Keyword: John Phillips

  • Saarland Moving to Darby Dan Farm

    A part interest in grade II winner Saarland, a son of Unbridled out of multiple grade I millionaire Versailles Treaty, has been sold to a syndicate and the sophomore sire will relocate to Darby Dan Farm to stand beginning with the 2006 breeding season.

  • Wonder Again to Defend Diana Title at Spa

    Wonder Again will return to Saratoga Saturday to defend her title against a field of nine other top-class fillies and mares in the $500,000 Diana Stakes (gr. IT), formerly the Diana Handicap.

  • In a light rain, Wonder Again crosses the finish line to win the Diana Stakes, Saturday at Saratoga.

    Wonder Again Dominates in Soggy Diana

    Wonder Again got the yielding turf trainer James Toner was hoping for and under patient handling from Edgar Prado, she registered an easy 5 3/4-length victory in the $500,000 Diana Handicap (gr. I) at rainy Saratoga Race Course Saturday.

  • Phillips Replaces Schwartz on Graded Stakes Committee

    The Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association announced today the appointment of John Phillips to the American Graded Stakes Committee in place of New York Racing Association chairman Barry Schwartz. Phillips will serve out the remaining two years of Schwartz's term.

  • Wonder Again Faces Five in WinStar Galaxy

    Joan and John Phillips' Wonder Again, fresh off a game victory in the Noble Damsel Handicap (gr. IIIT) at Belmont Park, will face five rivals in the $500,000 WinStar Galaxy (gr. IIT) to be run Sunday on the Keeneland turf course.

  • Wonder Again (11) emerges from a finish line traffic jam to win the Noble Damsel Handicap Saturday at Belmont.

    Wonder Again Drives to Noble Damsel Win

    John and Joan Phillips' Wonder Again won for the first time in 2003 and ended a five-race losing streak, taking Saturday's $150,000 Noble Damsel Handicap (gr. IIIT) for fillies and mares at Belmont Park.

  • Officials: 'Tour' Will Rely on Incentives for Owners

    The Thoroughbred Championship Tour, a proposed series of stakes that would bridge the Triple Crown and Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championships, will rely heavily on incentives to get owners to commit their horses, officials said June 3.

  • Mock Trial: Horse Owners Win Damages From MRLS

    In a mock trial held May 2 as part of the National Equine Law Conference in Lexington, a large majority of "jurors" ruled in favor of plaintiffs who filed civil action lawsuits against a farm for damages related to mare reproductive loss syndrome.

  • Voodoo Dancer, Wonder Again in Beaugay

    Voodoo Dancer and Wonder Again, a pair of grade I winners that sit near the top of the female turf division, square off for the first time in Saturday's $100,000 Beaugay Handicap (gr. IIIT).

  • Ellie's Moment Takes Big A's Rare Treat

    John and Joan Phillips' Ellie's Moment opened her 2003 campaign Wednesday by running down favored front-runner Pocus Hocus to win the $77,075 Rare Treat Handicap for fillies and mares at Aqueduct Park.

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  • Duality to Korea

    Grade II winner Duality has been sold to the Korean Racing Association for stallion duty

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    Millionaire Hap to Darby Dan

    Millionaire Hap, a six-time graded stakes winner, has arrived at Darby Dan Farm near Lexington

  • Stakes Winner Aldebaran to Stand at Darby Dan

    Aldebaran, who has won or placed in all 15 starts and is being pointed for the Oct. 26 NetJets Breeders' Cup Mile (gr. IT), will stand at Darby Dan Farm near Lexington upon his retirement from racing.

  • TOBA Plans Televised Thoroughbred Championship Tour

    The Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association hopes to launch a for-profit, televised racing series with the assistance of Breeders' Cup and the National Thoroughbred Racing Association, but it could be 2004 before the series has legs.

  • Owner-Driven Racing Series a Long-Haul Challenge

    The Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association hopes to launch a for-profit, televised racing series with the assistance of Breeders' Cup and the National Thoroughbred Racing Association, but much work remains to be done, officials said.

  • Wonder Again continued to improve with a victory in the Garden City.

    Wonder Again Prevails in Garden City Handicap

    Favored Wonder Again held off fast-closing Riskaverse by a half-length to win the $233,000 Garden City Breeder's Cup Handicap (gr. IT) for 3-year-old fillies Sunday at Belmont Park.

  • Wonder Again Prevails in Garden City Handicap

    Favored Wonder Again held off fast-closing Riskaverse by a half-length to win the $250,000 Garden City Breeder's Cup Handicap (gr. IT) for 3-year-old fillies Sunday at Belmont Park.

  • Wonder Again Prevails in Garden City Handicap

    Favored Wonder Again held off fast-closing Riskaverse by a half-length to win the $250,000 Garden City Breeder's Cup Handicap (gr. IT) for 3-year-old fillies Sunday at Belmont Park.

  • Honor Grades, deceased sire of 18 stakes winners.

    Central Kentucky Stallion Honor Grades Dead

    Honor Grades, who might not have been as well known as his half-brothers A.P. Indy and Summer Squall, but who nonetheless achieved plenty of success as a stallion, died unexpectedly March 31 at Darby Dan Farm.