Headlines for Wednesday, October 11, 2017

  • Miss Ella wins the July 24 Caress Stakes at Saratoga

    Miss Ella Looks to Repeat in Buffalo Trace

    Jack Swain III's Miss Ella headlines a field of 12 fillies and mares and four also-eligibles entered for the 21st running of the $100,000 Buffalo Trace Franklin County Stakes (G3) to be run Oct. 13 at 5 1/2 furlongs on the Keeneland turf course.

  • Rushing Fall wins the Jessamine Stakes at Keeneland

    Rushing Fall Emerges With Jessamine Win

    Rushing Fall launched herself from the clouds to take the JPMorgan Chase Jessamine Stakes (G3T) at Keeneland by 3 1/4 lengths, stamping herself among the favorites for the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf (G1T).

  • Hip 31, a Jimmy Creed colt, sold for $150,000 at the OBS October yearling sale

    Jimmy Creed Colt Returns Quick Profit for Brewster

    Oklahoma owner-breeder Clark Brewster showed his pinhooking ability when a colt by successful freshman sire Jimmy Creed was sold for $150,000 during the Oct. 10 selected session of the Ocala Breeders' Sales October yearling sale.

  • Dramedy Being Relocated to Oklahoma

    Dramedy, a grade 2 winner by Distorted Humor, will be relocated from War Horse Place in Central Kentucky to River Oaks Farms near Sulphur, Okla., for the 2018 breeding season.

  • Piedras Negras, the dam of La Traviata (pictured), will be offered at the upcoming Barretts fall sale

    Songbird Breeder Antonelli Plans Dispersal at Barretts

    John Antonelli, breeder of champion filly Songbird, will offer Piedras Negras, dam of graded winner La Traviata and granddam of group 1 winners Seventh Heaven (IRE) and Crusade, as part of his California dispersal at the Barretts fall sale.

  • Zipessa with Joe Bravo up wins the First Lady (G1) at Keeneland on Saturday Oct. 7, 2017  in Lexington, Ky.

    The Week in Photos 10/10/2017

    Champagne, Juddmonte Spinster, Shadwell Turf Mile, Frizette, Flower Bowl, Jockey Club Gold Cup, Claiborne Breeders' Futurity, First Lady, Santa Anita Sprint Championship, Darley Alcibiades, Woodford, Knickerbocker, and more.

  • What's Going On Here: Joy Ride

    The Thoroughbred world received a pretty good surprise when John Sikura and Ken Ramsey announced that Kitten’s Joy would be moving from Ramsey Farm to Sikura’s Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms near Lexington for 2018.