Keyword: Brazil

  • Paulo Lobo

    Lobo, Brazilian Import Some in Tieme Try SoCal

    When trainer Paulo Lobo enters a horse with a "BRZ" or an "URU" or an "ARG" next to its name for the first time in a Southern California race, how that horse will run isn't just a mystery to the betting public. Often it's a mystery to Lobo, too.

  • Brazilian Champ Juno Pointing to Del Mar

    Richard Mandella would have run Team Valor International's Juno (Brz) on the Santa Anita Park turf in her first U.S. start if the Southern California track hadn't ripped up the grass course earlier in June.

  • Jorge Ricardo celebrates after winning the Champions Challenge at Hipodromo Cristal in Brazil on Sept. 18, 2014.

    Ricardo Beats Baze in Champions Challenge

    Jorge Ricardo took the Sept. 18 Champions Challenge at Hipodromo Cristal in Brazil much the way he has has maintained a 38-year career resulting in more than 12,000 victories -- with a sweepingly emotional score.

  • Russell Baze

    Competition Planned for Jockeys Baze, Ricardo

    The top two jockeys by wins in the history of Thoroughbred racing, Russell Baze and Jorge Ricardo, are scheduled to square off in a five-race showdown being billed as the Champions Challenge on Sept. 18 in Brazil.

  • Bal a Bali

    Bal a Bali Being Treated for Laminitis

    Bal a Bali, the Brazilian Triple Crown winner who has qualified for a berth in the Breeders' Cup Turf (gr. IT), is being treated for laminitis, according to Rick Porter's Fox Hill Farm.

  • Silver Train

    Silver Train Dies Before Return to U.S.

    Silver Train, a two-time grade I winner including the 2005 Breeders' Cup Sprint (gr. I), died from colic Dec. 29 while shuttling to the United States from Brazil, Northview Stallion Station reported Dec. 30.

  • Old Tune rolls home in the Hillsborough Stakes.

    Play It Again: Old Tune Wins Hillsborough

    Stud TNT's Old Tune, winner of Tampa Bay Downs' Feb. 2 Endeavour Stakes (gr. IIIT), returns to win the March 9 Hillsborough Stakes (gr. IIIT) at nine furlongs. Her score is trainer Todd Pletcher's fourth Hillsborough victory.

  • Pure Clan sold for $4.5 million during the second session of the Keeneland November breeding stock sale in Lexington Nov. 7.

    Pure Clan Sells for $4.5 Million at Keeneland

    Goncalo Torrealba, who operates TNT Stud in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, went to $4.5 million to purchase the millionaire Pure Clan during the second session of the Keeneland November breeding stock sale in Lexington Nov. 7.

  • Codere Signs Alliance with United Tote

    In a move to provide future expansion at tracks in Latin America, international gaming company Codere announced the signing of a strategic alliance agreement with United Tote Sept. 13.

  • Benny the Bull to Shuttle to Brazil

    International bloodstock agent Renato Gameiro of Albatroz Bloodstock and owner Greg James have reached an agreement to shuttle 2008 Eclipse Award-winning sprinter Benny the Bull to Brazil.

  • Artax in the Breeders' Cup.

    Champion Sprinter Artax Dies

    Artax, a champion sprinter who was attacked by a drunken racegoer in a stakes on the 1999 Preakness Stakes (gr. I) undercard, died Jan. 8 in an equine hospital in Brazil, because of complications from colic.

  • Gloria de Campeao (yellow cap) won the 2010 Dubai World Cup by a nose.

    Dubai World Cup Winner Retired

    Gloria de Campeao, who won the world's richest race when he beat 13 rivals in this year's $10 million Dubai World Cup Sponsored by Emirates Airline (UAE-I), has been retired from racing after suffering a tendon injury.

  • Siphon Sold to Brazil

    Siphon, a Brazilian group I winner who stands at stud in Pennsylvania, is scheduled to be returned to his native Brazil for stallion duty following the Northern Hemisphere breeding season.

  • Exchange Rate to Shuttle to Argentina

    Exchange Rate, along with Good Reward and Point Given, will shuttle to South America for the 2009 Southern Hemisphere breeding season.

  • Pioneering to Brazil

    Pioneering, a half-brother to two-time leading sire Storm Cat, might be headed to Brazil to continue his stallion career.

  • Artax to Stand in Brazil

    Artax, champion sprinter of 1999, will stand the Southern Hemisphere breeding season at Dr. Adriano Quadros' Haras Henrique Waihrich in Brazil.

  • Silent Name to Shuttle to Brazil

    Frank Stronach's Adena Springs Farm announced that grade II winner Silent Name will stand the Southern Hemisphere breeding season at Haras Ponta Pora in Brazil.

  • Elusive Quality

    Elusive Quality to Shuttle to Brazil

    Elusive Quality, North America's leading sire the year his son Smarty Jones won the 2004 Kentucky Derby (gr. I) and Preakness Stakes (gr. I), will to shuttle to Stud TNT in Brazil.

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    Double Trouble Retired

    Grade I-winning distaffer Double Trouble has been retired from racing and is booked to Unbridled's Song.

  • Val Royal, winner of the 2001 Breeders' Cup Mile (gr. IT)

    Val Royal, BC Winner, Dead

    Shuttle stallion Val Royal, who won the 2001 Breeders' Cup Mile (gr. IT), has died from internal hemorrhaging in Brazil.

  • Paulo Lobo, trainer of Gayego

    Paulo Lobo: The Traveling Man

    While Arkansas Derby (gr. II) winner Gayego settles into his temporary home at Churchill Downs in advance of the May 3 Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (gr. I), his trainer, Paulo Lobo, is logging some serious frequent flyer miles between Louisville and his base in California.

  • Einstein's pedigree has dominant Brazil-based sires on both sides.<br><a target="blank" href="http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/photo-store?ref=http%3A%2F%2Fpictopia.com%2Fperl%2Fgal%3Fprovider_id%3D368%26ptp_photo_id%3D3655479%26ref%3Dstory">Order This Photo</a>

    Top Brazilian Sires Run in Einstein

    MAHUBAH'S CORNER, by Avalyn Hunter <P> Einstein, the winner of three graded turf stakes, is from the second-to-last crop of 1985 Horse of the Year Spend a Buck, whose dominant stud career in South America is in sharp contrast to his performance in the United States. And though the 6-year-old horse is the only winner out of his dam Gay Charm, her sire is Ghadeer, whose daughters also produced grade I winners Investor's Dream, Irish Lover, and Forever Buck (all by Spend a Buck).