion at Fairplex Park in Pomona, Calif., showed sharp declines over the same sale a year ago despite the dispersal of seven horses of racing age from the partnership of Noctis Stable, Neil Papiano and Steve Taub. Only one horse, stakes-winner Cheiron, sold for more than $100,000 when the hammer fell at $165,000 for the 3-year-old.

  • First Ever Two-Year-Old Sale Held in Australia

    For the first time in Australian selling history, Inglis Sales Co. joined with the Moonee Valley Racing Club and staged a Ready-to-Run Sale in the Australian spring.