Keyword: Elkhorn

  • Keeneland

    Keeneland Schedules 16 Stakes for Spring

    Sixteen stakes worth a total of $3.725 million, boosted by purse increases for the Beaumont Presented by Keeneland Select (gr. II) and Elkhorn (gr. IIT), headline Keeneland's 2014 spring race meet, to be held April 4-25.

  • Musketier, who won the 2011 Singspiel, tries for a repeat in 2012.

    Attfield Duo Heads Singspiel Stakes

    Hall of Fame trainer has 2009 and 2011 Singspiel Stakes (Can-IIIT) winner Musketier and recent Louisville Handicap (gr. IIIT) victor Simmard for the 1 1/2-mile test on Queen's Plate undercard.

  • Musketier

    Musketier Tries for Elkhorn Three-peat

    Musketier, a 10-year-old veteran with 45 starts in his remarkable career, will bid for his third consecutive win in the $150,000 Elkhorn Stakes (gr. III) April 27 on closing day at Keeneland.

  • Spice Route shows the way in the Elkhorn.

    Spice Route Finds His Way in Elkhorn

    Hall of Fame trainer Roger Attfield dominated the closing day feature at Keeneland, as his foreign-bred charges Spice Route and Musketier ran one-two in the $200,000 Fifth Third Elkhorn Stakes (gr. IIT) April 24 on the Haggin turf course.

  • Brass Hat

    Brass Hat Back For More in 2009

    After a disappointing 2008 campaign in which he went winless in five starts, trainer Buff Bradley thought the end may had finally come for 7-year-old Brass Hat, a fan favorite who had claimed seven stakes victories in his sensational career.

  • The popular gelding Brass Hat will make the 25th start of his career in the Louisville Handicap at Churchill Downs.

    Brass Hat to Run in Louisville 'Cap

    On May 24, while reporters trace the every move of Triple Crown contender Big Brown, a hard-knocking 7-year-old gelding will make the 25th start of his career in the $150,000 Louisville Handicap (gr. IIIT) at Churchill Downs. And although the racing industry looks to a 3-year-old runner to attract nationwide fans, the reality is that Fred Bradley's Brass Hat is an equally intriguing horse to follow.

  • Dancing Forever draws away in the Elkorn under Rene Douglas.

    Dancing Forever Wins Elkhorn by a Length

    Phipps Stable's Dancing Forever came three-wide into the final turn, collared Drilling for Oil mid-stretch, and hit the wire in front to take the Fifth Third Elkhorn (gr. IIT) by a length to close out the Keeneland fall meet stakes program.

  • Brass Hat will make the 24th start of his career in the Elkhorn Stakes at Keeneland April 25.

    Brass Hat Faces Full Elkhorn Field

    Fred Bradley's homebred Brass Hat will make the 24th start of his career in the $200,000 Fifth Third Elkhorn Stakes (gr. IIT) at Keeneland April 25, but he'll be up against a field of established turf contenders like morning line favorite Stream of Gold, second choice True Cause, Drilling for Oil, Dancing Forever, and Transduction Gold.

  • Epicentre Rumbles to Elkhorn Victory

    Long-distance specialist Epicentre emerged from the pack to take the lead in midstretch en route to a decisive victory in the $150,000 Elkhorn Stakes (gr. IIIT) as Keeneland closed its record-breaking 15-day spring meeting Friday.

  • Elkhorn Draws Top Field Of Marathon Specialists

    The $150,000 Elkhorn Stakes (gr. IIIT) on Wednesday at Keeneland boasts a field of many of the nation's top turf marathoners set to square off at 12-furlongs on the Central Kentucky oval.