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  • Empire Maker, the grandsire of American Pharoah, will stand at Gainesway in 2016.
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    Empire Maker Coming Home to Kentucky

    After five years in Japan, Empire Maker is returning to Kentucky to stand at Gainesway, farm president Antony Beck confirmed Sept. 29. The stallion was purchased in partnership with Don Alberto Corp.

  • U S Ranger Relocates to Rancho San Miguel

    U S Ranger, the 10-year-old Danzig sire and former champion sprinter in Europe, has been sold and relocated to Rancho San Miguel Farm near San Miguel, CA to stand for the 2015 breeding season.

  • De Seroux Lands BBAG Sale-Topper

    A filly by young German sire Wiesenpfad brought the highest price at the BBAG yearling sale Aug. 30, selling for 390,000 ($514,970 in U.S. funds) to California-based Narvick International.

  • Tiznow

    Tiznow Colt Tops Barretts Sale

    A son of Horse of the Year Tiznow brought $650,000 to top the Barretts sale March 10 at the Hinds Pavilion in Pomona, Calif. Jess Jackson's Stonestreet Stables purchased the colt on a telephone bid from the Wavertree Stables consignment

  • Sauque Seeks Dismissal from Second Jackson Lawsuit

    Tentatively dismissed from Jess Jackson's high-profile fraud lawsuit in California, international bloodstock agent Frederic Sauque seeks similar action in a related Kentucky lawsuit involving the sale of the former Buckram Oak Farm, according to documents recently filed in federal court.

  • Horse owner Jess Jackson, backing bill to prevent agents from secretly representing both buyer and seller.

    Bill Would Seek to Protect Kentucky Horse Buyers

    A bill designed to protect horse buyers from being defrauded has been introduced in the Kentucky House of Representatives by Democratic Rep. Denver Butler of Louisville. The legislation has the backing of California vintner Jess Jackson, whose lawsuit against agents Emmanuel de Seroux and Brad Martin and trainer Bruce Headley alleged fraud in private and public auction purchases made on behalf of Jackson.

  • Strong Demand For Juveniles Continues at Barretts Sale

    Strong demand for juveniles at public auction continued at the Barretts May Sale of 2-Year-Olds in Training held May 17 at the Hinds Pavilion at Fairplex Park in Pomona, California. A total of 193 horses were reported sold for gross receipts of $7,663,700, an 8.6% jump over the same sale a year ago when 189 youngsters sold for a total of $7,053,000.

  • Jackson, Narvick Shopping Hard at Keeneland

    With a deal to purchase a major Central Kentucky farm nearing completion, Kendall-Jackson winery founder Jess Jackson is getting involved in the breeding business in a very big way. According to California trainer Bruce Headley, the bulk of the purchases being made by Emmanuel de Seroux of Narvick International at the Keeneland November breeding stock sale are for Jackson.

  • Sunshine Forever, Creator Arrive at Old Friends

    Old Friends, an equine retirement organization based in Midway, Ky., announced that Sunshine Forever and Creator arrived Nov. 1 at Hurstland Farm near Midway, which has set aside paddocks for horses retired to Old Friends.

  • Tattersalls Autumn Sale Closes Impressively

    The Tattersalls Autumn Horses In Training Sale record price of 525,000gns was equaled Thursday on the final day of the 2004 auction when progressive handicapper Kehaar (GB) (Cadeaux Genereux {GB}) was bought by John Ferguson on behalf of Godolphin.

  • Stakes Winner Little Treasure Retired

    Little Treasure, a graded stakes-winning 5-year-old mare, has been retired from racing with six wins from 16 starts and earnings of $305,262.

  • Coronado's Quest, going to stud in Japan.

    Claiborne Stallion Coronado's Quest Sold to Japan

    Claiborne Farm stallion Coronado's Quest, whose unbeaten daughter Society Selection won the Oct.4 Frizette Stakes (gr. I) at Belmont Park, has been sold to the Japan Bloodhorse Breeders' Association in a private transaction.

  • Horse of the Year candidate Azeri to be sold at auction.

    Azeri, Astra to be Sold as Part of Paulson Trust Settlement

    Allen E. Paulson Living Trust's Horse of the Year candidate Azeri and multiple grade I winner Astra will be sold at public auction in 2003 as part of the remaining disperal of the trust's bloodstock. An out-of-court settlement to sell the trust's remaining bloodstock interests was reached Dec. 9 between co-trustees Michael Paulson and Dr. Nicholas Diaco.

  • Woodman Colt Brings $1.5 Million; Average Up 21.3%

    The North American yearling market continued to show strength Thursday as three colts brought final bids in excess of seven figures during the third session of Keeneland's September Yearling Sale. The day's average price rose 21.3% over the comparable session one year ago.

  • Paulson Trust Removes Horses From Bray's Barn

    The Allen E. Paulson Living Trust said Wednesday all horses trained by Simon Bray have been moved to the barn of Laura de Seroux and other trainers. Just four days before, Bray saddled Startac to an upset victory in the grade I Secretariat Stakes on the turf at Arlington Park.

  • Tabasco Cat, pictured at Overbrook in 1995.

    Tabasco Cat Headed to Japan

    Japanese newspaper Sankei Sports reported that the Japan Bloodstock Breeders' Association has purchased dual classic winner Tabasco Cat for stallion duty for $7 million and will stand the 9-year-old son of Storm Cat at the organization's Shizunai Stallion Station.