Keyword: kempton

  • Mafaaz was the winner of the 2009 Kentucky Derby Challenge Stakes.

    Kentucky Derby Challenge Stakes Off for 2010

    The Kentucky Derby Challenge Stakes at Kempton in Great Britain, inaugurated in 2009 to award a Europe-based horse a berth in the Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (gr. I), won't be held next year. But officials said it could return.

  • Mafaaz's win in at Kempton Park earns him a guaranteed spot in the Kentucky Derby.

    Mafaaz Earns Berth in Kentucky Derby

    Sheikh Hamdan's Mafaaz held off a trio of horses at the wire to win the Kentucky Derby Challenge Stakes at England's Kempton Park March 18 and earned an automatic berth in the $2 million Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (gr. I) on May 2.

  • Deposer is a familiar face to Americans, having finished fourth in last year's Breeders' Futurity (gr. I) on Keeneland's Polytrack.

    Kentucky Derby Challenge Analysis

    Other than creating an uproar when the 20th horse on the Kentucky Derby earnings list gets left out of the Derby field, Wednesday's Kentucky Derby Challenge Stakes at Kempton looks unlikely to offer much to the Run for the Roses, unless one of four or five horses can come away with an impressive win.

  • Thoro-Graph Offering Free Data for UK

    Beginning with the Kentucky Derby Challenge Stakes from Kempton racecourse in England on Wednesday, March 18, Thoro-Graph will be producing data for UK Racing.

  • The Kentucky Derby Challenge Stakes runs March 18 at Kempton Park in London, England.

    14 Seek Derby Spot in Kempton Race

    A maximum field of 14 has been entered for the inaugural running of the Kentucky Derby Challenge Stakes at England's Kempton Park racecourse on Wednesday March 18. The race offers an automatic berth in this year's May 2 Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (gr. I) for the winner of the Challenge Stakes.

  • IFHA Focuses on Synthetic Surfaces

    Contrasting views on the future of synthetic tracks were expressed at the meeting of the International Federation of Horseracing Authorities in Paris on Oct. 6, following the Prix de L'Arc de Triomphe (Fr-I) meeting at Longchamp.