Keyword: Ken and Sarah Ramsey

  • Sir Dudley Digges (right) and Shining Copper finished 1-2 in the Barbados Gold Cup

    Ramseys Go 1-2 in Barbados Gold Cup

    The Ontario-bred son of Gio Ponti gave the owners a 1-2 finish in the Barbadian group 1 and became their third Gold Cup winner in the past five years—all trained by Mike Maker—when he ran down stablemate Shining Copper to secure a half-length win.

  • Kitten's Roar is in control late in the Goldikova at Del Mar

    Kitten's Roar Makes Noise in Goldikova

    Opening up the undercard of Breeders' Cup Saturday Nov. 4 at Del Mar, Kitten's Roar stepped away from her field through the stretch to take the Goldikova Stakes (G2T) by daylight over Thundering Sky and On Leave.

  • Leading rider Ricardo Santana Jr. (left) receives a fist bump from Robby Albarado after guiding Shut the Box to victory in the seventh race Oct. 28 at Keeneland

    Ramseys, Maker, Santana Earn Keeneland Meet Titles

    Ken and Sarah Ramsey continued their record-breaking pace, accumulating seven wins to earn their 19th leading owner title at Keeneland, while Mike Maker added another training title and Ricardo Santana Jr. secured his first Keeneland riding title.

  • Sir Dudley Digges Set for Churchill Debut

    After a break that followed starts in all three Canadian Triple Crown races, Queen's Plate Stakes winner Sir Dudley Digges is scheduled to make his racing return Nov. 12 in the Commonwealth Turf Stakes (gr. IIIT) at Churchill Downs.

  • Keeneland set an attendance record at its fall meet that concluded Oct. 29.

    Keeneland Sets Fall Meet Attendance Record

    Keeneland closed its 2016 fall meet, which celebrated the 80th anniversary of racing at the world-famous track, on Oct. 29 with record total on-track attendance of 276,543 and substantial gains in on-track and all-sources wagering. 

  • Churchill Downs.

    Churchill Downs Handle Up Slightly

    All-sources and average daily handle increased 1.2% during the 11-day September meet at Churchill Downs that ended Oct. 2, according to the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission.

  • Keeneland Sale Continues on Par With 2015

    Buyers with unfilled orders continued to shop the Keeneland September yearling sale during the Sept. 24 penultimate session as numbers for the marathon auction are nearly identical to 2015.

  • Watchyourownbobber enters Saturday's test off a stakes win at Mountaineer.

    Watchyourownbobber to Try the More Than Ready

    Watchyourownbobber will try for a third consecutive stakes win at a third different track when he faces an expected seven rivals in the $400,000 More Than Ready Mile Stakes Sept. 10 at Kentucky Downs.

  • Camelot Kitten, outside, wins 2016 National Museum of Racing Hall of Fame Stakes by a nose from Airoforce

    'Kitten' Wins Racing Hall of Fame Thriller

    Camelot Kitten defeated a game Airoforce in an exciting finish in the $200,000 National Museum of Racing Hall of Fame Stakes (gr. IIT) for 3-year-old turf runners Aug. 5 at Saratoga Race Course.

  • Camelot Kitten wins Pennine Ridge Stakes

    Camelot Kitten Seeks Belmont Derby Score

    Camelot Kitten will face some familiar rivals, as well as some international newcomers, when the Kitten's Joy colt tries to secure a third straight graded stakes score in the $1.25 million Belmont Derby Invitational Stakes (gr. I) July 9.

  • Camelot Kitten wins the American Turf Stakes

    Pennine Ridge Stakes Next for Camelot Kitten

    After an upset win in the American Turf Stakes (gr. IIT) May 7 at Churchill Downs, Camelot Kitten will try for a second straight graded stakes score when he starts in the $200,000 Pennine Ridge Stakes (gr. IIIT) June 4 at Belmont Park.

  • Camelot Kitten (right) holds off Beach Patrol in the American Turf (gr. IIT)

    Camelot Kitten Scores American Turf Upset

    Bravely rallying along the hedge, Camelot Kitten edged Beach Patrol by a head to score an upset victory in the $300,000 American Turf Stakes presented by Ram Trucks (gr. IIT) May 7 at Churchill Downs.

  • Oscar Nominated (outside) with Julien Leparoux aboard at Churchill Downs April 29

    Ramseys Go It Alone with Oscar Nominated

    After negotiating with a mystery partner to pay the supplemental entry fee to get Oscar Nominated into the Kentucky Derby (gr. I), Ken and Sarah Ramsey will run the son of Kitten's Joy themselves.

  • Olorda (inside) holds off Al's Gal in the Bewitch Stakes

    Olorda Front-Running Winner of Bewitch

    German-bred Olorda has found new life racing on the lead, as evidenced by a gate-to-wire win the $150,000 Bewitch Stakes (gr. IIIT) for fillies and mares April 29, closing day of the spring meet at Keeneland.

  • Oscar Nominated comes through with a win in the Spiral.

    Oscar Nominated Takes Spiral for Ramseys

    Oscar Nominated isn't nominated to the Triple Crown, but he's headed to the Kentucky Derby (gr. I) after his upset win in the $500,000 Horseshoe Cincinnati Casino Spiral Stakes (gr. III) April 2 at Turfway Park.

  • Dacita

    Dacita Heads Team Brown in Very One

    Multiple Chilean group I winner Dacita, who scored in her first U.S. stakes start last year, makes her 2016 debut against another Chilean import, Guapaza, both trained by Chad Brown.

  • International Star

    International Star Faces Mineshaft Four

    International Star, who last year swept the 3-year-old prep races on the Road to the Kentucky Derby, will reenter the graded ranks Feb. 20 in the $125,000 Mineshaft Handicap (gr. III) at Fair Grounds.

  • Charming Kitten gets the victory in the H. Allen Jerkens Stakes.

    Charming Kitten Goes the Distance

    Ken and Sarah Ramsey's Charming Kitten took advantage of his class and experience to outrun a stubborn Xaverian in the stretch and win the $100,000 H. Allen Jerkens Stakes Jan. 23 at Gulfstream Park.

  • Ahmed Zayat

    Zayat Stables Sweeps Owner, Breeder Awards

    When Zayat Stables finally broke through with a Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (gr. I) win with American Pharoah, it proved worth the wait, as he delivered U.S. racing its first Triple Crown winner in 37 years.