Keyword: Denali Stud

  • Team Valor, Denali Stud in Partnership

    Team Valor and Denali Stud have formed a strategic alliance that, among other things, will allow the international racing stable to use the Kentucky breeding farm and consignor as its exclusive boarding and sales agent.

  • Playa Maya, hip 122, at the Fasig-Tipton November sale.

    Uncle Mo's Dam Goes for $1.65 Million

    Playa Maya, the dam of 2010 Grey Goose Breeders' Cup Juvenile (gr. I) winner Uncle Mo, sold for $1.65 million during the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky November breeding stock auction in Lexington.

  • Yearling Conformation

    A three-part series featuring a panel of breeding professionals discussing the ins and outs of yearling selection with <i>The Blood-Horse</i>'s Dan Liebman.

  • Tom Thornbury, Keeneland&#39;s associate director of sales.

    Keeneland Jan. Sale Could Be 'Pretty Decent'

    Breeders and consignors saw a little light at the end of a long, dark financial tunnel during last November's Keeneland sale, and they're hoping the glimmer will get a little brighter during Keeneland's January auction.

  • Keeneland Books 3 & 4: Less Is...Less

    The "blowback" moment came during Books One and Two of Keeneland's September yearling sale. Friday, Sept. 18, offered a bit of a respite, but consignors were busy sizing up the market and showing yearlings from Saturday and Sunday's Book Three.

  • Hip No. 27, a colt by Storm Cat, went for $450,000 at the Keeneland September Sale.

    'Bargain' Storm Cat Colt Brings $450,000

    Calling it a bargain, Wyoming horse owner William J. Sims went to $450,000 to acquire a colt by Storm Cat to highlight the early portion of the Keeneland September yearling sale Sept. 14.

  • Saratoga Strange: Filly's Buyer Flees

    "I've never seen anything like this," said Holly Bandoroff of Denali Stud of a bizarre incident that involved a well-bred dark bay or brown filly, a bald man in a plaid shirt, at least three Fasig-Tipton officials, and several policemen during the second and final session of the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga select yearling sale in New York Aug. 11.

  • Denali Stud to Launch Bloodstock Division

    Denali Stud president Craig Bandoroff announced July 23 that the farm is launching a bloodstock division, to be headed by Brian Collins. Collins will work toward developing Denali's clientele and will assist the farm's clients in all aspects of the Thoroughbred business.

  • Craig Bandoroff

    Bandoroff, Collins: 2009 Will Be Tough

    What will the yearling selling season of 2009 be like? A story with comments from a variety of auction participants appeared in the June 27 edition of The Blood-Horse and also was published on the magazine's Web site: www.bloodhorse.com. Now, two more people, Lincoln Collins and Craig Bandoroff, weigh in on the subject.

  • Storm Cat

    First From Storm Cat's Final Crop Foaled

    The first of only three possible foals from legendary sire Storm Cat's last crop was foaled Feb. 3. The bay filly out of Earle I. Mack's mare Western Princess was foaled at Denali Stud near Lexington.

  • Elusive Diva, hip No. 9, in the ring at Keeneland Jan. 12

    'Diva' Brings $825,000 at Keeneland

    Elusive Diva, a grade III winner on turf and dirt, provided a bright spot early in the Keeneland January horses of all ages sale in Lexington, bringing $825,000 as hip No. 9 Jan. 12.

  • Three Chimneys RNA Sale Set for Sept. 12

    Three Chimneys, along with consignors Blackburn Farm, Brookdale Farm, Denali Stud, and Middlebrook Farm, will again host its annual September RNA Showcase sale Sept. 12 from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. (EDT).

  • Yearling are inspected by potential buyers at Saratoga.

    Average Up, Buy-Backs High for NY Sale

    The Fasig-Tipton New York-bred preferred sale opened with mixed results Aug. 9. The average rose 19.4% and the median jumped 40%, but more than half the horses offered went unsold.

  • Data Digest: FT Saratoga Preferred

    The Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Preferred Yearling 2008 Data Digest Preview Edition is a FREE download, presented by Denali Stud! An in-depth preview of the upcoming auction.

  • An amendment for the Kentucky casino bill failed to pass out of committee Feb. 26.

    KY Casino Bill Fails to Pass

    A Kentucky casino proposal continues to sit on Capitol Hill in Frankfort, as a bill for a constitutional amendment failed to pass out of committee Feb. 26.

  • Countess Gold, the dam of European group II winner Strike the Deal, was the session&#39;s most expensive horse, selling for $850,000.

    Results Mixed at Keeneland

    The fourth session of the Keeneland November breeding stock sale produced mixed results, but the cumulative gross revenue and average price continued to remain well ahead of last year's pace in Lexington.

  • 'Bumper Stickers' Delivering Sales Information

    Bumper stickers are a time-honored way for drivers to communicate feelings to motorists, but Taylor Made Sales has recently been using its own variation of sticky notes to convey catalog updates to potential buyers.

  • Bush Named Farm Manager at Denali

    Gary Bush, who recently resigned as general manager at WinStar Farm, has been named manager of Craig Bandoroff's Denali Stud near Paris, Ky.

  • Keeneland: One More Day to Go

    The penultimate session of the 2005 Keeneland September yearling sale ended Sunday with both average prices and the total gross down slightly --while the median stayed the same and the buyback rate improved-- from last year's figures for the same day.

  • Keeneland's Fourth Session Holds Its Own

    The fourth session of the Keeneland November breeding stock sale saw the prices of first three days come down slightly from the stratosphere. However the final figures show a market strength that continues to impress industry insiders.

  • Santa Catarina, brought $4.8 million at Keeneland&#39;s Tuesday session.

    'Young and Beautiful' Mares Boost Keeneland's Second Session

    Strong demand for young mares, especially those from the highly successful racing and breeding program of Bob and Beverly Lewis and from the dissolution of the breeding partnership of Stone Farm and Stonerside Stable, boosted Tuesday's second session of Keeneland's November breeding stock sale.

  • Serena's Song Foals Storm Cat Colt

    Robert and Beverly Lewis' champion Serena's Song produced a Storm Cat colt Feb. 27 at Craig and Polly Bandoroff's Denali Stud near Paris, Ky.

  • Santa Catarina, now retired.

    Grade II Winner Santa Catarina Retired

    Santa Catarina, winner of last year's Hollywood Oaks (gr. II) and runner-up in the Kentucky Oaks (gr. I), has been retired by owners Bob and Beverly Lewis after recently suffering an injury while training.

  • Farm Manager Mark Rhodus Dead

    Mark Rhodus, former farm manager of Craig and Holly Bandoroff's Denali Stud near Paris, Ky., died Sept. 26 in Lexington.

  • Danzig colt, topped Monday&#39;s Keeneland sale session.

    Keeneland Sale: Speed from the Gate

    Keeneland's September yearling sale broke out of the starting gate running hard. Nearly every key business figure sprinted ahead of last year's pace on Sept. 8 during the first of the auction's two select sessions.

  • M & M Racing Buys Menifee Colt at Keeneland

    M & M Racing paid a top price of $120,000 for a colt from the first crop of Menifee during Wednesday's session of Keeneland's September Yearling Sale.