Keyword: Colonial Cup

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    Hall of Fame: McDynamo the Master

    Owner Michael Moran shares the story of champion steeplechaser McDynamo, who on Aug. 9 will be inducted into the National Museum of Racing & Hall of Fame in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

  • Good Night Shirt will try to stay perfect for the year in the Colonial Cup.

    Good Night Shirt After Perfect Season

    A second steeplechase Eclipse Award already wrapped up, Sonny Via's Good Night Shirt aims for perfection Nov. 16 when he starts as a heavy favorite in the $150,000 Colonial Cup (NSA-I) at historic Springdale Race Course in Camden, S.C.

  • On Sept. 13, Kentucky Downs will be the site of the kickoff of the autumn steeplechase season.

    Steeplechasing Racing Starts Sept. 13

    The National Steeplechase Association kicks off an autumn racing season worth $2.3 million Saturday, Sept. 13, at Kentucky Downs in Franklin, Ky.

  • Good Night Shirt Wins Colonial Cup

    Sonny Via's Good Night Shirt summoned bottomless stamina and courage late to win the Colonial Cup Steeplechase (NSA-I) at Springdale Race Course in South Carolina Nov. 18 and most likely clinched the 2007 Eclipse Award as champion steeplechaser.

  • McDynamo will try for a fourth Colonial Cup victory Nov. 18.

    Amazing McDynamo Eyes Another Title

    Michael Moran's McDynamo will look to add to his already spectacular career Nov. 18 when he tries for his third consecutive title in the $150,000 Marion DuPont Scott Colonial Cup Steeplechase Handicap (NSA-I) at Springdale Race Course in Camden, S.C.

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    Hall of Fame Steeplechaser Zaccio Dead

    Zaccio, winner of three consecutive Eclipse Awards as champion steeplechaser and a member of racing's Hall of Fame, was euthanized Sept. 19 because of complications from the infirmities of old age.

  • McDynamo, Hirapour Meet Again In Colonial Cup

    Steeplechase champions McDynamo and Hirapour will meet for the sixth time in Sunday's Colonial Cup, the final grade I steeplechase of the 2006 season. They top a field of eight entered for the $150,000 race, which heads an eight-race card at Springdale Race Course in Camden, S.C. Post time for the first race is 11:45 a.m.

  • McDynamo, Hirapour Meet Again In Colonial Cup

    Steeplechase champions McDynamo and Hirapour will meet for the sixth time in Sunday's Colonial Cup, the final grade I steeplechase of the 2006 season. They top a field of eight entered for the $150,000 race, which heads an eight-race card at Springdale Race Course in Camden, S.C. Post time for the first race is 11:45 a.m.

  • Champion stepplechaser Hirapour being treated for bone chips.

    Hirapour May Return for Breeders' Cup 'Chase

    Eldon Farm's Hirapour, the 2004 Eclipse Award winner as champion steeplechaser and a grade II winner this summer, will undergo a new treatment for a bone chip in his left ankle in hopes of racing this fall in the Breeders' Cup Steeplechase and the Colonial Cup (both NSA-I).

  • Champion Jump Jockey Jody Petty Injured

    Jody Petty, the 2005 National Steeplechase Association champion jockey, emerged from a fall at the March 5 Little Everglades Steeplechase in Dade City, Fla. with four broken ribs and a ruptured spleen.

  • Hirapour, McDynamo to Settle 2005 'Chase Title

    Hirapour and McDynamo, the last two American steeplechase champions, meet Saturday to decide the 2005 title winner, headlining a field of nine in the $150,000 Colonial Cup (NSA-I) at Springdale Race Course in Camden, S.C.

  • Eclipse Champs Aim For Grade I At Keeneland

    The April 22 Royal Chase at Keeneland (NSA-I) drew nominations from previous Eclipse Award winners Hirapour and McDynamo. Both horses are also prior winners of the $150,000 Royal Chase, the second-richest race on the National Steeplechase Association calendar.

  • Hirapour Closes in On Eclipse With Cup Win

    Matt McCarron rallied Eldon Farm Racing Stable's steeplechase star Hirapour through the stretch to win the $100,000 Marion du Pont Scott Colonial Cup (NSA-I) at Springdale Race Course in course record time Sunday.

  • McDynamo Heads Steeplechase Field

    Heavy favorite for the steeplechase Eclipse Award, Michael Moran's McDynamo will try to extend his winning streak to five in Sunday's season-ending Colonial Cup (Gr. I) at Springdale Race Course in Camden, S.C.

  • Flat Top Wins Colonial Cup Steeplechase

    Nancy Gerry's Flat Top slammed the door shut on a<br>steeplechase championship with a game victory over Tres Touche in Sunday's $100,000 Marion du Pont Scott Colonial Cup (gr. I) at Springdale Race Course in Camden, S.C.

  • Eclipse Could Be On the Line in Sunday's Colonial Cup

    Sunday's grade I steeplechase the Colonial Cup has 11 entries, including the four leading candidates for the 2002 Eclipse in this category: All Gong, Flat Top, It's a Giggle, and Tres Touche. After the race, a new award will be given in honor of Lonesome Glory.

  • Rider Gus Brown guides Lord Zada to victory in the Colonial Cup.

    Lord Zada Wins Colonial Cup by 15 1/2 Lengths

    Lord Zada ran off with the 32nd running of the $100,000 Colonial Cup steeplechase on Sunday. It was Lord Zada's initial Grade I steeplechase victory. He became the seventh to win an open grade I steeplechase race in as many races this year. Defending Eclipse Award champion, All Gong, finished second for the fifth time in his six starts over jumps.

  • It&#39;s a Giggle, among 11 in Colonial Cup.

    Quel Senor, 10 Others Vie in Colonial Cup

    Breeders' Cup Steeplechase winner Quel Senor tries to solidify his championship hopes with a win in Sunday's $100,000 Colonial Cup, the final National Steeplechase Association grade I race of the 2001 season.

  • Eclipse Award winner All Gong among those seeking Colonial Cup.

    Colonial Cup to Determine Steeplechase Champion

    Like it has since it was created in 1970, the Colonial Cup will help determine the steeplechase Eclipse Award. The $100,000 stakes, to be run Nov. 18 in Camden, S.C., attracted 11 nominations including most of the major contenders for the year-end championship.