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  • Devil May Care<br><a target="blank" href="">Order This Photo</a>

    Devil May Care Loses Battle With Cancer

    Multiple grade I winner Devil May Care, a starter in the 2010 Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (gr. I), was euthanized May 4 after a confirmed diagnosis of lymphosarcoma, a form of cancer.

  • Glencrest Reduces Stud Fees

    The Greathouse family's Glencrest Farm has revised the 2009 stud fees on Champali and Military, reducing them to $5,000.

  • Champali

    Champali's First Winner

    Millionaire Champali's first winner, Champ Laila, won Sept. 12 at Turfway Park.

  • Gene Guy

    Inside Track: Go To Guy

    It was early in 1973 when Gene Guy found out his father's dairy farm was going out of business. Only 15 years old at the time but in search of a career, Guy wasn't quite sure the direction in which his life was headed.

  • Turf marathoner Honey Ryder retires with earnings in excess of $2.7 million.

    Honey Ryder Retired; Booked to Kingmambo

    Honey Ryder, who placed in the last two runnings of the Emirates Airline Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Turf (gr. IT), arrived Oct. 29 at the Greathouse family's Glencrest Farm near Midway, Ky., to become a broodmare.

  • Edgar Prado rides Panty Raid to victory in the Black-Eyed Susan, Friday at Pimlico.<br><a target="blank" href="">Order This Photo</a>

    Filly Yells Raid in Black-Eyed Susan

    The raid was on at cloudy Pimlico Friday. Panty Raid, under Edgar Prado, came from off the pace to win the Black-Eyed Susan Stakes (gr. II) with authority.

  • Former Owner Carl Maggio Dies at 59

    Carmelo (Carl) Joseph Maggio, who raced several graded stakes winners in California in the 1980s, died Oct. 31 from brain cancer. He was 59.

  • Phoenix Breeders' Cup winner Champali to stand at Glencrest Farm.

    Sprint Star Champali to Glencrest for '05

    Champali, an eight-time stakes-winner who won graded stakes at two and four, has been retired and will stand the 2005 season at the Greathouse family's Glencrest Farm near Midway, Ky. In the process of being syndicated, Champali will stand for a fee of $7,500 live foal.

  • Greathouse-Claus Named Saybrook CEO

    Margaret Greathouse-Claus has been named chief executive officer at Saybrook Advertising, owner John T.L. Jones Jr. announced Dec. 2.

  • Long Memories

    <i>John W. Greathouse Jr.</i> - The jockeys at Churchill Downs and Hoosier Park who recently chose to sit out the meet over insurance issues have made a grievous mistake. And don't think for one second that the trainers and owners will soon forget what these riders did.

  • Top broodmare Battle Creek Girl.

    Prominent Broodmare Battle Creek Girl Dead

    Battle Creek Girl, whose six stakes winners include Canadian champion Wavering Girl, died Aug. 25 at age 27 at William S. Farish's Lane's End Farm from complications from the infirmities of old age.

  • Stakes Producer Christmas Bonus Dead

    Christmas Bonus, a stakes winner and dam of five stakes winners, was euthanized Aug. 18 at age 26 because of complications from the infirmities of old age.

  • Glencrest Farm stallion Wavering Monarch, died Friday.

    Glencrest Stallion Wavering Monarch Dead

    Glencrest Farm stallion Wavering Monarch, a multiple grade I winner whose champion son Maria's Mon sired 2001 Kentucky Derby (gr. I) winner Monarchos, died June 17 because of the infirmities of old age.

  • Glencrest Stallion Clever Trick Dead

    Successful stallion Clever Trick, who sired 67 stakes winners, died June 5 at Glencrest Farm near Midway, Ky., where he had stood his entire stallion career.

  • Booklet at Gulfstream Park

    Young Stallion Booklet Dies of Colic

    Grade I winner Booklet, who entered stud this year at the Greathouse family's Glencrest Farm near Midway, Ky., was euthanized the morning of March 4 because of complications from colic.

  • Booklet to Stand at Glencrest

    The Greathouse family's Glencrest Farm has purchased an interest in grade I winner Booklet from owner John C. Oxley for stallion duty at the Midway, Ky., farm.