Keyword: Blazing Fury

  • Trainer Jimmy Toner, whose Blazing Fury sidelined by injury.

    Blazing Fury Out of BC Turf with Tendon Injury

    Caeser Kimmel and Ronald Nicholson's Blazing Fury has been declared out of Saturday's John Deere Breeders' Cup Turf (gr. IT). He suffered a tendon injury after galloping at Belmont Park Tuesday morning.

  • Turf Preview: Battle for Turf

    With victory in the last three runnings of the Breeders' Cup Turf (gr. IT), sponsored this year by John Deere, Europe will field another strong team for the 12-furlong, $2-million affair at Arlington Park.

  • Belmont Barn Notes

    Medaglia d'Oro breezes...No BC for Funny Cide...Balto Star slated to start at Keeneland.

  • Denon provided trainer Frankel with his second straight Turf Classic win.

    Denon Gives Frankel Back-to-Back Turf Classics

    After two near-misses in grade I turf stakes to With Anticipation, Denon took advantage of a rail-saving ride to score a narrow win in Sunday's $750,000 Belmont Turf Classic (gr. IT).

  • Age Can't Stop With Anticipation Seeking Second Man o'War

    In its 44-year history, only two horses, Majesty's Prince and Solar Splendor, have won back-to-back runnings of the 1 3/8-mile Man o' War (gr. IT). Seven-year-old gray gelding With Anticipation will try to become the third in Saturdays' turf feature.

  • Knickerbocker winner Sumitas is one of three New York ship-ins for the Hollywood Turf Cup.

    Blazing Fury Among Ship-Ins For Hollywood Turf Cup

    Blazing Fury, who arrived from New York late Wednesday afternoon for Saturday's $250,000 Hollywood Turf Cup, jogged on the training track during a rainy Thursday morning. Assistant Danny Dubuc is overseeing final preparations for the 3-year-old gelding until trainer Jim Toner arrives Friday night.

  • Balto Star, shown winning the Arkansas Derby, won his turf debut on the Saranac Handicap undercard at Saratoga Sunday.

    Blazing Fury, Balto Star Post Turf Wins at Saratoga

    Blazing Fury's impressive late run gave him a decisive 4 3/4-length victory over Fast City on Sunday in the $112,500 Saranac Handicap (gr. IIIT) at Saratoga. Earlier on the card, Arkansas Derby (gr. II) and Turfway Spiral Stakes (gr. II) winner Balto Star returned from a three-month layoff to win his turf racing debut.