Keyword: Flawlessly

  • Affirmed

    Pedigree Analysis: Affirmed

    In spite of his tremendous accomplishments as a racehorse, Affirmed went to stud in 1980 with modest expectations compared to those being heaped on American Pharoah.

  • Filly by George Washington brought 320,000 guineas at the Tattersalls October yearling sale.

    Only Known Foal of GW Sells For About $535K

    Almost two years after George Washington was fatally injured in the 2007 Breeders' Cup Classic " Powered by Dodge (gr. I), his only known foal, a filly out of the Rainbow Quest mare Flawlessly, was bought for 320,000 guineas (approximately $535,000) by Peter Doyle Bloodstock at the Tattersalls October yearling sale.

  • George Washington Filly in Tattersalls Sale

    The only yearling in the world by the illâ€"fated European champion George Washington is scheduled to be offered in Book 1 of the Tattersalls October yearling sale Oct. 6-8 in England.

  • George Washington's only foal sold for 280,000 euros during the fifth and final session of the Goffs November foal sale.

    George Washington Filly Tops Goffs Sale

    George Washington's only foal ended the Goffs November foal sale with a bang, selling for 280,000 euros during the fifth and final session Nov. 21 in Ireland. The price was the highest of the auction.

  • Filly out of Flawlessly (by Rainbow Quest), the only offspring by English and Irish champion George Washington will sell at the Goffs November foal sale.

    George Washington Filly Selling at Goffs

    The only offspring by English and Irish champion George Washington figures to be one of the main attractions at the Goffs November foal sale in Ireland.

  • A. P. Warrior's first foal, a filly  out of the Storm Cat mare Full Moon Tonight

    A. P. Warrior Sires First Foal

    Stonewall Farm Stallions' A.P. Warrior sired his first foal Jan. 27 when a bay filly out of the Storm Cat mare Full Moon Tonight was born at Stonewall Farm in Versailles, Ky.

  • George Washington

    George Washington Sires Filly

    George Washington, who was euthanized after breaking down in the Breeders' Cup Classic - Powered by Dodge (gr. I) in October, sired his first reported foal.

  • CashCall Mile Purse Boosted to $1 Million

    The CashCall Mile Invitational Stakes (gr. IIT) will become Hollywood Park's richest race with a $1-million purse and will also be run at night in 2007. The race will be carded July 6 along with the $150,000 A Gleam Invitational Handicap (gr. II) and the $100,000-added Flawlessly Stakes on the Friday night program.

  • Woke Up Dreamin won the True North Breeders' Cup Handicap.

    Woke Up Dreamin Retired to Millennium Farms

    Mike Pegram's two-time grade II winner Woke Up Dreamin has been retired and arrived at Millennium Farms in Lexington, where he will stand the 2006 breeding season. His initial stud fee will be $7,500 live foal.

  • Louvain Tops Monday's Flawlessly Field

    Irish-bred Louvain, who had been extended an invitation to Sunday's American Oaks (gr. IT), heads a lineup of twelve 3-year-old fillies set to contest Monday's $100,000 Flawlessly Stakes at Hollywood Park.

  • Ogden Mills Phipps, left, presents Hall of Fame plaque to trainer Shug McGaughey.

    Class of 2004 Inducted into Hall of Fame

    One year after her late husband, Hubert "Sonny" Hine, was inducted into racing's Hall of Fame at the National Museum of Racing, Carolyn Hine was again onstage during the annual induction ceremony Aug. 9 at Fasig-Tipton's Humphrey S. Finney pavilion in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

  • Skip Away joins five others entering Racing Hall of Fame.

    Racing Hall of Fame Ceremony Aug. 9

    Three humans and three horses will be honored when The National Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame inducts its 2004 class Aug. 9 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

  • Little Patch of Heaven

    <i>By John Williams</i> -- Of all the runners to have carried the famous flamingo pink silks of Harbor View Farm, Affirmed and his brilliant champion daughter Flawlessly stand above the others in the hearts of Lou and Patrice Wolfson.

  • Public Invited to Racing Hall of Fame Day Celebrations

    The public is invited to the National Museum of Racing's annual Hall of Fame Ceremony, Monday, Aug. 9 at the Fasig-Tipton Sales Pavilion. Members of the Hall of Fame Class of 2004 include trainer Claude "Shug" McGaughey, jockeys Kent Desormeaux and Jimmy Winkfield, and Thoroughbred champions Bowl of Flowers, Flawlessly, and Skip Away.

  • Skip Away, among finalists for Hall of Fame induction this year.

    McGaughey, Zito, Skip Away Among Hall of Fame Finalists

    Trainers Shug McGaughey and Nick Zito and 1998 Horse of the Year Skip Away are among the candidates for election to the National Museum of Racing's Hall of Fame in their first year of eligibility, Museum president John T. von Stade announced Monday, April 4. More than 140 members of the racing media will vote on the Hall of Fame, and the one winner in each category will be announced via teleconference on May 25.

  • Just Too Too Flawless for Mullins, Englander

    Richard Englander's undefeated Just Too Too will be looking for graded stakes company after her easy front-running victory in the $112,300 Flawlessly for 3-year-old fillies on the Hollywood Park turf Sunday, her fifth straight victory.

  • Jockey Mike Smith, finalist for Hall of Fame induction.

    Maple, Romero, and Smith Nominated to Hall of Fame

    Retired riders Eddie Maple and Randy Romero, plus Mike Smith, rider of 2002 Horse of the Year Azeri, have been nominated to the National Museum of Racing Hall of Fame. The results will be announced during Kentucky Derby Week, on April 29, at Churchill Downs. Hall of Fame induction ceremonies are scheduled for Aug. 4, at the Fasig-Tipton Sale Pavilion in Saratoga Springs, New York.

  • Ray Paulick&lt;br&gt;Editor-in-Chief

    Nearly Flawless

    <i>By Ray Paulick</i> -- Remembering a mare who is destined for the Hall of Fame and looking at how the horse industry has changed.

  • Flawlessly winning in California.

    Two-time Turf Champion Flawlessly Dead

    Flawlessly, the last runner to win consecutive Eclipse Awards as a turf champion and one of only two mares to have done so, died Sept. 26 of natural causes in her paddock at John Williams' Elmwood near Versailles, Ky.