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  • Dynaformer in the 1988 Jersey Derby.

    Slideshow: Dynaformer Retrospective

    Dynaformer sired 25 Grade I winners, 10 Grade II winners, 31 Grade III winners and numerous other stakes winners following his racing career.

  • 2010 Blue Grass winner Stately Victor is a half brother to Hip 1263, filly by Street Boss -- Collect the Cash, by Dynaformer.

    Hot Bloodlines at Keeneland for Rest of Sale

    While Book One of the 2013 Keeneland September sale concluded Sept. 12, the world's largest yearling sale will continue to offer youngsters from mares who have excelled on the track and as broodmares.

  • Stately Victor and Victor Lebron take the Ontario Derby.

    Stately Victor Earns Ontario Derby Crown

    Stately Victor, who took the Bluegrass Stakes (gr. I) in April before off-the-board finishes in the three off-the-board finishes, returned to the winner's circle in the Ontario Derby at Woodbine Sept. 25.

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    Stately Victor: a Blue Grass Surprise

    PORTER ON PEDIGREES, by Alan Porter<br />The first grade I winner sired by Ghostzapper - whose own pedigree is free of five-generation duplicated bloodlines - has an inbreeding pattern to the closely-inbred In Reality.

  • Golden Missile after crossing the finish line under Kent Desormeaux to win the Pimlico Special on May 13. Jerry Bailey will ride Golden Missile in the Breeders&#39; Cup Classic.

    Bailey To Ride Golden Missile in Classic

    Joe Orseno said Friday that Jerry Bailey will ride Golden Missile in the Breeders' Cup Classic (gr. I), replacing Kent Desormeaux, who also is the regular rider for Fusaichi Pegasus. Bailey also will ride Perfect Sting in the Filly & Mare Turf (gr. IT) and Macho Uno in the Juvenile (gr. I) for Orseno.

  • Keeneland Report: Sellers in Stakes Sweep

    More often than not, the best laid plans in the Thoroughbred game don't pan out, and even more unusual are plans gone awry that come to fruition. However, if you're jockey Shane Sellers, a whole weekend of plans for Keeneland's fall opener can come together as easy as (grade) one, two, three.