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  • Secretariat

    It Takes Only One

    The hypothesis here is that there has never been a horse bred in North America that has achieved greater influence as a broodmare sire of line-founding stallions than the son of Bold Ruler (Nasrullah—Miss Disco, by Discovery).

  • Noble Bird wins the 2016 Hagyard Fayette Stakes

    The Week in Photos for 11/1/2016

    Hagyard Fayette, Autumn Miss, Bold Ruler, Turnback the Alarm, Tenno Sho Autumn, Swan, Artemis, Spendthrift Stallion, New Mexico Classic Cup Rocky Gulch Championship and more.

  • Kentucky Derby cover of the May 11, 1957 issue of The Blood-Horse

    BH 100: The 1957 Kentucky Derby

    The 83rd running of the Kentucky Derby, however, is itself, a subplot in a much larger story, one that was revealed in the research for this BH 100 moment.

  • Seattle Slew

    The Continuing Impact of Seattle Slew

    While Seattle Slew did well crossed back to almost any of the major strains in his pedigree, he was particularly effective when bred to mares carrying Buckpasser in their pedigrees.

  • Bold Ruler

    The Influence of Bold Ruler

    Once upon a time there was a brave young prince named Bold Ruler, who became the greatest stallion of his time.

  • Secretariat, shown as a 2-year-old, was foaled March 30, 1970

    Secretariat Foaled 40 Years Ago

    Big Red born March 30, 1970, at Christopher T. Chenery's The Meadow near Doswell, Va. The son of Bold Ruler would become racing's ninth Triple Crown winner in 1973.

  • Executive Fleet will look to build off a 2nd place finish in the Carter, as he tries the Bold Ruler.

    Bold Ruler Field Strong, Well-Matched

    Of the seven horses headed postward in the $100,000 Bold Ruler Handicap (gr. III) at Belmont Park May 10 - from the lightly-raced Lucky Island to the hard-knocking Callmetony - every one looks like a legitimate contender.

  • Uncle Camie Storms to Bold Ruler Victory

    Trainer Scott Lake's lofty plans for Don Six took a temporary detour Saturday afternoon as the 3-5 favorite burned himself out in the lane, allowing Uncle Camie to storm by for a 2 ¾-length victory $106,600 Bold Ruler Handicap (gr. III) for 3-year-olds and up at six furlongs.

  • Don Six Puts His Speed On Line in Bold Ruler

    Trainer Scott Lake will put his money where his mouth is Saturday at Belmont Park when he sends out the freakishly fast Don Six in the co-featured Bold Ruler Handicap (gr. III) at six furlongs. Don Six is the 120-pound high weight and horse to beat in the $100,000-added Bold Ruler as he faces five rivals.

  • Storm Cat, leading juvenile sire of 2004.

    Leading Juvenile Sire 2004: Storm Cat

    In September 2004, Storm Cat set a record when he passed Northern Dancer as the all-time leading sire of seven-figure yearlings. As the year came to a close, the Overbrook Farm stallion added another impressive statistic to his résumé.

  • Dan Liebman<br>Executive Editor

    Tired of Weighting

    <i>By Dan Liebman</i> -- These days, the country's best older horses rarely line up and race against each other in handicaps. Trainers often decline to run if their charges are asked to carry weight, and racing secretaries know that. Since racing secretaries today aren't going to really weight horses, let's just do away with handicaps and move on.

  • On This Day...

    Feb. 16, 1957<br><b>A Special Day at Hialeah</b>

  • Ray Paulick&lt;br&gt;Editor-in-Chief

    Look of Eagles

    <i> By Ray Paulick </i> --Sometimes it's easy to forget what's important about the game. People can argue long into the night about seemingly important issues like marketing, takeout rates, or medication and drug testing, but then a remarkable talent like Seattle Slew comes along and reminds everyone that the horse is king of this sport.