Headlines for Tuesday, February 21, 2006

  • Winning Colors Delivers Orientate Filly

    Winning Colors, the 1988 Kentucky Derby (gr. I) heroine and the third and last filly to win the race, delivered a filly by Orientate Feb. 10 at the Beck family's Gainesway Farm. The filly is the first reported foal out of Winning Colors since 1999, when she foaled a Broad Brush colt named Dr. Litin.

  • James T. Hines Jr., Owner of Lawyer Ron, Dead

    James T. Hines Jr., who was looking forward to the spring classics with his homebred colt Lawyer Ron, was found dead Feb. 21 in the indoor swimming pool at his home near Owensboro, Ky.

  • Texas Stallion Pancho Villa Dead

    Pancho Villa, a speedy son of Secretariat, suffered a heart attack and died right before he was getting ready to cover his first mare this breeding season at Dr. Steve Hicks' Cedarcrest Farm near Palestine, Texas.

  • Kingmambo Starts Breeding Season on Time

    Kingmambo, who missed part of the 2005 breeding season because of various ailments, covered his first mare Feb. 13 at William S. Farish's Lane's End Farm near Versailles, Ky.

  • Ray Paulick<br>Editor-in-Chief

    Pair of Aces

    <i>By Ray Paulick</i> - Roy Chapman and Bob Lewis were members of a very select club in Thoroughbred racing. Both experienced what most owners involved in the sport would call the ultimate thrill: winning the Kentucky Derby (gr. I).

  • Butt Out

    <i>By Lenny Shulman</i> - The rumors of Gulfstream Park's demise, happily, are vastly exaggerated.

  • Delaware to Discuss Options for Blood-Gas Testing

    The Delaware Thoroughbred Racing Commission will hold a public workshop Feb. 21 to discuss options for implementing a blood-gas testing program at the 2006 Delaware Park meet.