Keyword: John Phillips

  • (l to r) Panel moderator Simon Bray, John Philips, John Harris, David Ingordo, and Alex Solis II

    Breeding Strategy Discussed at OwnerView Conference

    Despite the many tools available to help with breeding decisions, it's still important to know your horses and look at stallions. That was one of the many tips a panel of experts shared at the OwnerView Conference at the Del Mar Hilton Oct. 31.

  • TAA Elects New Board Members

    The Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA) announced Dec. 14 the election of eight new members to its board of directors, including a new board president, to take effect the first of the year.

  • John Galbreath leads Chateaugay to the Kentucky Derby winner's circle.

    The Enduring Legacy of Darby Dan Farm

    A new partnership called Darby Dan Farm Racing resurrected the famous Darby Dan silks for a colt named Manitoulin, a son of Soaring Softly, who finished fifth in his maiden special weight debut Nov. 22.

  • Recepta winning the Noble Damsel at Belmont Park.

    Phillips' Luck: Pair Draws In From AE

    Phillips Racing Partnerships' two Breeders' Cup pre-entries, Recepta and Time and Motion, both were also-eligibles but drew into the Mile and Juvenile Fillies Turf, respectively.

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    Red Oak Farm Sends 10 Broodmares to Darby Dan

    John J. Brunetti Sr.'s Red Oak Farm is relocating 10 of its best broodmares to Darby Dan Farm in Kentucky, the Florida farm announced Dec. 10, and also plans changes to its racing operation.

  • Longform Feature: Saving New Lives

    Bloodhorse.com joins the longform revolution with this behind-the-scenes look at neonatal care. "A chilling rain fell when the mare was led to surgery...In the final moments between life and the unknown, all was well."

  • Shackleford
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    Shackleford's Fee Set at $20,000

    Shackleford, the 2011 Preakness Stakes (gr. I) winner and a grade I winner this year, will begin his stallion career for a $20,000 fee at John Phillips' Darby Dan Farm near Lexington.

  • Perfect Soul Returns to Darby Dan

    Charles Fipke's Perfect Soul, sire of 2011 Breeders' Cup winner Perfect Shirl, will stand in 2013 at John Phillips' Darby Dan Farm near Lexington for a fee of $7,500 stands and nurses.

  • Winter Memories

    Grade I Winner Winter Memories Retired

    Phillips Racing Partnership's Winter Memories, a millionaire daughter of El Prado, has been retired from racing due to a degenerative bone condition in her ankle and will begin a broodmare career at Darby Dan Farm.

  • Phillips Named to Kentucky Racing Commission

    Darby Dan Farms owner John Phillips has been appointed to the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission as a replacement for John Ward Jr., who recently was hired as executive director of the regulatory agency.

  • And They're Off: Columbus Day Edition

    Lenny and Steve discuss Union Rags' Champagne, the Keeneland Polytrack, and cutbacks at Santa Anita. Plus, John Phillips of Darby Dan Farm talks about Winter Memories. Sponsored by Darby Dan Farm.

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    Surging Winter Memories Captures Lake George

    With an eye-catching burst down the middle of Saratoga's inner turf course, odds-on choice Winter Memories reminded many of her dam, Memories of Silver, in winning the $150,000 Lake George Stakes (gr. IIT) July 27.

  • Changes Sought for KY Breed Incentive Fund

    The Kentucky Breeders' Incentive Fund advisory committee May 10 unanimously approved key changes in the program, which has become an important part of the state's Thoroughbred industry in very challenging times.

  • First Mare in Foal to Tale of Ekati

    First-year stallion Tail of Ekati has his first mare pronounced in foal. The stakes-winning Sea Breezer is out of 2-year-old filly champ Lakeville Miss. Tale of Ekati stands at Darby Dan Farm near Lexington.

  • Suave Heads to Vinery Florida

    Suave will replace Congrats, another A.P. Indy son, who achieved great success in Florida and will stand 2011 season at Vinery Kentucky

  • Tale of Ekati will stand the 2010 breeding season at Darby Dan Farm.

    Tale of Ekati to Stand at Darby Dan

    Multiple grade I winner and millionaire Tale of Ekati will stand the 2010 breeding season at Darby Dan Farm near Lexington for his owner and breeder Charles Fipke, it was announced Sept. 15.

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    Magna Graduate to Stand At Darby Dan

    Magna Graduate, Elisabeth Alexander's multiple graded stakes-winning son of Honor Grades, will stand at Darby Dan Farm near Lexington upon the completion of his racing career, it was announced Oct. 10.

  • Elser Joins Darby Dan, Heiple Promoted

    John Phillips, owner of Darby Dan Farm near Lexington, announced that industry veteran Kip Elser of Kirkwood Stables would be joining the team as interim sales director.

  • Tale Of Ekati heads to the Belmont Park main track escorted by 2003 Kentucky Derby winner Funny Cide.<br><a target="blank" href="http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/photo-store?ref=http%3A%2F%2Fpictopia.com%2Fperl%2Fgal%3Fprovider_id%3D368%26ptp_photo_id%3D4653383%0D%0A%26ref%3Dstory">Order This Photo</a>

    Belmont Profile: Tale of Ekati

    It's difficult to characterize the rise to greatness for a horse like Tale of Ekati, who was born already virtually flawless, according to John Phillips, managing partner of Darby Dan near Lexington, where the colt was foaled.

  • Jody Phillips of Darby Dan Farm Dead

    Joan "Jody" Phillips, whose father started prominent Darby Dan Farm, died April 21 at the James Cancer Hospital in Columbus, Ohio.