Keyword: End Sweep

  • Chapel Royal Sets Juvenile Record

    Chapel Royal, a former Kentucky stallion getting ready to stand his first season at William Schettine's Signature Stallions near Reddick, Fla., in 2009, has become the new leader among Northern Hemisphere first-crop sires.

  • Harry T. Mangurian, Jr.

    Owner Harry T. Mangurian Jr. Dead

    Harry T. Mangurian Jr., one of Florida's leading breeders and owners for years, died Oct. 19 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., after battling leukemia.

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    Admire Moon Secures Dubai Duty Free for Japan

    Japan had a strong hand going into the US$5million Dubai Duty Free (UAE-I) and it was their Admire Moon, ridden by Japanese icon Yutaka Take, who landed the spoils in scintillating fashion.

  • Invincible Spirit Ties Record; Stud Fee Soars

    Irish freshman stallion Invincible Spirit has tied the record for 2-year-old winners established by Florida stallion End Sweep in 1998 and equaled by Irish stallion Fasliyev in 2003.

  • Sweep Tosho Triumphs in Japan's QE II Cup

    Sweep Tosho capped a remarkable year with a grade I victory on Sunday, catching Osumi Haruka at the wire to win the 30th Queen Elizabeth II Commemorative Cup.

  • Alysweep Runs Down 'Jim at Aqueduct

    Michael Dubb's Alysweep overcame an early slip, sweeping outside of favored Philadelphia Jim and drawing off to a 1 ½-length victory in the $79,800 Fred "Cappy" Capossela for 3-year-olds Monday at Aqueduct.

  • Forty Niner Leaving Mark on Sire Ranks

    Forty Niner left behind more than just memories of his dominating racing days before heading to Japan to continue his stallion career. The champion son of Mr. Prospector left behind a slew of sons who are making a mark on North America's sire lists. Four of the top 20 first-crop stallions by progeny earnings in 2002, including the runner-up, Distorted Humor, are sons of Forty Niner.

  • Swept Overboard Has His Sprint Ticket

    Trainer Craig Dollase says all systems are go for Swept Overboard going to the Breeders' Cup Sprint (gr. I) Oct. 26 at Arlington Park, following the 5-year-old's fourth-place finish as the 9-10 favorite in the Ancient Title (gr.I) Saturday at Santa Anita.

  • Gemma's Star Returns to Calder Winner's Circle

    Three-year-old Gemma's Star, enjoying a comparatively light schedule after racing a remarkable 22 times as a 2-year-old, won her third straight at Calder Saturday in the $50,000 Neddles Stakes,

  • Gemma's Star, Bernard's Candy Head Calder Stake

    James P. Calderazzo's very experienced Gemma's Star and Bruce Tallisman's lightly-raced Bernard's Candy appear to be the horses to beat among eight 3-year-olds entered in Saturday's $50,000 Needles Stakes at Calder Race Course.

  • Gemma's Star, Bernard's Candy Head Calder Stake

    James P. Calderazzo's very experienced Gemma's Star and Bruce Tallisman's lightly-raced Bernard's Candy appear to be the horses to beat among eight 3-year-olds entered in Saturday's $50,000 Needles Stakes at Calder Race Course.

  • End Sweep, shuttle stallion euthanized July 12.

    End Sweep Dies in Japan

    Champion sire End Sweep was euthanized July 12 at the Shadai Horse Clinic in Japan. The decision of the joint owners representing Australia's Arrowfield Stud and Shadai Stallion Station was made after they were informed by the clinic's head, Dr. Masaaki Tagami, that the 11 year-old horse had "gone down" and could not regain his feet.

  • Stallion End Sweep, euthanized as a result of an injury.

    Top Sire End Sweep Euthanized

    End Sweep, the stallion who had shuttled between Australia and Japan after setting a North American record with 33 juvenile winners in 1998, was euthanized Thursday night at Shadai Farm in Japan after complications developed following a serious injury last month.

  • Stallion End Sweep, sidelined by injury.

    End Sweep Withdrawn from Australian Stud Duty

    Arrowfield Stud announced that End Sweep will not be able to serve in Australia in the upcoming Southern Hemisphere season due to a serious injury to his wither sustained recently in Japan.

  • Juveniles Complete Workouts for Midlantic Sale

    Twenty-two juveniles, 12 fillies, 9 colts and 1 gelding, each worked :10 3/5 in the two under tack shows for the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic sale of 2-year-olds in training.

  • Pine Bluff Colt Among Fastest Workers In OBS Under Tack Show

    A Pine Bluff colt turned in the fastest eighth of a mile work Monday at Calder Race Course, covering the distance in 10 1/5 seconds during the first under tack show for the Ocala Breeders' Sales Comapany's select sale of 2-year-olds in training. The auction is scheduled for Feb. 5 at Calder in South Florida.

  • Australian Sale's Results Fall Short Of Last Year's Record Pace

    The Classic yearling sale in Australia ended on Tuesday with gross revenues of $9,958,000 ($5,392,257) for the 342 yearlings sold during two sessions. The average price was $29,117 ($15,767). While the statistics fell short of last year's record-breaking figures, the sale still ranked as the second most successful summer yearling sale ever held at Newmarket.

  • Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Sale Has Upbeat Ending, But Is Down Overall

    Business surged during the final session of the Fasig-Tipton Eastern fall yearling sale on Wednesday. But the rally wasn't enough to overcome the downward trend that had prevailed during the first two days of the Maryland auction. The overall figures for number sold, gross revenue, average price, and median price all were down from last year's figures.

  • End Sweep Colt Brings $95,000 At OBS

    A colt by End Sweep sold for $95,000 on Thursday to top the third open session of the Ocala Breeders' Sales Company's August yearling sale. Marion G. Montanari bought the bay colt out of the 8-year-old winning Smile mare Susie Smile, who is a half-sister to stakes winner Lady Summerhill (by Bold Ruckus). The colt was consigned by Cloverleaf Farms II, as agent.

  • Trippi Defeats Elders in Tom Fool

    Trippi, returning from a nine-length rout over fellow sophomores in the Riva Ridge (gr. II) on the Belmont Stakes card, set all the fractions on the way to a 4 1/2 length win against older horses in the $150,000 Tom Fool Handicap (gr. II) Sunday at Belmont Park.

  • Trippi Provides Bailey With 4th Win

    Jerry Bailey was on the verge of owning Belmont Park on Saturday. The jockey won his fourth straight race and second consecutive stakes when he guided Trippi to an easy win in the Riva Ridge Stakes (gr. II).