Keyword: Jack Brothers

  • Jack Brothers

    Brothers to Work Exclusively for Hidden Brook

    Jack Brothers, an original founding partner in Hidden Brook Farm, will be dedicating his time and effort exclusively to their organization, the 600-acre Paris, Ky., nursery announced today.

  • 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.

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    McNairs Shoot for Repeat With Street Life

    Robert McNair hopes history repeats itself June 9 when Street Life, whom he co-owns, seeks to spoil the Triple Crown party of I'll Have Another. McNair owned part of Touch Gold, who denied Silver Charm the 1997 Triple Crown.

  • Hidden Brook, McMahons Plan Joint Ventures

    Lexington-based McMahon Bloodstock and Hidden Brook Farm in Paris are involved in a cooperative effort to bolster business for their individual companies during a time of economic challenges.

  • Hip 145, a son of Unforgettable Max, sold for $330,000 during day one of the July Fasig-Tipton Yearling Sale.

    High Buy-Backs and $330k Colt Open FTK

    A colt from the first crop of Unforgettable Max sold for $330,000, and the buy-back rate rose to 44.1% during the first session of the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky July select yearling auction July 14. The average price rose 5.4% and the median stayed steady at $75,000. The sale continues Tuesday.

  • Great Lakes Downs has drawn initial looks from racing interests.

    MEC Properties Listed for Sale

    Magna Entertainment's debt-reduction sale of what it deems excess assets is under way with at least four properties already listed with real estate agents.

  • Vella on His Own with Knights Templar

    Four years ago, when he was the farm trainer for Frank Stronach at Adena Springs South near Ocala, Fla., Danny Vella had the satisfaction of seeing former pupils Perfect Sting and Macho Uno win Breeders' Cup races. At this year's Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championships, Vella is seeking an even bigger thrill--training a winner of his own.

  • Magna Makes Moves on Michigan Downs

    Magna Entertainment Corp. removed another obstacle to bringing Thoroughbred racing back to the Detroit area on Tuesday when it applied to transfer its Great Lakes Downs racing license to a Delaware corporation.