Keyword: Adena Springs

  • Silent Sting wins the Kingarvie Stakes at Woodbine

    Silent Sting Takes Kingarvie

    Stronach Stables' Silent Sting came flying through the stretch along the rail to win the $125,000 Kingarvie Stakes for Ontario-sired 2-year-olds Dec. 9 at Woodbine.

  • Frank Stronach (right) said Shaman Ghost will be an exciting addition to the California stallion ranks

    Shaman Ghost to Enter Stud in California

    The Canadian champion and grade 1 winner is part of Frank Stronach's efforts to build up California breeding. He is one of three Adena Springs stallions that will stand on the West Coast in 2018.

  • Ghostzapper at Adena Springs

    Adena Springs Announces 2018 Stud Fees

    Adena Springs' nine-horse stallion roster is led by Ghostzapper, who finished 2017 as the eighth general leading sire in North America. His 2018 fee will be $85,000, increased from $75,000 last year.

  • Hip 339, a Ghostzapper colt consigned by his breeder Adena Springs

    Tapit Yearlings Among Fasig-Tipton Hips to Watch

    A colt and a filly by Gainesway's leading sire Tapit are among the horses to keep an eye on during the Oct. 23 opening session of the Fasig-Tipton October yearling sale. The auction in Lexington begins at 10 a.m. daily through Oct. 26.

  • Frank Stronach and jockey Luis Contreras celebrate Holy Helena's Queen's Plate win in the winner's circle July 2 at Woodbine.

    Holy Helena Latest Breeding Success for Stronach

    Frank Stronach's Adena Springs breeding operation—a seven-time Eclipse Award-winning operation—added another feat July 2 when homebred Holy Helena beat the boys as the favorite in the Queen's Plate at Woodbine.

  • Stronach Stables' Holy Helena winning the Woodbine Oaks

    Holy Helena Favored for Queen's Plate

    Stronach Stables' Holy Helena, a daughter of Ghostzapper and winner of the June 11 Woodbine Oaks Presented by Budweiser, is the 3-1 morning-line choice for the July 2 Queen's Plate at Woodbine.

  • Baby Zip was the 2005 Broodmare of the Year and the dam of both City Zip and Ghostzapper

    Broodmare of the Year Baby Zip Euthanized

    Baby Zip, the 2005 Broodmare of the Year and dam of grade 1 winners and sires City Zip and Ghostzapper, was euthanized at age 26 due to complications from laminitis, Frank Stronach's Adena Springs Kentucky announced April 20.

  • Frank Stronach at the podium and Stronach Group executive board member Tim Ritvo

    Stronach Still Seeking New Heights for Racing

    Anyone who doubts Frank Stronach's ability to think big needs only to gaze at the 473-ton steel and bronze statue of Pegasus, the winged stallion of Greek mythology, that captivates visitors as they enter Gulfstream Park.

  • Dr. Bryan Waldridge treats Alphabet Soup in August.

    Alphabet Soup Progressing Under Cancer Treatment

    A cutting-edge cancer treatment has helped reduce skin cancer in 1996 Breeders' Cup Classic (G1) winner Alphabet Soup, who recently celebrated his 26th birthday at Old Friends Equine retirement home near Georgetown, Ky.

  • Farms in Focus

    Farms in Focus

    One of the benefits of a thriving Thoroughbred horse racing industry is the infrastructure of scenic and productive farmland needed to raise and cultivate racehorses.

  • Fort Larned will relocate back to Adena Springs Kentucky from Adena Springs South

    Adena Springs Relocates Three Stallions

    Multiple grade I winner Fort Larned will relocate from Florida back to Adena Springs Kentucky near Paris, Ky., along with King's Bishop (gr. I) winner Capo Bastone and City Wolf, the graded stakes-winning half brother to Ghostzapper and City Zip.

  • Touch Gold winning the Belmont Stakes.
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    Touch Gold Pensioned, to Old Friends

    Touch Gold, who denied Silver Charm the Triple Crown in the 1997 Belmont Stakes (gr. I), has been pensioned from stud duty and will live in retirement at Old Friends retirement facility near Georgetown, Ky.

  • Ireland and the Thoroughbred

    Ireland and the Thoroughbred

    The Irish have developed a unique understanding of the horse, one passed from generation to generation along with a relationship fused through time to form the bond of mutual dependency that exists today.

  • Miss Ella

    Miss Ella Takes Aim at Miss Preakness Title

    After winning the first two starts of her career, including an easy score in the Adena Springs Beaumont Stakes (gr. II), Miss Ella will try to continue her roll May 15 in the Adena Springs Miss Preakness Stakes (gr. III).

  • Eric Hamelback at the Keeneland November Sale.

    Hamelback Named CEO of National HBPA

    The National HBPA announced Monday, April 20 that it had appointed Eric Hamelback as new chief executive officer beginning immediately. The former Adena Springs Kentucky general manager replaces Phil Hanrahan.

  • Fantastic Style

    Fantastic Style Invades for Beaumont

    Kaleem Shah's Fantastic Style, riding a two-race win streak at Santa Anita Park, heads a field of seven 3-year-old fillies entered for the $250,000 Adena Springs Beaumont (gr. II) at Keeneland.

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    Khozan Injured, Off Kentucky Derby Trail

    Because of an issue with his right hind leg, Khozan has been taken off the road to the Kentucky Derby presented by Yum! Brands (gr. I), according to Al Shaqab Racing's U.S. racing manager Bradley Weisbord.

  • Khozan wins at Gulfstream Park Feb. 22
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    Khozan Impresses Again at Gulfstream Park

    A bumped start barely fazed heavily-favored Khozan in his second straight romp at Gulfstream Park Feb. 22. The $1 million purchase by Al Shaqab Racing impressed again with a 12 3/4-length win.

  • First Foal Reported for Fort Larned

    Fort Larned, a three-time grade I winner, including the 2012 Breeders' Cup Classic, was represented by his first foal Jan. 26. Fort Larned will stand in 2015 at Adena Springs South near Williston, Fla.

  • Ken and Sarah Ramsey

    Ramseys Top 2014 Earnings List for Breeders

    For a second consecutive year Ken and Sarah Ramsey topped the individual breeders list in North America in 2014 with $10,412,411 in earnings, according to statistics released by The Jockey Club Information Systems Inc.

  • Mares and Foals

    Podcast: Top Breeders of 2014

    Hear five of the top North American breeders discuss what has put their breeding programs among the elite Thoroughbred producers since 2000.

  • Awesome Again, one of the many top sires in Kentucky who is an outcross.

    The Outcrossing Advantage

    Among the great sires in Kentucky, outcrosses also dominate. In 2014, 16 stallions stood for a fee of $50,000 or more. Of those, 13, or 81.3%, were the result of outcross matings, a serious majority.