Keyword: Anees

  • 30 Years in 30 Days: Gary Stevens Reflects

    Hall of Fame jockey Gary Stevens shares his favorite Breeders' Cup memories, talks about the hardest Breeders' Cup races to win, and fills us in on his roster of runners as he returns from a seven-year absence.

  • 30 Years in 30 Days: Anees, 1999 Juvenile

    Oddly enough events conspired to prevent me from watching live one of my best Breeders' Cup wagers. Instead, the welcomed news of Anees' victory arrived via a friend's phone call to the Charleston (W.Va.) Gazette news room.

  • Belong to Me Colt Paces Ocala Preview Session

    A colt by Belong to Me sped a quarter in :21 flat to post the fastest time at the distance at the second session of the Under Tack Preview for the Ocala Breeders' Sales Company's 2006 March Sale of Selected 2-Year-Olds in Training.

  • Champion Anees' First Winner

    Anees, champion 2-year-old male and Breeders' Cup Juvenile (gr. I) winner, was represented by his first winner when his daughter Nine Cats won June 26.

  • Good and Tough filly posted fastest eighth of a mile time during Under Tack show Sunday.

    Good and Tough Filly is Good and Fast

    A chestnut filly sired by grade II winner Good and Tough zipped an eighth of a mile in a quick 9 4/5 seconds as she posted the fastest time at the distance during Sunday's Under Tack show for Fasig-Tipton Florida selected sale of 2-year-olds in training that will be held at Calder Race Course on Feb. 24.

  • Anees, champion 2-year-old male of 1999.

    Central Kentucky Stallion Anees Breaks Leg

    Anees, champion 2-year-old male of 1999 who is standing his third season at stud at Mill Ridge Farm near Lexington, fractured his left front leg in a paddock accident

  • Anees, the champion 2-year-old male of 1999 shown here during training hours at Churchill Downs, has been retired.<br>

    Anees Retired to Mill Ridge; Fee $15,000

    Alice Chandler of Mill Ridge Farm announced that 1999 champion and Breeders' Cup Juvenile (gr. I) winner Anees will take up stud duty for $15,000 live foal at the Lexington farm on behalf of a syndicate.