Keyword: Hirsch Jacobs

  • Priceless Gem after her 1965 Futurity victory at Aqueduct Racetrack

    Look Back: Priceless Gem Tops Buckpasser in Futurity

    This week's Look Back feature is a recap of the 1965 Futurity Stakes at Aqueduct won by filly Priceless Gem. The story, headlined "Priceless Gem Beats The Boys" was written by William H. Rudy and appeared in the Oct. 2, 1965 issue of The Blood-Horse.

  • Distance Could Suit Taqarub in Hirsch Jacobs

    Taqarub, Checklist, and Yano, all graded stakes-placed in their last starts, lead a field of nine 3-year-old sprinters looking to take their games to the next level in the $100,000 Hirsch Jacobs Stakes (gr. III) May 16 at Pimlico.

  • Lantana Mob comes into the Hirsch Jacobs (gr. III) off a win in the Bachelor Stakes at Oaklawn Park April 6.

    Lantana Mob Heads Hirsch Jacobs

    Vinery Stables' Lantana Mob is the most likely choice in the $100,000 Hirsch Jacobs Stakes (gr. III) at Pimlico May 17, which is why he's been assigned the high weight of 122 pounds in a nine-horse field. But several 3-year-olds looking for graded stakes-winning status could step up to provide a challenge in this Preakness undercard event.

  • The Preakness Trophy

    Jacobs Trophy Sale a Success

    To clear her mind and focus on fond memories, Patrice Wolfson, who bred and raced 1978 Triple Crown winner Affirmed with her recently deceased husband, Louis, attended a Jan. 17 auction at Christie's in New York that sold more than 200 racing trophies won by her late mother and father.

  • The Preakness Trophy

    Jacobs Trophies to Be Auctioned

    More than 200 racing trophies of the late Ethel D. Jacobs, North America's leading owner for three years, and her husband, Hirsch Jacobs, a Hall of Fame trainer, are being auctioned at Christie's in New York Jan. 17, 2008.

  • Elite Squadron Heads Kentucky Cup Sprint

    Fresh off a victory in the Sept. 3 Tom Ridge Labor Day Stakes over the Tapeta surface at Presque Isle Downs, Tom Walters' Elite Squadron heads a field of 11 3-year-olds for the Sept. 29 Kentucky Cup Sprint (gr. III) at Turfway.

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    Street Magician Squeezes Out Hirsch Jacobs

    R. Larry Johnson's favored Street Magician hit the rail while squeezing through a hole in the stretch, but persevered to win the $100,000 Hirsch Jacobs (gr. III) for 3-year-olds by one length at Pimlico Saturday.

  • Nominations Made for Preakness Weekend

    The racing office of the Maryland Jockey Club Tuesday released the lists of nominees for the thirteen other stakes that make up Preakness (gr. I) weekend, May 20-21.

  • Veteran Trainer Tony Hemmerick, 75, Dies

    Veteran Florida horse trainer Anthony (Tony) Hemmerick passed away Wednesday night at Hollywood Regional Hospital near Miami after suffering a stomach aneurysm. He was 75.

  • Suzi Shoemaker: "People overestimate how much they should pay."

    Fee Follies: Breeding at the Right Level

    The late John M.S. Finney once compared the science of Thoroughbred breeding with Albert Einstein's theory of relativity. "Where E represents equine investment," Finney said, "M represents money, and C represents confusion--E equals MC squared."