Keyword: Crestwood

  • Taste of Paradise Sires First Winner

    Grade I winner Taste of Paradise was represented by his first winner when his son Justamatteroftime scored by 7 1/4 lengths Sept. 9 at Presque Isle Downs.

  • Petionville Relocated to Margaux

    Petionville, whose runners have earned $24 million, arrived March 19 for stallion duty at Margaux Farm near Midway, Ky.

  • Noble Causeway Sires First Foal

    The first foal by grade I stakes-placed Noble Causeway is a filly born Jan. 18 at Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Riggio's My Meadowview near Water Mill, N.Y.

  • Champion Xtra Heat, daughter of Begin.

    Begin, Dam of Xtra Heat, Dead

    Begin, dam of 2001 champion Xtra Heat, was euthanized Jan. 14 at Pope McLean's Crestwood Farm near Lexington.

  • Unbridled Energy

    Unbridled Energy's First Foal

    The first reported foal by grade II winner Unbridled Energy's is a filly born Jan. 21 at David Hager's Idle Hour Farm near Paris, Ky.

  • Kipling to Stand at Crestwood

    Kipling, sire of this year's NetJets Breeders' Cup Mile (gr. IT) winner Kip Deville, will stand at Pope McLean's Crestwood Farm near Lexington.

  • Explicit to Winsome Acres

    Grade II winner Explicit has been moved to Winsome Acres near Sylvan Lake, Alberta, Canada.

  • Unbridled Energy to Crestwood

    Unbridled Energy, a multiple graded winner by Unbridled's Song, has been retired from racing and will enter stud at Pope McLean's Crestwood Farm near Lexington for a fee of $10,000.

  • Crestwood's Castledale to Shuttle to New Zealand

    Grade I winner Castledale, who is gearing up for his first season at Pope McLean's Crestwood Farm near Lexington, will shuttle to Wayne and Alison Larsen's Te Runga Stud near Auckland in New Zealand.

  • Grade I Winner Taste of Paradise to Crestwood

    Grade I winner and millionaire Taste of Paradise, who came close to winning the TVG Breeders' Cup Sprint (gr. I) at Belmont Park, will enter stud at Pope McLean's Crestwood Farm near Lexington.

  • Storms Rattle Central Kentucky Horse Farms

    Darby Dan Farm was left without power or telephone service Friday morning because of an overnight storm that ripped roofs off houses and damaged homes in Central Kentucky, but most Bluegrass horse farms appear to have emerged relatively unscathed.

  • Breeding Sheds All Set to Rally

    So far it looks as if many Kentucky breeding sheds will stay open as long as they have clients who want to book their mares...or until the stallions must head into quarantine for trips to Southern Hemisphere locations.