Keyword: Dylan Thomas

  • Dylan Mouth Digs In for Premio Roma Win

    Dylan Mouth turned back a strong bid from stablemate Circus Couture and held on for a narrow victory in the Premio Roma GBI Racing (Ity-I) Nov. 8 at Capannelle Racecourse in Rome.

  • Dylan Mouth Stays Perfect in Italy

    Dylan Mouth overwhelmed rivals in the Gran Premio Milano (Ity-I) June 7 at San Siro, winning by five lengths for his eighth win from as many starts in Italy.

  • Tannery wins the E.P. Taylor Stakes.

    Late-Running Tannery Takes E.P. Taylor Stakes

    Favored Tannery, overcoming her far outside post, rallied from last to capture the E.P. Taylor Stakes (Can-IT) by the skin of her teeth in a head-and-head battle with French invader Fitful Skies at Woodbine Oct. 27.

  • Irish Mission

    Champion Irish Mission Targets E.P. Taylor

    After a pair of starts against males in graded stakes, Canadian classic winner Irish Mission is entered to face other top turf females in the $500,000 E.P. Taylor Stakes (Can-IT) Oct. 27 on the Woodbine turf.

  • Homecoming Queen Wires One Thousand Guineas

    A day after winning the Qipco Two Thousand Guineas (Eng-I), Irish trainer Aidan O'Brien returned to Newmarket to capture the filly equivalent with Homecoming Queen, a nine-length surprise winner May 6.

  • Earle I. Mack

    Mack Purchases Deauville Session Topper

    The former U.S. Ambassador to Finland and philanthropist, buying in the name of Citywest, paid 195,000 euros ($272,491 in U.S. funds) for a Dylan Thomas colt, which is a member of his sire's first crop.

  • Sarissa Tops Arqana February Mixed Sale

    Sarissa, a 12-year-old Diesis - Wonderous Minstrel mare, brought the top price of 32,000 euros (approximately $40,489 in U.S. funds) during the Arqana February mixed sale at Deauville in France. French agent Abeth Mussat purchased her from Haras d'Etreham. Sarissa, who is in foal to Dylan Thomas, has produced two winners in Japan, Rock of Sarissa (by Rock of Gibraltar) and Loulan Reverse (by Montjeu).

  • Private Fee for Galileo at Coolmore

    Prominent European sire Galileo, who underwent colic surgery in September, will stand for a private fee in 2009 at John Magnier and partners' Coolmore Stud in Ireland.

  • Lion Heart is one of several U.S. based stallions that shuttle to Australia for the 2008 breeding season.

    Coolmore's 2008 Fees Set

    It is little wonder the Australian-bred galloper is gaining credibility all over the world. This fact was confirmed yet again by Coolmore announcing its stunning roster of stallions to stand down under in 2008.

  • Coolmore stallions Dylan Thomas (IRE) (above) and Excellent Art (GB) will shuttle to Australia in July for the southern hemisphere breeding season.

    Coolmore Adds Two to Australian Roster

    Now that Equine Influenza has been trampled out of Australia, experts and breeders alike are predicting the broodmare owners of Australia will hit the stallion farms en masse. This follows the drama of last season where broodmare coverings were down 17% across Australia.

  • Hawkes Bay Gets Hong Kong Invite

    The Hong Kong Jockey Club extended a late invitation Nov. 25 to connections of Hawkes Bay to join a star-studded international lineup in the HK$14-million Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Vase (HKgr.I) at Sha Tin Racecourse Dec. 9.

  • Dylan Thomas is out of the Nov. 25 Japan Cup (Jpn-I) due to a non-negative EVA test.

    Dylan Thomas Out of Japan Cup

    Dylan Thomas, who was recently named Cartier Horse of the Year and top older horse in Europe, is no longer a contender for the Nov. 25 Japan Cup (Jpn-I) due to not testing negative for equine viral arteritis.

  • Dylan Thomas was named 2007 Cartier Horse of the Year.

    Dylan Thomas Gets Cartier Award

    Dylan Thomas was named Cartier Horse of the Year and top older horse at the 2007 Cartier Racing Awards, presented in the ballroom of the Four Seasons Hotel in London's Mayfair Nov. 14.

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    English Channel Breaks Through in Turf

    English Channel pulled away from a tight pack coming out of the final turn and exploded through the stretch to win his first $3 million John Deere Breeders' Cup Turf (gr. IT) in three tries, beating a field that included European star Dylan Thomas.

  • Europeans on Turf Course: So Far, So Good

    European jockeys and trainers who ventured onto the turf course at Monmouth Park the morning of Oct. 26 were surprised at its resilience. The lack of rain overnight, despite a two-day drenching, allowed the course to recover to good from yielding.

  • Johnny Murtagh

    Murtagh Muses on His Breeders' Cup Chances

    The Europeans felt more at home around the Monmouth Park quarantine barn the morning of Oct. 24, thanks to the clouds and rain that became heavy at times. None of the British or Irish trainers with Breeders' Cup runners had arrived, so leading Irish jockey Johnny Murtagh held center stage. He has four excellent rides in the 11 Breeders' Cup races Friday and Saturday.

  • Dylan Thomas

    Dylan Thomas to Stand at Coolmore in 2008

    Dylan Thomas, who won the Oct. 7 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe Lucien Barriere (Fr-I) and is entered in the John Deere Breeders' Cup Turf (gr. IT), will retire to Coolmore Stud in Ireland before the end of the year.

  • Europe's top older horse Dylan Thomas has been nominated to a pair of races for this year's Cathay Pacific International Races in December.

    Dylan Thomas, Miss Andretti Lead Cathay Nominations

    The numbers may be down, but the quality is higher than ever for this year's Cathay Pacific International Races in Hong Kong in December, with Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe Lucien Barriere (Fr-I) winner Dylan Thomas and runaway Global Sprint Challenge (Jpn-I) victor Miss Andretti leading an all-star nomination list.

  • Monmouth Park will host the Breeders' Cup for the first time in its history.

    Year of Firsts For Breeders' Cup

    The eyes of the horse racing world are squarely fixed on next week's Breeders' Cup, with a total of 160 pre-entries (141 individual horses, 19 cross-entered) for 11 races. It will be a year of many firsts for the World Championships.

  • Dylan Thomas took the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe (Fra-gr.IT) as a prelude to his Breeders' Cup start.

    O'Brien Likely to Have Pair of Breeders' Cup Starters

    Aidan O'Brien, who has been a dominant force in the Breeders' Cup World Championships, likely will have only two starters in this year's event, but they will be a formidable pair. O'Brien will send out Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe (Fra-I) winner Dylan Thomas in the John Deere Breeders' Cup Turf (gr. IT) and Excellent Art in the NetJets Mile (gr. IT).

  • Dylan Thomas wins disputed victory in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe.

    Dylan Thomas Survives Inquiry, Wins Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe

    After a tense 20-minute stewards' inquiry into the result of the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe Lucien Barriere (Fr-I), the order of finish stood and Dylan Thomas officially won the 10th race of his 18-start career and sixth at the group I level.

  • Dylan Thomas wins disputed victory in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe.

    Dylan Thomas Survives Inquiry to Win 'Arc' in France

    After a tense 20-minute stewards' inquiry into the result of the Oct. 7 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe Lucien Barriere (Fr-I) at Longchamp in France, the order of finish stood and Dylan Thomas officially won the 10th race of his 18-start career and sixth at the group I level.

  • Countdown to the Cup: Nothing Now but the Waiting

    The stars will be shining down on Louisville, Ky. on Nov. 4, but many of the brightest ones will not even show up until the middle of Breeders' Cup week. As a result, several New York-based journalists, and one Jerseyite, have changed plans and will inhabit the Big Apple until the big guns complete their serious training.

  • Dylan Thomas Out of Breeders' Cup; Ouija Board to Skip Champion Stakes

    Ballydoyle-trained stars Dylan Thomas and Alexandrova will not compete in the Breeders' Cup World Championships, trainer Aidan O'Brien told the <i>Racing Post</i> Oct. 12. In another development, Ouija Board will pass the Champion Stakes (Eng-I) Oct. 14 and point for the Emirates Airline Breeders'Cup Filly & Mare Turf (gr. IT).

  • Bernardini Faces Elders for First Time in JCGC

    The 88th running of the $750,000 Jockey Club Gold Cup (gr. I) is a key match up between one of America's best 3-year-olds, Bernardini, and arguably Europe's best 3-year-old, Dylan Thomas.

  • JC Gold Cup Day Grade I Nominations Released

    Nominations have been released for the Oct. 7 program at Belmont Park, the biggest day of the Belmont Fall Championship Meet with five grade I races. The card is highlighted by the $750,000 Jockey Club Gold Cup.

  • Aidan O&#39;Brien, trains Dylan Thomas.

    Countdown to the Cup: No Doubting Thomas

    The wheels have been turning at Ballydoyle. The decision to send group I Irish Derby and Irish Champion winner Dylan Thomas to Belmont for the Jockey Club Gold Cup (gr. I) is a departure from their normal strategy. But they have done it before, and it is understandable why they would want to try a different approach

  • Irish Derby Winner Dylan Thomas to Run in JC Gold Cup

    The war between Coolmore and the Maktoums that was evident at the recent Keeneland September yearling sale is expected to move north on Oct. 7 when Susan Magnier's Dylan Thomas squares off against Darley Stable's Bernardini and Shadwell Farm's Invasor in the $1-million Jockey Club Gold Cup (gr. I).