Keyword: Epalo

  • World Racing Championships Disbands for '06

    The troubled World Racing Championships announced Feb. 6 that it will pause its operation for 2006 and will study the feasibility of returning next year with a new merit award system that would give worldwide recognition to the best performers around the world.

  • Ronald Arculli, chairman of the Hong Kong Jockey Club, presents a silver whip and the cash prize to jockey Andrasch Starke, winner of the Cathay Pacific International Jockeys' Championship 2005.

    German Starke Wins Second Hong Kong Title

    Top German jockey Andrasch Starke won his second international jockeys' championship at Happy Valley racecourse in Hong Kong Dec. 7 and took home the first-place check of HK$200,000 for his efforts.

  • Australian jockey Danny Nikolic celebrates aboard Mummify after winning the Singapore Airlines International Cup.

    Singapore Success for Mummify; Star Over The Bay Breaks Down

    Australia's sole representative Mummify denied the proven international performer Phoenix Reach Sunday night to win the $1.8 million Singapore Airlines International Cup (Sng-I) in a thrilling finish. Unfortunately, American challenger Star Over The Bay broke down during the race and was euthanized.

  • Magistretti (4) and Edgar Prado win the Grade I Man o'War, Saturday at Belmont.

    Magistretti, Prado Take Well-Timed Man o' War

    Epalo appeared to be home free in the late stages of the $500,000 Man o'War, but Michael Tabor's Magistretti, last at the top of the stretch, flew down the middle of the track to win going away on yielding turf at Belmont Park Saturday.

  • Ramon Dominguez and Better Talk Now will try to follow last month's win in the Sword Dancer with a victory in the Man o'War Stakes, Saturday at Belmont.

    Better Talk Now Best on Turf in Man o'War?

    Saturday's $500,000 Man o'War Stakes (gr. IT) at Belmont Park drew a field of eight runners who may have to contend with soft going after steady rain in New York earlier this week.

  • Kent Desormeaux, aboard Kicken Kris, right, yells at Jamie Spencer aboard Powerscout (10) just after the finish of the Arlington Million.

    Kicken Kris Awarded Arlington Million Victory

    For the second consecutive year, the winner of the Arlington Million (gr. IT) was disqualified when Powerscourt, ridden by Jamie Spencer, was taken down for starting a chain of events in the stretch that stewards ruled cost K

  • European Hopes Get Familiar With Arlington

    Moyglare Stud Farm Ltd.'s colt Simple Exchange, one of several prominent European invaders for Saturday's Secretariat Stakes (gr. IT), worked Wednesday at Arlington Park.

  • Bowling Green Handicap winner Kicken Kris among the field of 13 for Saturday's  Arlington Million.

    Lucky 13 Set for Arlington Million

    An international field of 13 runners will attempt to capture one of the most prestigious turf races on the North American calendar Saturday as they line up for the $1 million Arlington Million (gr. IT) over 10 furlongs at Arlington Park.

  • German Million Raider Epalo Enjoying Arlington

    Gary A. Tanaka's Epalo, the first of four European invaders to arrive at Arlington Park for the upcoming Arlington Million (gr. IT) Aug. 14, was on his toes -- alert and interested -- while being walked behind his barn by Elke Schutz Saturday morning.

  • Ransom O'War Upsets Highdown in Germany

    Godolphin's Highdown found nothing but trouble in the final furlong of Sunday's Grosser Dallmayr-Preis (Bayerisches Zuchtrennen) (Ger-I) at Munich, settling for a piece of second behind American-bred Ransom O'War.