Keyword: Grindstone

  • Giacomo

    Giacomo Heading to Oregon

    Frank Stronach hopes Giacomo will stimulate the Oregon breeding industry; Oakhurst Thoroughbreds gets its second Kentucky Derby winner at stud.

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    Grindstone Elevated Louisiana Derby in 1996

    Grindstone was an unheralded colt who never grabbed the public's attention. He served notice, however, that 3-year-olds capable of a strong run down the longest stretch in the nation should not be disregarded.

  • Grindstone Offspring Debuting at Portland

    Grindstone, the first Kentucky Derby winner to stand in the state of Oregon, will see several of his 2-year-olds make their debuts on Oregon Championship Day Nov. 17 at Portland Meadows.

  • Frumious bounds home to win the Palos Verdes Stakes at Santa Anita.

    Frumious Torches Wet Track in Palos Verdes

    Taking full advantage of a speed bias on Santa Anita's sealed main track, Frumious ran away from the field to register a 5 3/4-length victory in the $150,000 Palos Verdes Stakes (gr. II) Jan. 21.

  • Grindstone to Stand in Oregon

    Overbrook Farm stallion Grindstone will continue his stallion career at veterinarian Jack Root's Oakhurst Equine Farm near Newberg, Ore., according to Ric Waldman, Overbrook's advisor and manager of stallion operations.

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    Overbrook Farm to Disperse Stock

    Overbrook Farm, founded and developed by the late William T. Young into one of North America's most successful breeding establishments, announced June 9 that it will completely disperse its yearlings, breeding stock, and the majority of its horses in training.

  • Flying Private worked a quick four furlongs April 27 at Churchill Downs. <br><a target="blank" href="http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/photo-store?ref=http%3A%2F%2Fgallery.pictopia.com%2Fbloodhorse%2Fgallery%2F81492%2Fphoto%2F8045145%2F%3Fo%3D4">Order This Photo</a>

    Flying Private Works; Lukas Comfortable

    D. Wayne Lukas, the dean of Kentucky Derby trainers with four winners from 42 previous starters, expressed confidence in Flying Private following the colt's four-furlong work in :47 2/5 April 27.

  • Birdstone

    Birdstone Gets First Winner

    Birdstone notched his first winner when his son S. S. Stone won at Hollywood Park on June 29 in his initial race.

  • D. Wayne Lukas has Stone Bird in the March 15 Rebel (gr. II) at Oaklawn.

    Stone Bird Final Derby Hope for Lukas

    Stone Bird will try to pull off the upset in the Rebel Stakes (gr. II) March 15 at Oaklawn Park. Making his stakes debut, he will have to take down eight rivals, including Z Fortune and Anak Nakal.

  • Control System was much the best in the Garland of Roses at Aqueduct.
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    Control System Dominates 'Roses'

    Control System stalked the pace, took over at the top of the stretch and easily pulled away for a 2 -length victory in the $81,700 Garland of Roses Handicap Dec. 1 at Aqueduct.

  • Control System Dominates 'Roses'

    Control System stalked the pace, took over at the top of the stretch and easily pulled away for a 2 -length victory in the $81,700 Garland of Roses Handicap Dec. 1 at Aqueduct.

  • Control System Dominates 'Roses'

    Control System stalked the pace, took over at the top of the stretch and easily pulled away for a 2 -length victory in the $81,700 Garland of Roses Handicap Dec. 1 at Aqueduct.

  • Control System Dominates 'Roses'

    Control System stalked the pace, took over at the top of the stretch and easily pulled away for a 2 -length victory in the $81,700 Garland of Roses Handicap Dec. 1 at Aqueduct.

  • Control System Dominates 'Roses'

    Control System stalked the pace, took over at the top of the stretch and easily pulled away for a 2 ?-length victory in the $81,700 Garland of Roses Handicap Dec. 1 at Aqueduct.

  • Storm Cat

    Storm Cat's Fee Reduced

    Storm Cat, whose fee of $500,000 from 2002-07 was North America's highest, will stand for $300,000 in 2008 at the Young family's Overbrook Farm near Lexington. His new fee is equaled to that of Lane's End stallion A.P. Indy. The $300,000 is the highest fee announced so far this year for 2008.

  • Derby Field Minus Lukas, Baffert, Zito Starters

    Look past unknown jockeys, unbeaten starters, unfamiliar owners, and other contributors to this year's intriguing Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (gr. I). More noticeable than the presence of uniqueness is the absence of three trainers who held the Triple Crown spotlight for several decades.

  • Smarty Jones took the Arkansas route to Derby success.

    Different Roads Taken to Derby Success

    If it is true that history repeats itself, the Kentucky Derby (gr. I) presented by Yum! Brands has plenty of historical trends to follow. However, the fact that it has a varied history makes it hard to pick exactly which trend to follow.

  • Kid Grindstone wins Oaklawn's Fifth Season.

    Kid Grindstone's Late Run Takes Fifth Season

    Kid Grindstone used a big finish to surprise the even-money favorite Arch Hall in deep stretch, winning the $100,000 Fifth Season (gr. III) for older horses at odds of 9-1 in his graded stakes debut Wednesday at Oaklawn Park.

  • Jockey Jerry Bailey, retires as all-time second leading money earner.

    Bailey to Retire Jan. 28; Will Join ABC/ESPN

    Jerry Bailey, 48, North America's dominant jockey for more than a decade beginning in the early 1990s, announced his retirement from riding, effective Jan 28 after the Sunshine Millions card at Gulfstream Park.

  • Ray Paulick<br>Editor-in-Chief

    Stacked Deck

    <i>By Ray Paulick</i> - Only one trainer in the modern era of Thoroughbred racing--D. Wayne Lukas--has started more horses in the Kentucky Derby (gr. I) than Nick Zito. Beginning with Thirty Six Red in 1990, Zito has sent 14 horses postward in the Run for the Roses. Two of them have won: Strike the Gold in 1991 and Go for Gin in 1994. He's sitting in the catbird seat with as many as five potential contenders for the 2005 Kentucky Derby.

  • Mud-Loving Miss Grindstone Takes Bessarabian

    A sloppy surface was just what the connections of Miss Grindstone ordered, helping the 5-year-old mare capture Sunday's $164,250 Bessarabian Stakes (Can-III) at Woodbine, her fourth win in as many starts on an off track.

  • Belmont Stakes winner Birdstone has been retired.

    Birdstone Retired After Suffering Fracture

    Marylou Whitney's Birdstone, winner of the Belmont (gr. I) and Travers Stakes (gr. I) this year, has been retired after a radiograph taken Nov. 2 revealed a P-1 medial chip in the colt's left front ankle.

  • Belmont Stakes winner Birdstone, with jockey Edgar Prado, returns to action with a decisive win in the 135th running of the Travers Stakes, Saturday at Saratoga.

    Travers Puts Birdstone on Division's Perch

    Marylou Whitney Stable's Belmont-winning Birdstone gave trainer Nick Zito his first victory in the Travers Stakes (gr. I) Saturday at Saratoga Race Course, just moments before an intense rainstorm hit the track.

  • Grindstone Filly Tops Louisiana Juvenile Auction

    Bridlestone, a filly by 1996 Kentucky Derby (gr. I) winner Grindstone, brought the top price of $32,000 at the Fair Grounds Sales Co.'s select juvenile auction on Tuesday at the Fair Grounds in Louisiana.

  • OBS Spring Sale Sets Records For Gross And Average

    The Ocala Breeders' Sales Company's spring auction of 2-year-olds in training established sale records for gross revenue and median price during its four-day run that ended April 26 in Florida. In addition, the auction's record for the highest-priced horse was equaled when a Grindstone filly sold for $550,000 on the final day. The mark first was set in 1998, when Kaaren and Hays Biggs purchased Etbauer, a son of Silver Deputy who won the 1999 Rebel Stakes (gr. IIII).

  • Raging Fever Heads Adirondack Field

    Raging Fever, one of several fast juvenile fillies owned by Edward Evans, heads a field of six 2-year-old fillies entered in the 6 1/2-furlong Adirondack Stakes (gr. II) Monday at Saratoga.

  • Grindstone Filly Wins at Churchill

    Kentucky Derby (gr. I) winner Grindstone was represented by his first winner as a sire when Tricky Elaine, a half-sister to Breeders' Cup Juvenile (gr. I) winner and 2-year-old champion Favorite Trick, won the third race Sunday at Churchill Downs.