Keyword: allaire du pont

  • Mrs. Allaire duPont with her top broodmare Shine Again.

    Bohemia Dispersal Will Start at Keeneland

    It's a sad good-bye. Bohemia Stable, the successful breeding and racing operation of the late Allaire du Pont, has announced it will completely disperse its horses -- 13 broodmares and weanlings. The horses will be consigned to auction over the next three months with Walnut Green as the agent.

  • Inside Track:Remembering Allaire du Pont

    Turning into Woodstock Farm, visitors are greeted by a canopy of towering sycamores and pines lining a road that slopes down to the original training barn and track, all the way to the tranquil beauty of the Bohemia River.

  • Raging Fever, one of two graded stakes winners produced from Pennant Fever.

    Prominent Broodmare Pennant Fever Dead

    Pennant Fever, a grade I producer for Edward P. Evans, died Feb. 24 at Kesmarc rehabilitation center near Versailles, Ky., following a three-year battle with laminitis.

  • Millionaire Shine Again Retired

    Millionaire Shine Again, who just missed winning the Oct. 25 First Flight Handicap (gr. II) at Aqueduct by a neck after winning the previous two runnings, will head to breeder/owner Allaire du Pont's Woodstock Farm near Chesapeake City, Md., for her retirement.

  • Shine Again Aimed at Third Straight Ballerina

    Hall of Fame trainer Allen Jerkens goes for an unprecedented three-time sweep of the Ballerina Handicap (gr. I) Sunday at Saratoga Racecourse with the ultra-consistent Shine Again.

  • People's Horses

    <i>By Bud Lamoreaux </i> -- Funny Cide can give racing an ingredient that has been lacking for 25 years.

  • Polish Miner to Stand at Northview

    Polish Miner, a graded stakes-placed son of Danzig, will enter stud in 2003 at Richard Golden, Dr. Tom Bowman, and Allaire du Pont's Northview Stallion Station near Chesapeake City, Md. His fee will be $3,500.

  • Case for Carl

    <i>By Joe Hickey</i> -- Out of the loop for too many years now, his hair is as white as a Lukas bridle and his titanium knees are more attuned to WD-40 than Absorbine. But at 85, he's still trim, alert, and enjoying life with Millie, his bride of 44 years. That grin--as wide and warm as a Nebraska prairie under an August morn--is still his trademark.