Keyword: breeders' cup world Thoroughbred championship

  • Texas Celebrates Breeders' Cup with FanFest

    "FanFest" is well underway in Grand Prairie, Texas as race fans gear up for the sold-out Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championship Oct. 30. FanFest, presented by the Grand Prairie Breeders' Cup Committee and sanctioned by the Breeders' Cup, is a month-long event featuring celebrity appearances, musical performances, sporting events, and charity auctions surrounding daily racing at Lone Star Park.

  • Santa Anita-placed winner Katdogawn (pink) eyeing start in FM Turf.

    Katdogawn Could be Breeders' Cup Bound

    Multiple grade II winner Katdogawn, getting ready for a possible start in the Breeders' Cup Filly and Mare Turf (gr. IT), worked five furlongs in :59 3/5 under jockey Kent Desormeaux at Santa Anita Wednesday morning.

  • Jockey Championship Moves to October

    Lone Star Park has moved the Jockey Championship from June to October, so this year the event will serve as a lead-in to the Breeders' Cup.

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    Breeders' Cup Sues JMG Over Jockey Advertising

    Breeders' Cup Limited filed a complaint in Los Angeles County Superior Court Oct. 3 seeking to restrain Jockeys International Management Group (JMG) from entering agreements for the display of advertising on jockeys apparel for the Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championship races on Oct. 25 at Santa Anita.

  • On the Other Hand

    <i>Bob Kieckhefer</i> -- Illinois racing. It's hard to figure out where to start thinking about the current state of affairs. Harder yet to figure out where things are going.

  • Breeders&#39; Cup president D. G. Van Clief Jr., left, shakes hands with Arlington Park chairman Richard Duchossois.

    2002 Breeders' Cup to Arlington Park; Distances of Two Races May Change

    The Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championship races will make their first appearance in the nation's third-largest market -- at Arlington Park, northwest of Chicago -- on Oct. 26, 2002. After months of complex negotiations, Breeders' Cup Limited, the National Thoroughbred Racing Association and Churchill Downs, Inc., parent company of Arlington, announced the deal Monday.