Keyword: George Bolton

  • The Factor dominates the Rebel Stakes at Oaklawn.

    The Factor Sounds Rebel Yell

    Add The Factor to this year's list of serious contenders on the Triple Crown trail. The brilliant colt, trained by Bob Baffert, proved his ability to get a route of ground with a crushing win in the Rebel Stakes March 19.

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    Flashpoint Owner Issues Swale Challenge

    Flashpoint will point for the Kentucky Derby but will not be taking the traditional route getting there said Peachtree Stable president John Fort, who also issued a challenge to the connections of The Factor and Gulfstream.

  • The Factor in the 2011 San Vicente Stakes.

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    The Factor Dazzles Again in San Vicente

    Odds-on The Factor showed his speedy reputation is no hype when he turned back a good group of 3-year-olds in winning the $150,000 San Vicente Stakes (gr. II) by three-quarters of a length at Santa Anita Feb. 20

  • Astrology wins the Iroquois S.

    Astrology Takes Star Turn in Iroquois

    Heavily favored Astrology was an appropriate winner on Churchill Downs' Stars of Tomorrow card on opening day of the Louisville track's fall meet, convincingly taking the $122,300 Iroquois Stakes (gr. II) Oct. 31.

  • Hip 1082, filly, Smart Strike - My Miss Storm Cat by Sea of Secrets, brought $550,000 during the Sept. 16 session of the Keeneland September yearling sale.

    Smart Strike Filly Brings $550,000

    A Smart Strike filly, the second yearling of the day to bring $550,000 was bought by investment manager George Bolton from Gainesway, agent for Stonestreet Thoroughbred Holdings.

  • Smart Strike Ridgling Commands $1 Million

    A bay ridgling by Smart Strike was bought for $1,000,000 by George Bolton at the Sept. 14 session of the Keeneland September yearling sale from Greenfield Farm for B.D. Gibbs Farm, agent.

  • War Front Colt Tops Barretts Sale

    A War Front colt sold for $250,000 topped the May 10 Barretts sale of 2-year-olds in training, which saw stable numbers when compared with the same auction one year ago.

  • Tiznow Colt Tops Barretts Sale; Numbers Dip

    A son of Tiznow sold for $300,000 topped the Barretts 2-year-old sale May 11, as the average fell along the lines of most juvenile sales this winter and spring. Buy-backs and withdrawals of some of the most buzz-worthy horses contributed to the 30.25% decline in average to $37,087.

  • The minority owners of Curlin (shown working at Churchill Downs in June) have asked a judge to order an outright sale of the 2007 Horse of the Year.

    Opinons Differ on Curlin Sale Motion

    A Kentucky judge is being asked to order the sale of 2007 Horse of the Year Curlin, but attorneys representing the ownerships interests of the champion colt question the merit of the request.

  • Jess Jackson's Stonestreet Stables now controls 80% of Curlin.

    Stonestreet Controls 80% of Curlin

    Jess Jackson's Stonestreet Stables now has an 80% ownership interest in Curlin after completing a deal to acquire former partner George Bolton's percentage of the 2007 leading Horse of the Year candidate.

  • CDI Lawsuit: Midnight Cry Earnings

    Churchill Downs has filed a lawsuit against Midnight Cry Stable's co-owners, saying it wants a court to decide who should get purse money earned by their runners.

  • 2007 Breeders' Cup Winner Curlin

    Curlin Ships to Fair Grounds

    Curlin, the leading candidate for 2007 Horse of the Year, arrived at Fair Grounds Nov. 27 following a van ride from Churchill Downs, but his racing future is still undecided.

  • Kenny McPeek

    McPeek Lawsuit Targets Curlin Sale

    Trainer Kenny McPeek has filed a lawsuit in Kentucky against a company involving two jailed attorneys who are part owners of leading Horse of the Year candidate Curlin, alleging he is owed money from the previous sale of the horse.

  • Curlin

    Padua's Interest in Curlin Acquired

    Jess Jackson's Stonestreet Stables and George Bolton have acquired Padua Stables' interest in likely Horse of the Year Curlin, whose ownership structure has been under a cloud due to legal actions involving the principals of another part-owner, Midnight Cry Stable.

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    Midnight Cry's Interest in Curlin Intact, Attorney Claims

    An attorney representing a limited liability company that includes embattled attorneys William Gallion and Shirley Cunningham Jr. claims his client's ownership interests in likely Horse of the Year Curlin is still intact, and is not in the hands of 400-plus plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit settlement.

  • Curlin returning from his pre-dawn workout Tuesday at Keeneland

    Curlin, Kodiak Kowboy Work at Keeneland

    Steve Asmussen trainee Curlin, winner of this year's Preakness Stakes (gr. I), began his serious preparations for an expected engagement in the $5-million Breeders' Cup Classic - Powered by Dodge (gr. I) by working a half-mile on Keeneland's Polytrack surface in :51.80 Oct. 9.

  • Curlin pushes past Street Sense at the wire to win the 132nd running of the Preakness Stakes.<br><a target="blank" href="http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/photo-store?ref=http%3A%2F%2Fpictopia.com%2Fperl%2Fgal%3Fprovider_id%3D368%26ptp_photo_id%3D1230325%26ref%3Dstory">Order This Photo</a>

    Curlin Derails Street Sense in Preakness

    Curlin, who suffered his first defeat in the Kentucky Derby (gr. I), kept gaining down the stretch and got past Street Sense in the final strides to win the Preakness Stakes (gr. I) Saturday at Pimlico.

  • Impressive 3-Year-Old Winner Curlin Sold

    The impressive 3-year-old maiden winner Curlin left trainer Helen Pitts' Gulfstream Park barn Thursday for trainer Steve Asmussen's at Fair Grounds in New Orleans following the completion of a private sale by Midnight Cry Stable to Satish Sanan, Jess Jackson and George Bolton.

  • Graded Winner Rare Gift Retired

    Rare Gift, a New York graded stakes winner, has been retired from racing after suffering an injury during a third-place finish in the June 18 Fleur de Lis Handicap (gr. II) at Churchill Downs.