Keyword: hansel

  • The Day Hansel Defied Lasix

    To set the stage for Hansel's Belmont victory, one must go back to Churchill Downs, where the colt had thrown in an inexplicably bad performance in the Kentucky Derby, finishing 10th after looking like a winner at the top of the stretch.

  • Hansel was the oldest living Triple Crown classic winner

    Champion Hansel Euthanized Due to Old Age

    Lazy Lane Farm's Hansel, winner of the 1991 Preakness Stakes (G1) and Belmont Stakes (G1) and subsequently Eclipse Award winner as champion 3-year-old colt that season, was euthanized June 13 due to the infirmities of old age. He was 29.

  • Catching Up with Hansel

    Hansel, at the ripe old age of 26, is the oldest living Preakness and Belmont winner.

  • Preakness Stakes and Belmont Stakes Winner Hansel

    The Blood-Horse catches up with 26-year-old Hansel, who won champion 3-year-old male in 1991. Hansel defeated Strike the Gold by a head in the Belmont Stakes. Read more in the April 26, 2014 issue of The Blood-Horse. View Hansel Slideshow

  • Ruler On Ice wins the 2011 Belmont Stakes.

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    Mr. Prospector's Dominance in the Belmont

    MAHUBAH'S CORNER<br />In no race is the blend of speed with stamina more important than in the Belmont. Mr. Prospector contributed the right stuff to produce descendants capable of dominating the 'Test of the Champion'.

  • Frank Brothers

    Brothers Hanging Up His Saddle

    Frank Brothers, who has won more than 280 stakes in his career and is best known for training dual-classic winner Hansel, will be retiring at the end of March.

  • Woodman&#39;s journey comes to end at age 24.

    Woodman Euthanized at Age 24

    Woodman, the sire and broodmare sire of more than 100 stakes winners, was euthanized July 19. He was 24.

  • Champion Hansel Back in America

    Hansel, the 1991 champion and dual classic winner for Joe Allbritton, recently arrived back in the United States from Japan.

  • 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.

  • Quantum Merit Wires Kingston

    Quantum Merit went to the lead from the beginning and held off second-place Foreverness by a nose to win the $114,300 Kingston for New York breds on the Belmont Park turf Sunday.

  • Hansel

    On This Day...

    March 16, 1991<br><b>Hansel in Florida</b>

  • Ferdinand Followup: Owners Promise to Tighten Contracts and Supervision

    If there is to be a silver lining in the cloud of Ferdinand's death in Japan, it comes in the manner in which future business transactions will be written, and the heightened awareness that owners' responsibility no longer ceases when a horse is sold. Ignorance is no longer an option, and no one understands that better than the people who have done business selling horses to overseas interests.

  • Jockey Jerry Bailey.

    Belmont Winning Jockey: Classic Bailey

    Ever since Empire Maker's runner-up finish as the favorite in the Kentucky Derby (gr. I), Jerry Bailey had been feeling a little bit guilty. The Hall of Fame rider couldn't be blamed for the bruised foot that disrupted the colt's training schedule. But Bailey did regret his decision regarding Empire Maker's post position. In the Belmont Stakes (gr. I), he was riding for redemption--for both Empire Maker and himself.

  • Grey Comet, Hanselina Win NY Stallion Stakes

    Star Track Farms' colt Grey Comet and Peter E. Mariano's filly Hanselina each won a division of Sunday's $150,000 New York Stallion Stakes for 3-year-olds at Aqueduct Park.

  • Guided Tour defeats Balto Star in the Kentucky Cup Classic.

    Guided Tour Euthanized in Saudi Arabia

    The Blood-Horse has learned that Guided Tour, the game runner who earned the nickname "The Bus," was euthanized Dec. 21 after he broke down during a 1 1/4-mile race at Malaz racecourse in Ridayh, Saudi Arabia.