Keyword: Edward Evans

  • Withallprobability and Daughter Die

    Graded stakes winner and stakes producer Withallprobability and her grade III-winning daughter With Ability died last month. Both were owned by Edward Evans Spring Hill Farm, near Casanova, Va.

  • Newly-retired Summer Colony winning the Molly Pitcher Breeders' Cup Handicap this past June.

    Millionaires Summer Colony, Affluent Retired

    Edward P. Evans' homebred millionaire Summer Colony, the first and one of two horses to beat Azeri, has arrived at her owner's Spring Hill Farm near Casanova, Va., following her retirement.

  • Gold Mover edges out Seeking It All in the 2000 Schuylerville Stakes.

    Millionaire Gold Mover Retired

    Edward Evans' homebred millionaire Gold Mover has arrived home at her owner's Spring Hill Farm near Casanova, Va., following her retirement from racing.

  • Grade II Winner Seeking Daylight Retired

    Edward Evans' homebred grade II winner Seeking Daylight has been retired from racing and will be sent from trainer Mark Hennig's New York barn to the owner's Spring Hill Farm near Casanova, Va.

  • Summer Colony Returns in Pimlico Breeders' Cup Distaff

    Pimlico will kick off a stretch of four added-money events on Friday with the 8 1/2-furlong Pimlico Breeders' Cup Distaff Handicap (gr. III). The field is seven strong and includes grade I winner Summer Colony, who has not started since last year's Breeders' Cup Distaff (gr. I), and Smok'n Frolic, who ranks ninth in earnings among all North American-based horses.

  • Halo Homewrecker Breaks Up Bay Shore

    Edward P. Evans' homebred Halo Homewrecker edged past pacesetting Don Six in mid-stretch and held on for a one-length victory in the $150,000 Bay Shore Stakes (gr. III) for 3-year-olds at muddy Aqueduct Park.

  • Cat's At Home to Windfields

    Grade II winner Cat's At Home will enter stud at Windfields Farm near Oshawa, Ontario, Canada

  • Snake Mountain, Voodoo Favored in Aqueduct

    Snake Mountain and Voodoo, two horses trained by Jimmy Jerkens, figure to be the favored betting interest in Saturday's $100, Aqueduct Handicap (gr. III), a 1 1/16-mile race of importance on the national racing scene.

  • Salzman Production in Cowdin Sunday

    On Sunday, John Salzman, trainer of Xtra Heat, will be represented in Grade 3, $100,000-added Cowdin, this time by a colt named Run Production.

  • Carson Hollow Faces Gold Mover in Floral Park

    Carson Hollow, a 3-year-old making her first start since suffering a defeat to You by a nose in Saratoga's Test (gr. I), takes on Gold Mover, one of the nation's top older female sprinters, in the $100,000 Floral Park (gr. III) Saturday at Belmont Park.

  • Carson Hollow Faces Gold Mover in Floral Park

    Carson Hollow, a 3-year-old making her first start since suffering a defeat to You by a nose in Saratoga's Test (gr. I), takes on Gold Mover, one of the nation's top older female sprinters, in the $100,000 Floral Park (gr. III) Saturday at Belmont Park.

  • Saratoga Special winner Zavata tops Hopeful Stakes field.

    Zavata the Heavy in 98th Hopeful

    Zavata established himself as the horse to beat in the Hopeful with powerful victories in Belmont's Tremont (gr. III) and the Saratoga Special (gr. II). He will seek to become the fourth consecutive favorite to win Saratoga's most prized race for 2-year-olds.

  • Summer Colony rolls to victory in the Personal Ensign.

    Summer Colony Eases to Personal Ensign Victory

    Summer Colony was pressed through the early and middle stages of the Personal Ensign Handicap (gr. I) Friday at Saratoga, but it didn't faze her at all as she drew off to an authoritative victory.

  • Raging Fever Fresh and Dangerous for Sunday's Ballerina

    When Mark Hennig gives jockey John Velazquez a leg up on Raging Fever in Sunday's $250,000 Ballerina (gr. I), the duo, along with owner Edward Evans could be nearing the end of an unforgettable Saratoga weekend.

  • Raging Fever, winning the First Lady Handicap at Gulfstream Park.

    Raging Fever and Cat Cay Renew Rivalry at Big A

    Raging Fever and Cat Cay meet in the rubber match of their freshly minted rivalry Saturday when they square off in the $150,000 Distaff Breeders' Cup (gr. II) at Aqueduct.

  • Raging Fever Heads Adirondack Field

    Raging Fever, one of several fast juvenile fillies owned by Edward Evans, heads a field of six 2-year-old fillies entered in the 6 1/2-furlong Adirondack Stakes (gr. II) Monday at Saratoga.