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  • Castle Gandolfo Dies in Chile

    Castle Gandolfo, who shuttled to Haras Mocito Guapo in Chile, died Sept. 5 in a breeding shed accident.

  • Castle Gandolfo to Stand at Walmac

    Castle Gandolfo, a group III stakes winner who was also twice group I stakes placed, will enter stud this year at John T.L. Jones' Walmac International near Lexington. He will stand for $6,000.

  • Castle Gandolfo, Galileo Sibling Entered in Sunday's French Derby

    Trainer Aidan O'Brien entered four horses to run in Sunday's Prix du Jockey Club -- French Derby (Fr-I) at Chantilly, including Kentucky Derby (gr. I) participant Castle Gandolfo and Black Sam Bellamy, a full brother of Epsom and Irish Derby winner Galileo.

  • Coolmore Horses Fly Back to Ireland

    Johannesburg and Castle Gandolfo, the respective eighth- and 12th-place finishers in Saturday's Kentucky Derby, left Churchill Downs early Sunday morning to be flown back to Ireland.

  • Fosters-International Third Dupont Wins Italian 2,000 Guineas

    With Dupont's desperate nose-length win in Wednesday's Premio Parioli--Italian Two Thousand Guineas at the Campanelle, both the second- and third-place finishers from the Fosters-International Trial Stakes have returned to post a victory in their next start. The Fosters-International winner Castle Gandolfo will make his next start in Saturday's Kentucky Derby.

  • Johannesburg, Castle Gandolfo Arrive in Lexington

    Johannesburg and Castle Gandolfo finally arrived in Kentucky on Tuesday. The horses stepped off a chartered plane and on to a partitioned ramp at Blue Grass Airport about 6:10 p.m. EDT, and were immediately loaded into a horse van for the short drive to a quarantine barn at Keeneland.

  • Italian Guineas May Shed Light on Castle Gandolfo's Form

    One sign that this year's Kentucky Derby (gr. I) is a wide-open affair is that an Italian group II race may have some impact on how handicappers decipher the race. Dupont, third to Kentucky Derby hopeful Castle Gandolfo, will make his next start in Wednesday's Premio Parioli--Italian Two Thousand Guineas (Ity-II).

  • Castle Gandolfo Wins Fosters-International

    Any questions regarding Castle Gandolfo's ability to handle the dirt were answered Saturday, as the son of Gone West drew off to a decisive 2 1/2-length victory in the Fosters-International Trial Stakes over the all-weather polytrack surface at Lingfield.

  • Castle Gandolfo Wins Possible Derby Prep by 2 1/2 Lengths

    Mrs. John Magnier's Castle Gandolfo raced four-wide while in fifth-place heading into the stretch before rallying under Michael Kinane to win the Fosters-International Trial Stakes on the all-weather course at Lingfield Saturday.

  • Champion Johannesburg, who makes his 2002 debut Saturday.

    Johannesburg to Face 16 in Fosters-International

    Johannesburg will not be lacking for company in Saturday's Fosters-International Trial Stakes on the all-weather track at Lingfield, England. Seventeen 3-year-olds, including seven trained by Aidan O'Brien, have been entered for the one-mile race,.

  • O'Brien Continues Domination In Europe

    Trainer Aidan O'Brien, who got his first Breeders' Cup win this year with Johannesburg in the Juvenile, continued his dominance over European racing when three horses from his stable ran 1-2-3 in Tuesday's Grand Criterium de Saint-Cloud (Fr-I) in Paris, France.