Keyword: John Mabee

  • Betty Mabee

    Betty Mabee, Raced Best Pal, Dies

    Betty Mabee, who with her late husband, John, built one of the West Coast's leading Thoroughbred empires, has died.

  • CTBA Hall to Induct Mabees, Maddy, Best Pal, Free House

    The late breeder John Mabee and his wife Betty Mabee, deceased legislator Ken Maddy, and the racing stars Best Pal and Free House have been elected to the California Thoroughbred Breeders Association Hall of Fame.

  • Avenue of Flags to Double LL in New Mexico

    <a href="http://www.stallionregister.com/sr_sire_page.asp?refno=1180540&origin=BHonline&result=1" target="_blank">Avenue of Flags</a>, who has sired the career earners of $11.7 million while standing his entire career at the Mabee family's Golden Eagle Farm near Ramona, Calif., has been sold and will take up stallion duty at Double LL Farm near Bosque, N.M.

  • Excellent Meeting, during the 1999 campaign.

    On This Date....

    Feb. 13, 1999<br><b>Excellent Meeting at Santa Anita</b>

  • John Mabee

    California Breeder-Owner John Mabee Dead at 80

    John C. Mabee, who parlayed a corner grocery store into one of the country's most prominent breeding and racing operations, died April 24 at the Casa Palmera Care Center in Del Mar, less than a week after suffering a major stroke. He was 80.

  • Mabee Transferred to Care Facility

    Owner-breeder John C. Mabee, the former president and chairman of the board of the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club who suffered a stroke April 14, has been transferred to a care facility just two miles from the track.

  • Robert Strauss Named Del Mar Board Chairman

    Robert S. Strauss, former ambassador to Russia and one-time chairman of the Democratic National Committee, will replace the retiring John Mabee as chairman of the board of Del Mar Thoroughbred Club. Also, Betty Mabee, John's wife and partner in Golden Eagle Farm, has been added to Del Mar's board of directors.

  • Mabee Stepping Down from Del Mar Thoroughbred Club

    John C. Mabee, a founding member of the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club and its leader for almost 25 years, is stepping down from his role as chairman of its board of directors and will be named director emeritus with the start of the New Year.